Start your trip from Makarska and experience Croatia with all your senses. Travel through the beautiful and rich Croatian coast, and let your eyes extend to impressive islands and little towns full of charm. On your way, first what you can see is island of Hvar known for endless fragrant lavender fields from which the products are first-rate lavender oil which considered the best in the world are the trademarks of this island. You will also see Baćina lakes. They are named after the inland town of Baćina close to the port city of Ploče. The lakes are part of a picturesque landscape and surrounded by mountains. It is a crypto-depression lake, with its bottom below the surface of the sea. Consist of six and joined and one separate lake.
One of the most important rivers in Croatia is on your way to the peninsula Peljesac, and that is the Neretva. Neretva delta is very fertile and is known for its farms tangerines, and other citrus fruits and melons, tomatoes, grapes and many other agricultural products. The Neretva River together with four other areas in the Mediterranean, has the largest number of threatened freshwater fish species. Continuing your journey to Peljesac peninsula you will pass through the borders of Bosnia and Herzegovina which divides Croatia into seemingly two parts. Shortly after border we come to the entrance of the peninsula Peljesac, which is the longest Dalmatian peninsula, very indented, mostly forested, with a coast full of beaches, reefs, bays and fjords. Stone is a town on the peninsula and the famous salt factory which is the oldest in Europe and possibly in the world. From there you will see the famous Ston Walls.
Then, it's lunch time and you can taste all the charm of Dalmatian cuisine. Peninsula Peljesac is famous for vineyards and the excellent sorts of wine, "Dingac", "Postup" and “Plavac Mali” today known throughout the world. Let your taste buds to be spoiled with most delicious wines from 3 wineries.