Traditional dishes of Dalmatia

We believe that the saying “The way to a person’s heart is through his stomach” is the best way of getting to know Dalmatia. 


Omiš, Brač, Split, Solin

We will begin our gastronomic story in the vicinity of Omiš where we will try out real Dalmatian soparnik and delicacies characteristic for the Cetina River (frogs, eels). 

The next stop is Split with its plenty of fish delicacies such as gregada (fish stew) seafood and shellfish a la buzara. We will take you round the peškarija (fish market) where fresh fish has been sold every day for centuries now. We will visit picturesque Island of Brač where your taste-buds will experience vitalac and the excellent local wines. The sweet teeth among you will surely love the cake hrapaćuša. To make your stay even more enjoyable, we will teach you how to make a few traditional dishes in special culinary workshops. And finally we will visit the olive oil factory where you will meet the true queen of Dalmatia – the olive tree and its intense green olive oil.

Tasting top wines and getting to know the local gastronomic offer; cooking class of traditional Dalmatian dishes; getting to know cultural and historical sites such as Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Omiš and the island of Brač

4-day tour packages. The programme of activities includes: Day 1: Omiš; Day 2: Split; Day 3: the island of Brač; Day 4: Solin.The trip is available all the year round for the groups (min. 2 people). Beside the attraction mentioned above each program included: accommodation in 2, 3 or 4 stars hotels (upon the request), breakfast, lunch, dinner, transport, local guides during the trip. Tour guides can speak English, German, Italian, French, Croatian and Polish. All information is of a general character and is not binding therefore a request for a final offer is required.




Kralja Zvonimira 14/IV 21000 Split
21000 Split



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