Many visitors had the opportunity to enjoy the rich cuisine of organic farming, and old games and songs of the area Zagvozd, a municipality of 1,642 people tucked in between Imotski and Makarska.
Zagvozd held the event “Eco – Ethno project”, dedicated to the Nature Park Biokovo which includes the eponymous mountain range area of 195.5 square kilometers. The project was organized by the municipality of Zagvozd and the Public Institution Nature Park Biokovo. Buses were organized from Imotski and Makarska for patrons to attend the event, reports Dalmacija News.
As a prelude to the program, elementary school students from Zagvozd staged a puppet musical titled “Veliko putovanje malog puža” (A Lot of Travel a Little Snail). The afternoon’s lecture was held by Roman Ozimec titled “Old legumes, Biokovo”. This was followed by an appropriate cultural and artistic program and fair of domestic products, which was represented by a rich local cuisine called “Biokovski bronzin”.
Many visitors had the opportunity to enjoy the rich cuisine of organic farming, old games and songs and the presentation of how many managed in everyday domestic life.
This event symbolically marked 35 years of the Nature Park Biokovo.