Today’s municipality of Vojnić is built on the historical foundations that you can see at many locations. Petrova gora is one of the trademarks of Vojnić municipality. There are also a lot of historical sites that attract tourists, such as a tomb and an educational walking trail related to the Croatian king Petar Svačić, who died here in 1097.
Old fortified towns in the vicinity of Vojnić – Otmić town, Klokoč and Krstinja – date from the 13th to the 16th century, and today there are partially preserved stone that testify of the struggle and difficult life of the inhabitants of this region. Here is also the archaeological site of the Pauline monastery which dates back to the 14th century. It is located at one of the highest peaks of Petrova gora – Mali Petrovac, as well as the Central Partisan Hospital. What also must be seen is the monumental memorial Petrovac, which is 37 meters high, and was built at another highest peak of Petrova Gora called Veliki Petrovac.
Along with the historical sites you can also go into the woods to pick mushrooms or maroons. You can also take a walk on the educational paths called “The Roman Path” or “The King’s Path” and discover more about our history. You should also visit the ornithological park of Petrovac or the festival of mushrooms at Muljava.