Become a Gastro Nomad

Cook Dalmatian dishes like a local

Discover Dalmatian cuisine

Flavours that will enchant you

Dalmatian cuisine is one of the healthiest diets, sharing the ingredients with Mediterranean cuisine.

Sizzling seafood paella cooking on an open flame, with prawns, clams, and peas in a large traditional pan, embodying Mediterranean cuisine

The residents of Murter island have a strong bond with the sea and fishing is a part of everyday life.

Fresh Mediterranean salad with anchovies, olives, and mixed greens on a white plate, accompanied by crusty bread

They include fish and seafood in the daily cuisine, together with plenty of vegetables, prepared in a way that all the healthy ingredients remain a part of the meal.

Why not be like the locals and enjoy the typical flavours and traditional Mediterranean and Dalmatian gastronomy?

You can find many excellent restaurants in all of the towns of Murter, so start your gastronomic voyage through the island and discover your favourite Dalmatian dish!

Excellent local food

Find everything you need in Camping Jezera Lovišća

Don’t forget, an à la carte restaurant is just next door in the Camping Jezera resort, located right next to the beach in the Lovišća bay.

Octopus salad with fresh tomatoes, olives, and peppers served on a plate, a traditional Mediterranean dish.

You can enjoy a daily offer of fresh fish and seafood, as well as a variety of grilled dishes, in addition to Dalmatian specialities.

Sit on a spacious terrace with a stunning bay view while enjoying a delicious meal.

Just below the restaurant, you'll find a coffee bar and a pizzeria, where a daily snack is easily ordered between the swims.

Let's cook!

My grandma's recipe

If you want to impress your family with your culinary skills, here's a simple recipe you can try.

Steaming mussels 'buzara' style in a pot, a classic Adriatic seafood dish, prepared with garlic, wine, and herbs.

The secret to making this dish delicious is to use locally sourced, fresh ingredients available in Jezera town.

“Na buzaru” is a sauce made with fish or shellfish, and in this recipe, we will use mussels.

Extra virgin olive oil being poured into a glass bowl, accompanied by fresh olives, olive branches, and kitchen utensils, symbolizing Mediterranean cuisine.

This dish dates back to the time of the Venetian government in Dalmatia.


  • 1 kg of mussels
  • 1 dl of olive oil
  • 4-5 garlic cloves
  • 1 tablespoon of breadcrumbs
  • 2 dcl of white wine
  • Salt and pepper
  • Parsley
  • 2 dcl of tomato sauce (optional)

Stirr the magic

Awake your inner chef


Fresh garlic bulbs with cloves partially peeled, resting on a wooden chopping board, showcasing essential ingredients in culinary preparation

1. Rinse the mussels and make sure none of them are damaged or wide open. It's crucial to use fresh mussels

2. Heat the olive oil in a large pan, and add the garlic, parsley, and breadcrumbs. Stir briefly, making sure not to burn the mixture.

3. Once the mixture turns golden brown, add the mussels and white wine. Add a pinch of salt and pepper and cook for about 15 minutes on low heat. Be cautious while adding salt to the mussels as they already have a salty sea flavour. Stir the mussels occasionally to ensure they cook evenly.

A sumptuous dish of mussels served over seasoned rice in a black pan, accompanied by a glass of white wine and a bottle in the dim ambiance, invoking a cozy dining atmosphere

4. When all the mussels have opened up, your meal is ready! You can add tomato sauce if you like.

5. Serve hot and enjoy!