Konavle valley resembles Tuscany and Provence in many ways. Malvasia wine produced in this region is a part of Dubrovnik’s identity and heritage. The most famous white wine has a history of its own, it dates as far back as the 14th century.
To celebrate the end of Lent, sweet Easter bread commonly known as pinca, is served on Easter morning in Dubrovnik. The indulgent dessert is a traditional treat and a staple of the holiday weekend. The secret ingredient in Dubrovnik’s pinca is a rose liqueur. The Easter table is simply not complete without the superb taste of this loaf-like cake.
The red roofs tops, karst stone quarries, and the Adriatic are the epitome of this area. Dubrovnik’s roofs have always been yellow ocher, never red. They are covered with long unique tiles, called “kupe” that were made in Kupari near Dubrovnik. These durable tiles lasted about 200 years.
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