Donji Miholjac

Donji Miholjac
County Osijek-Baranja
Mayor Eduard Šrajer (HNS)
Area (km²) 154 km2
24,597 (municipality)
Time zone (UTC) UTC+1 Central European Time
Donji Miholjac (Hungarian: Alsómiholjác, German: Unter-Miholtz), a town in the region of Podravina, Croatia, 34 km north of Našice; elevation 97 m. Chief occupations are farming, rubber and plastics processing, production of vinegar, soft drinks and pasta. There are 10,265 inhabitants in the area, 95% who are Croats.

The Miholjac Gathering (Miholjacko Sijelo) represents the most important event, including traditional folk costumes, tunes and dances as well as rich gastronomic offer.

Angling and hunting represent the main basis of tourism. The immediate surroundings of the town offer hunting, and the nearby fishpond and the Drava river angling opportunities. Tennis courts are situated near the hotel. In addition to the Slavonian specialities, Donji Miholjac and its surroundings offer freshwater fish (carp, amur, pike-perch, sheat-fish, etc.)

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