The Fruška Gora national park is located in the north-west of Belgrade, along the right bank of the Danube.
As many as 35 temples were built herein between the 15th and 18th century, with 15 orthodox monasteries surviving to this day. Due to their cultural and historic significance, the monasteries were put under UNESCO protection, and the mountain is often called
Serbian Holy Mountain for its numerous monasteries. In addition to the monasteries, there are attractive artificial lakes, numerous recreational centres, meadows and fields providing opportunities for an active vacation. The peaks of Fruška Gora, which provide breathtaking views of Bačka, Srem, Mačva and Šumadija, may be reached from different directions; travellers from Belgrade usually take the Novi Sad highway to the exit at the Beška village towards Sremski Karlovci. The road then leads through vivid vineyards, orchards and forests to the mountaintops and numerous places for rest and recreation. The road from Novi Sad goes through Petrovaradin and Sremski Karlovci, to Iriški Venac, one of the most beautiful peaks of Fruška Gora. There are other interesting localities such as Zmajevac, Hopovo, Krušedol or Popović.