Settlement: Čortanovci


Čortanovci, a famous picnic area within the Fruška Gora National Park, is an interesting rural settlement located on the banks of the Danube. In addition to natural treasures ​​and wonders, it is an area rich in cultural and historical monuments: remains of Neolithic settlements, remains of a Roman fortress, the Holy Spring Savinac, where St. Sava stayed on his trip to the Kovilj Monastery and Villa Stankovic – the villa of the royal governor Radenko Stanković.

This picturesque village boasts one of the most beautiful beaches in this part of the Danube, where the classic film “Varljivo leto ’68” (The Elusive Summer of ’68) was shot, attractive sandbanks and islands, the natural ambience of the Forest of Mihaljevac (Mihaljevačka šuma), and is recommended for lovers of sports and recreation – active holidays in the nature.