Overflowing with an abundance of culture and character, the central, continental region includes the Zeta and Bjelopavlici Plains. Carved into the mountain cliff face, 900 meters above the Zeta Valley, you’ll find the Monastery Ostrog – a 17th century chapel attracting hundreds of thousands of travellers each year as one of the the top three, most-visited Christian pilgrimage sites in the world. If nature’s more your calling, be sure to spend some time at Skadar Lake National Park. Once a battleground, this astoundingly beautiful environment is a wildlife paradise for lizards, amphibians, snakes, wolves, wild boar and more than 260 different kinds of bird, with its swampy wetlands, forests and rocky islets.
The mountainous, northern region has a sub-alpine climate with moderate summers and cold winters. Dermot National Park presents some of Europe’s deepest gorges, with three incredible canyons, more than a dozen lakes, expansive forests and fabulous flora and fauna, including eagles and brown bears. The more active adventurer can enjoy hiking, rafting and kayaking.