Domaćinstvo peima goste od maja do novembra.
THIS HOUSEHOLD DOES NOT PROVIDE ACCOMMODATION SERVICES.
Traditional dishes are prepared, when guests say what they’d like to try, and the recipes for these dishes are taken from the old women from the neighborhood. Of course, guest can ask for the vegetarian food, or food prepared without some ingredients, those he/she is allergic to.
March: making brandy
April: fruit pruning
May: planting vegetables
June: collecting mushrooms
July: fields hoeing and mowing
August: picking early plums
September: picking plums, apples and pears, making juices, jams, compotes, fruit drying
October: making winter stores (pickling cabbage)
Tasting of products: YES
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: YES
Horse riding: NO
Organization of field trips: YES
Children props: YES
Bed sheets and towels: YES
Foreign languages in use in household: YES
Fatić family stays in the village at times, especially when farm works are due, works such as planting, fruit pruning, mowing, fruit picking and harvesting crops. Family tradition is fruit growing and farming. There are three generations living in the family, Duška, the grandmother, and her 3 sons with their families. Some edible mushrooms (chanterelle and boletus) can be found close to the house, at the farm during spring and fall.
Basic activity of the family is fruit growing and farming. They make their own plum, pear and apple brandy, but they also make juices and jams, compotes and preserves. They dry apples, pears and plums. If you happen to visit at the right time, you can take part in these activities.
The household is situated 13 km away from Andrijevica. The Mojan Hostel is located very close to the house, some 500 m away. Guests can take a hiking trail from the house and reach Štavna Mountain. It will take around 2 hours to get there. You can reach the Mojan or KučkiKom mountains by off-road vehicle.