Fruska Gora was an island in the former Pannonian Sea. Today, this 539 meters high mountain, the dominant land mass of the entire Pannonian Plain. Fruška gora, thanks to its natural potentials, geographical position and rich history, offers plenty of content for different types of tourism. For those who want to spend a pleasant holiday in Serbia, in a beautiful natural environment,

Western Serbia consists of idyllic tourist sites, mountains and rural areas where tradition and heritage are very important. The central identity of the region is: Discovering life in tradition and nature. The whole area is perfect for nature lovers where it is possible to do a lot of different activities. In the region of Western Serbia

On the geographical map of the world, there are landscapes of so unreal beauty as if they were created by artists, the landscapes 'painted' by a soul. Luxurious castles, mysterious gardens, old windmills in the middle of grain fields, wide rivers that flow 'arm in arm' through fertile Pannonia plain, a sweep squeaking in

Canyoning means passing and descending through a riverbed with or without equipment. Lowering waterfalls and walls with or without ropes, crawling through cracks, jumping into pools filled with water and diving, are the main activities on canyoning. The emergence of the canyoning reaches into the distant past, when it was to enter and draw in every place in the vicinity

Mountaineering is a popular recreational activity that entails pleasure in conquering peaks, the beauty of mountainous areas, overcoming difficulty with others because usually hikers are in the group. As the start date of hiking is taken August 8, 1786 when French physician Michel Gabriel Paccard and guide Jacques Balmat climbed to the top of Mont Blanc (4,810 m). On that ascent