Cooking class and walking tour in Split
Whether you are an adventure traveler, wine lover or a person enjoying the history of a foreign country, there is not a more delicious way to get a taste for a place than by taking culinary-themed tours.
With our foodie tour you will experience Split in a unique way with a local who will help to eliminate language barriers and provide an authentic and gastronomical immersion into the Mediterranean style of cooking (and living).
Enjoy a guided tour of Diocletian’s Palace, before we show you the buzz of our local food markets; mingle and talk with the local producers and experience the “real deal” while buying fresh groceries. Discover insider stories, which do not exist in travel guides. Meet our chef and discuss a “strategy plan” of your cooking class while drinking coffee in one of the numerous charming squares in Split. As you confirm that plan, continue to the Green market – Pazar, Fish market – Peskarija and butcher - Mesnica where you will find fresh ingredients for your lunch.
Enjoy the food preparation while having an extraordinary feeling in a family home in Varos, one of the oldest part of the town.
- Carefully designed day tour for small groups
- Local, professional and experienced tour guide and chef
- UNESCO site: Diocletian's Palace
- Lunch in traditional Dalmatian home
- Unique Croatia travel experience and imersion in local culture
- Green Market
- Fish market
- Meeting the locals
- One day activity
- Duration: 6-7 hours
- Level of difficulty: easy, no culinary skills needed
- Suitable for families: yes
- Suitable for special dietary needs: yes, but let us know in advance
- Language: English, Croatia
Minimum: 3 person (private tour possible for 2 person)
Maximum: 15 person
For prices, bigger groups or any additional information please contact us at email@example.com
A philosophy graduate with a fiery passion for cuisine, Jolanda started her professional affair with gastronomy 11 years ago on the island of Vis, in one of the most acclaimed Dalmatian restaurants. She was lucky enough to grow up in a family dedicated to traditional and authentic food, but her open and curious mind drove her to explore the world and ultimately bring tradition to new and interesting heights. Jolanda will generously share her skills and insights with anyone genuinely interested to learn about Dalmatian cooking, food and way of life. When she's not running workshops you can find her lovingly bossing a young team of budding cooks at Split's premiere Dalmatian restaurant and Olive Oil tasting room.