The Fruška Gora is a mountain range and a national park, located between the Sava river and the Danube. The massif is known for its wine and is the home to sixteen Orthodox monasteries. The most important and famous one is the Krušedol Monastery. However, don't miss those of Grgeteg, Staro and Novo Hopovo and Vrdnik, all of which are worth a visit. The National Park offers a multitude of activities in a beautiful mountain range. The park stretches over a length of 80 km between Sremski Karlovci and Šid. The landscape is made up of wooded hills and undulating valleys, at an average altitude of 440 m. The park is composed mainly of large forests of conifers and deciduous trees where it is good to have a walk and do all kinds of sports activities. It also offers the opportunity to admire a wide variety of flora and fauna. More than 200 species of birds, including the famous black eagle, but also 60 species of felines and 23 species of reptiles are visible in this reserve of more than 25,000 ha. Deer, foxes, wild cats, pheasants, ducks, partridges, but also imperial eagles and hawks are among the most preserved animals here and cohabit with 1,500 plant species. The park is also great for fishing in a great environment, especially in the three artificial ponds around the village of Erdevik to the east.