The Zlatibor-Mountains in Serbia are a popular holiday destination that offers diverse activities all year-round.
Tourism in Zlatibor started 120 years ago when King Aleksandar Obrenović visited the area. Today, Zlatibor is a modern and attractive tourism centre, appealing to those seeking rest or health treatment, as well as adventurers.
The low mountain range, situated near Užice and Ćajetina in Serbia’s south-west, is around 200km away from Serbia’s capital Belgrade. Zlatibor’s highest peaks are located at Tornik (1,496 metres) and Ćigota (1,422 metres).
In spring and summer, the Tourism Organisation of Zlatibor runs a number of daily trips. These include Stopića cave, the open-air museum of traditional architecture Staro Selo in Sirogojno, Gostilna waterfalls, Mokra Gora or a ride on the narrow-gauge railway Šargan Eight.
Zlatibor offers winter sport enthusiasts a modern infrastructure. Beginners can develop their skills on the slopes of Obudovica. Tornik, situated only nine kilometres from Zlatibor city, is ideal for experienced skiers.