SIRANA GLIGORA Ltd.
12 locals recommend
About this place
An artisan dairy where the Gligora family produce award-winning artisan cheeses such as Paški sir, Žigljen, Dinarski sir and more. Open for guided cheese tasting tours in Croatian, German and English.
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Island Pag is famous for its cheese that is produced from authentic sheep breed from Pag. In 2016. Gligora has won a price for the Worlds best cheese. This place is a cheese factory where you can hear and see the story about cheese production, and taste its finest products. Gligora Cheese factory is…
Sirana Gligora, a family dairy on the beautiful island of Pag in Croatia where a unique terroir, and age-old traditional cheese making practices combine with the latest dairy technology to produce an exquisite and remarkable cheese, Paški Sir.
Our famous Pag cheese with many of award winning medals in the world, locals are very proud of the cheese factory Gligora. a place you must visit and try some delicious cheese of every kind.
The Gligora cheese factory is run by a family wanting to provide only the best products to their customers. Producing cheese runs in the family, and they use only the best recipes, some dating back even to 1918.
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