Attention all foodies! You will embark on a week long gourmet island hopping adventure where you will be lucky enough to not only witness some of the most beautiful scenery you have ever seen, but also taste Croatia’s best meals.
In Europe, it’s very difficult to find a country on such a small surface like Croatia with so many diverse flavours and tastes. There is no doubt that Croatian cuisine is one of the richest and most interesting cuisines in Europe. The Croatian gastronomic market is greatly influenced by its history, geographic position and climate. Although Croatian cuisine is mostly Mediterranean food, it is on the crossroads between Central European, Mediterranean and Oriental cuisine, all based on very healthy ingredients. A unique trait of Croatian cuisine is that those healthy ingredients come from local organic farms from untouched and preserved Croatian regions.
- Maslinica, island Solta
- Gornje Selo, island Solta
- Komiza, island Vis
- Palmizana, Pakleni islands
- Hvar, island Hvar
- Bol, island Brac
- Krknjasi, island Drvenik Veli
Unique gastronomical experiences
The superb Croatian gastronomical scene is based on certain local produce such as free range lamb from the islands, very rich seafood and freshwater food choices, delicious shellfish and crabs, one of the tastiest olive oils in the world, delicious goat cheese from the island Pag, famous Slavonian spicy sausage called ‘kulen’, oysters from Ston, native beef from Istria called ‘boskarin’, Dalmatian and Istrian prosciutto, delicious pancetta from inland, free range turkeys from the north, a stunning choice of game meat, dried caviar such as famous ‘bottarga’, Istrian truffles, wild asparagus, Dalmatian spinach, rocket salad, artichokes, delicious potatoes from the region of Lika and sauerkraut.
Book your boat
The order of the itinerary is subject to change and is dependent upon weather conditions.
Please note that you have to provide daily meals for any additional crew you decide to hire.