flavours of croatia

Catch the heady scent of pine trees and Mediterranean plants, hear crickets’ chirp and taste the freshest fish and seafood prepared the traditional way in the most picturesque setting in Croatia.


Discover its limpid bays and hidden coves, explore its ancient cities and towns and admire breathtaking sunsets over the sea with a glass of premium wine in your hand. Plunge into the magical world of traditional Dalmatian delicacies and the finest organic products.

Hvar Island

The most magical Dalmatian island has a lot to be proud of: ravishingly beautiful landscapes spotted with vineyards, olive groves and lavender plantations; charming old towns and fishing villages; pine-scented air with a flavour of Mediterranean herbs, delicious fish & seafood soup (called Gregada) and fantastic wines. Set out on an enticing wine tasting adventure in the most picturesque environment.


Take a scenic tour of this amazing peninsula, best known for fabulous shellfish, interesting red wines and superb beaches. Located just a short ride away from Dubrovnik, it is an ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of the crowded tourist places, offering tranquillity, good food and a number of adventurous ways to explore the most famous wine regions in Croatia: Dingač and Postup. Visit the regions’ breath-taking vineyards planted on steep slopes, 300 m above the sea level, and taste its signature wine – Plavac Mali.


Experience the culinary delights of the culturally most diverse region in Croatia. Roam the cobblestone streets of old Italian settlements scattered across the peninsula, observe neat vineyards from the tops of the hills boasting fortified castles.


Go truffle hunting in green woods of the central Istria, travel the famous wine roads in the western part of the region, taste the award winning extra virgin olive oils in the idyllic setting of organic olive groves and savour the local artisan food and gourmet dishes offered by the best taverns and restaurants in the area.

Istria, Rovinj
Inland Croatia
flavors of croatia

The biggest Croatian region, consisting of the north-western sub-region (Međimurje & Varaždin), the central Croatia (the capital city, Zagorje, Plešivica and Moslavina) and the eastern sub-region (Slavonija and Baranja), is in complete contrast with the coastal parts of the country. In the north and west, the lush & green countryside with humid continental climate, rolling hills and broad valleys, boasts the rich history and cultural spirit of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.


The east of Croatia prides itself on vast fertile fields, beautiful nature and warm, welcoming people. The diversity of these sub-regions is united through excellent local wines and a great choice of typical foods and desserts, so join us in tasting the numerous shades of the inland cuisine!


Renowned for its natural wonders, good wineries and delicious regional cuisine, the easternmost region of Croatia is ideal for active tourists and foodies.


Historically and culturally, the region was under the influences of Austrian, Hungarian and Ottoman rulers, which had a significant impact on the architecture of its towns, local traditions and culinary practices.


These international influences and the local customs create a very interesting combination you will experience on our agritourism trips and wine tours.

flavors of croatia