Area: 1.0000 km²
Postal code: 31315
International calling code: +381 31
Time zone: GTM +1, GTM+2
ICCA Statistic Report 2014
Republic Serbia- 46th place
Western Serbia is also the highest part of Serbia. The most visited mountains in Western Serbia region are Zlatibor, Tara, Zlatar and Golija. In addition to these mountains, which are the main winter tourist centers, Sargan Eight and Kustendorf are attractions in the region that can not be missed when visiting.
Kustendorf is ethno village on Mokra Gora which has Ivo Andric Library, artist gallery Macola, cinema, main house, sports hall, restaurant, cake shop, as well as a souvenir shop and a church dedicated to St. Sava.
Sargan Eight is a part of the railway over the Sargan hill, which has a large number of bridges and tunnels which makes it unique in the world. Locomotive goes on the railway across the hill in circles and makes a shape of number 8.
"Old village" Sirogojno is the open air museum and it is the only of the kind in Serbia. Museum shows architecture, interior of buildings, organization of people's family life at hilly and mountainous areas of Zlatibor.
Tornik represents the highest peak of mountain Zlatibor with height of 1946 m. At Tornik there is a ski center with slopes which are designed for professional skiers and beginners.
Zlatibor is one of the largest conference tourism centres in Serbia, with a large number of conferences and seminars being held here all year round.
Among the largest congress capacity in Zlatibor there are Hotel Mona, Palisad and Cigota.
Hotel Mona / Zlatibor, Serbia / Number of conference rooms: 5 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 500 seats
The extensive rolling plateau of Zlatibor is located in southwestern Serbia, at a height of between 700 and 1500 m above sea-level. It located near Užice and Čajetina and is 238 km from Belgrade. The highest points are the peaks of Tornik (1496 m) and Čigota (1422 m).
Throughout the year, top athletes come to train in Zlatibor and there are also basketball camps and instruction in paragliding, tennis, skiing and swimming.
There is also ample opportunity for leisure activities, with groups or individuals often seen on the many walking paths (which lead to Čigota, Rzav canyon, Gradina, Oko, Crni Vrh and Ribničko Jezero lake) or exploring the beauty of Zlatibor in some other way.