Novi Sad Salas – Farmstead 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Salas is a traditional type of farm in the Pannonian Plain region, particularly in Backa and Slavonija. A salas is typically remote from a town or village. It consists of a family house, agricultural objects such as barn, stable and granary, surrounded by arable land and pastures. They were owned and inhabited by a single family, who lived there for generations. The once very numerous “mud huts” on the plains of central Europe were built from locally found materials: the walls were raised from beaten mud, or mud-and-hay bricks dried on the sun. The roof was usually from dried reed, assembled together in traditional craftsmanship. Today, salaš becomes part of the folklore to be shown in the tourist offer, together with the traditional foods and beverages, customs, farm life, Tamburica music, etc. There a plenty of Salases near Novi Sad in which you can enjoy in really great food and wine and experience Serbian national heritage.