Bela Crkva is a small town on the very south of Banat, some 96 km from Belgrade towards east. Beautiful nature, old streets and baroque fasades, parks and lakes make Bela Crkva the tourist oasis. Quite and austere lifestyle make the visitors feel relaxed and refreshed. The town lies in the fertile and vine-growing valley, on the 89,5 m altitude. Rivers Karaš and Nera run through the Bela Crkva basin.

In the western part of the town there is a complex of artificial lakes, the Danube-Tisa-Danube canal and the Danube itself. Deliblatska peščara (the so-called “European desert”) is a unique special nature reserve which is situated some 15 km from Bela Crkva. Mountain air which streams down from the Carpathians, the big number of sunny days in a year, home cooking and opulence of fruit and the fruit products (like brandy) are all ingredients of true relaxation and unforgettable vacation.

Bela Crkva municipality includes the town of Bela Crkva and the following villages: Banatska Palanka, Banatska Subotica, Vračev Gaj, Grebenac, Dobričevo, Dupljaja, Jasenovo, Kajtasovo, Kaluđerovo, Kruščica, Kusić, Crvena Crkva, Češko Selo.

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