Koločep, or as the locals call it Kalamota is a southernmost inhabited island in Croatia, only 2,4 square kilometers big, no cars, 2 villages, and it perfect getaway from the city crowd.
Only 20 minutes by boat from Dubrovnik you can enjoy a peaceful walk and hike through old forests mostly made of pine and enjoy beautiful sea views from the Southside of the island.
Learn about the history of Ston, located on second biggest Croatian peninsula – Pelješac, 1 hour away from Dubrovnik. Ston is 100% built Croatian town with the longest fortified system in Europe with 5,5km of walls still preserved.
Taste mussel sand oysters from Ston bay where the tradition of growing oysters dates since thRoman times, and explore the oldest active salt plant on the whole Mediterranean built by the Dubrovnik Republic in the 14th Century.
Hike the longest fortified system in Europe that connects small towns, Big Ston and Little Ston with 5,5km of walls still preserved. Learn about thehistory of Ston, and why the walls were built.
Ston is well known for mussels and oysters from Ston bay where the tradition of growing oysters dates in Roman times as well as for the oldest active salt plant on the
whole Mediterranean. Another hidden gem of the area is “Old Napoleon road” built in 19 century by the French army, which is unknown to a wider audience.
Dubrovnik. Many know the name, and have heard about itsbeauty, however, do you know what is the history of Dubrovnik? If you would like to learn answers to questions who(?), when(?), why(?), how(?).