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The twin towns of Ston and Mali Ston are famous for having the longest complete city walls of any city in Europe. The giant fortifications extend over the wild mountainside linking these two small towns on the Dalmatian coast.
While driving from Dubrovnik to Split , we suddenly came up on this medieval structure. The long stone wall of Ston made us wonder since no one had told us about this attraction.
The driver told us about this place and the history connected with...More
It would have been nice to have a guide bringing the history to life.
The walls are being restored (various areas were not accessible yet), but still the wall walk to Mali Ston is interesting and enjoyable. Our kids of 9 and 11 were complaining...More
Unless you have the time, energy & want to deal with the logistics of sorting out transportation issues of starting at one town & finishing at the other ... the "Short Walk" which I did seemed a good enough option. My wife & daughter were...More
Unlike the walls of Dubrovenik, which I personally found impressive but was long for the kids, this wall was more accessible for the kids. My 4 year old could see clearly without any help and walked the short leg with only a little help. Total...More
Very steep walk which scared some in our group with a fear of heights. Also some were put off because it was very hot and this is not a simple stroll along a wall. The effort was worth it for the views over Ston and...More
Unique attraction, in more ways than one. Don't expect a gentle plod around some nice flat walls around a town. Expect a step class up and down the walls which were used to keep out the revolting peasants in years gone by. Allegedly the longest...More