Pescara Beach - the most important information
Pescara is the name of 3 lakes, which are only 5 kilometers away from the center of Zrenjanin. They were created due to long-term exploitation of sand, and they are characterized by naturally clean water and an attractive location. Pescara has been a favorite place for swimming and recreation for years, both for the people of Zrenjanin and the people from the surrounding places. Planning of the area around the largest lake and bringing it to its purpose as a city swimming pool began in 2007.
Characteristics of the beach
The Pescara swimming pool is arranged according to the regulations, and during its summer months, several thousand visitors gather on its beach. This popular beach is managed by the Public Company City Housing Agency Zrenjanin. During the season, a rescue service is also present at this place, so don't be afraid if you are not a great swimmer. There are also catering facilities, where you can refresh yourself and seek shelter from the sun. The Pescara swimming pool is planned to be further arranged, as well as to expand the space, so that this place will really become unavoidable for everyone who will be near it.
How to get to the Pescara beach?
- If you start by car from Belgrade, you will reach this place in an hour and 20 minutes (via Route 13).
- Zrenjanin is connected to Belgrade, Novi Sad and Novi Becej by intercity bus lines. On the route Belgrade - Zrenjanin, there are a total of 5 carriers: Lasta, Janjušević, Autoprevoz Kikinda, Banat Trans and El Tra. The price of a one-way ticket is from 550 to 580 dinars, and a return ticket from 800 to 870 dinars.
- From the center of Zrenjanin you can reach the beach in just 10 minutes drive (across Mostarska Street). The following taxi services will be available to you: Eco taxi (023 / 532-800), Super taxi (023 / 526-222) and Maxi taxi (023 / 512-510).
Entrance to the Pescara beach is completely free for all visitors! On Lake Čepel, which is the second largest, swimming is prohibited, but fishing is allowed, with permission. Thus, this place has been turned into a small paradise for fishermen, so numerous competitions are held here.