Bela Crkva is located in the furthest southeast of Banat, and as a tourist destination it is known for its lakes. There are seven Bela Crkva lakes, two of which are urbanized and arranged for tourism, with all summer facilities. There is also accommodation in villas and apartments tucked away in greenery. You can also find accommodation with local hosts, as well as in as many as three camps, one of which is on Gradsko Lake, and two on Vračevgajsko, which we especially single out for this season because as many as two new beaches with interesting facilities will be completely arranged. On the lakes you can swim, sail, dive, ride pedal boats, fish, enjoy nature, and there is a lot going on in the evenings for young people.
For lovers of active holidays, Bela Crkva and its surroundings are a real little paradise, because there are three rivers in a small area, the Karas with its waterfalls and Gat beach in Jasenovo, where the largest open-air wood sculpture museum in Serbia is located. Then the river Nera, the last untamed and the only mountain river in Vojvodina, with its rapids is a real oasis in the summer, and of course, the river Danube and Stara Palanka (12km) widely known for restaurants with fish specialties, as well as regular ferry passenger cargo transportation on the route Stara Palanka – Ram. This is where our largest hydraulic system of the D-T-D canal ends. In addition to rivers, there are protected areas of Deliblato Sands, a special nature reserve, with “Labudovo okno” (Swan’s Basin), on the bank of the Danube, which is one of the most important bird habitats and fish hatcheries in Serbia, as well as increasingly popular among hikers and lovers of hiking and nature, fairytale like Zagajica hills. You can visit all these sites on your own or accompanied by a guide, both on foot and by bike. As many as two international bicycle routes, EUROVELO 6 and EUROVELO 13, pass through the territory of the municipality of Bela Crkva.
Bela Crkva is also a place of rich tradition and cultural and historical heritage. In the old town there is a regional historical archive, a museum with the longest tradition in Vojvodina, then the Roman Catholic Church of St. Anne, the Russian Church, the legacy of the White Russians, then the Romanian and Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Peter and Paul which is the oldest (1780). Immediately above the old city center rises the lookout called “The Three Crosses”, with a unique view of Bela Crkva and its surroundings. There is also the century-old City Park, which in the summer is interesting for relaxation both during the day and in the evening, where a rich cultural, artistic and entertainment program is organized. The summer tourist season in Bela Crkva begins at the end of June and is always officially opened by the oldest manifestation of this type in Serbia – the Bela Crkva Carnival (this year due to the pandemic – in the second half of August).