Napoleon Bonaparte’s routes


With the wind in your hair discover the medieval town of Ston, remote vineyards, gorgeous coves and colourful hamlets of Pelješac Peninsula!

Pelješac Peninsula is Croatia’s second largest peninsula bordered by the Neretva and Mljet Channels and Mali Ston Bay. The motorcycle caravan starts in Dubrovnik and heads to Pelješac Peninsula where it takes the road built during Napoleon Bonaparte’s reign. It leads to Žuljana, a charming little village on the very coast, where you take a short break and a dip in the sea if you feel like it. Further down the road, you pay a visit to Potomje and Kuna, and continue to Brijesta and the medieval town of Ston with the longest city walls in Europe (5.5 km). This town of salt still faithful to its traditional and natural way of its harvesting, and well known for its fresh shell fish, uncovers its quiet narrow streets, old noble palaces and numerous traces of ancient cultures. After sightseeing, the riders return back to Dubrovnik.

PRICE 148€ (1.099,00 HRK)
EXCURSION DURATION Full day, 8 hours
Days of the Week On request


  • Drive through the Croatia’s second largest peninsula
  • Road built durin Napoleon Bonparte’s reign
  • A visit to Ston, a town with the longest city walls in Europe
  • Famous salt factory in Ston


Conditions for drivers:

  • Minimum age – 28 years
  • Driving license A category (minimum 5 years experience)

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