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Taste of Dalmatia Culinary Tour

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    05 May – 06 Oct : Wednesday

  • Duration

    Approx. 7 hours

  • Start time

    Start time: Exact start time (pick up time) will be confirmed depending on your hotel location.

  • Meeting Point
    Pick up from your hotel. (Please mention your hotel name and address at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, our customer service executives will get in touch and confirm the details)
  • Ending Point

    Your hotel in Dubrovnik

Key Highlights

  • Be treated to a wine tasting in a celebrated local wine cellar
  • Enjoy the hearty and subtle flavors of Dalmatia in this culinary tour
  • Witness a demonstration of a time-tested technique for making olive oil

Overview

Bring your thirst and appetite along for this Epicurean tour of Dalmatia, where the tastes and traditions have changed little over the years.

Learn the old-fashioned science of olive oil production from experts that have been preserving the craft for generations.

A glass of wine compliments the locally-cured ham and cheese at a rustic house in Orasac and the heavenly oysters of Ston will make your taste buds swoon.

Travel to Croatian wine country, where you will sip the local nectar in the cellar of one of the region’s most respected vintners.

Itinerary

You will be picked up in an air-conditioned coach/minibus from your hotel in Dubrovnik. Your guide will lead this Taste of Dalmatia Tour in English, German, French.

Your trip begins with a drive to the charming village of Orasac. Participate in the production of olive oil made the old-fashioned way, with a horse driving the olive press.

Proceed to a house fashioned in the old Dubrovnik style, where you will be treated to some homemade cheese, smoked ham, and local wine.

Continue onwards to Mali Ston, a quaint fortified town that was a key player in the days of the Dubrovnik Republic. Its wealth and influence was derived from its lucrative salts works, which are still active today and produce some of the world’s purest salt. These days, Ston is best known as the oyster capital of Croatia. Dig into a hearty and flavorful seafood platter that includes octopus, mussels, small fish, and a single, unforgettable oyster.

Forge ahead to the Peljesac Peninsula, whose reputation for fine wines has been cultivated over the ages. Visit the Milos family wine cellar, where many of the region’s best bottles originate, and enjoy a tasting.

Stop at Ston for a short orientation tour and free time.

You will be returned to your hotel in Dubrovnik at tour’s end.

Inclusions

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned coach/minibus (depends on group size)
  • Knowledgeable multilingual guide (English, German, French, )
  • Snacks
  • Sea food platter
  • Demonstration of olive oil production

Exclusions

  • Wine tasting

Please note

Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details

Additional info

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have

Customer Reviews

  • Christopher Kirwin
    Review of tour with Elite

    We enjoyed the Taste of Dalmatia Culinary Tour that we booked through Isango. The service provider was Elite Travel Dubrovnik. The tour was worthwhile and interesting. We...

    Australia 05/04/2014
  • Krista L Gillam
    Great Tour

    The tour was great and the tour guide was very helpful, knowledgeable, and friendly. The visit to the olive mill was particularly interesting and they served great food. The only...

    Canada 10/21/2013
  • EKATERINA ALBEGOVA
    Very tasty! Very delicious! Very good! ))

    It was the most delicious tour in Croatia! Firstly we visited farmer house, where we saw the ex-olive mile and the old production of olive oil. There we tried the delicious...

    Russian Federation 06/24/2012

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