Traditional Dalmatian Cooking Class from Dubrovnik

Traditional Dalmatian Cooking Class from Dubrovnik

From US$ 156.97 per person

Learn the secrets of the popular Dalmatian cuisine in the beautiful Croatian countryside on this cooking tour from Dubrovnik. Spend the day in a country estate cooking traditional dishes like "peka" and then enjoy the fruits of your labor over some wine.

About this activity

Free cancellation
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COVID-19 precautions
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Private group
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Duration 5 hours
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Live tour guide
English
Pickup included
Your hotel, hostel, vacation home, private accommodation or other place as per your request. The driver will wait no more than 10 minutes after the scheduled time.

Experience

Highlights
  • Learn the secrets of traditional Dalmatian cuisine
  • Discover the rich gastronomy of the Dalmatian region
  • Get messy as you taste wild spices and dig your fingers into bread mixtures
  • Spend the day in a lovely country estate in rural Croatia
Full description
One of the best things about Croatia is the amazing cuisine – fresh fish, fragrant fruits, hearty stews. Join a fun traditional Croatian cooking class and learn the secrets of the local cuisine to take home to your family and friends. Spend the day at a typical country house on the outskirts of Dubrovnik, and enjoy a welcome drink as you arrive at the house and get equipped with all the tools and instructions you need for the cooking extravaganza. Once prepped, set out to make your delectable dish. The recipes, passed down by word of mouth from one generation to the next, are the most tried and tested in the region, and adored by the locals. They will vary according to the season and what is freshly available in the household garden, but on any given day, you can learn how to make anything from Dalmatian "peka" (lamb or veal baked under an iron bell), to "menestra" (cabbage and potato stew), to some homemade, Dalmatian-style bread. When your meals are finished, sit down and enjoy the fruits of your labor over some local wine and an epic feast at the country estate.
Includes
  • Transportation by comfortable air conditioned vehicle
  • Licensed food guide
  • Cooking equipment
  • Wine and water
  • Food and drinks are included in the cost of the tour
  • Seasonal menu which includes starter and main dish
  • Tips
  • Items purchased for personal use
  • Visit and tasting in the olive or flour mill
Not suitable for
  • Vegans
  • People with mobility impairments
  • Wheelchair users
COVID-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All required protective equipment is provided
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • Customers must keep distance in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Comfortable clothes

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  • High-heeled shoes

Know before you go

  • This tour is not recommended for vegans
Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 / 5

based on 17 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    5.0 / 5
  • Transportation
    5.0 / 5
  • Value for money
    5 / 5
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    5 / 5
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Excellent experience with wonderful people. Recommended.

A great day. There were only the two of us on our cooking class which was fabulous. We were picked up at our apartment in Dubrovnik for the drive south to the family farm where the class was held. On the drive our wonderful driver provided a lot if info on the areas we were driving through including historical details from Roman to more recent events and current farming developments. Upon arrival we were welcomed by our delightful hosts as if we were friends dropping in for regular visit. We prepared our food in the kitchen talking and working with various family members who came and went. The farm come restaurant is mostly self sufficient growing almost all the food they need from eags, meat, vegetables, fruit, olives (they make their own olive oil) and grapes. And, yes they also make their own wine and spirits. Cheese is sourced from a cousin living nearby. The family proudly shared their history (they've been there since at least 1536) and how they maintain their way of life.

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October 2, 2018

Wonderful experience

The trip to a farm and going through a typical day’s meals from their farm products was amazing. The typical breakfast of walnut liqueur, rose petal liqueur, myrtle liqueur, and grappa with quince and cheeses was so fun! Then participation in preparing lunch of lentil soup, stuffed peppers, zucchini and eggplant, our homemade bread, fruits and cheeses and fried donuts (a Christmas treat) was so fun and filling! We also walked the farm and learned about its self-sufficiency. It was a terrific experience!!

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September 11, 2018

best expereince

This was such a great experience, to be welcomed into someones home to cook eat and drink and experience there life... We had such a great time - 30 min drive to this lovely village and into this wonderful home. We started with some amazing fresh cheese and cured meats - and some lovely flavoured grappa. We then helped make some bread - made some lovely soup and even nicer kebabs. to finish the meal we had some lovely donuts an liquors... throughout the day we had some lovely wine... What more could you ask for.. It just was not the food it was these amazing people who welcomed them into there home with open arms. we picked fresh produce from the garden... it was truely amazing. This is a must to do - really if you really wish to experience great food and see peoples culture this is a must.

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May 25, 2018

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