The town is most famous for the salt industry which is celebrated for using old and authentic ways of producing salt known from the ancient times. In addition to the salt industry, people also come to see The walls of Ston which were built in 1333 when Ston became a part of the Republic of Dubrovnik. It is 5 km long and its main purpose was to defend the Republic and the peninsula. Today the wall is the architectural wonder which makes local residents proud.
Except salt industry, there are large oyster and mussel growing farms located here. They are known worldwide for their extraordinary products.
Ston is a settlement and a municipality in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County of Croatia, located at the south of isthmus of the Pelješac peninsula.
The Pelješac peninsula has since ancient times been adorned with grape vine plantations and wine production has a long tradition and commercial impact in this area. Ston is a destination full of surprises, delicious cuisine and small town charm. It is for sure going to be adored by all who visit it.