Serbia, a small country in the hilly Balkans, tired of failures and excuses, tormented by political and economic crises, remains powerful and pure, tame and cruel, magical and monstrous. Serbia is attractive to visitors because of its rich history and valuable cultural heritage, national parks and special natural rarities, amazing flora and fauna, prestigious festivals and various manifestations, and especially for its untouched nature.
High mountain tops are not characteristics of this region (the highest peak among them is Povlen, 1346 m), but vastness and hilly surroundings, ascending from the surface of 600 meters.
These mountains are well-known for hospitality, raspberries, forests and villages, meadows and pastures. This area is rich in water, where powerful rivers chiselled some of the most impressive canyons in Serbia.