The Adriatic Times Sinke

Do yourself a favor- if visiting Croatia, start at least one meal with prosciutto as an appetizer. This finely salted and dried pork meat is among top local delicacies. And although there are many ways it can be served, we stick to idea that it goes best with some home-made cheese, olives and slices of freshly baked bread.

Prosciutto is consumed in every part of Croatia, yet the picturesque Town of Drnis became a synonym with the delicacy. The long tradition and some local secrets make Drnis prosciutto something truly unique. The town actually has its own festival dedicated to this food, and it is as tasy as you can imagine.

The technology doesn’t allow us to send you scent and aroma over the screen. For the time being, you will be able only to participate visually in this notable food event, courtesy of our image gallery below.

Photo: Niksa Stipenicev / CROPIX