The specific combination of climate, geographical, historical and cultural factors of this region has helped Dalmatian food to become a part of UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2013. Olives, wine, figs, prosciutto and cheese are the foods that have been feeding the local population of this part of the Adriatic and its hinterland throughout the centuries. Their quality is a well-known story in gastronomic circles. Today, this story is discovered by numerous tourists who visit this region and gastro tours are the best way to get to know the rhapsody of old Dalmatian flavours.
You can see the farming and cultivation, methods of processing, taste the food and discover a few secrets of its traditional preparation on the farming estate of the Ražnjević tavern. This renovated 16th century chapel will revive the spirit of ancient times of Ravni kotari with its atmosphere and offer. Apart from the tavern there are also a winery, vineyard, olive grove, garden and an orchard. Get to know the identity of the local people through customs and flavours of this simple but extremely tasty food!