South Dalmatia

Royal Blue_Rooftop pool, photo credit by Royal hotels and Resort, Dubrovnik, Croatia

The royal comfort and hospitality of Royal hotels & Resort

Internationally famous Dubrovnik is a champion of Croatian tourism, a city of excellent restaurants and historic heritage. With its sublime location, overlooking the calm blue waters of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most magnificent walled cities.  Dubrovnik,…
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Renault 4 tour in Konavle Valley, photo by Konavle travel

A day tour of Konavle valley in the Renault 4

The Renault 4, a car that can no longer be seen in traffic, has become an icon with its specific square and not at all aerodynamic appearance. The Renault 4 is the vehicle that marked generations of family travels and…
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A True story of secret table for two in Croatia

I believe there are no women and many men who haven’t exhaled WOOW watching romantic scenes when dinner was served for just two in a restaurant that night was just theirs! TABLE FOR TWO, photo by croatia2go A table for…
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Fort George, Vis, Croatia, photo credit, by Fort George

A View from Fort George to the Bay of Vis

Croatians love Vis as well as all the guests that visit it every season.  Srebrna Bay, Vis Island, Croatia, photo by Aleksandar Gospic, photo credit by Tourist Board of Croatia Vis –  Adriatic Nautical tourism jewel When the Yugoslav army…
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RMH LAFODIA SEA RESOERT; LOPUD ISLAN; CROATIA, photo credit by Lafodia Sea Resort


Every country has its jewels. Some of them would be in shiny touristic magazine covers, about some others you’ll hear from your friends. Still, some remind hidden treasure, off the bitten path for a long time, known for some lucky…
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Captain's House restaurant, Mali Ston, Croatia, photo credit by Captain's House

The Captain’s House at Mali Ston

Traditional cuisine that was once enjoyed by Ston princes, castellans, nobles is now proudly served to statesmen, jet setters. The fresh oysters and other shellfish, fish pate, fish, lobsters, fish salads, risottos, homemade bread, and the inevitable olive oil with…
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The Rizman winemaking story

It has begun as a challenge, turned into love, and developed into complete devotion to the art of winemaking. The Rizman vinery, Croatia Rizman winery makes original and authentic winemaking story always striving to meet the highest wine production standards.…
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Maslina Resort, Stari Grad, Hvar Island, Croatia, INTERIOR, photo by Nikola Radovanić

Balance yourself at Maslina Resort on Hvar island

It’s always something fascinating when presenting a new hotel. But when I get the tingling sensation all over my body, that’s the excitement of the true story. I read all bio interviews of the people who created the resort and today…
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Lauda Europe is opening a new base in Zadar

We are pleased to publish a Times of  Malta article According to reports, Malta-registered airline Lauda Europe, a subsidiary of the Ryanair Group, is opening a new base in Zadar, Croatia, in May. Two Airbus A320s will be operated from…
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Forum, Zadar, Croatia, photo by Filip Brala, photo credit by TB of Zadar city

Zadar – a city that always fascinates

There is something miraculous in the city of Zadar that has flourished in the last 30 years, with a new target port in Gaženica, fantastic resorts near the city, excellent restaurants, a respectable university, and some of the most beautiful…
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Putniković, First Croatian Museum of Viticulture and Enology, Pelješac, Croatia, photo credit by TB of Ston

Peljesac wine museum

The new values ​​brought by tourism and traditional grapes and wine production created the idea of a Museum in the Cooperative House building in Putniković. Putniković, First Croatian Museum of Viticulture and Enology, Pelješac, Croatia, photo credit by TB of…
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Hvar Heritage Hotel Palace Elisabeth

The exterior of Palace Elisabeth heritage hotel in Hvar, Croatia, photo credit by Hvar’s city is all about preserved history at its every corner, and it speaks for itself. Still, this story is about the first five-star hotel in…
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Hvar island, Croatia, photo by K2 & Croatian Attractions

The Pearls of Southern Dalmatia

Šipan, Elaphiti islands, Croatia, photo credit Croatian Attractions& K2   Dalmatia is magical. Besides the natural one signed by GM above us, its beauty is also the one that its exciting history has been creating for thousands of years…. From…
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Dubrovnik, The Cathedral, photo by Ivo Biocina, photo credit Croatian Tourist board

Dubrovnik – the city of goldsmiths

Dubrovnik, The Cathedral, photo by croatia2go The golden age is often mentioned in history, which usually represents the greatest prosperity of the state, wealth, art, culture, and the like. In Dubrovnik – a city that is definitely worth seeing –…
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Whose head did Dubrovnik save? Richard the Lionheart!

The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Dubrovnik, Croatia Even today, Dubrovnik proudly recounts how that city saved the life of Richard the Lionheart. Yes! Richard the Lionheart! To the famous King of England. On his return from The…
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Hvar- the island of Sun and Wine

An island that carries the title of the jet-set location but still holds this old Mediterranean soul – it can only be Hvar island. Settled in Middle Dalmatia and turned to the Sun (which makes it the island with the…
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Leopards used to live in Dalmatia?

Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Ivan Vuković Vuka When you live in Croatia, and you create and sell private trips to Croatia – every day you think about what should be said for someone to decide to come to Croatia, then…
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SIDI BAR, West coast Split, Croatia, photo credit by Sidi Bar

Sidi Bar in Split tells the story of sport in Split

SIDI BAR, West coast Split, Croatia, photo credit by Sidi Bar Sidi bar is located on the West Coast of the sportiest city ​​in the world, Split. The beautiful view of the sea and the 1700-year-old Diocletian’s Palace leaves no…
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Trogir, Dalmatia, photo by Matko M. Švarc

Trogir- if the walls of a city could speak…

Not many cities hold the status of a museum-city, and Trogir is one of those few in the world. Settled very near Split, Trogir is a perfect getaway for those who want to experience something unique and magical. Constituted by…
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Pravdan Katić, photo by Djurdja Eterovic

Stories from Bol

Bol beach, Golden horn, Brač island, Croatia, Photo by Oliver (kvadratna) Sjöström on Unsplash   Would you like to find out more about organically grown products that you can eat in Bol on the island Brač or where to buy…
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Dalmatian is the Mediterranean lifestyle

  There has been a massive hype over the term „Mediterranean lifestyle“ and what does that mean. Although there is a notable number of countries that can geographically pass as the Mediterranean, the lifestyle itself implies a bit different picture.…
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In famous Roman palace in Split people still live!

  Diocletian Palace, Split, photo by Croatian-attractions Diocletian Palace is one of the monumental historical sightings not only of Split but of Croatian historical and architectural treasure in general. The built-in transition from 3rdto 4thcentury AD, it served as a…
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Hvar, Vineyards

Croatian Vineyards

Croatian attractions – Plešivica Vineyards of Croatia Croatia is considered one of the few elite countries in the world with the envious list of excellent wines. Here you can find around 100 native types of grapes. ILOK- WINESHOP Bornstein vinery…
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Cycling on Hvar island, Hvar, Croatia photo credit by Hvar TB

Cycle tourism in Hvar

Cycle tourism is a form of tourism that takes place in a high-value, ecologically preserved and attractive natural landscape. Our sunniest island has everything that makes it an ideal destination for cycling enthusiasts. In addition to the pleasant, mild climate…
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Ultra Beach Hvar, Croatia

The most wanted island in Croatia – Hvar

Hvar, photo credit by TB of Hvar town   Hvar is a place with a Mediterranean climate characterized by mild and short winters and long and hot summers. The wind cools hot days and makes your summer evenings more enjoyable.…
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Stari Grad on Hvar island

Did you know that the second oldest town in Croatia ( the oldest town is Vis – Issa) celebrates its 2404th birthday this year? Stari Grad on Hvar Island With its symbolic name, Stari Grad (literally meaning “Old Town”) is…
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Hvar – the sunniest island in Croatia

We don’t want to bother you with the historical facts because Hvar has a rich and long history and if you are a history lover and you have decided to spend your vacation on this beautiful island there is a…
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Tiramol is not just a rope. Tiramol means Dalmatia

These two parallel ropes connected by small pulleys between two houses where the clothes are dried can also be seen in Italy, Portugal, Spain…it is interesting to tourists and their cameras. Even today, the old town of Split uses Tiramol,…
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SMILE, you are at Residence Stine

S             – Sun and Sea Residence Stine is located in the very heart of Split in the city district called Varoš. This historical part of the city from the late 17th century, just next to the Diocletian’s Palace, offers a…
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Nautical connectivity in Croatia

It’s good to know as many information as possible when going abroad, especially in the case of transport. You all know the importance of the metro, tram, train and plane connectivity inside any country – it is just necessary knowledge!…
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Laura Protat, helicopter captain photo by Laura Protat

Helicopter captain or Laura c’e Croatia Amore

Flying over King’s Landing/Dubrovnik or Korčula island, or Hvar is definitely a highlight of your holidays in Croatia. But if you fly with the most beautiful pilot you ever have seen..oh, that’s much more then you ever expected. So, treat…
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Ston, by Archives of Tourist Board of Ston

Go back in time in Ston

Ston, by Archives of Tourist Board of Ston The time machine of Stone Ston and Pelješac Island are famous for wine, sea salt, oysters and Ston cake, but there is so much more to discover about this town. Two very…
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Cheap holiday or fine holiday in Croatia

Stiniva Bay   A Cheap holiday or a fine holiday in Croatia? As someone who is daily participating in creating and selling tourist programme in Croatia, I sometimes feel very frustrated. That’s my right. As everyone who claims that Croatia is expensive.…
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Balkan Yacht Adventure

Photo by Alex Block on Unsplash     I spoke with Filip Jakovac, a young entrepreneur who gave up his law profession and started a series of unique and adventurous touristic tours with Balkan theme. We had a great time…
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Sailing-Blue-lagoon, Dalmatia, Croatia photo by Croatian-attractions

What attracts tourists in Croatia?

You may not believe it, but according to the research of the most googled search terms by tourists traveling to Croatia… What attracts tourists in Croatia? Croatian traditional cuisine is in the top five most frequently searched terms! Actually, we…
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Lastovo – the quiet spirit of South Adriatic

The island of Lastovo has been permanently inhabited for several thousand years. The first famous inhabitants were Illyrians, and in ancient times, they were first colonized by the Greeks, who called him Ladesta, and then by the Romans. In the…
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Suite, Luxe Hotel Split, Croatia photo credit by Luxe Hotel

Glittering Hotel Luxe Split

Dalmatia and its cities made of stone seem to attract more and more people who are hungry for something authentic, something different, something more…..intimate. If walls of all the ancient buildings (some of them still inhabited!) could speak, that would…
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Šolta island, Croatia photo credit by Croatian-Attractions

Šolta – a mini heaven island!

There are several islands surrounding Split that most of you have heard before or maybe even visited! By those islands, we mostly mean by Hvar and Brač island. Either if we’re talking about the jet-set coming there for vacation or…
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Vrsar, Croatia photo credit by Maistra

Sailing in Croatia is MUST!

Are you a fan of sailing? Croatia is an ideal destination! Beautiful natural beaches, various bays, small fishing villages, National parks, and a wealth of islands and islets make our country truly special! The best time for the sailing season…
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Dubrovnik Croatia, photo credit by Croatian Attractions

Dubrovnik Summer Festival

During summer, various events take place in some of the most prominent cities of the Adriatic coast, and Dubrovnik hosts a cult event for over than 50 years- Dubrovnik Summer Festival or “Dubrovačke ljetne Igre” in traditional Dubrovnik dialect. It…
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Monte Mulini Hotel, Rovinj, Croatia photo credit by Croatian-Attractions

Croatia on Virtuoso Travel Week in Las Vegas

This year, the Croatian National Tourist Board presented itself at the Virtuoso Travel Week, the most significant tourist event on the American continent, which is held for the thirtieth time from 11th to 17th August in Las Vegas. They presented…
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Naomi Campbell spotted in Dubrovnik

  Celebrities exploring and enjoying Croatia is nothing new, from Hollywood stars to jet-setters from all around. And one of the world’s most famous supermodel, Naomi Campbell was recently spotted on a luxury yacht in Dubrovnik. Naomi seems to be…
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Brač Regatta and ULTRA Beach

One of the leading world destination festivals went on a journey through Croatian islands. ULTRA Beach in its 6th issue  has visited some of the hippest places on the Adriatic coast such as 585Club on Brač island, cascade pools in…
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Main city gate, Korčula, Croatia, photo by www.croatia2go

The importance of Korčula, also known as Korkyra

Main city gate, Korčula, Croatia, photo by www.croatia2go The Korčula island was under the Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and Slavic rule but Greeks had the most significant influence on the culture. Lumbarda psephism, a fragment of the Greek inscription (4/3 BC),…
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Korčula, Croatia, photo by K2 & Croatian Attractions

Korčula or Korkyra – the birth place of Marco Polo

Main city gate, Korčula, Croatia, photo by www.croatia2go     Badija island near Korčula, Croatia, photo by K2 & Croatian Attractions Finds from the ancient Stone Age in the Vela Spila, considered one of the most significant archaeological sites in…
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Pag town on island Pag

The most common thing that crosses your mind when we mention the fifth largest island in Croatia – Island of Pag – is attractive nightlife on the famous pebble Zrće beach which is often called the Croatian Ibiza. CA-Papaya_club_@_Zrche_beach_day-By-Metaxa754-CC-BY-SA-3.0-960×640.jpg The…
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The sound of the sea – The Sea Organ by Nikola Bašić

The distinguished Croatian architect of the world’s recognized reputation Nikola Bašić is the author of a unique architectural achievement – The Sea Organ.   The exceptional value of his projects is manifested by numerous awards and recognition, and the Sea Organ…
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Salutation to the Sun

Nikola Bašić famous Croatian Architect   Salutation to the sun or Monument to the Sun or The Greeting to the Sun is an installation in Zadar, a work of a famous architect Nikola Bašić. It is located in Zadar harbor, on…
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Krešimir Ćosić

It seems like basketball is one of these sports in Croatia where now and then an incredible persona appears and amazes everyone worldwide with their talent. Apart from Dražen Petrović as one of the leading names in Croatian basketball to…
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Faust Vrančić the father of the parachute

Among many men of knowledge, innovation, and curiosity throughout history, some of the most recognized in the scholar circles of the world came from Croatia, and we couldn’t be more proud! We’ve written about Ruđer Bošković, Nikola Tesla, and others,…
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DRAŽEN-PETROVIĆ famous Croatian Basketball player

The Mozart of Basketball – Dražen Petrović

  Every basketball fan won’t need more than a second to recall the name of Dražen Petrović. A life story so unreal, dreamy and tragic at the same time calls for a movie adaptation, at least. A boy from Šibenik…
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Mali Lošinj, Croatia, photo credi Croatian Attractions

Sailing in Croatia

As a well known maritime country with around 6000km of the coast (which includes the coast of islands and peninsulas), Croatia has a quite a reputation as a place where sailing has a history and is a beloved hobby (plus…
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10 topics about Dalmatia

The chances are that you’ve probably heard of Dalmatia the moment you have heard of Croatia. But besides the sandy beaches, endless sunshine, beautiful nature, and delicious cuisine, how much really are you familiar with the term Dalmatia? Here are…
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Kings town Nin

NIN, CROATIA Nin is the oldest royal town in Croatia which was also the first capital of the Croatian kings from the 9th century. It is known as the city with the smallest Cathedral in the world. The city offers…
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The beaches in Croatia

A perfect summer holiday is unimaginable without a perfect beach with a beautiful, aquamarine-colored sea and a sandy beach where you can lay all day and soak up the sun as much as you like. Luckily for you, you don’t…
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Dubrovnik facts selected by Croatian Attractions

Everybody wants to see Dubrovnik, and there are many reasons and all of them are good. Here we have some more …just to extend your curiosity…You can get much more with the guiding tour…Do it When all of the Croatian provinces fell…
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Weather in Croatia in summer

Weather in Croatia during summer Summer is traditionally being the busiest time of the year regarding the growing interest in Croatia’s seaside and all other wonderful attractions that come by. There is a good reason why Croatia is the perfect…
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Ruđer Bošković – son of Dubrovnik

Ruđer Josip Bošković, photo by Silverije : CC BY-SA ( There are few people in the history of science who were so academically versatile and fruitful at the same time such as Ruđer Bošković. It would be no surprise that…
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Zrće beach in Novalja, Island Pag

ZRĆE Zrće beach in Novalja is one of the most famous beaches in Croatia and is located on the Island of Pag. Zrće beach is special for its huge party scene because of many performances held by regarded DJ’s. Amazing…
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Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Ivan Vuković Vuka

Dubrovnik – one and only

Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Ivan Vuković Vuka When you make your wish come true, and go to Croatia, your must-see is Dubrovnik! The city of Dubrovnik, located in the south of Croatia, annually arouses more interest among the tourists. The…
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Diocletian Palace in Split, Croatia photo credit by Croatian-Attractions


Split, Croatia Diocletian’s palace is surely the most famous ancient attraction in Split because in this area you can find some of the best Roman architectural remains. It was named after a Roman emperor Diocletian who also built it between the…
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Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Ivan Vuković Vuka

Dubrovnik – one and only

Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Jonathan Smith.Unsplash The city of Dubrovnik is at UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites and is definitely a magical holiday destination in it’s the Mediterranean especially famous for it’s Old Town because its unique architecture which is…
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Traditional silk production in Konavle

Let us show you something really different and unique! This is totally STAYLICIOUS CROATIA! Few minutes south of Dubrovnik is the ancient Roman settlement of Cavtat and the Konavle valley-the very southernmost part of Croatia before it meets the coastline…
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Salutation to The Sun

Zadar, Croatia – photo by ATR Under the name “Monument to the sun” actually stands an installation designed by architect Nikola Bašić dedicated to the Sun. It is located in Zadar. To be precise, in Zadar’s seafront. From here, you…
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Sea Organ

Sea organ located at the end of Zadar’s Riva, unique, modern, and specific architectural wonder stretch to a length of 75 m. It was created in 2005 by architect Nikola Bašić. To be precise, “Sea organ” is an instrument consisted…
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St. Donatus in Zadar

The church is named after bishop St Donat who built it at the beginning of the ninth century. The church was originally named Holy Trinity bit it changed its name to St. Donatus in the 15th century. This church is…
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Codfish is a traditional dish usually prepared for the holidays. Try our simple recipe for codfish in white and enjoy the richness of the meal and taste a part of our gastronomic heritage! Ingredients: 1 dried codfish (450-500 g),½ kg…
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If you are a meat lover, you must have wondered how to roast a wonderfully juicy lamb? Try our recipe for delicious well-roasted lamb and change the custom of preparing this specialty only for the holidays! Ingredients: one whole lamb, grained…
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Peka is a favorite traditional dish, especially among meat lovers. Get acquainted with the indigenous Croatian gastronomy and learn how to make this delicious specialty! Ingredients: 2.5 kg veal flank,1.5 lamb (1 chop),3-4 kg potatoes (according to the number of servings),4-5…
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GRILLED FISH – An ideal summer meal

You no longer have to think what to prepare for an ideal summer meal! Enjoy the true taste of the Mediterranean with this simple recipe for grilled fish! Follow the simple steps and surprise your loved ones!   Ingredients: bream…
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Marinated sardines are one of the secrets from the Dalmatian coast. They can sit in the refrigerator for weeks if prepared the right way and you can use them for all kinds of dishes that include fish, such as cold…
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Ingridients: 1 kg octopus,3 gloves garlic,2 larger onions,½ kg potatoes,1 lemon,fresh parsley,sea salt,grained pepper,1 cup pitted black olives,3 tablespoon olive oil,1 tablespoon vinegar Preparation: Freeze octopus, then defrost just before preparation in order to tender the meat during cooking. Cook…
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Ingridients: 1 kg seafood (Mediterranean mussels – Noah’s Ark shells – grooved carpet shells – vongola clams),100 ml olive oil,garlic,parsley,bread crums,100 ml white wine, a pinch of pepper,This dish can be made from any of above-mentioned seafood. Preparation: Clean and…
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Donuts are usually associated with a carnival. It is believed that this became custom because the ingredients of the donut were once luxurious and for this reason, they were only prepared once a year. Although in Croatia people often link…
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Fish soup is Dalmatian traditional recipe from our favorite Mediterranean cuisine. Enjoy the summer days with this simple recipe for a delicious and light meal! Ingredients: 1 kg various marine fish (scorpion fish – frogfish/monkfish – common eel – etc.),150…
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Ingridients: 800 g Borlotti beans,200-250 g carrot,150-200 g celery root,parsley,salt,pepper,minced sweet and spiced red pepper,3 dry laurel leaves,2 sausages,dried pork rib,prosciutto or bacon,a piece of bone (provides excellent flavor),tomato sauce,olive oil Preparation: Pick quality Borlotti beans and leave to soak…
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Pašta-šuta is our name for a pasta dish with a minced meat-based sauce served with grated parmesan on top. Does it sound the same as Spaghetti Bolognese? The difference is just in preparation! We have prepared for you a homemade…
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Ston Oysters – natural aphrodisiac!!!

Ston, by Archives of Tourist Board of Ston Let’s play a little game of guessing! What tastes awesome, is really healthy and is a proven natural aphrodisiac? It’s one of Croatia’s biggest gastro attractions; oysters from Ston! There is so…
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