Zrece and Vitanje and its surroundings are known for their many cultural and, above all, natural sights, which attract many foreign and domestic visitors. Among them, the settlement of Zrece with Terme Zrece, Rogla and Lovrenc Lakes stand out the most.
Zrece is the youngest Slovenian town, which became an urban settlement only in 1987. They are an important tourist and economic center of the wider area. Around the city there are hop plantations in the lowlands, orchards and vineyards on the eastern slopes. Terme Zrece (Spa Zrece) is distinguished by healing thermal water, unspoiled nature, selected traditional tastes, wellness services, modern hotels and apartments that are suitable for everyone. Air and a favorable climate have a beneficial effect on respiratory diseases. Right next to Terme Zrece is the Terme park, which comprises beautifully landscaped walking paths, which lie partly in the shade of trees. There is a pavilion in the park where wedding ceremonies take place. Lake Zrece is located in the immediate vicinity, which further diversifies the tourist offer. Only about half an hour's drive from Zrece, at an altitude of 1517 meters, lies Rogla, which is a natural climatic health resort and recreation center. Lovrenc Lakes, Klopni vrh, Osankarica, Sumik, a Lookout Tower and more are available for hiking enthusiasts. They also have marked bike paths. In winter, Rogla turns into one of the most popular and visited ski resorts. Skiing pleasures are ensured by modern snowmaking systems from late autumn to early spring. In the Fun park Rogla there is a polygon for free style skiers and snowboarders. Hotel Planja, Hotel Natura, bungalows, apartments, Youth hostel Jelka or Koca na Pesku Mountain Hut are available as part of the accommodation.
Lovrenc Lakes are located in the area of a high moor in the middle of Pohorje between Rogla and Ribnisko Pohorje. The lakes can be seen along a wooden path set above the swamp. At the beginning of the trail is a lookout tower from where there is a beautiful view of the lakes and marshes.