Eco-ethno village in the making - the first guests are expected in May 2012
An old house in Moslavina looking like a ghost, the empty land of 14 000 m2, has become the outline of the future eco-ethno village in Sunja. This is a protected cultural facility that will glimmer again under the supervision of conservators, and besides that, the land will be manned by the original Moslavina homes built since 1930. The first ten wooden houses awaiting relocation.
Anita Ivoš, initiator and director of this project, her long desire has finally begun to realize, and hopes that with the help of EU funds this village becomes a reality next year.
The goal is for eco-ethno village to self-finance though the year and customers would be tourists, hunters and anglers. A rich ethnological collection will be situated in the main, while in the middle of the village a restaurant with only authentic food and drinks, wellness oasis, and a variety of cultural and entertainment events are planned.
The first guests are expected in May 2012.