Unleash your inner Emeril Lagasse. After boating to a local farm, you'll pick, prep, and eat mussels (or fish) for lunch, paired with refreshing local wine. When you've relaxed, the option to visit Our Lady of the Rocks island is presented. This pleasant Kotor tour is ideal for the traveler interested in lunching in a unique, comfortable setting.
Your coastal dining adventure starts when your English-speaking guide transports you (by boat) to a coastal farm. You'll reach a private pier to pick mussels from the bay and even try your hand at fishing.
Afterward, an authentic and delicious culinary experience awaits. See how locals prepare the meal, then relax drinking homemade wine (one bottle is included for every four guests) as you begin an all-you-can-eat mussels feast in an idyllic setting far from touristy crowds.
This Kotor tour may be combined with a visit to Our Lady of the Rocks Island and/or a private walking tour of Old Town Kotor. Book now for a rare and succulent lunch you'll be sure to remember for years to come. Please note: If anyone in your group is allergic to shellfish, or is not a seafood lover, please mention this at the time of booking so an alternate meal can be arranged.
Reviewer: Maurice Fykes
As the picture depicts, we arrived at a beach area after cruising through a field of orange buoys to which the mussel nets were suspended and then on to shore. We were directed to a covered patio with 4 tables and benches then given a quick tour of the facilities and introduced to the staff. Shortly there after, we were given some bread and a bottle of outstanding white wine. Before we knew it, our host had placed the most beautiful pan of mussels and lemon wedges on our table. The aroma was wonderful and after tasting my first few, I was certain that I have never had mussels as fresh and tasty as these. After devouring that pan and being very satisfied, out comes ANOTHER pan of mussels. The wine was great, the mussels delicious, and we were stuffed. This excursion ""All About Mussels"", was truly a diamond in the rough. Our small group highly recommends this excursion through Shore Excursion Group as one of the best.