Salas, engraved into Vojvodina’s landscape, a true jewel of the Pannonian plain and a lighthouse of the vast “Pannonian sea”, is a genuine monument of Vojvodina’s culture. The word salas is of Turkish and Hungarian origine, and means “a protected place” or “asylum”.
Nomadic Hungarian people used to have their own “salas”, a place of temporary settlement. Salas is a farm estate, usually distanced from urban areas, with a house to live in, accompanying buildings and land. They were built with a wish to be close to the land that requires nothing but hard work. Nowadays, they are places of peace where people from urban areas may easily find much-needed rest while enjoying traditional food and drink.