Fruska Gora National Park
For the flatlands of Vojvodina, Fruska Gora is an exceptional gift of nature and its greatest decoration. This low mountain which hugs the banks of the Danube River and stretches in the east-west direction, is about 80 kilometers long.
Its highest park Crveni Cot is 539 meters above sea level. The valleys of Fruska Gora are covered with meadows and grain fields, vineyards and orchardsspread over its slopes and glades while its higher parts, above 300 meters, are covered by dense deciduous forests.
The greatest concentration of linden trees in Europe is in this park, which giving it its distinctive characteristic. About 700 species of medicinal herbs can be found here. Animal life includes deer, mouflons, boar, lynx and marten.
The numerous monasteries with their frescoes and libraries situated on picturesque glades on the forest covered mountain represent monuments of exceptional value and beauty. The national park covers an area of 22,460 hectares and the park management office is in Sremski Karlovci.
Fruska Gora is a very popular excursion destination. Accommodation facilities provide for rest, recreation and sports.Fruska Gora can be reached by road: from Novi Sad, Ruma and Belgrade.