After hotel pickup in central Split or Trogir, it's about a 2-hour drive to Ston, a small city located in the south of the Peljesac peninsula. On a privately guided tour, customized according to the interests of your group, you can visit Europe's oldest salt factory, get a taste of Ston's oysters, or get a look at the fortress walls that surround the city. (Food, drinks, and entrance fees are your own expense).
Then speed away to Dubrovnik along a scenic coastal route that hugs the Adriatic Sea. The scene as you come upon the Dubrovnik city wall, with its towers and fortresses, is postcard-perfect. Discover the Old Town's distinctive 16th-century history on a guided tour that last about 1.5 hours, after which you will have free time to roam the charming streets of the city on your own.
Immerse yourself in the local culture while exploring Dubrovnik's hidden treasures. Perhaps climb the stone city walls or take a cable car to Srđ for for panoramic views that include the Elafiti Islands.
Your tour concludes with return transport and drop-off at your accommodation.