This Slavonian town is famous for its cultural and historical monuments, and its remains from the medieval era.
The classical castle of the Pejačević family is one of the most beautiful buildings in this region. In the spacious park at Pejačević, there is a smaller, ground-level hunting lodge. In the town there is a neo-Gothic chapel that has the Pejačević family crypt and the tomb of the composer Dora Pejačević. Here there is also a Gothic - Baroque Franciscan monastery and the parish church of sv. Antun Padovanski [St. Anthony of Padua] here, which was transformed into a baroque style in the 18th century. It has a richly decorated oratory with the Pejačević coat of arms and bars without precedent in the whole of Croatia.
In Našice's surrounding area you can enjoy the hunting and fishing in this wealthy region, enjoy the natural surroundings or cool down in Lapovac lake during the summer months.
The vineyards of Baranja and Erdut are the first two vineyard areas to become part of the Vintour – the wine roads of the European Union.
This project is associated with the tourist development of rural regions organized on wine roads. Hungary, Italy, Spain and Croatia are the members and the project is financed by the European Union. So far, the project includes seven wine roads from Hungary, Spain and Italy, and Croatia partnered with the neighboring Hungary with which Osijek-Baranja County signed the General Convention for Connection of Wine Roads. Once the necessary conditions have been fulfilled, Vintour should also include the vineyards of Đakovo, Feričanci and Našice.
Each vineyard region will thus have its starting point. For Baranja, it will be the Prince Eugene of Savoy in Bilje and Kopački rit Nature Park. Aljmaš and its shrine should be the starting point in the Erdut vineyards. Đakovo will start with the cathedral and the National Lipizzaner Stables. Bizovačke toplice with its castles and gardens in Donji Miholjac, Valpovo and Našice will complete the offer of the Feričanci-Našice vineyards.