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The town of Kolasin
Kolasin is a town in the north of Montenegro. This small town founded by Turks in the 17th century.
The endless Tara and Moraca rivers are beside it and surrounded by mountains. Sinjajevina, Bjelasica, Kljuc and Vucje embraced this little city.
Kolašin is located at 954 m above sea level and offers excellent holidays, both in winter and summer. Due to its height and favorable climate, Kolašin is considered an air bath.
A special attraction for tourists is the Biograds lake located in the Biogradska Gora National Park, one of the three preserved forests in Europe. Biograd Lake is 1094 meters above sea level, and there are pedestrian paths around it.
During its three centuries old history of Kolasin, as they say, shared the fate of most Montenegrin towns, mainly at the hands of the occupiers to releasing arms and vice versa. This little town is a real curiosity given the fact that it went from one to another hand 23 times, destroyed and waited for the ultimate liberation from the occupiers in ruins. A special role in the creation of Kolasin, its duration and struggle for liberation were tribesmen from Rovac and Moraca, especially during the 17th and 18th centuries.
The territory of the Kolašin municipality is mainly located in the middle part of the Republic of Montenegro in the middle and upper streams of the Tara and Morača rivers on a total area of 900 km2. There are about 12,000 citizens in this municipality, and in Kolašin, the center of the municipality has about 6,000 citizens.
The Kolašin 1450 Ski Center has 1 six-seat, 1 double seat and 2 anchors, and the length of the trail is about 20 km. The working hours of the lift is from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm.
Experienced instructors with international licenses and mountain guides will guide you into all the secrets of these amazing and magically attractive landscapes, and it is up to you to choose the path that best suits your affinities and opportunities. Since all the slopes of Bjelasica are covered with a thick layer of snow underneath the grass, there are no stones that can cause injuries and damage to the equipment.
All employees at Kolašin 1450 Ski Resort – Snowblowers, instructors, guides, and Mountain Rescue Service (GSS) are doing their job professionally and conscientiously
The central place in the park is occupied by Biogradsko jezero. Since 1878, when local fraternities and tribes handed this area to the then lord of Montenegro – knight Nikola, who proclaimed this pearl of nature for “knight’s ban” – the area is under the protection of the state.
The park has 26 plant communities with about 2,000 species and subspecies. There were more than 200 species of birds, including the Imperial Eagle. Fauna consists of deer, roe deer, roaches, wolves, wild boars, foxes, rabbits, and the area of NP is a habitat for more than 350 species of insects
At the height of 1,094 meters, in the heart of the rainforest, is the Biograd LAKE6, the largest and most famous in a series of glacial lakes in the park area. It is a well-known excursion destination with a well-kept car park, restaurant, bungalows, illuminated walking paths and camping grounds. In the summer months, a large number of tourists are attracted, especially by transit, who stop here on the way to the sea, seeking a hideout from high temperatures.
The area of the National Park and Biograd lake is also known for its archaeological sites, sacral monuments and folk architecture – log cabins, towers, watermills,
NP Biogradska gora has a Visitor Center, located on the very coast of Biograd lake. The center is equipped with interactive presentations and exhibits representing the natural and cultural values of the park.