Rural tourism

Aleksa Santic
Aleksa Šantić

Aleksa Santic is the youngest village in the Sombor municipality, located in the northeastern part of the municipality. The population is mostly engaged in farming and fruit growing as Aleksa Santic is surrounded by 5277 hectares of fertile land. The oldest part of village was built between 1923 and 1926. However, the mention of settlement in the Santic area dates back to 1468. The census in the Bodrog County mentions a settlement Sara, on the location of the Sara heath. The village was formed for the purposes of Serbian volunteers from the First World War. In 1924, the village was named after a poet, Aleksa Santic....

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Backi Breg
Backi Breg

The village is situated on the intersection of Croatia, Hungary and Serbia. Near Backi Breg is the border crossing with neighboring Hungary. It is situated at the end of the international way through our country. Besides the river Plazovic, there are many swamp areas in the village, the most important being: Zmijiste and Gornja Pasarina. The old village was always located on the Danube road connecting the southern areas and the middle Danube. Actually the word Bereg, of Old Slavic origin, means "a river bank". The first mention of settlement dates back to 1319. Backi Breg, due to the proximity of the border crossing,...

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Backi Monostor
Backi Monostor

Located 15 kilometers west of Sombor.
They call it "the pearl of the Upper Danube". It is situated between a beautiful forest, "hugged" by the water of the Danube. Today’s settlement was built during the eighteenth century on the former site of the medieval town Bodrog which mysteriously disappeared into the Danube. Backi Monoštor is decorated with authentic cultural heritage that is reflected in the multitude of native traditions, folklore, language, traditional costumes, food and music which has retained its basic shape for more than 200 years. Backi Monoštor is known for hunting areas,...

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MONOŠTOR KROZ KLJUČAONICU

Bački Monoštor – vojvođansko selo okruženo misterioznim dunavskim rukavcima, kanalima i mirisnim šumama, pruža vam priliku da osetite duh tradicije očuvan u prelepim nošnjama i etno-kućama, posetite zanatlije koji se bave već polako zaboravljenim starim zanatima, uživate u gastronomskim specijalitetima i domaćim proizvodima.

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Tomina oaza

Kanalska bb, Bački Monoštor

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EVROPSKI AMAZON – program za dečije ekskurzije

Bački Monoštor – vojvođansko selo okruženo misterioznim dunavskim rukavcima, kanalima i mirisnim šumama, pruža vam priliku da osetite duh tradicije očuvan u prelepim nošnjama i etno-kućama, posetite zanatlije koji se bave već polako zaboravljenim starim zanatima, uživate u gastronomskim specijalitetima i domaćim proizvodima.

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ZLATNO PODUNAVLJE - program za penzionere

10:00 h Doček gostiju u etno-kući Bački Monoštor, degustacija domaćih sokova i rakije, prigodna priča o načinu života ovoga sela pre 100 i više godina

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Bezdan
Bezdan

Bezdan is a rural settlement set on the left bank of the river Danube near the border with Hungary and Croatia and it is located 18km (11.18 miles) to the north from Sombor. It’s extraordinary geographical position and beautiful landscape provides a great tourist potential.
Weaving workshop for silk damask "Novitet-Dunav"
Cultural heritage protected by the government.
Žrtava fašizma 2, Bezdan
tel: +381 25 810 137 ,810-930
web: www.novitet-dunav.co.rs
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Conoplja
Čonoplja

An 14th century settlement, Čonoplja is set some 12 kilometers (7.45 miles) north-east from Sombor, on the meeting of loess plateau and loess terrace. The village itself is surrounded by surface waters represented by Čonopljan pond and Kljajićevo stream which contain water only in the periods of rainy season. The village has approximately 4359 inhabitants and is represented by a vast area of agricultural land, most suitable for crops.
Čonopljan Lake
Reservoir Lake set north-east from the village on the road to the village Pačir is a great attraction for all visitors. The lake itself...

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Gakovo
Gakovo

Gakovo je naselje u opštini Sombor, smešteno u blizini granice sa Mađarskom i Hrvatskom. Selo nije bilo naseljeno do polovine XVIII veka, kada je odlukom Bečkog dvora počelo naseljavanje ovog područja. U prvoj polovini XIX veka od 1500 stanovnika većina su bili Nemci. Dalji razvoj sela sela uslovile su istorijsko - ekonomske prilike i slaba plodnost zemljišta. Nakon odlaska Nemaca posle Drugog svetskog rata, naselje je gotovo opustelo. Gakovo danas ima 2201 stanovnika. Centralni deo sela krase široke ulice, a u selu postoji fudbalski klub, pošta i škola.
Seoska...

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Doroslovo
Doroslovo

Doroslovo is set on the north-west part of the West Bačka district and it’s the last settlement in this part of Sombor municipality. The village is set 21 kilometers (13 miles) from Sombor. The first record of Doroslovo as a settlement dates from 1313. The name of the village has always been the same ever since it was first inhabited.
The majority of the village population is Hungarian or people of Hungarian descent and it has a precious variety of ethnic customs.
The Holly Well – The Water of Holly Mary
The well is set at the end of the road towards the village of...

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Kljajićevo
Kljajićevo

Archeological finds show that some 13 kilometers (8 miles) from Sombor, the village Kljajićevo, a unique settlement, dates since neolith.
The village that is know today is named after national hero Miloš Kljajić and it’s a fertile land suitable for farming which is the most important branch of agriculture in this area. The village is a typical settlement found in Vojvodina province with wide streets and compact housing. The very core of the village, the oldest part is called Krčevine. Today, the village has 6.012 inhabitants.
Catholic Church
Dedicated to Blessed...

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Kolut
Kolut

A geographically well place, Kolut is a village surrounded by Danube’s meanders on the west and south, and on the east it’s surrounded by river Plazović. The river has had a huge impact in the growth of the village as well as the Baja canal. Swamps occupy a vast area with the surface of more than 294 hectare. The village provides a road that leads straight to the Hungarian border and on the other side a road to the village Bački Breg. Kolut is an old settlement and it was first mentioned in 1261. under the name of Kulod by the landlord family name of Kilod.
The Cultural Collective of Kolut was...

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Rastina
Rastina

Rastina is set near the Hungarian border, some 22 kilometers (13 miles) from Sombor. The geographical placing of the village is quite unfavorable since no major roads are running through it and it’s connected to Sombor through the village Gakovo.
The settlement is first mentioned in the 14th century under the name of Harasti. Until mid 19th century the village was a private land of baron Redl and in the second half of the same century it was considered to be a part of the village Stanišić. Since then until the end of Second World War it was a part of the village Riđica. It has acquired the status...

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Ridjica
Riđica

Riđica is the northernmost town of Sombor municipality and its only 2 kilometers ( 1.24 miles) away from the state border with Hungary. Archeological findings confirm that this village has been inhabited even in the ancient times.
The oldest written records of the village date from 1346. and are in Hungarian language, when the settlement of Reg is mentioned. The settlement then was under the ruling of a Hungarian member of the royal family. The Cobor family, which then owned the land today known as the city of Sombor, acquires the settlement of Reg (Riđica) in 1399. The name Riđica itself as we know it...

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Stanisic
Stanišić

Stanišić is one of the biggest settlements in Sombor municipality. It’s set on the slope of the loess plateau where the plateau meets Bačka loess plateau. The legal act of giving the settlement as a gift to Pal Serényi, a royal count and respected royal dignitary, represents the first record about this village. The village has been populated with Serbian ethnic group from Baračke and Dautovo since 1763. After the Second World Ward many families from Dalmatia (Croatia) have moved to this area. The name Stanišić dates from 1832.
The village celebrates its Slava on 19th of August...

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Stapar
Stapar

The village is located 13 kilometer south from Sombor on the loess plateau between Mali Bački canal on the east and Sombor – Odžaci canal on the west. The village was first formed as a settlement of colonizers who started inhabiting the Stapar heath in 1752. Most of the settlers were from Bokčenović and Vranješevo, which do not exist anymore and later from the village Prigrevica. The first significant colonization of Germans started in 1748. which made the current settlers very unhappy hence they started intercepting ships on the Danube, that carried the new colonizers, killing the people onboard and loathing the ships. The...

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Svetozar Miletic
Svetozar Miletić

The village is located at the north-west parts of Bačka in the valley of Telečka plateau. A railroad and a north-east highway connects the village with Subotica and south-west highway connects the village with Sombor.
Chapel dedicated to Gospa od Milosrđa
On the hill around the church a little chapel built in 1924. is located. The chapel was renovated some 10 years ago and the pilgrimage ground was renewed some 4 years ago, when it acquired the appearance that it has today.
Musica Viva
An all girls’ choir was founded in 2001. and has many diplomas and accolades from various...

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Telecka
Telečka

Telečka is located on the eastern part of Sombor municipality, 9 kilometers from Kljajićevo and 22 kilometers from Sombor. It is the smallest and the least populated settlements in the municipality. The village is set on the western part of the Bačka loess plateau on its west side that carries the same name as the village.
Museum of tobacco and blacksmith trade
Šipoš Đerđa 50, Telečka
founder: Ištvan Kovač
tel: +381 25 864 082
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