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Mediterranean cuisine consists of a set of skills, knowledge and practices that link the landscape with the table, including methods of growing crops, harvesting, fishing, canning food, processing and preparation, and sometimes the ways of consumption. Therefore, it is not simply a matter of food, but an essential part of a wholly Dalmatian cultural heritage. This tour is a sumptuous journey through time, providing an insight into the region through gastronomic experiences at different localities. We will journey through prehistoric dishes in the Dalmatian hinterland, an ancient kitchen among the ruins of Salona, organic breads and trout cooked miller style, wine tasting on the mountain slopes of Kozjak, to cooking courses and haggling with the locals at the town market, and the open-air museum in Trogir. You will surely have a great time.

Tourist packages for groups of 2 to 16 people during the period from 1 March to 30 November for 3 to 7 days. Activities for the 5-day programme include: Day 1 Hinterland – Household of Dalmatian village / life in Poljica Knežija; Day 2 Solin – ancient kitchen and olive oil tasting course in Salona / Roman Empire in Dalmatia; Day 3: Kaštela – wineries and gastronomy in the vineyards / tour of the castles; Day 4: Žrnovnica – mills along the river and fresh trout / bread workshop; Day 5 Trogir – Adriatic blue fish in several ways, culinary workshops. Accommodation is available in a four-star hotel or privately, and transport is provided. English language guides are with you throughout the trip. All information is of a general character and is not binding; therefore, a request for a final offer is required.

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