Gastro & Wine Tours

Gastro & Wine

Coastal cuisine is Mediterranean and with Greek, Italian and French influences. Dalmatia is famous for its wine, and Croatia regularly wins awards for the best olive oil. Why not try the healthiest diet in the world with Dalmatia Outdoors?

Coastal cuisine is of the Mediterranean type and with Greek, Italian and French influences. You can find anything from seafood and vegetables to lamb, veal, and poultry. The staples used in most dishes include olive oil, garlic, onion, fresh herbs, and spices.

Dalmatia is famous for its wine – even president Biden selected a Dalmatian wine for his inauguration! Croatia regularly wins awards for the best olive oil and we can take you to try some of our finest. Try the black risotto made with cuttlefish or squid, olive oil, garlic, red wine, and squid ink, which gives an extraordinary seafood flavour and black colour.

For an authentic experience go with Peka, cooked under an iron lid over burning embers. Peka can include octopus, lamb, veal, or chicken, and is often accompanied by potatoes.

Taste the rich world of Croatian wines, accompanied by expert sommeliers and complemented with traditional Dalmatian snacks, in the heart of Split!...
30 €

What Makes Dalmatia Outdoors Gastro & Wine Tours Unique?

Tailor-Made Holidays in Croatia

Dalmatia Outdoors offers tailor-made holidays in Croatia, a country with beautiful Dalmatian coastlines and a warm Adriatic sea. We bring you the experience and know-how to design a tailor-made holiday that you will always remember.

Gastro & Wine Tours FAQ

Looking for answers to your questions about our tours and travel to Croatia? You’ve come to the right place! Check out our FAQ section for information on Gastro & Wine tours.

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Dalmatian cuisine is a regional cuisine specific to the Dalmatian region of Croatia. It is characterized by the use of fresh, local ingredients such as seafood, olive oil, and vegetables. Some traditional Dalmatian dishes include black risotto, octopus salad, and grilled fish.
Dalmatia is known for producing high-quality wine, particularly red wines such as Plavac Mali and Dingač. However, the region also produces white wines such as Pošip and Malvazija.
Yes, there are many wineries and vineyards in Dalmatia that offer tours and tastings. Some popular wineries include Zlatan Otok, Miloš Winery, and Saints Hills Winery.
A typical Dalmatian wine and gastro tour includes visits to local wineries and vineyards, tastings of Dalmatian wines and local cuisine, and guided tours of historic towns and cities in the region.
No, you do not need to be an expert in wine to enjoy a Dalmatian wine and gastro tour. The tours are designed to be enjoyable and informative for both wine enthusiasts and casual drinkers.
Yes, Dalmatian wine and gastro tours can be enjoyable for families. However, it is recommended to check with the tour provider in advance to ensure that the tour is suitable for children and if there are any age restrictions.
If you have dietary restrictions, it’s important to let the tour company know ahead of time so they can accommodate your needs. Most tour companies will be able to provide vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free meal options.