Despite the lengthy process of pinca-making, the locals enthusiastically and successfully demonstrate how this traditional sweet bread is kneaded and baked. Hardworking housewives bake their Easter sweet breads differently, according to their own recipes, which they happily share with guests. In addition to the sweet breads baked in Paladnjaki, housewives from all over Istria bring their own products, including Easter eggs and other pastries. There is also a special “egg-picking” tournament where coins are thrown towards a hard-boiled egg. The winner is awarded with cured meat products from Pršutana Jelenić. The manifestation offers rich cultural and entertainment program. Traditional melodies and singing accompany the whole event. In addition to the sweet dishes, you can also enjoy our Easter lunch. On Easter day, this is a meal characterized by boiled eggs, dried pork meat and green onions. Did we mention that all the food brought to the exhibition is later handed out to the visitors? Namely, after the winners of best sweet breads are announced, all the food is given to the guests so that everyone can try the products made by our hardworking housewives. Even the biggest “pinca” in the world, weighing as much as 36kg, is cut and shared with the visitors. On the lawn in front of the Agritourism, next to the pool overlooking the Lim valley (the longest in Croatia), there is an exhibition and sales area where homemade sausages, prosciutto, eggs, asparagus, chocolate, wine, desserts, “pince” and souvenirs are sold. Visitors enjoy homemade, seasonal foods, beautiful nature and unique views. Therefore, Agritourism Paladnjaki is often too small for all the guests that visit this tiny village and its beautiful Easter manifestation.