Ancient fishing villages and luxurious resorts, fantastic landscapes and picturesque houses make Serbia and Montenegro a fantastic destination that can be enjoyed all-the-year-round. In fact, the country consists of four parts, namely the semi-autonomous Vojvodina, Serbia, Montenegro and the Kosovo Province. By its geographical position, the country belongs to the central Mediterranean, Southern Europe. Due to the political turmoil, it was quite difficult to get to Serbia and Montenegro, which has slowed down the development of Serbia and Montenegro tourism. Today the situation is not so complicated, with a number of direct flights available.
Serbia and Montenegro tourism is seen currently as one of the most important and profitable sectors of the national economy, with hundreds of thousands of travelers coming to the country to experience its diverse history and rich cultural heritage. Among the most popular attractions here are national parks of Serbia that are natural museums in the open air.
Thus, the most visited sites include:
- Tara with its magnificent forests and beautiful meadows, streams and waterfalls disappearing in caves;
- the island of the Panonian Sea and Serb Mount Athos dedicated to protecting 700 species of medical herbs and dozens of monasteries;
- Sara,a spectacular farm in the open air, which is home to mountain lakes and alpine flowers;
- the Iron Gates that squeeze the magnificent Danube through one of the largest European canyons;
- Kopaonik, the mountain of all seasons, which hosts the sun at its peaks and ice cold water springs at its foot; and much more.
Considered by many to be top attractions during Serbia Montenegro travels, the underground halls have been sculptured by limestone and water, including Rajko Cave, Marble Cave, Ceremosnja and Resavska Cave, all of them being wonderfully adorned with snow white crystals and coral-like stone jewels.
Another popular destination, Kursumlija features a city of stone, with hundreds of figures rising and changing their shapes. This phenomenon gave the place its name - the Devil's Town.
Serbia and Montenegro tourism owes much of its development and growth to a wide variety of resources, based on regional diversity and attractiveness, preserved environment and importance of its historic and cultural heritage.
The communicational and geographical position of the country, its flora and fauna, weather conditions are the basis for the prosperous Serbia and Montenegro tourism as part of the most significant international tourism tendencies. Ranked with the world's richest areas for its natural healing factors, the country is home to some 300 springs of curative mineral waters and more that 20 health venues with excellent ecological and healing values.
In addition to being famous for its rich healing areas spas and health resorts, Serbia and Montenegro offers you an active holiday that energizes body and soul and is a treat for the senses. The country has some of the most beautiful countryside in Europe, regarded as an ideal place to reconnect with yourself and natural environment surrounding you.