A Culinary Odyssey: The Michelin Stars of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast from Villa Lava

Embark on a gastronomic journey from Villa Lava in Pirovac, situated ideally as your starting point to explore the Michelin-starred landscapes of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast. Each restaurant, celebrated for its unique culinary offerings, promises an unforgettable dining experience, with the added convenience of knowing just how far you’ll need to travel from your luxurious base at Villa Lava.

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A Visit to Konoba Nono

In the heart of Pirovac lies Konoba Nono, a rustic tavern turned contemporary eatery, now under the dynamic stewardship of Krešimir Trošić and Ivan Maršanić. Their culinary ethos revolves around showcasing locally-sourced, expertly crafted ingredients, steering clear of trends they deem inauthentic. Despite their youthful age of 26, their culinary journey is rich with experience garnered from esteemed kitchens. Their dynamism has elevated the ‘new Nono’ into a sleek dining destination, offering an experience that marries tradition with innovation, all against a backdrop of modern elegance.

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A visit to Konoba Boba

Although the locality of Pirovac has bountiful options for cheap eats and rustic dining, Konoba Boba in nearby Murter provides a gourmet experience for travellers who wish to enjoy fine Dalmatian cuisine. Although an island, Murter is accessible to Villa Lava by car (15 minute journey), as it is connected to the mainline by a drawbridge. Murter is a bustling seaside community, rich with both sandy beaches and historical sites. 

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Best Food to Eat in Split, Croatia

Croatian cuisine delights all those who are looking for first-class gastronomic specialties. A range of restaurants lures tourists with local specialties and tempting wine lists full of wines with rich flavors and aromas. Sunshine, beautiful beaches and buildings from the Roman era make this city one of the most desirable tourist destinations in Croatia. Every year, more than 800,000 visitors come to Split and enjoy their meals in different restaurants in the city. 

If you plan to visit Split soon, you already made a list of the cool things to do in Split and now and you’re wondering what are the food and drink prices in Split, Croatia, here’s the list of the top 9 restaurants in Split that will delight you with the cuisine, ambiance, and top service. We’ll go through the top three of fine dining, mid-range, and cheap restaurants in Split.

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The best restaurants in Sibenik, Croatia

Located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea, Sibenik Riviera is a very popular tourist destination during summer season. With two UNESCO protected monuments, imposing fortresses, preserved nature and beautiful beaches, it has everything that someone needs to spend the unforgettable holidays. When you get hungry, Sibenik won’t disappoint you as it has so many things to offer – from seafood and traditional Croatian tastes to vegan and vegetarian options. Sibenik restaurant prices can vary from very affordable and cheap to the high-end experience for which, of course, you will have to pay. Here are the best restaurants in Sibenik.

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