Devil’s Town Serbia

Devil’s Town a natural phenomenon of Serbia

The monument of nature, “Devil’s Town” is located in the South of Serbia, on the Radan Mountain on the territory of the village of Đake, 27km southeast of Kuršumlija, 89km southwest of Niš and 288km away from Belgrade. This natural monument is comprised of two natural and rare in the world phenomena: the soil figures, […]

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Tara river canyon Durmitor National Park

National Park Durmitor the Mother Nature’s showpiece

National park Durmitor is the largest of 5 national parks in Montenegro. Durmitor is located in the northern part of the country, partly with the park border running along the border between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The impossibly rugged and dramatic Durmitor (Дурмитор) is one of Montenegro’s and Mother Nature’s showpieces. Carved out by […]

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Pliva waterfall in Jajce

Pliva Waterfall in Jajce one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world

At 22 meters in height, the Pliva Waterfall is one of the most notable features of Jajce. This natural monument is located in the very centre of the town and has been named one of twelve most beautiful waterfalls in the world. It is also the only waterfall in the world to create an estuary […]

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Brijuni Islands

Brijuni Islands

Magic Islands A hotel with a private beach, is that even possible here? It is, in Brijuni. Not only a private beach, but a whole island. No crowds, no fighting for a square inch of towel, no doughnut or burek sellers, no loud music from the nearby bar, no looking for a parking spot for […]

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National park Lake Skadar

Lake Skadar Balkans largest

National park Lake Skadar is the most visited of the 5 national parks in Montenegro. As the name indicates, the main part of the national park is a lake, the Skadar lake which is a 400-500 km2 (varies during the year) fresh water lake on the border between Montenegro and Albania. Dolphin-shaped Lake Skadar (Skadarsko […]

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National Park Tara

National Park Tara oasis of intact and pure nature

National Park Tara is one of five Serbian national parks and it stands out from other parks by its forests of Serbian spruce (a protected species and classified as endangered) , which was discovered by botanist Josif Pančić in 1875. Besides spruce, the park is also characterized by primeval forests of beech and fir. The […]

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Krka waterfalls Krka National Park Croatia

Krka National Park

Krka National Park lies about 10km inland from Šibenik in this part of Dalmatia. Named after the Krka River, the Park covers an area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the river itself. Extending along the 73km River Krka, the Krka National Park runs from the Adriatic near Šibenik inland […]

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