The cuisine of Croatia is different depending on region
People trying to decide on a destination for their next adventure travel tour should consider a holiday in Croatia, where they can see hundreds of miles of beaches and take the "diverse" cuisine.
The European country has over 1,100 miles of coastline, owing mainly to its many islands, some of which are all but absent of any human influence.
People planning trips to Croatia may also wish to visit the coastal city of Dubrovnik: a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Pearl of the Adriatic.
The Croatia Tourist Centre (CTC) has recently been promoting the food of Croatia because it can be so different from area to area.
"Croatian cuisine, due to its diversity, can be called cuisine of regions," the CTC said.
"The modern roots come form the early Slavic and ancient times and due to historical and geographical influences, the most evident difference in gastronomy between [areas is] the choice of provisions and food preparation processes."
Wine from Croatia is also becoming increasing popular, with some famous grapes being Malvazija, Posip, and Kujundzusa.