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Hvar

Hvar is without a doubt the most famous Croatian island. Hvar’s reputation as a destination for the rich and famous might have been carefully cultivated in recent years but its popularity with celebrities is not a new phenomenon. Former British king Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson visited in 1936. Jackie … Read More

Where to Go in 2021

While it appears that the first few months of 2021 will look much like last year, with expeditions to the kitchen and treks to the bathroom being the extent of our wanderings, we dare to hope to be able to travel again before too long. For this article we’ve rounded … Read More

Wine Regions and Wines of Croatia

Croatia might not be the first country that springs to mind when it comes to wine but Croatians nurture a long tradition of winemaking. Historical evidence suggests that either Phoenicians or Greeks introduced winemaking on Dalmatian islands, so some parts of Croatia have been producing wine for more than 2,000 … Read More

Six Can’t Miss Meaty Croatian Mains

With an abundance of coastline you might think Croatian cuisine is all about fish, but they’re meat-lovers too, as you’ll find out…

A Guide to Croatia’s Michelin Star Restaurants

It took a long time and a lot of effort for the small country of Croatia to become a part of the international gourmet dining scene and to have seventy prestigious restaurants included in the worldwide Michelin Guide selection is a massive achievement. Out of such an impressive number, seven … Read More

Pag cheese and a fig

Meet Pag Cheese, Croatia’s Award-Winner

A must-try on any visit to Croatia, unless you’re vegan or lactose intolerant, is Pag cheese. From the rock and windswept island of the same name, it’s an award-winner on the international cheese scene.

Croatia’s Award-Winning Olive Oils

Unless you’ve been to Croatia you might not know that the country produces olive oil. They don’t make a lot, but what they have is top notch.

Dubrovnik, Early Abolitionists

When most people learn about the abolition of slavery in school, the key milestones they’re taught are when the USA and Britain ended the abhorrent practice, but did you know that the tiny Republic of Ragusa (known as Dubrovačka Republika in Croatian, now modern day Dubrovnik and its surroundings) was … Read More

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