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20230, Ston, Ston 20230, Croatia
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We took an organized day trip to the Ston salt flats. The town was pretty ordinary upon first glance. We were given time to walk around & check things out. We walked on the wall that surrounded the town as a defense (used in the...More

Thank ToniaSkipper
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interesting but the presentation on how the salt is made could be much better. Learned very little from the video, learned much more by asking our guide.

Thank Rdnkh
Reviewed May 29, 2018 via mobile

We stopped at Ston enroute to have a look at the salt factory. Unfortunately it was closed today..a Tuesday..but they let us look at the salt flats ,the carriages that held the salts and taste the different grades of salts. the kids had an informative...More

Thank MN8888
Reviewed January 6, 2018

Whilst on tour around Ston,i decided to visit Ston Salt Works. I had a short introduction to the Ston Salt Works.There is a video introduction and you were able to see the train carriages that transport the salt. You can take a walk around the...More

2  Thank Philfromcheshire
Reviewed September 20, 2017 via mobile

Was interested in the history and the process. Unfortunately, there was not much of either. They should really improve the TV presentation and do something with the grounds.

1  Thank bulld0g64
Reviewed September 16, 2017

They still harvest the salt the same way as they did back in 167 BC. Sea, sun and evaporation. Each pond, save one, is named after a Saint

1  Thank danniddery
Reviewed September 4, 2017

Our tour of the Ston Salt Factory was quite nice and offers an amazing view into the culture/history of Ston. While our family had fun, could have been much more. What to Expect: 7 min video introduction to the area, and views of the salt...More

2  Thank Bryan B
Reviewed August 10, 2017 via mobile

Brings you back to very old memories and how much the people of Ston still treasures their white gold. Very informative and interesting and something not to be missed!

1  Thank Marlicraig
Reviewed August 8, 2017

It is unbelievable that this salt works is four thousand years old. The salt production process is completely natural. The sun and the sea that after evaporation gives pure natural salt. It is certainly worth a visit.

1  Thank petervdh2017
Reviewed July 22, 2017

The town of stone is about an hour and 15 min north of Dubrovnik also along the coast. The salt works is basically evaporation ponds along the Adriatic where the water from the sea is allowed to enter and then is evaporated repeatedly to build...More

3  Thank fireman452
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Response from Bryan B | Reviewed this property |
Our family enjoyed visitng for about 90 mins. It was warm without shade, but interesting.
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