Mount Golija occupies a large area of southwestern Serbia. It is bordered by the watercourses of the rivers Zapadna Morava, Raška and Lima. The springs of the rivers Studenica and Moravica are located on Golija. They call it "mountain of water" because it has springs all over its territory, over 250 of them have been recorded. According to that, this mountain is the largest shallow water reserve in Serbia.

Golija is also adorned by the vastness of the forest cover. Beech forests are especially represented, and some parts of them have the character of a rainforest. Its southern slopes are overgrown with vast meadows and pastures. As for relict and endemic plant species, there are about 900 of them, and of special importance are planinski javor, zelenika, Pančićeva bedrenica and Adamovićeva majčina dušica. About 100 medicinal plants have been registered in Golija.


Jankov kamen

Jankov kamen is the highest peak of Golija, 1833 meters high. It is 14 km away from our tourist complex.

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Bojevo brdo

Bojevo brdo is located 15 km from us, near the highest peak, at 1748 meters above sea level. The view from Bojevo brdo is amazing and you have to experience it.


The two most famous lakes on Golija are Dajićko (Tičar) and Okruglica (Nebeska suza). They are recognizable by their unusual appearance, Okruglica is 7km away from our household while Tičar jezero is only 5km away from us. Below the top of Crepuljnik are Veliko and Malo Košaninovo jezero, named after the great Serbian botanist who studied the values of this area, Nedeljko Košanin.


Tičar jezero



Veliko i Malo Košaninovo jezero

The area of Mount Golija is of exceptional importance for nesting birds and is recognized as an internationally important area for birds (IBA). So far, over 140 species of birds have been recorded in the entire area. Of that number, there are about 110 species.


45 species of birds belong to the group of natural rarities and about 90 species that are candidates for "Crvena knjiga ptica Srbije".