Along the Sombor-Bečej canal and the railway and roadway which intersect mid-Bačka, there are 5 settlements which make the municipality of Kula: Crvenka, Ruski Krstur, Sivac, Kruščić, and Lipar. The multinational structure of the population is made of Serbs, Montenegrins, Croats, Ruthenians, Hungarians, Slovaks, Germans, Slovenians, Macedonians, and others. 10 km from Kula is the biggest Ruthenian settlement in Serbia – Ruski Krstur.
Kula is mentioned for the first time in the latter part of the 17th century. It was a settlement bordering with the Ottoman Empire and inhabited by the military. The place started to develop in the 18th century when various nations began to intensely settle into the area.
Kula is the place where many traditional amateur theatre plays are held. In Ruski Krstur, the traditional Ruthenian festival called the Red Rose is held every year.
A large selection of pastries, cakes, ice cream. There is another confectionery in the mall as “Mignon 2”.
The motel has 48 beds disposed in 25 rooms. Each room has air conditioning and Satellite TV. There is also a restaurant, aperitif bar, exchange office and meeting room in the motel. Within this tourist complex, there is a small sports center. It includes courts for tennis, basketball and beahc volleyball, football field, kart racing,…