Plav Attractions
Selection of top Plav attractions that you should definitelly visit on your next trip to Montenegro
Prokletije National Park
Montenegro got another national park in 2009 – Prokletije. The Prokletije mountains are located in the southernmost part of the Dinaric Alps, more than 40 miles from Skadar Lake, settled along the Montenegro – Albania border. There are three national...
Ali-Pasha's Springs
One of the premium attraction in Prokletije National Park is Ali-Pasha’s Springs (Ali Pasini Izvori). The river that is formed directly by the outbreak from the soil, from the many small springs, is something that will...
Lake Plav
Lake Plav (Plavsko jezero) is the largest and most beautiful lake in the Plav region of Montenegro, in northeastern Montenegro, resting between the Prokletije and Visitor mountain ranges at an altitude of 906 m above sea level. The surface area of Lake...
Hrid Lake
Hrid Lake (Hridsko jezero) is «hidden» at an altitude of 1.970 meters above sea level and it is a «lake of happiness» located on a northwest side of Prokletije National Park, in municipality of Plav, on north of Montenegro. It is easily accessible from...
Redzepagic Tower
The tower no doubt is the oldest preserved edifice in Plav, and one of the most interesting monuments of defensive architecture in Montenegro, because of which it is protected by law.
According to some written sources the tower was built in 1671 by...
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