The best of Dalmatia...

A Country of Winemakers

For more than two millennia, wine making has been a staple of Dalmatian economy. Since the earliest Greek settlers, the unique climate and soil have created some of the finest Croatian wines, still mostly undiscovered in the world’s wine scene.

The Mediterranean

Easily summed up to lots and lots of sunshine, the Mediterranean climate produces rich and strong wines.


The karst, mineral rich soil makes an ideal complement to the long sunny days.


The tradition of Dalmatian wine making goes back to ancient Greek settlers who cultivated some of the first grapes on the Dalmatian islands.

The Diocletian's Palace

Enjoy the story of Dalmatian wines in the historic Diocletian's Palace, the home of Roman emperor Diocletian.

High Quality Wines

The wines tasted are some of the highest quality and most unique wines in Dalmatia. 

45 minutes long

The wine is paired with Dalmatian snacks and a presentation about each of the wines and the characteristics of Dalmatian wines. 

The Diocletian's Palace

The venue for the wine tasting is located inside the UNESCO world heritage site.

Since 2007

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Tour Details


NOV 2022 – MARCH 2023: upon request

APR 2023– OCT 2023: 12:30 – 15:00 – 17:00

45 minute long tasting and presentation

3 High quality Dalmatian wines

Traditional local food snacks

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Wine and Dalmatian Snacks

Dalmatia’s finest in a historic setting

Fantastic wine experience in the authentic atmosphere of local wine and dining restaurant, famous for its local spirit, situated in the heart of Diocletian Palace. You will get to enjoy wine and food tasting guided by a professional. This is a chance to taste some authentic Dalmatian white and red wine varietals and explore the history of wine making in Dalmatia.


Besides, wines, you will be served some local delicacies from this region, and you’ll get to experience local dining traditions. The wines are paired with fleur de sel, aged red wine vinegar, freshly baked bread from our oven, cow and mixed milk cheese, dry fig jam, and homemade tapenade.

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