Dalmacijana souvenir shop offers traditional handicrafts and numerous other works by local artists and producers. We are also a plastic free shop, ie all our packaging is made of biodegradable material only.
On Aralica family farm you can experience grandma's kitchen where liquers, rakija (schnapps) and jams are made today. The kitchen can simultaneously admit six guests for degustation. Their black figs jam was awarded the gold medal for best jams in Croatia. Come and try liquers and jams or learn how to make candied almonds.
A perfect product of nature, an elixir of life known since ancient times, honey is still synonymous with preserving health and vitality. If you want to enjoy the homemade honey of our beekeepers, the home of Mr. Ante Bulat is the right place to go. His products carry the certificate of Croatian apiaries.
The Šmit family farm and estate in Prvić Šepurina, also known as Puntarski Dvori, is a veritable treasure trove of indigenous plants used to make a number of cosmetic preparations.
The story about grandpa Boža was inspired by a real person, the grandfather of the owner of Hermes International. Fig, the queen of jams, is the most famous product of Dida Boža's line of eco jams and spreads and the winner of the prestigious gold medal from Preserves Fancy Food Show (NY). Apart from fig, you can try cherry jam, green olive spread or fig biscuits - they will surely win you over. You can visit the gift shop from May to October or check out the web shop throughout the whole year.
Kamila Pamukovića 15, Vodice
+385 42 372 620
Taste room and shop specialised in top Dalmatian prosciutto and wine available throughout the whole year.
The award winning agricultural cooperative on Prvić is well-known for their products, especially the bonito in oil and homemade jam. Products of the AC Faust Vrančić carry the Croatian island product labels. They are certainly worth trying, and you are welcome to visit the shop throughout the whole year.
PZ FAUST VRANČIĆ
Stara Makina Prvić Luka
+385 22 448 454
+385 98 276 559
The Lipa workshop makes authentic and valuable handicrafts, which you will be hard pressed to find or buy anywhere else. Mrs. Liposava Kuštović has saved the art of making folk costumes and its elements from obscurity - she manually sews, embroiders and decorates national costumes, belts, hats, bags and tablecloths with ethnic elements etc.