Tag Archives: Korčula
We met Tomislav Veseljak on Zagreb Wine Gourmet Weekend 2013 and he told us how he managed to establish a network of Korčula farmers who will produce vegetables and even exotic aromatic herbs for Filippi. Lemongrass, cilantro and Thai basil from Lumbarda fields, why not?
We can’t decide if we like the food or the atmosphere at Domanoeta better. And all that comes at a really fair price. There’s a good chance you’ll leave the place singing and hugging newly found friends.
Konoba Mate in Pupnat is an essence of what “konoba” is and what it should be. A meeting point of friends, based on well prepared, honest local food, garnished with great music and merriment.
Frano Miloš is one of the pioneers of family owned boutique wineries not only in his Pelješac, probably the most prestigious wine region in Croatia, but in the whole country.
This amazing little shop with sweets and delis is definitely one of the most interesting places on the whole Adriatic coast.
Forgotten dishes of Korčula distinguish this unpretentious konoba from other places. Lila is from Žrnovo, a cute stony village just above Korčula, known for its macaroni – žrnovski makaruni. It is a matter of pride for her to prepare the indigenous home-town pasta.
A real Dalmatian konoba, cozy, hearty, rustic, with a wood-fired fireplace… Go there to eat lamb or veal peka.
Remembering an evening drive through vineyards below Lumbarda will keep my mood up even in most depressing winter months. The narrow roads winding through the vineyards look like a path in a natural maze made of green walls, so you can easily get lost.
Lešić Dimitri Palace is definitely the jewel of the beautiful Korčula. Located in the heart of the old town, directly by the sea, this exclusive design hotel offers five star accommodation and ultimate pampering in six residences named after the …
Luka is the man who will surely take the credit when Pošip, the pride of Korčula winemaking, shoots to fame outside Croatia. Combination of low yield per vine and modern vinification techniques creates wines with a polished international style, which …
These two girls were born and raised on Korčula island, but ended up working in hectic Zagreb. Recently they decided it was enough and turned their lives upside down. Amateur and passionate foodies, they returned to their home island and …
Frano Milina Bire has a beautiful family farm on a peaceful, isolated location near Lumbarda on the island of Korčula. He started with organized tours and dinners for tourists, offering them a taste of local produce like goat cheese, dry-cured ham, organic vegetables, sugared almonds, olive oil, brandies and wine.