On this two-for-one, culinary-minded tour of Zadar, don't just explore the Old Town and its bustling markets—also shop for fresh ingredients in the company of a chef, and attend a hands-on cooking class. Begin the tour with a morning cup of coffee and short sightseeing excursion before meeting vendors and tasting what’s fresh at the market. Then, head to the kitchen, where you learn how to cook traditional Croatian dishes before enjoying the meal you prepared alongside a glass of wine.
There’s no better way to learn authentic Croatian cookery than from a local chef. This private cooking class in Zadar delivers: with a market visit for ingredients and a hands-on lesson in creating a typical 3-course Croatian lunch. When your cooking is done, savor your meal accompanied by wine. Plus, as you stroll from the market to your class, stop to check out some of Zadar’s landmarks along the way.
Follow in the footsteps of famed TV chef Anthony Bourdain on this full-day Croatian wine and culinary tour from Zadar. Explore the historic Old Town of Pag and the stunning Field of Novalja on Pag Island; sample regional cheeses, breads, and olive oils amid the Boškinac vineyards; then enjoy a delicious 4-course lunch with wine at the Hotel Boškinac.
Get an in-depth exploration of the history of Nin and and the nearby Royal Vineyards on this private guided tour. Depart from your Zadar hotel in a private vehicle and head to Nin, where you will visit the Salt Museum, the City Museum, and churches. Learn about the history of the area from your guide. After, continue on to the Royal Vineyards and taste local Croatian wines.
We will prepare an octopus or veal in a traditional way called "under the bell" (we call it peka). Meat or fish is placed in a large, shallow round baking pan and is covered with large iron bell. The whole bell is then put on and covered with hot coal. The octopus is simultaneously cooked and baked to achieve a unique taste.My goal is to teach you to prepare this meal in a traditional Dalmatian way and for this reason if you want you will be fully involved in the whole process of preparing the dish - from fire ignition, bell preparation, octopus/veal cleaning and preparing other ingredients to finalizing the meal under the iron bell. This is a real opportunity to enjoy the unique and unforgettable flavors of Dalmatian cuisine and knowing the locals.
In summer, the nightlife on the island Pag is one of the richest on the Adriatic coast. Bars, clubs, discos, live music are all synonyms for fun on this island. The rich choice of entertainment includes a variety of concerts but you can also go partying to numerous nightclubs which are no longer limited to a confined space, but are extended to the streets, squares, beaches, camping and swimming.
Pag Island is famous for its cheese and other homemade culinary delicacies. On this half-day tour, explore the island to learn about, and sample, its specialities more easily than if going it alone. Delve into an ancient olive grove and savor various olive oil products; sip wines at a family-run winery; visit an award-winning dairy to taste its cheese; and sample honey made by local beekeepers.
Discover the art of Dalmatian country cuisine on this full-day cooking experience from Zadar. Select ingredients from the organic fruits, vegetables, cheeses, olive oil, and other produce available at Zadar’s food market, and from a butcher’s shop and fish market. Then, travel to a Dalmatian country estate and learn from your hosts how to cook traditional dishes like veal-and-vegetable ‘peka’ before enjoying your creations for lunch. Ingredients, snacks, lunch, wine tasting, and transport included.
The tour starts at you accommodation, where you will meet the driver and a tourguide for this experience. For short we will leave Zadar and drive bit on the south, while enjoying the beautiful landscapes of Zadar's hinterland, until we finally reach the entrance of Vransko jezero, park of nature at the small hill above the lake, called Kamenjak. An educated guide will welcome us there and tell a story abut the area, while we get to enjoy beautiful views to whole Vrana Lake, Kornati archipelago, Murter, Pirovac, Drage, Pakostane... We are not ready to drive back to Zadar just yet! On our way we will stop at the rural estate of ecological local producer of wines and extra virgin olive. The story about the estate, growing plants from gravel soil and production, we will get to hear while enjoying the wine, cheese, prosciutto and extra vergin olive oil, well know not only in Zadar Region, but internationally.