Lipovo: Rural Household – Big Grove

Are we really in Lipovo or at the first page of a fairy tale book? At the very top of the village, in a place called Klisura, on 1300 meters above sea level, old Dulovici house stands tall and proud as a guard. Spacious family household reached by a 800m long gravel road was once … Continue reading Lipovo: Rural Household – Big Grove

On TT3 Biking Trail

Riding across Montenegro to meet in Podgorica, we first encounter signs for a multi-day off-pavement route outside Mojkovac, one of the larger towns on this 300km loop route.  The Top Biking Trail 3 is billed as a route of “Eastern Enchantment”, and is offered to riders through an official guide, limited trail signage, and a free … Continue reading On TT3 Biking Trail

Amsterdam: News From The Biking And Hiking Fair 2015

We are just back from the annual Biking and Hiking Fair (Fiets- en Wandelbeurs) in Amsterdam. Full of impressions, of course. Also this year, almost 20,000 nature lovers visited the two-day event. Yes, a very special kind of visitors indeed – all of them passionate hikers and/or bikers, most of them dressed in typical outdoor … Continue reading Amsterdam: News From The Biking And Hiking Fair 2015

Winter In The Ulcinj Salinas

Recently I saw a video about the Ulcinj Salinas and I was so enthusiastic that I decided to go and visit this nature reserve that is still rather unknown in Montenegro and beyond as soon as possible. With 250 registered bird species, the Solana is a paradise for birdwatchers: spoonbills, Dalmatian pelicans, flamingos and various … Continue reading Winter In The Ulcinj Salinas

Mtb Marathon: Serbia And Montenegro By Bike

MTB Club Ciker from kraljevo (Sebia), in cooperation with 8 tourism organizations, has been organizing for the past three years a great MTB “Ciker marathon” from Kraljevo to Pivsko lake in Montenegro. First year this marathon was part of IPA project “Serbia and Montenegro by bike”, and this project has been declared the best cross-border … Continue reading Mtb Marathon: Serbia And Montenegro By Bike

Lipovo: Rural Household – Misko’s Cheese Farm

The house owned by Milijanka and Misko Puletic is more than a hundred years old (when it was being repaired, in 1965, one had to sell 50 sheep just to buy the roof!). A morning view on Torna and other Moracke mountains- powerful, proud, seemingly unreachable (yet so close) you will experience as a life … Continue reading Lipovo: Rural Household – Misko’s Cheese Farm

Lubnice: Rural Household – Kljajic House

They are young, diligent, always smiling and they have four children. Their enthusiasm is contagious and one simply feels a natural need to join them instantly in picking the raspberries, making beehives, processing fruit… Their family home is more than a hundred years old, protected with the hill Stubica above and it is a small … Continue reading Lubnice: Rural Household – Kljajic House

Albania, Shkodra: A Biking Tour To Ura E Mesit (mes Bridge)

Enjoying the Indian summer, we spent a relaxed weekend in Lake Shkodra Resort (a perfect place to spend a few days and only 55 km or one hour driving from Podgorica!) with our friends from the Netherlands. The weather was sunny and it was a good opportunity to hire bicycles and make a biking tour … Continue reading Albania, Shkodra: A Biking Tour To Ura E Mesit (mes Bridge)

Revisiting Kučka Korita: A Lesson In Hospitality

I don’t know why I am so fond of Kučka Krajina. Is it the extraordinary karst landscape, the picturesque road, the immense space of the rocky pastures or the magnificent view of the Cijevna canyon? Or is it just the feeling that you are far away from the crowds in Podgorica, alone with nature and … Continue reading Revisiting Kučka Korita: A Lesson In Hospitality

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