It is our great honour to host you here in the unique environment which Ston can offer, this Medieval little town whos history reaches back as far as the 14th century. It’s a small town with the longest stone wall in Europe (5,5 km), with narrow quiet streets, noble ancient houses and with traces of ancient cultures.

Ston Wall

Its former value as a „salt city“ gets confirmed even today in the plants of the oldest active salt-works in the world. These saltworks have remained faithfull to the tradition and to the natural way of salt production which has not changed since remote ages.

The gulf of Mali Ston with places Mali Ston,Hodilje,Luka,Duba has a clean and natural environment.It has been well-known for its mussel and oysters-growing farm since Roman times,and the oysters from Ston(ostrea edulis),as an acknowledged natural aphrodisiac has made this region world-famous.

Bay Prapratno with its centuries old olives tress,Mediterrean macchia thickets and clean sandy beaches and the site of one of the lovelist camps in this region. In Ston channel protected from the wind settled, two small towns Kobaš and Broce known for nautical tourism. The Pelješac peninsula has, since ancient times, been adorned with grape vine plantations, and wine production has a long tradition and is one of the most important commercial activities.


Restaurant “Kapetanova kuća” Ston

Situated on the most attractive location on the Mali Ston waterfront. The name was derived and chosen as such due to the fact that it was a dwelling place of the Mali Ston Guard Captain. The “Kapetanova kuca” was opened on 1 September 1986 and back then it was a family tavern. It is owned by Kralj family, one of the oldest families in Mali Ston. The restaurant offers specialties of the Mali Ston Bay exclusively, and includes a large winery of Peljesac wines.

Famous for oysters and sea food, Restaurant “Kapetanova kuća” is one of the best known “temples” of south Dalmatian cuisine!