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From the 12th to the 14th century a safe haven for the pirates of Omiš, from the 14th century a salt trading station, and today a cultural monument from the 16th century and a restaurant. All this is Kaštil Slanica. Located in the heart of the Cetina canyon, the beautiful river, the white stone and the Island of Love, Kaštil Slanica bases its cuisine on dishes from the canyon, from the sea and the rocks of Omiš. Soparnik is a dish traditionally linked to the Poljička Republic. Eventually, it was transmitted to the hinterland of Omiš. Today, it is listed as a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage, and its preparation is a real culinary feast. Most often, it is prepared before church holidays. Although simple in ingredients, now in some places they add nuts, suvica, and other ingredients. The soparnik that we prepare in our restaurant is close to the original, has a salty taste, and the very best red wine from the Omiš vineyards should accompany it.

Tourist packages for 1 to 3 days. The programme of activities for the 3-day package includes Day 1 Omiš; Day 2: culinary workshop, preparation and baking of soparnik; tasting soparnik; Lunch in Kaštil Slanica; Day 3: Departure from Omiš. Packages are available throughout the year for groups of 2 to 50 people. Accommodation is available in the 3 star pansion Radmanove mlinice, and other 3 or 4 star hotels and in 3 star private accommodation. Transport provided for arrival and departure from the destination, and transport in the destination is either included or it can be organized by the agency. Professional guides are available in English, German, Italian and Russian, and on request in other languages. All information is of a general character and is not binding; therefore, a request for a final offer is required.

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