The urban core of Indjija dates from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, from the period of industrial development and the period of settlement of German nationality residents, when the building of the Municipal Administration was constructed, as well as the house of the Vojnovic family, St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church and the town house with eclectic design of the frontage consisting of the elements of Baroque, Classicism, Secession and Neo-Renaissance architecture.

The Church of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (in Serb. Vavedenja Presvete Bogorodice) was built sometime earlier. In terms of proportions, it is one of the most beautiful and most harmoniously designed buildings in Srem, preserved from the eighteenth century.
As the center of one of the most developed and well-organised municipalities in the country, Indjija has grown into a modern urban town owing to its rapid development.

With a new pedestrian zone and a monumental square, a modern Cultural Center building, flower arrangements and street furniture, Indjija is creating an image of a European town tailored to the needs of a modern man.


The Danube flows through the territory of the municipality of Indjija at a length of 27 km, cutting the slopes of Fruska Gora and creating one of the most beautiful parts of its course. Along the banks of the Danube, from Cortanovci, through Beska and Кrcedin, alongside Slankamen Vineyards, all the way to the point where the Tisa river flows into the Danube near Stari Slankamen, in an ecologically preserved environment of picturesque rural areas, stretch holiday homes, fish taverns (chardas), beautiful river beaches, sandy river islands and attractive landscapes that attract the lovers of the river, nautical, fishing and eco-tourism.

Apart from a unique nautical experience and pleasurable beautiful natural environment of the Pannonian river and its banks, a visit to a fish tavern where you can taste top fish specialties and enjoy the music of tambura players makes a special experience.


Fruska Gora is one of the most recognisable elements of Vojvodina’s tourist offer. It is abundant in natural, cultural and historical tourist values.

Part of the territory of the municipality of Indjija is located on the southeast slopes of this mountain, which provides good conditions for the development of agriculture and tourism. The village of Cortanovci boasts of the only part of the Fruska Gora National Park that overlooks the Danube. The area of Mihaljevac forest and the famous Кozarica picnic spot offer a truly pleasurable experience in nature and the possibility to do different types of recreational activities.