Montenegro with Oyster & Champagne in Ston

After learning and discovering city of Split and the most beautiful islands in the world, maybe it is time to for a one-day trip outside Croatia. Luckily, Montenegro borders with Croatia and you can join us for a visit to Kotor. On our way back, we will visit Pelješac peninsula and town of Mali Ston. Lunch with oysters and a glass of champagne will complete our day tour. Can it get any better?

Montenegro with Oyster & Champagne in Ston

PRICE 200 € / person

TvavellersAdults and Children. Pet friendly
GearEverything on the boat

Tour Description

Kotor and Ston – pearls of the south

We will start early in the morning and leave Split at 7am. Our luxury car luxury Mercedes V class for 7 person or Mercedes GLS for 6 persons will take us directly to coastal town in Montenegro, Kotor. Since 2000s, town of Kotor has increased number of tourists each year. This old Mediterranean port is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period and it is situated on the Bay of Kotor, one of the most indented parts of the Adriatic Sea.

A professional guide will wait for us in town of Kotor and show us the main sights. After the tour, you will have time to enjoy Kotor on your own, too. Take a look into everyday life of warm-hearted people and explore all the little side-streets and squares. You will discover that old town has character and is really an excellent place to walk around!

Pelješac Peninsula

We will get back on our luxury vehicle that will take us back to Croatia, to have lunch in Ston with Oyster & Champagne tasting in famous restaurant Captain’s House. Undisputedly, this is the best restaurant on the Adriatic with amazing offer of fresh oysters.

Pelješac peninsula is an amazing mix of historical tradition, pristine nature and superb cuisine. Ston and Mali Ston are situated at the beginning of the Peljesac peninsula and is probably one of the best travel destinations in Croatia. Mali Ston is actually a village very well known for its amazing seafood, primarily sea shell cuisine. It is linked to Ston by the Walls of Ston which makes it an impressive view.

In 14th century, during the time of the Republic of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik acquired peninsula of Pelješac. They had pretty good idea what to do here. Republic of Dubrovnik invested large sums of money and employed many famous builders of the time to build a monumental defensive system. The result were defensive walls built from one side of the peninsula to the other, until today the longest in Europe. According to the plan, two small towns were built, too. Ston on the north and Mali Ston on the south which had the purpose of housing people who guarded the borders. 

Definitely a gastronomic institution, Captain’s House has a 45-year long tradition and it is located in a stone house on the waterfront, where the captain of the Maloston guard used to live during the Republic of Dubrovnik. Why are oysters so good? Well, in Maloston Bay oysters have been cultivated the since the 17th century. And if practice makes perfect, they sure are. Oysters here can be ordered by the piece, so you can combine several preparation methods on the plate.


7.00 Start from Split

11:00 After arriving in Kotor your guided tour of the city will start. Then you will have some free time for exploring town on your own or just take a swim. 

15:00 We will continue back to Mali Ston, on Pelješac Peninsula where you will have lunch included in price – oysters and champagne for the beginning.