Agricultural Family Farm Anica Bažika is registered since 2004. there are 150 olive trees and 70 fig trees on approximately 1ha, and we have 1000 grape vines of varieties Grk and Plavac mali. We have lemon trees, orange trees and tangerine trees on same location. Our main business are homemade products like spices from olive oil, fig jam with orange and cinnamon, fig cakes and dried figs, and tangerine jam, grape jam and orange jam. We also produce fruit liquors for personal use.
We are make stone souvenirs exclusively with marine motifs and views of Lumbarda.
Our products are sold on our doorstep/ are available at our house / as well as at the popular fishermen evenings in the center of Lumbarda every Friday during the summer.
If you have any interest in our products, please feel free to contact us by telephone: 00385 91 517 7426
Croatian Island Product 2019 – Fig Cake & Dried Figs in Wine Vinegar
Ana Bažika from the Island of Korčula has expanded her portfolio of island delicacies. In addition to Smokvenjak , traditional dried fig bread from island, her product assortment now incorporates dried figs in wine vinegar. The vinegar can be used as salad dressing for delicious, mouth-watering taste.
ZLATNA NARANCA AWARDS: BEST RURAL TOURISM SITES IN DUBROVNIK COUNTY
Family farm Anica Bažika in June 2019 was awarded with “The traditional product” as owner of the Croatian island product label for its special jams from lemon, orange, grape, tangerine, fig and for constantly inventing new products.
Croatian Island Product 2018 – Fresh fig jam with orange & Tangerine marmalade
Anica Bažika makes delicious marmalades and jams from dried ripe tangerine and fig fruits grown in the sunshine on the Island of Korčula. These preserves are a wonderful gift to take along from this island.
Croatian Festival of Jams and Marmalades
The eleventh Croatian festival of jams and marmalades was held from 29th of September to the 1st of October 2017 in the very heart of the Old City of Dubrovnik on the Stradun in front of the the St. Blaise Church. Small and specialised producers from all over the country were descend on the city bringing with them hundreds of varieties of natural marmalades, jams and jellies. Dressed in national costumes and presenting jams made from lemons, cherries, strawberries, plums, figs and oranges the festival is one of the highlights of early October in Dubrovnik. The aim of this festival is to promote and present the best that Croatia has to offer, with high-quality locally produced goods, the country has a rich heritage and jam making is part of the culture. During this manifestation, there was also rating of the products in which OPG Anica Bažika, Lumbarda received a bronze medal for tangerine marmalade in the category of marmalade.