There are many breath-taking places worth visiting in Montenegro. Whether you are looking for a beautiful summer holiday on the Adriatic coast, or you prefer a perfect getaway in the hidden corners of Montenegrin nature, you’ll be delighted to know that, one of the smallest European countries, has many wonderful landscapes worth visiting.
One of the most beautiful places you could visit in Montenegro is Biogradska Gora National Park – one of the most imposing forests and National Parks in South Europe. It is situated in mountain Bjelasica, in the central part of Montenegro, within Kolašin municipality, surrounded by towns of Mjokovac and Berane, between the rivers Tara and Lim.
Biogradska Gora National Park includes 54 square kilometres of phenomenal nature such as six wonderful, clear glacial lakes, high mountain tops and slopes, centennial forests, green pastures and swift, clear streams.
The National Park is under UNESCO protection because this area contains one of the few remaining large virgin forests in Europe, a synonym for an old-growth forest that is well-preserved.
Here is the story of magnificent Biogradska Gora National Park in Montenegro and its’ remarkable beauty.