Krčedin is an interesting village in the municipality of Inđija, located on the slopes of Fruška Gora near the bank of the Danube and it is extremely appealing to tourists. North of the village, on the right bank of the Danube, a settlement of holiday homes was formed, which consists of about 2,000 cottages. Next to the bank, there are several sandy hills with beautiful beaches with excellent conditions for swimming and other types of recreation.
The left bank of the Danube, overgrown with Canadian poplar forests, with the spacious Island of Krčedin (Krčedinska ada), numerous distributaries and ponds, is a true paradise for lovers of nature, ecology, hunting, fishing and photo safaris. The Island of Krčedin, with a 10 km long shore and an area of almost nine square kilometres, belongs to the group of the largest Danube islands from the confluence of the Drava to the confluence of the Tisza into the Danube. It is separated from the land by the Gardinovci Distributary (Gardinovački Rukavac, a.k.a. Dunavac), which leads to the whole network of other distributaries and ponds.