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Buy Local

While visiting here you can purchase some of the best produce at the local Farmers Market held once a week near the town center, or go directly to one of the local villager’s homes to purchase fresh baked bread, homemade cheese, fresh eggs, honey, and one of the favorite local drinks, Rakija. You will also find some of the best wines in the region. There are a few local wineries that you can visit to enjoy an afternoon or evening of wine tasting.

Locally produced honey

Locally produced honey

Locally grown peppers

Locally grown peppers, fruits and vegetables

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Locally grown fruits and vegetables

Shopping for plants at the Farmers Market

Shopping for plants at the Farmers Market

Shopping for produce at the Farmers Market

Shopping for produce at the Farmers Market

Festivals

There are many festivals throughout the year which include local produce, crafts, products, and much of the local traditional music and dance. Some of the local festivals include:

  • February – A Day of Wine and Rakja tasting
  • May – The Annual Village Fair
  • August – The Beer Festival
  • September – Grape Picking Festival
  • October – The Fall Harvest Festival
  • November – The Honey Festival
  • December – Village Celebration

Hungarian traditional kid games and songs

Wagon Tour of Stara Moravica

Wagon Tour of Stara Moravica

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Hungarian traditional kid games and songs

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Majorette group from Hungary

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“Mező földi” Hungarian folklore dance

Art

There is a local artist colony that attracts artists from all over the world who spend a few weeks here in this beautiful village. They come to work on their skills and talents for painting, pottery, weaving, and jewelry making. Stara Moravica has one of the largest art collections in Vojvodina. You can visit the Cultural House to see much of the collection and purchase your own original artwork to take home.

Cultural House

Cultural House

Cultural House Picnic Pavilion

Cultural House Picnic Pavilion

Art Work

Art Work

Art Work

Art Work

Art Work

Art Work

Horseback Riding

Wanting to take a horseback or carriage ride to see the sites around the village? The local stable can set you up with all that is needed.

Horse back riding near to the Lake

Horseback riding around the lake.

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Riding on a horse and carrige

Horse back riding in the wheat fields

Horseback riding in the wheat fields

Wine Tasting

You can visit one of the local wineries and enjoy an afternoon or evening of tasting some of the best wines in the region.

Stara Moravica Vineyards

Stara Moravica Vineyards

Glass of Wine

Glass of Wine

Grape Harvest

Grape Harvest

Fishing & Hiking

The village and its surroundings are popular with hunting and fishing enthusiasts from all over the world.

House over looking

House over looking lake

Swans on the Lake

Swans on the Lake

Lake

Lake

Bowling

Stara Moravica NinePins bowling lanes

Stara Moravica NinePins bowling lanes

There is a Nine-Pins Bowling alley that opened in 2014 here in Stara Moravica. It is open every day except Monday and you pay an hourly fee to rent the lanes. (The current price as of April 2014 is 300 Serbian Dinars or $3.56 USD per hour per lane)

You will need to wear tennis shoes or as they are called here locally, trainers.

If you want to learn a little more about Nine-Pins bowling click here.

 

 

 

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