Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in your voyage. All drinks on board (alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks) are subject to extra charges.
The contrast between Croatian and Greek dishes is something you’ll enjoy.
Peka is a typical Croatian dish that is a dome or bell-shaped terracotta or steel lid that you heat, by burning wood below it. You can cook any type of meat or fish using the peka. Another famously mouth watering dish to keep an eye out for is the Skradinski Rizot. It may be eaten as a savoury or a dessert. The dessert is made of sweet potatoes and ripe plantain and may include breadfruit, cassava or corossol. It is boiled in coconut milk and nutmeg, sugar and vanilla are added. The dessert is creamy and soft.
Croatia is also known for their beer, (Karlovacko), wine (Grasevina) and spirits like sljivovica (plum brandy), travarica (herbal brandy) or lozovaca (grape brandy) as they are all homemade.
A Montenegrin dish that you really should try is “Japraci”, it is an extremely rich and nourishing meal. In a kilo of “rastan” and half a kilo of young cow’s meet rice, pepper, and even dry meat are added. With cooking the grease is being released, and the meal gets the right flavor. Other dishes you should try are Sarma, stuffed peppers, stew, pilaf.
The main meal of the Albanians is lunch, which usually consists of Gjellë (stew), the main dish of slowly cooked meat with various vegetables, and a salad of fresh vegetables, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and olives. The salad is dressed with salt, olive oil, vinegar or lemon juice.
A special Greek dish that you have to try, is the Taramasalata (fish roe dip). It is a mouth watering creamy blend of pink or white fish roe with either a potato or bread base is best with a drizzle of virgin olive oil or a squeeze of lemon.
If you feel like indulging yourself then go ahead and try Galaktoboureko, a sinful custard-filled pastry. Simply, pour a lovely dollop of local thyme honey over fresh Greek yogurt.
Greek Ouzo is considered the national drink of Greece. Apart from ouzo, Greece is known for these considerably stronger distilled local drinks, that are homemade from the grapes harvested in autumn.