Stonske zidine - Ulaz, Ston
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  • You can follow the great wall during 5 kms - beautiful ballad with great views - no need to fear upgrades a little hard destined to the brave but we do not regret the effort
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  • Unique in Europe. The beautiful views. Be sure to tour with the camera. Demanding attraction during the heat. The original place for training.
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  • We were passing through Ston on our way to Korcula and we stopped for coffee and a quick walk on the city walls. The little town has a lot of charm and the walls are really pretty interesting. It some...  more »
  • If you are going to Dubrovnik, just passing by or going somewhere near this is a must place to stop. It's beautiful old walls still standing after all these centuries are a place you cannot justify avoiding and/or not seeing. Impressive and beautiful!
  • Bautiful view. Very nice walk on the walls, keep in mind there is a lot of stairs. Bring water, hat and sunglasses in a hot day
  • Start wallk from Stone to Mali Ston and than have a meal in nice restaurants Bora or Kapetanova Kuca. Oysters and vino "Plavac mali". enjoy
  • Amazing walk on the city walls from Mali Ston to Ston. There are a huge amount of stairs and very nice views from the top. Better parking and other facilities seem to be on Ston side but it is also possible to enter the walls from Mali Ston.
  • Great views! Longest wall in Europe. Go from one city to the other thought the wall