Prelog is a town and municipality in Međimurje County, in northern Croatia. It is located about 15 km south-east of the county seat of Cakovec, on the shores of Lake Dubrava, a reservoir lake on the Drava. Prelog has regained its confidence and has begun to grow faster since, in 1997, it became a city and thus became again a separate and independent administrative unit. Today, more than 50% of the income is based on industry and manufacturing. Agriculture
accounts for approximately 19% of the income while a quarter of it is based on commerce and tourism. Prelog's middle school educates specialists in the area of tourism and food processing and is attended by more than 470 students in study courses lasting three years. The elementary school is attended by 570 pupils. There are more than 20 different sport clubs in the area (football, tennis, basketball, table tennis, handball, and others). The local speedway club was one of the first clubs for this sport in Croatia.
There is also a small airfield for powered hang gliders on the shores of the Drava as well as a small marina on Lake Dubrava, with the lake also being a popular destination for anglers. Just as Medjimurje’s heritage is interesting and imaginative, so is the traditional cuisine of Medjimurje. It has been centuries since Medjimurje’s wine story started being intertwined with the scent of exquisite original dishes. Every corner of Medjimurje has sports facilities available.