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As in any Dalmatian town, in Podgora, you can taste wonderful Mediterranean specialties in numerous places. The selection is varied, and the choice of restaurants, pizzerias, and inns is wide.

In most restaurants, you can choose between traditional local, European, and Croatian cuisine, but we encourage you to follow the old advice from this area, which says that fish must swim three times – first in the sea, then in oil and finally in wine. You can trust us that this third item will not be a trial for you as local red wines are recognized as the best in the region and beyond. Here, you’ll find the autochthonous Plavac and Pošip varieties, both of which are excellent with fish and seafood.

The oils are top quality here because Podgora is known for its multi-century production of extra virgin olive oil that you can enjoy with sheep cheese, wine, fish or salad.

For those who are really hungry, there is the authentic Dalmatian Pašticada (beef stew) and lamb, pod pekom (baked) or on the spit, whichever way you prefer.

You can also take part in a half-day trip to the Dalmatian country, where you will be served the finest Dalmatian wine with beautiful views of the Red and Blue Lake and nature near Imotski.

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