Discover the secrets of Dalmatian cuisine on a walking tour in Omis which is a part of the Mediterranean diet included in the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage with its own original touch as one of the healthiest in the world.
Dalmatian cuisine is simple yet delicious with plenty of quality food such as green veggies, fish, seafood, olive oil, herbs and spices… Curious about what does black risotto mean? Or brujet? Or pašticada?
Discover the secrets of Dalmatian cuisine and find out they differ from six other Mediterranean cuisines, included in the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2013: Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus and Morocco. The Mediterranean diet doesn’t mean only eating and drinking healthy food, it represents cultural identity and specific lifestyle such as easy-going attitude, eating together, socializing…
Get to know about Dalmatian food history and current food trends over a stroll at fresh food and fish market, bakery, butchery and morning coffee at one of the local cafe bars. Learn more about interesting Omiš history on your way around to the restaurant where you will have a typical Dalmatian 4-course lunch.
Tour attractions: Omiš sightseeing, introduction to the Dalmatian cuisine, open-air food and fish market, Dalmatian menu lunch
When: 10 a.m.
Duration: Approximately 2 hours + time for lunch
Price for a minimum of 4 people: 350 HRK/ 47 EUR per person
*Price is based on a minimum of 4 people. Price for less than 4 people is 1.400 KN/ 190 EUR in total.
A knowledgeable local tour guide, morning coffee or tea, 4-course lunch
All tours are in the English language. The departure time can be adjusted to your needs.
Please contact us for more prices and booking.
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