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Gluten Free in Croatia

Croatia was already a really popular tourist spot before Game of Thrones made Dubrovnik even more popular. With beautiful beaches along the coast and on the Adriatic Islands as well then no wonder. However, where can you eat Gluten Free when travelling across the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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Split|Dalmatian Coast
Baska Voda, Dalmatian Coast View On Map
If you ask for glutenfree meal you can choosw from a basket full of glutenfree products such as pasta, bread, pizza, etc. The staff is very friendly and caring.
Recommended By: Lene B On: 2014-07-12

Baska Voda, Dalmatian Coast View On Map
The owner and the chef wants to make you what ever you want of glutenfree meals, and the food is amazing. Super service!
Recommended By: Lene B On: 2014-07-12

Villa Jerkan
Podstrana, Split View On Map
We stayed at the Villa Jerkan for 3 nights and it is definitely somewhere that we would consider staying at again. The villa complex has several self catered appartments, all of which have some level of sea view, and it is situated directly on the shore line.

Obviously a self catered appartment allows you to provide for yourself gluten free but what marks this location apart is the friendly owner and his family. In most self catered appartments you would never meet the owners but here there was always a member of the family around and ready to answer questions you may have. There is a supermarket within walking distance of the villa although I would not rely on this for gluten free specials but they do stock all the staples.

If you do decide to travel self catered then I really would recomend this location as it is a beautiful spot and the staff are amazing.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-09-11

Adriana Restaurant
Split Waterfront, Split View On Map
Situated on the main waterfront promenade in Split, in front of Diocletian's Palace, we stopped at this restaurant after a morning spent exploring. The waiter seemed quite knowledgable and was one of few people we met on our trip who seemed to understand coeliacs and not just acknowledge the facts that we couldn't eat gluten. WIth his help we settled for Black Rissotto (a cuttlefish risotto blackened with the ink) that would be safe. He even showed genuine concern on delivering the meal that he hadn't checked to see if the Parmesan cheese was safe. All in all this was a lovely restuarant in a nice loaction with extremely good staff. I would definitely suggest trying it out.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-09-09

Restoran Pitomcia
Podstrana, Split View On Map
We ate at this restaurant which was just a couple of hundred yards down the beach from our villa twice during our stay. On the first night we arrived to a pleasant atmosphere as there was a large group eating inside whilst we sat on the terrace. The waiter/owner was extremly friendly and after presenting him with our phrase cards he was able to help us with making choices from the varied menu. In the end we settled on a plate of mussels which were delicious.

On the second occasion the restaurant was almost empty but we still had an enjoyable experience. We would highly recomend this restaurant to anyone staying in Podstrana.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-09-08

Pizzeria Kaleta
Trogir, Split View On Map
After arriving in Trogir, we soon found ourselves looking for somewhere nice to eat. Along the seafront all the restaurants seemed to be much the same so we plumped for one that looked to be in a nice location and had enough guests to suggest that the quality of food would be ok. Armed with the cards that we had printed out pre trip the waitress was extremely helpful, helping to lead us away from those items which would contain gluten. In the end we plumped for a basic Greek salad as we weren't that hungry but she alert enough to point out we would need without 'yellow' as that might contain gluten. If you are really sensitive then I couldn't say that this restaurant would be 100% ok for you but we were able to get a nice meal with extremely nice staff who even helped us in our quest to learn a few basic Croatian words.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-09-07