Auntie or Teta Smilja, as locals lovingly call her, opened her cozy shop back in 1994. Since then, her sweets—made using traditional and original recipes—have been featured in international magazines and won national awards. Packed to go, her klaštuni (walnut-filled dough) and amareti (almond cookies with lemon and orange) will make your walk around Korčula memorably sweet.
Indulge in Traditional Korcula Sweets
Pastry shop Cukarin on Korcula Island serves traditional local cakes such as this Klašun pastry with walnut and rose brandy filling. Yum!
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