About Požega

Surrounded by Mountains of Psunj, Papuk, Dilj and Pozeska Gora, the picturesque Pozega is where Croatian language was firstly practiced in public life. Being in Slavonian plain, a part known for its wines and dry meat products, it is a perfect destination for exploring the beauties of inland Croatia

Full of old palaces, churches, museums and promenades, Pozega offers numerous opportunities for strolling and enjoying the outdoors. The Tekija promenade features a water source of drinkable water, while the Old Town has playgrounds for children, and is advisable spots for family visit.

Guests of Pozega are also encouraged to visit Sokolovac hill, which provides a beautiful view of the surrounding valleys of Pozega.

Požega
34000, Požega, Croatia

The Frozen Forest of Jankovac

Winter brings a whole new level to beautiful Croatian sceneries, especially in the country’s Nature Parks and Reserves. One of them is Papuk, an impressive mountain area in northeast territories of Croatia.  It features an impressive forest called Jankovac, and if you are a fan of winter vibe, it is a perfect location for your tasters. A large 30-meter high waterfall called Skakavac („The Grasshopper“) can be found in Jankovac. During colder months, it completely freezes, becoming an icy statue which always inspires awe in visitors. If such sites sound like your cup of tea, put on your winter jackets and boots, and head to slopes of Papuk. But if you prefer being in a cozy room next to a…

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