Zlatibor

Zlatibor

Zlatibor Mountain is located in southwestern Serbia, near town of Užice, 238 km away from Belgrade with Tornik (1496 m) and Čigota (1422 m) as the highest peaks. The name originates from Golden Pine (Pinus Silvestris) that unfortunately extinct.

Tame mountain plateau has attracted visitors ever since King Aleksandar Obrenovic came to Zlatibor in 1893, but since 1960s urbanization intensified in town of Zlatibor, firstly known as Kraljeve Vode (King’s Waters) and after World War II as Partisan’s’ Waters. In the center of the settlement picturesque lake adds to specific mountain environment. This is where Continental and Mediterranean climate mix making Zlatibor ideal destination for those suffering from respiratory disorders.

Active vacation lovers think of Zlatibor as their favorite choice in Serbia while mild slopes offer ideal terrain for hiking, biking and other sports activities. Due to advanced urbanization, Zlatibor features various sports facilities ideal for professional as well as recreational sportsmen. On southwestern Zlatibor slopes Ribnicko Jezero Lake stands as angler’s paradise. Zlatibor also offers skiing facilities ideal for beginners and recreational skiers.

Sirogojno ethno village is located in wider Zlatibor area and it is known for folk artisans’ masterpieces that provide perfect souvenirs for those who want everlasting memory from Zlatibor Mountain.