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Traditional Dalmatian Cooking Class from Dubrovnik

1. Traditional Dalmatian Cooking Class from Dubrovnik

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.

Dubrovnik Advanced Open Water Diver Course: 2 Days

2. Dubrovnik Advanced Open Water Diver Course: 2 Days

Join an exciting diving course in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik, one of the most renowned diving destinations in Croatia. Enjoy the endless sunshine and warm temperatures of the southern Croatian city with an adventurous 2-day diving course. Combine both boat and shore diving and take on various exciting dives to become a certified advanced diver – and all without setting one foot in a classroom! The Advanced Open Water Diver (AOWD) course lasts for 2 days, and includes 5 dives. Begin by learning important navigational skills with the preliminary 2 dives, then fill your adventure quota with the remaining 3. Dive amongst cave walls in Mala Afrika, experience true deep water diving in Marova špilja, enjoy a remarkable night dive at Pipa Rock, and explore the Tomislav Wreck on a spectacular wreck dive. After completing the course, you will qualified to dive in 30-meter depths and will receive credit for the first dive of the corresponding PADI Specialty course.

Dubrovnik: Private Walking Tour in Spanish

3. Dubrovnik: Private Walking Tour in Spanish

Starting at Pile Gate, you’ll walk along the city’s elegant main street, seeing its most important sights. Highlights will include the Franciscan Monastery, Onofrio's Fountains, the Sponza Palace, Orlando's Column, the Bell Tower, the Church of St. Blaise, the Rector’s Palace, the Cathedral, the city walls, and more. The old city is surrounded by more than a mile of walls, with a tower at each corner. Afterwards, take a stroll along Stradun, the centuries-old main promenade. At one end of this street you’ll admire the 14th-century Franciscan Monastery, whose cloister ranks among the most inspiring sites in the city. At the other end, you’ll see the church of St. Blaise, the Sponza Palace, the Dominican Monastery, and the Rector's Palace. After exploring Dubrovnik’s historical heritage, your guide will take you to Santa Maria, the oldest district of the city, where you’ll experience the real Dubrovnik. You can discover the hidden quarter of Buza, frequented almost exclusively by the locals. Here, the Door of St. Stjepan opens to reveal a view over white rocks and blue sea to Lokrum Island. On the way back to Stradun, you’ll visit Ulica od Puca, a street best known for its traditional jewelry shops, old barber shop, and small churches.

From Dubrovnik: Mostar Coffee and Food Workshop

4. From Dubrovnik: Mostar Coffee and Food Workshop

Discover the cultural wonders of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina on a full-day trip from Dubrovnik. The journey begins with pickup from Dubrovnik and heads along the coast, passing by Mokošica, Trsteno, and Slano. Turn inland and travel through Zavala, Ravno, Ljubinje, and Stolac before arriving in the beautiful city of Mostar. Take a guided tour of the town center, learn about its rich history, and see important landmarks and monuments as well as hidden gems. After the walking tour, learn how to make a traditional bread known as Somun. Next, visit a cozy coffee shop and discover how to prepare Bosnian coffee. For those who aren't coffee lovers, there are plenty of tasty mountain teas and fresh juices to enjoy instead. After working up an appetite in the workshops, head to a local restaurant for a delicious mixed platter of traditional dishes. At around 4:30 PM begin the return journey back to Dubrovnik, stopping for a 30-minute break in the medieval town of Počitelj along the way. Here, stroll around the charming streets, try freshly-squeezed pomegranate juice, and even take a 15-minute hike up to the fortress. Back on the road, admire the views and watch as the Adriatic Sea and surrounding mountain landscape is transformed with the colors of the sunset.

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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.

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!!

This cooking really immerses you into the lifestyle of growing and preparing your own food on a regular basis in Croatia. You gather the ingredients for everything they have you help cook, and learn you only need simple ingredients in order to make food you will enjoy. The hosts are extremely friendly and provide an excellent experience. Would recommend to learn more about Croatian life and making your own fresh food.

This was an incredible experience. Our hosts were very welcoming and knowledgeable. The country house is set in the most idyllic location and the food we cooked was delicious! This was our favourite activity in Croatia!

We had an amazing tour with Adin and Sanin. The coffee workshop was amazing. The day was really well spent and at your own pace. Could't have asked for anything better.