This is even more evident once I flew over it on Monday on the way to Rome.
We'd to go to a more sheltered harbour for the night on the island of Sipan. This was not on the initial itinerary but was a small touristy town where I attempted some artistic photography.
Ston is famous for its salt pans making lots of salt in the first systems and we were given a talk then we scaled part of the "Great wall of Europe".
On Sunday we sailed across the biggest seas of our journey back to Split, where we'd to give the yacht we chartered back. Again we had a town tour, therefore I learnt a little more although I had drifted in the town by myself a week before. Probably the worst of the long history in the town was in the siege from October 1991 to May 1992. Happily most has been restored.
Apparently this is the longest such wall in Europe much smaller than its counterpart in China. We desired a drink in town after. The coach took us to a wine and liqueur tasting. Most were not impressed with the wines and I did not try the wide range of quite sweet liqueurs, not to my taste. That the place is also famous, afterward it was on to an oyster tasting. They were rather great although I 'm told they were not up to Bluff oyster standards but.
It was time for a closing dinner and sleep on board before travelling to the airport on Monday for the afternoon flight to Rome. 15 went to the airport and 7 were on the Rome flight.: The most famous www with adventures about Croatian yacht.