Roca is renowned for its Dalmatian prosciutto derived from high-quality pork: Yorkshire, Duroc and Landras. But prosciutto isn’t the only reason for the ever-returning flock of tourists. Roca also sells homemade house wine, pancetta, salami, flavoured sausage and bread. The restaurant also offers catered events for up to 230 guests, complete with a local klapa (UNESCO-protected acappella music) group. Last but not least, Roca’s food tours demonstrate the essence of Dalmatian cuisine. The tour starts off with a visit to the onsite farm, continues with wine tastings and delightfully concludes with a dinner of traditionally prepared seafood.
The town of Biograd is located around 30 kilometres from Zadar and 140 kilometres from Split, making it the perfect stop on a road trip down the Croatian coast – but it’s also a full-on destination in its own right. This town lives and breathes with the sea. Its full name is Biograd Na Moru (Biograd by the Sea), to distinguish it from an inland town also named Biograd – but it also shows the waterfront town’s close connection to the Adriatic. Read on to find out our list of the top 10 things to do in Biograd by the Sea.
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