Northern Montenegro

Kolasin

Kolasin downtown

Kolasin is founded by Turks in 17th century. The restless Rivers Tara and Moraca stream along it and is surrounded by mountains. Sinjajevina, Bjelasica, Kljuc and Vucje embraced this little city. Kolasin is located at 954 m of altitude and offers excellent vacation as in winter as well as summer. Because of altitude and favorable clime Kolasin is considered and air spa. A special attraction for tourists represents the Biogradsko Lake located in National park “Biogradska gora” which is one of three preserved virgin forest of Europe. The Biogradsko Lake is at 1094 m of altitude and around it there are walking paths.

Zabljak

Winter at Durmitor. Zabljak is town under the Durmitor mountain

Zabljak is the city on the highest altitude of the Balkans. It is located at the altitude of 1456 m. Located in the very center of enormous mountain of Durmitor. Zabljak represents the best destination for winter tourism. In its vicinity there is the deepest canyon in Europe, magnificent canyon of the Tara River. This little city in the north of Montenegro surrounded by numerous lakes and a number of mountain tops. For its natural beauties emerging at each step Zabljak attracts a large number of visitors during summer.

Mojkovac

Mojkovac is located on the vest bank of the Tara River, between mountains Bjelasica and Sinjajevina. Mojkovac is near old mining inhabitance of Brskovo. Brskovo is one of the oldest mines here. During rule of king Uros there was money foundry after which Mojkovac got its name. Mojkovac is famous for the battle of Mojkovac where Montenegrin army in 1916 defeated more powerful Austro-Hungarian army. The most common is village tourism and as Tara is near also white water rafting. Monastery of Saint George in Dobrilovina is the most important cultural and historic monument it dates back to 1592.

Plav

Plavsko lake with Prokletije mountain in distant

Plav is located at the feet of the mountain riff Prokletije on the springs of the river Lim. It is considered that it got its name after Roman Emperor Phlavius during the Roman rule. Nature gifted this region dearly with variation of scenery. Plav abounds in lakes and the most known is The Plavsko lake, glacier lake one of the largest and most beautiful in this region. The lakes Hridsko and Visitorsko are mountain lakes and Visitorsko is specific for its floating island. Plav can bribe for its karsts wells among which are Alipasa wells and Oko Skakavica. Cultural heritage of Plav is various. Old library, Old mosque, Holy Trinity Church at Brezojevici, Redzepagica kula and mosque Sultania are only a part of cultural heritage of this city.

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