Present Vardarac was built on the former Roman lime. Advantageous geographical position and natural resources in antiquity aimed at all those who take the path in this direction. The first inhabitants, of whose existence we have tangible proof, came to this area in the early Bronze Age, 1700-400 BC. They are also called the people of encrusted ceramics. The settlement was on present Almaska fields, where they were found Roman tombs and coins. In the Árpád periode, along the former Roman limes, was created a dense network of settlements, one of which is a Daroca today’s Vardarac.
The village is mainly inhabited by the Hungarian population. In the history its inhabitants have lived from the agriculture and livestock, mainly on animal husbandry and fishing. In the 20th century, they are more oriented to profitable vegetable cultivation.
Restaurant “Citadel” was for decades long a synonym for good local cuisine, especially fish stew, as vardarčani were known for their production of homemade chili.
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