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This is a close-up of a dish of black risotto in Croatia, with the sea as its backdrop. Croatian risotto is a local specialty you must try during your trip to Croatia.

Croatian Risotto

One of the most popular foods worldwide is rice, and Croatia couldn’t be an exception, as Croatian risotto is a staple in our local cuisine. Croatia’s gastronomical heritage is intertwined with the country’s history. During the long and turbulent periods under Ottoman rule, the invaders established their distinct culture in … Read More

The Best Beaches in Croatia, Part 2: Korčula

In part two of our guide to the best beaches in Croatia, This week we take a look at the beaches in and around Korčula Town and further afield on the island. The important thing to know about beaches in Croatia is that there’s no such thing as a private … Read More

The Best Food & Wine Experiences In and Around Dubrovnik

For many centuries, Dubrovnik was considered the crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe due to its port being the most lively in the South Adriatic. Southern Croatia’s cultural heritage today is not only known for its beautiful architecture, but the unique gastronomy developed here plays an important part of everyday … Read More

All About Peka

When someone asks for a quintessential Croatian dish, almost all Croatians will say – peka. However, peka is actually a way of cooking rather than a food. It involves cooking some sort of meat or seafood and vegetables slowly under an iron or clay lid that is shaped like a … Read More

Croatian Cuisine – An Overview

For a relatively small country, Croatia packs some serious culinary variety. Give your tastebuds something to look forward to.

Croatian Prosciutto, aka Pršut

You might be forgiven that Croatian pršut is just Croatian-made prosciutto. The truth is far more delicious than that however.

The Best Wineries Around Dubrovnik

It’s no secret that Croatians love their wine – and so they should! Thanks to its mild weather and fertile soil, Croatia produces many top-quality whites, reds, rosés, and more. Mass production of wine in Croatia is a relatively new phenomenon. In the Dubrovnik area, most wines were produced on … Read More

Fast Food in Croatia

Slow food is part of the Croatian way of life. So what do you do when you need something quick? We’ve got some ideas for you.

Decoding an Istrian Menu

Croatia’s Istria region, close to Italy, has a cuisine that’s unique to the peninsula. Here’s our guide to what’s on the menu.

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