Situated in Europe’s boutique southeast corner, north Montenegro provides an idyllic setting for cosy, snow- blanketed winters, and outdoor sun-kissed summers. The quaint town of Kolašin sits at 960m above sea level, in the country’s northern region, known for its abundance of fauna and flora, unspoilt natural environment and fresh mountain air.
A turn off the main highway, just 80km north of Podgorica Airport, Kolašin is Montenegro’s principal mountain and ski resort, sat on the riverbank of the gushing Tara. A perfect base for explorers and hikers, the town is located in close proximity to the UNESCO-protected Biogradska Gora National Park, Europe’s last surviving primeval forest, and a choice of breath-taking hiking routes along the Bjelasica mountain range. Sitting just a short distance from the Serbian border, the town also provides onward connectivity to Serbia and the wider region via road or the renowned Belgrade-Bar railway.
As the country’s principal established ski and mountain resort with proximity to national parks and hiking routes, Kolašin is the perfect year-round destination for cultural, culinary and activity-packed stays.