The True Taste Of A Sailing Croatia Holiday

There is so much to enjoy about holidaying in Croatia, and one of the things that will no doubt be a huge part of your break is the wonderful cuisine on offer. With its enviable location in the Mediterranean and benefiting from a range of influences, the country has a varied and colourful culinary past, meaning that there really is something for everyone. So what do you need to know about eating on a sailing Croatia break?

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Firstly, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the style of dining that you fancy during your holiday. From cosy konobas to high-end restorans, there is something to suit all palates and all pockets. If you want to fit in with the locals, you might want to try having your main meal in the middle of the day as opposed to in the evening, but the majority of eateries are well used to providing both small and filling dishes whatever the time of day.

If you do decide to follow the locals’ lead, be prepared for a long stay! Midday meals are based on a tapas-style way of eating and can often stretch long into the afternoon – and sometimes even the evening. This is, however, a brilliant way to sample all the best that there is when it comes to Croatian cuisine, as the mezze-style menus mean you can try everything from meat to seafood to vegetable dishes – whatever you fancy!

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