We offer you an unforgettable holiday in the ski resorts at
Serbia and Montenegro.


If in your childhood you dreamed of a place that resembles a snowy fairy tale in winter and a magical world in summer, welcome to the most amazing mountain in Europe – Kopaonik. The huge mountain range stretches for almost 100 kilometers, is located 290 km south of Belgrade, and is the “roof” of beautiful Serbia.


– this is not only one of the most beautiful mountains in Europe, it is a whole world, so small and huge at the same time. Here everything seems to be created by the hand of the creator only in order to revive the most magical fantasies of childhood. Climbing to the top of the mountain, you can see in the valley small houses with a red tiled roof, as if created for a fairy-tale country. In the forests that cover Kopaonik, you can hear the murmur of streams, the clatter of the hooves of forest dwellers and the rustle of unique trees, many of which grow only here …


Stara Planina

The highest mountain in eastern Serbia, Stara Planina is located near the town of Knjazevac. Height above sea level – from 1100 to 1900 meters. Beautiful landscapes, pristine nature, covered with snow for five months of the year, various sports opportunities, slopes, lifts, infrastructure – all this makes Stara Planina one of the largest and most important ski centers in Serbia. The highest peak is Midzor (2169 meters), Babin Zub Peak (1758 meters) is a protected natural …



Skiing in Montenegro is one of the most popular winter sports among the inhabitants of the Balkans. The ski resorts of Montenegro are not inferior to the resorts of Western Europe in terms of comfort and equipment, and visa-free and low cost make them especially attractive.


A small resort town located near the National Park of Biogradska Gora at an altitude of 954 m above sea level. The city is surrounded by small mountain ranges Belasitsa, Klyuch and Sinyaevina. It is located in the upper reaches of the Tara, one of the most famous rivers in Montenegro. Kolasin is located 80 km from the Podgorica airport and 160 km from the Tivat airport, a railway connecting Podgorica with Belgrade passes through the city.



is located in the foothills of the Durmitor mountain range at an altitude of 1450 meters above sea level, 175 km from Podgorica airport and 250 km from Tivat airport. The population of 4,000 people is mainly employed in tourism and organic food production. The Durmitor mountain range is bordered by narrow and deep canyons of the Tara, Piva, Sushitsa and Komarnitsa rivers. It is a high plateau dominated by more than 30 peaks over 2000 meters high (the highest is Mount Bobotov Kuk)