If you book a holiday home in Slavonia, you will find yourself in the Eastern part of Croatia. This is the most fertile part of the country, making Slavonia the 'grain-store' of Europe. Slavonia is located between the rivers Drava and Sava. Here, you can still enjoy many old customs such as traditional dress and old family recipes. Spoil yourself in a luxury holiday villa with a pool in Slavonia and find out more about this traditional region.
A holiday home in Slavonia offers many options. From traditional village festivals to modern thermal springs and breathtaking natural parks. In the authentic villages of Slavonia you can enjoy a relaxing holiday in peace and quiet, where you don't have to worry about anything. Go back in time and discover the culture of Croatia. Visit the palace in Pozega or the Baroque fortress from the 18th century, in the town of Slavonski Brod. Or take a day trip to Kopache Rit, a wetland area on the River Drava where you can participate in various water sports. Get to know the area with endless cycling and walking tours through the beautiful landscape and enjoy your well-earned break during a holiday in Slavonia.
In a holiday home in Slavonia, all you can do is relax. After all, the largest city in this region, Osijek, is known as the most relaxed city in Croatia. With various parks, friendly people and cosy cafés and restaurants, it is almost impossible to rush in this lovely city. Walk or cycle through the streets of this beautiful city which is peppered with a range of characteristic buildings. Osijek is a real student city which, in summer, is filled with young people who enjoy nothing more than a snack and drink by the water's edge. Lovers of culture can visit in Tvrda, the former home of the City Guard, St. Peter and Paul a 90 meter high Gothic cathedral, and the museum of Slavonia with an art collection which runs from prehistoric times to the present. Discover the story of the city of Osijek from your holiday home in Slavonia.
Stay among nature in one of the Belvilla holiday homes in Slavonia and walk straight from your holiday home into the forest. Climb Mount Papuk in the Papuk Geopark, a national park with an impressive rocky landscape. Or visit the renaissance castle Odeschalchi located in Ilok. Here, there is an annual parade of Lippizaners (horses), a lively festival organised in honour of horse breeding.Slavonia is the largest wine region of Croatia with wine towns such as Dakovo, Nova and the mountains of Dilj. Why not experience a few wine tastings and then end the day with a plate of home made goulash in one of the local restaurants? Experience a wonderful holiday full of culture and adventure in the Croatian interior, from a Belvilla holiday home in Slavonia.
The most important places to visit in Slavonia are the Museum of Slavonia,Vučedol Culture Museum, Ljubljana and Škocjan Caves.
Some of the must try activities in Slavonia are-
Some of the recommended dishes in Slavonia are Slavonski kulen, Cobanac Stew, Baranjski kulen and Šaran u rašljama.
The months from April to July are the best to visit Slavonia.