Lakes of Bela Crkva are located in the extreme southeast of Vojvodina, on the border with Romania. Bela Crkva is hundred kilometers away from Belgrade. Lakes were formed by exploitation of gravel from the bottom of the former Pannonian Sea, and they are different in size and depth, but all lakes are extremely rich in fish, and represent a real challenge for fishermen. There is a City Lake in Bela Crkva, which has beautiful beaches, restaurants and bungalows, and a car-camp. As there are no industrial pollutants in the vicinity of Bela Crkva, this area is environmentally very clean, especially water, which is characterized by a special clarity and purity.