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Divcibare, mountain for winter and summer…
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Divcibare is about 120 km away from Belgrade and from Novi Sad about 180 km. It is located 38 km at southeast part of Valjevo, on the mountain Maljen, on the 980m above the sea level and there are four Nature Reserves: Crna Reka, Čalački potok, and Vražji vir. Divcibare has a mild and pleasant climate, and in this area are mixed air masses from the Mediterranean with the air of the Carpathians and the Pannonian Plain, and therefore it’s not surprising the presence of iodine in the air.
The average temperature on the Divcibare is about 18°C, with a warmer autumn than spring. Except of its tourism attraction, Divcibare is considered as one of the best places for the rehabilitation of Serbia because its favourable climatic conditions allow treatment of bronchial asthma, bronchitis and pneumonia.
Abound Divcibare there are many rivers, springs and streams that belong to the basins Kolubara and Zapadna Morava. The most interesting one is the river Manastirica with its impressive waterfall of about 20m high, known as „Skakalo“. Divcibare is known for and vast meadows with soft grass and coniferous and deciduous forests that surround them.

At the end of April on Divcibare occurs most beautiful mountain flower, narcissus, but it is very famous for wild strawberries, wild raspberries and blackberries as well.
There are so many hotels and resorts that in their offer have everything you need for a quality mountain vacation. Ski center is equipped for winter sports with many ski slopes and ski lifts for children and adults, as well as you can enjoy in summer time when you can have fun on swimming pools, or in your favourite summer sports on courts for tennis, football, basketball and volleyball. If you prefer walking tour in a nature, Divcibare is certainly paradise for you with its trails that lead through the forests and meadows.

Author: Aleksandar Devetak

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