Gorica Hill and Adventure Park

Brdo Gorica is located in close proximity to the center of Podgorica, and it’s a very popular recreational destination, making it a paradise for recreation enthusiasts.

National Park Skadar Lake

One of the most important tourist resources in Montenegro and Podgorica. The abundance of flora and fauna, cryptodepression, and habitat of rare endangered bird species such as the wild pelican, make it unique in the region and beyond.

Ljubović Hill

Brdo Ljubović (101 meters) is a hill located near the center of Podgorica, specifically a limestone crest overgrown with pine trees and natural grasses and medicinal plants.

Equestrian Sport

Within the territory of the Capital City, there are numerous horse riding clubs, including “Budućnost”, “Mountain Riders – Podgorica”, “Perjanik”, “Montenegro”, “Vranac”, and “Pony

Red Rock Fortress and Magara Cave

Professor Dr. Jovan Petrović and his team (M. Mijušković, M. Iličković, P. Radusinović, and M. Vukčević) first explored the Magara cave in 1965. In addition to this research, a group of speleologists and representatives from the former Executive Council of Montenegro, SO Titograd, and the Republic Institute for Nature Protection visited the cave and created a sketch of it at a scale of 1:2000.

Bukumirsko Lake

Bukumirsko Lake is a glacial lake in the Kučko region, in the eastern part of Montenegro. It covers an area of 19,320 square meters.

Rikavačko Lake

Rikavčko Lake is located in the Kučki Mountains, near the summit of Žijovo (2,131 meters above sea level), on the border with Albania.