Food tour Vipava Valley
EUR 135 per person
Centuries-old wine tradition and simple but delicious local food make Vipava Valley perfect destination for food lovers.
On this food tour, you will taste traditional prosciutto, goat milk products, and indigenous wine varieties from this area. You will meet and discuss the production processes with passionate farmers, prosciutto producers, and winemakers that work with nature, and follow old local traditions.
CO2 per TOUR
IncludedFood tour Vipava ValleyExperienced local guideTransfer100% funWine tasting
Not IncludedMTB bikeE-bikePaddle board
Meet your guide
Meet your guide in the town of Vipava or Ajdovščina at your preferred time. Our guide will present a rich history of Vipava Valley and put into perspective why we have such interesting local cuisine.
Visit the heritage farm
Meet the friendly owners who will welcome you to their homestead. Taste the various goat milk products.
Visit the town of Vipavski Križ
Take a walk around the narrow streets of one of the smallest medieval towns in Slovenia. Learn about the rich history and intriguing anecdotes while having a coffee break at the main square.
Visit a prosciutto producer
For your last stop, you will visit the most prominent prosciutto producer in the area, a family-run farm. Learn how they produce traditional Vipava Valley prosciutto and what role does our famous wind Burja take in it.
For long centuries Vipava Valley was known as a garden for surrounding regions, providing fresh fruits and vegetable almost year-round.
For long centuries Vipava Valley was known as a garden for surrounding regions, providing fresh fruits and vegetable almost year-round. Winemakers were selling their wine all over the Austro-Hungarian empire. Hardworking farmers were carrying their fresh vegetables and meat on the market to Trieste and nearby Gorizia. Today, the valley offers numerous opportunities for food experiences. From award-winning restaurants to agro-tourism farms and local food producers, Vipava Valley is indeed food paradise. Visit a local farm or a winemaker, taste their products and listen to their fascinating stories about family traditions.
2 - 3 persons: 135 € / person
4 - 5 persons: 95 € / person
6- 8 persons: 85 € / person