is on the twenty fifth km from Bajina Bašta
Mitrovac is on 1080 m above the sea level. It has a very good
climate with many days with lots of sunshine. There are hunting
house and Belgrade children vacation and rehabilitation center.
From Mitrovac you may take field trips to all parts of Tara. The
biggest atraction is visit to Kozija stena, and Tepih livada
(carpet meadow). Few km from Mitrovac there is artificial lake in Zaovine where you
can swim and go fishing.
Small playgrounds for football and basketball court.
There is also a big football court on grass.
At the center of children vacation center there is a covered
On Mitrovac there are chutes for children and beginners.
It is very suitable for mountain
Children vacation centre, Pavilions in mountain style with 600 beds. It is a part of
Belgrade children vacation centers. It was built in 1979. It has a central object
and six pavilions. Each pavilion has 98 beds in rooms with 6 to 10
beds and a room for guardian on each floor. Within the vacation
center there is a national restaurant “Kačara”. In the central
object there is a covered swimming pool, a mess room, a restaurant
and a TV room. There is also a dispensary.
road from Perućac to Mitrovac
Visitors, guests and nature lovers can hire weekend houses at
Krnja jela, 3 km from Mitrovac.
the canyon of Drina can be spotted 10 Km from
Bajina Bašta, on lake Perućac made in 1967 at the foot of mount
Tara. There is the highest dam in Serbia, 89 meters high and 461
long. Few km from Perućac towards Mitrovac you have beautiful view
on canyon of Drina, lake, dam and town of BajinaBašta.
center of NP “Tara” on Mitrovac
It is the most valuable object built in recent years. It coasted
eight million dinars.
There tourists and other interested parties can get data about the
National park, bye books, maps and cards and
Organized groups can see the film about Tara in a room for 50
spectators. On 240 square meters there is an exhibition of natural
heritage, of plant and animal life and of cultural heritage. In a
special room there is an ethonological collection with lots of
objects and costumes of people from this area from the first half
of the past century. Rangers, who also help tourists, work there.
They help tourists to see natural reserves and sight points at the