This tour is a splendid presentation of traditional wine and olive oil production,
together with a rather strong story of a little Roman city of Narona.
The tour begins with the visit to Rizman Estate Winery some 150 km from Split. The winery is famous for the ecological production of different varieties of wine and breathtaking view of the nearby islands. By the walk to the viewpoint and the chapel of St. Michael through olive groves and vineyards at an altitude of 250 meters you will experience an unforgettable moment enjoying the image of the remains of an old Dalmatian village Stolovi, reminiscent of Provence and the Mediterranean with the view of Pelješac peninsula and the islands of Hvar and Brač. You will get the chance to taste 5 different sorts of wine and eat delicious and award-winning prosciutto and cheese.
After the Rizman Estate we are heading to a nearby surprisingly important point, a little Roman city of Narona, famous for hiding the second largest Roman city in the East of the Adriatic, dating from the 1st century BC! There you will hear the complete amazing story.