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Soparnik, a specialty from the Dalmatian Poljica, is a delicacy protected by geographical origin, and dates from the time of the Ottoman Empire. A simple dish made from a little spinach, green onions and parsley, sandwiched between two layers of the simplest dough. For its preparation you need two round wooden boards or sinije, a roller for rolling and a fire in the fireplace. On this tour you will see the preparation of soparnik from the very beginning, from the flour. You will learn about the old way of producing flour, with the help of the mill and water. After visiting the mill, you will go to Klis, to learn about the importance of sopranik and how it was originally prepared, with our chef in the indigenous setting of typical Dalmatian village. You will feel this dish with all your senses, a dish which, despite its simplicity, says so much about the life and culture of the ancient inhabitants of the Poljička Republic.

Tourist packages for 3 days. The programme of activities for the 3-day package includes: Day 1: arrival, sightseeing of Split, with an emphasis on the local cuisine, a visit to the main market; Day 2: tour of the mills, flour production process and tasting of fritters and brandy – Klis, preparation and tasting of soparnik and indigenous varieties of wine. Day 3: return. Packages are available for the period from April 1 to October 31 for groups of at least two persons up to a maximum of 15 people. Accommodation is available in a three, four or five star hotels and transport is possible in our vans or buses. Professional guides are available in Croatian and English, and other languages on request. .All information is of a general character and is not binding; therefore, a request for a final offer is required.

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