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Pakrac – Ethno Park ‘Čantalo’ and a new resort opened
A unique tourist-ethno destination of the Pakrac area – a resort and ethno park ‘Čantalo’ has recently welcomed its first visitors. In one place, the park offers the enjoyment of nature and a chance for visitors to get to know the traditional heritage of the Pakrac area. With numerous recreational facilities and beautiful natural ambience, there is also the ethno collection, a three levelled hut with the entrance furnished as an ‘ambar’ (barn), the middle room as a living area with a kitchen and the loft as a bedroom. It is full of furniture, tools and different farming equipment from the first half of the 20th century with some, possibly even older.

The ethno park and resort ‘Čantalo’ incorporates itself with its contents into the development vision of the tourist offer in the area of the city of Pakrac and it is also incorporated into the ‘Master plan of Slavonija`s tourism’.

“Čantalo” is the third resort in the Pakrac area where tourists are offered numerous attractions and sites like the Janković manor, Baron Trenk`s castle and the Historic town Čaklovac.

Pakrac is located in the valley of the river Pakra in western Slavonia. It was first mentioned in 1237. Important sacral buildings from the 18th century are located in the historical core of the city, where the remains of the first coin mint in Croatia, the so called ‘Spahij’ cellar, can be found.

The river Pakra and the nearby mountains Psunj and Ravna gora are areas for recreation. Many Italian villages where the Italian language, traditions and cuisine are preserved make the Pakrac area a unique place.


The Tourist Board of the Požega-Slavonija County
www.tzzps.hr

The Tourist Board of Pakrac
www.tz-pakrac.hr
 
 

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