Although we walked the walls in October by the time we set off at around 10.00am the temperature was quite warm, in the mid to high 20s. It would be hard work in high summer and there is little or no shade. We walked past the 2 supermarkets and the fountain to where the walls start and bought our tickets, 30kn each, from the office. Firstly the walk was up hill, then more up, down and then steeply up and then down most of the way to Mali Ston. My other half had decided that the steep up bit was better coming as a short, sharp shock up rather than coming down and jarring ageing and arthritic knees! It would be difficult for anyone with mobility problems. As soon as you start climbing the views are delightful. Firstly looking back over Ston and its salt pans, then there is a point when you can see down to both Ston and over to Mali Ston and all the oyster/ mussel beds. And then views of Mali Ston and the channel between the peninsula and the main coastline.
There is obviously more work, repairs and improvements being done on the walls and also the fort in Mali Ston.
We then took the footpath, which runs alongside the main road, back to Ston.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.