The guests can enjoy selected dishes of Croatian cuisine prepared in the traditional way, or participate in cheese and wine tasting.
Rural estate have two taverns and big terrace:
30 seats place
80 seats place
Terrace for summer:
120 seats place
We accept individuals and large groups. For traditional food (peka, prisnac …) need to be notified 3 hours before arrival.
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We will start with the welcome drink where you can taste our traditional brandy or wine. After a tour around the estate, you can participate in the “Village Olympics”. These Olympics include some traditional sports: a rock throwing contest, rope pulling, throwing horseshoes, bag jumping, and the regional sport called buce. Our Village Olympics are particularly interesting for those who want to enjoy some activity in a relaxed atmosphere and have a good laugh.
We will prepare dinner for you – selected dishes of Croatian cuisine prepared in the traditional way: first cheese and Dalmatian prosciutto, then veal and lamb with potatoes made in the traditional Peka style, a seasonal salad, and for desert Prisnac, a type of wedding cake unique to this region that is salty instead of sweet. Included in the price of the menu is 1/4 liters of wine (red or white) and 1/4 liters of water (mineral or without gas) per person.
After this typical regional dinner, and before the dessert arrives, a group people that cherishes their culture and tradition of this area will perform a short sketch, singing and dancing the traditional dance and songs of this region.
The guests can enjoy the selected dishes of Croatian cuisine prepared in the traditional way or participate in the tasting of cheese, wine and brandy.
You can taste fig cakes, sugared almonds, pandulete almond cake, dalmatian ravioli and cviti, carob cake, and traditional wedding cake called prisnac.
The standard offer of rural homestead Mićanovi Dvori includes all the delicatessens from a long-forgotten time. Do not miss the chance to taste them; they are exactly the same as our grandmothers used to make them.