I like Split a lot. There is something about this Croatian town and its atmosphere that excites me and it just feels good being there. I like its buzzing seafront promenade, charming neighborhoods of Varos and Matejuska, its bustling green and fish markets, and a historical palace.
I don't know why it took me so long to put up a review on Villa Spiza, a great little eatery in Split. It's been on our list of the best restaurants in Split for a long time.
Tavern Buffet Fife Split is one of my favorite places to eat in Split. It's good, homemade, hearty, fresh, and affordable. Can you ask for more?!
We live in Porec, but honestly, but we don't eat out in Porec very often. The town is almost pathetic when it comes to restaurants. Many places cater exclusively to tourists and locals rarely (if ever) eat there.
I've meant to write about Ficovic restaurant in Hodilje near Ston for some time, but for some reason I've never done it. It's time to fix this. Located in Hodilje, a small coastal village just few kilometers north of Ston, on the Peljesac peninsula, Ficovic is a no-frills eatery by the sea, and with its own small beach.