This natural complex is located within the town boundaries, 500m from the centre of Sremski Karlovci. Once among the oldest botanical gardens in the country, it boasted a nursery with a rich variety of trees. It expands on two levels. In the upper level there are sports and recreational facilities, while in the lower part there is a walkway winding through a large park with dense vegetation. The Royal Garden is a romantic meeting place for young people; most beautiful photographs of newlyweds are often taken here, and it is also praised in the anthem of Karlovci Grammar School students.


This is the most famous picnic ground within the National Park “Fruška Gora“. It is situated 5 km away from Sremski Karlovci. Due to the fame and importance of the poet Branko Radicević, whose tomb is located on Stražilovo, this is also the famous place of pilgrimage for the pupils and the poets.


The viticulture and winemaking of Vojvodina is among the oldest and most significant ones in this part of Europe. It is believed that the Roman emperor Probus planted the first grapevines in this area. Wine production reached its peak in the Austro-Hungarian times, when local wine was distributed to the royal court in Vienna, to Poland, and shipped to America. Vojvodina is the first Serbian region to become a member of the Association of Wine Regions of Europe. Most wineries are located in Fruška gora, counting over 50 of them. Almost all international wine varieties are represented here, as well as those that exude the uniqueness of the region, such as some old varieties named Kadarka, Slankamenka, Seduša or Sremska Zelenika Crna, in addition to Portugizer, Grašac or Italian Riesling, but also more recent ones, such as Neoplanta, Sila and Probus.

Tourists are offered guided visits to cellars with wine tasting, tours of vineyards, and attending festivals. Natural and cultural heritage provide a complementary value to wine tourism in Sremski Karlovci.


The Danube is an international river 2,857 km in length (21st in the world, 2nd longest in Europe), and its catchment area is 817,000 km2 (25th in the world). The Danube riverbed stretches through the territories of nine countries (Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine). The section through Serbia is 588 km long, and at a length of 230 km it runs along the state border. The Danube has exceptional complementary values along the river banks, with significant cultural and historical heritage, archeological sites, vineyards with wine cellars, as well as a canal network, marshes and special nature reserves, river beaches and much more. Sremski Karlovci is located on the right bank of the Danube.


This unique wetland nature reserve is located in southeastern Bačka, in the inundation area of the middle course of the Danube. The staple values of this area are the preservation and diversity of original orographic and hydrographic forms of marshes (holms, backwaters, ponds, swamps), preservation and abundance of original plant communities of marshes (forests, meadows, reeds, woodlands) and diversity and richness of fauna (206 species of birds and 24 species of fish), especially the presence of rare and endangered species. Due to its exceptional natural values, Koviljsko-Petrovaradinski Rit was declared an internationally important bird habitat (IBA) in 1989, and in 2005 acknowledged as an internationally important plant area (IPA). In 2004 this nature reserve was listed as a protected area dependent on water, and essential for the Danube basin (ICPDR), as well as entered on the list of wetlands of the Ramsar Convention (2012).

The educational trail at the ‘Kurjačka greda’ site is 1000 m long, and it is suitable for smaller groups of visitors.

‘Šlajz’ Locality – The locality offers of boat rentals for boat rides and fishing.

‘Tikvara’ Nature Park – It is located beside the embankment, next to the local road, and in the immediate vicinity of the Kovilj Monastery. On the site there is an Environmental-educational centre consisting of an outdoor classroom with benches and tables, as well as a bird observatory (capacity of 20-30 students) with a view of the surroundings dominated by woods and swamps.

The Kovilj Monastery, which dates back to the 13th century, can be integrated into tourist itineraries as it bears special significance and attraction in this area.


  • Plane tree, situated in the yard of the Lower Church (Mitropolita Stratimirovića 78), represents a unique example of this type of tree in Vojvodina due to its height of over 30 meters and its age of over 150 years. Since 1960 it has been under the state protection as a rare natural monument of the first category.
  • Wild Chestnut tree (Mitropolita Stratimirovića 86) is almost 200 years old. As an important natural value, it belongs to the third category of natural monuments.
  • Two Yew-Trees on the yard of the Grammar School (Trg Branka Radičevića 2), as protected natural values belong to the third category. It is estimated that they are approximately 100 years old.
  • Yew-Tree, situated in the park of the Patriarchy Residence, is approximately 90 years old and it belongs to the third category of natural monuments.
  • Black Mulberry (Mitropolita Stratimirovića 137) represents a protected natural monument of the third category. It is over 220 years old.