The Šid municipality is situated in the south-west part of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, in the west Srem. Territorially, it also belongs to the southern part of the Pannonian plain and north-west part of Serbia.

This, relatively young settlement is mentioned for the first time in 1702. The municipality’s territory covers an area of 687 square kilometres. Šid is also a border municipality with six border crossings and hence possesses is great potential for the development of transit tourism. The municipality encompasses of 19 settlements, the only town and the biggest settlement of municipality is Šid.

The municipality comprises nineteen settlements (Batrovci, Ilinci, Morović, Jamena, Vašica, Višnjićevo, Kukujevci, Adaševci, Bačinci, Erdevik, Privina glava, Ljuba, Sot, Berkasovo, Bingula, Molovin, Bikić do, Gibarac and Šid), the only urban settlement, the largest town and the centre of the municipality is Šid.

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TOURISM ORGANISATION OF ŠID MUNICIPALITY
Address: Cara Lazara 7, Šid
Phone: +381 (0)22 710 088
E-mail: tourismsid@gmail.com
Web: www.tourismsid.rs
Facebook: https://sr-rs.facebook.com/turizam.sid/


IZVOR BANJA – Šid

In the nearness of Fruška Gora it is possible to find underground waters. When you start near lake Bruje after a few kilometers there is Erdevik resort known as “Izvor Banja”. It is supposed that in the Roman time this place was one of their most famous resorts. Today the water from the well, through…

OVERNIGHT STAY “ANĐELIN SAN” – Šid

The overnight stay “Anđelin San” in Šid offers many catering services at very affordable prices. Within the building there is a restaurant with a cuisine offering a wide selection of food and beverages. Besides that there is a banquet hall, rooms and apartments with air conditioning and TVs. It also features an entertainment club where…

LAKE SOT – Sot

Lake Sot is located ten kilometers away from Šid, on the main Šid- Ilok road. Its area spreads on 33 acres and an average depth is about four meters. The gentle hillsides of Fruška Gora, oak tree and hornbeam forests, which cover about 90% of the park, famous vineyards and ancient monasteries attract attention of…