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Skadar Lake National Park, Virpazar
(4.2/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Surrounding the largest lake in the Balkans, offers lush mountainous scenery and picturesque villages, and is one of Europe's most important wetland bird reserves. In the 222 sq km (86 sq mi) region around the lake, you'll encounter some of the last remaining pelicans on the continent. Walk through swamps and chestnut forests, and view rocky islets covered in pomegranate trees. The area also has a range of monuments, such as 14th-century monasteries built on islands, and numerous beaches, resorts, and restaurants serving local cuisine. If you wish, you can take a guided hike or a boat tour of the site. Plan to visit Skadar Lake National Park and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Virpazar attractions using our Virpazar itinerary planner.
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  • Very beautiful place! Water framed by mountains, you can enjoy the lilies. The Lake is home to over 200 species of birds, but see them while traveling on a boat is unlikely-they live in remote areas. Clean beach, convenient entry into the water. On the shores of Nice fish restaurant, where you can try local carp
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  • We have seen the Lake borders Montenegro and Albania, the views are simply unusual, long road cost, if the sail to the Lake by the Podgorica, the Lake seems to swamp, a vast expanse of water from a height.
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  • 17th October 2016, after we visited some of the important sites in Budva old town, we took a leisure boat ride on Lake Skadar. The boat went slowly so that we can enjoyed the magnificent views of the ...  more »