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Eggplant and Chicken Rolls

Ingredients: 3 eggplants (medium size) 500g  chicken breast olive oil salt, optional mixture of... More


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1. Istria The most prevalent varieties: Buza, Istarska bjelica,Crnica, Rosinjola, Karbonaca, Leccino, Frantoio   Istria is the northern region which are grown over a million trees. It is believed that the beginnings of olive growing in Istria date back to the first century Olympics ( The long history has resulted in a greater number of indigenous varieties. The head of...



2. Kvarner The most prevalent varieties: Oblica, Plominka, Slivnjača, Rosulja and drobnica   Primorje and Kvarner specifically the olive-growing area that includes a narrow coastal strip coast and islands of Krk, Cres, Lošinj, Susak, Union, Rab and Pag. The beginnings of olive growing in this region date back to the first millennium BC The most widespread variety of the...


North Dalmatia

3. Northern Dalmatia The most prevalent varieties: Oblica, Drobnica, Levantinka, Mastrinka, Marbunčela Farming area stretches from Starigrad to Rogoznica and the islands of Dugi Otok, Ugljan, Pasman, Silba, Molat, Ist, Murter and Kornati area. Today it is cultivated more than one million trees


Central Dalmatia

4.Central Dalmatia The most prevalent varieties: Oblica, Drobnica, Levantinka, Lastovka. Central Dalmatia is the most important olive-groves region with 40% of the entire fund in Croatia, or about 2 million trees. Specific island of Brac with a million olive trees. The region extends from Rogoznica to the center plate and includes the islands of Drvenik, Ciovo, Brac, Hvar, Solta. Oblica is the...


South Dalmatia

5. South Dalmatia The most prevalent varieties: Oblica, Lastovka, Drobnica The area includes the coastal part from town Ploče to cape Prevlaka and the island of Lastovo, Mljet, Korcula, Lopud, Sipan, Peljesac peninsula. According to research, olives were cultivated on the islands for several thousand years BC. Region has approximately one million trees, mostly on island Korcula, about...


Dalmatian hinterland

6. Dalmatian hinterland The most prevalent varieties: Oblica, Istarska bjelica, Levantinka and Drobnica The interior of Dalmatia stretches from the mountain massif of Velebit, Dinara in the north and the mountainous chains Kozjak of Mosor and  Biokovo in the south. Cultivation is possible only in some micro-locations, primarily due to low winter temperatures.