The area encompassing Slavonia was once a part of the Roman Empire and was named Vallis Aurea, the Golden Valley. It is crossed by the 45th parallel, known for encircling the best wine-growing regions around the world, and the wines produced here are no exception. Over the centuries, the area has seen Medieval fortifications, monasteries, Ottoman-era churches, and Baroque mansions, as well as bloody conflicts. If you are interested in history, art, or architecture, you can explore here to your heart’s content.
If you’re planning just a quick visit to Slavonia, we think you should consider staying a little longer. The richness of the land and culture lie beneath the surface. Take time to meet the kind-natured people, enjoy their world-class wines and traditional foods, explore the lush environment, and learn about their fascinating heritage.