Went here for a tour and were happy with everything. The tour guide was great. We paid for a cheese tasting for 1 since I'm the only one who wanted it. But it was enough for the kids to try a few too. 5 kinds...More
About Gligora Dairy
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Gligora is a small cheese factory that produces variety of cheeses but is most famous for its "paški sir", the cheese from Pag, made from sheep milk. The tour was very informative, the guide spoke both Croatian and English and the best part was cheese...More
We experienced a very interesting(but quite short) excursion through the cheese factory. The guide was good, he spoke English fluently, always answered questions. We were quite disappointed with the fact that you need reservation for cheese tasting. The offer in shop was good, the shopkeeper...More
Great adventure during summer vacation. Visit inside production area was very interesting, specially with smart, funny, young boy leading the tour. Amount of cheese in maturation room is impressive as well as number of awards they won. Cheese tasting part is great adventure through wide...More
We visited this cheese factory after finding that they offer factory visit and cheese tasting in the morning time every hour. We have been surprised at first that there were only a couple of people but the tasting place was very big. The visit was...More
We did this as a day trip from Zadar, and it was a lot of fun. We got there midday without a reservation, and they added us and another couple to a bus tour of Canadians for the dairy tour. First though, we got a...More
Second time here. This time with friends. Lovely cheese tasting place, and interesting tour. Clean facility. Fun to taste blends and straight cheeses from cow, goat and ewe. Go to Pag island to enjoy the cheese and olive tasting and the tour!
Average tasting cheeses and overpriced.The cheese tour was too brief with no real knowledge of how to showcase their products.The cheeses are stored in an area where there is a lot of activity instead of being stored in maturing rooms away from unwanted germs. Their...More
Pros: variety of cheese and price for a cheese board and tour was 120kn for two, good bi-lingual tour guide. Cons: about 1hr from Zadar, not much else around on the baron island, so you need to like cheese!