Gentlemen beach at Moravica river
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Gentlemen beach at Moravica river

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Malo iznad Župan plaže nalazi se "Tesnac". To je plaža gde je reka Moravica najuža u svom toku, ali veoma atraktivna za kupače. Nadalje, iznad plaža „šest kaca“ i „tri kace“ na reci Moravici nalazi se „džentlmen plaža“ - mesto gde se ponekad okupljaju nudisti. Plaže se nalaze se oko 500 m uzvodno od Župana i veoma su posećene. Ime su dobile po izgledu stena kroz koje reka protiče. Krečnjački masivi su vodom tako izlokani da podsećaju na burad odn. kace. I ove dve plaže imaju mesta pogodna za skokove i veoma su posećene tokom leta. Pored ovih, posećena su i poznata još i druga kupališta na Moravici, koja se nalaze uzvodno od navedenih: Džentlmen, pomenuta Lepterija i Stari brest.

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Text: Džentlmen plaža

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Imágenes cercanas en Serbia

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A: Marco Polo restaurant (Restoran Pećina)

por Saša Stojanović, 120 metros de distancia

There is one nice place for rest near river Moravica in place called Lepterija. It is on half way bet...

Marco Polo restaurant (Restoran Pećina)

B: Dr. Jovanovich spring (Izvor Dr.Jovanovica)

por Saša Stojanović, 240 metros de distancia

Spring of Dr. Jovanovich is located betwean Lepterija sight and 6 kaca sight near Sokobanja http://so...

Dr. Jovanovich spring (Izvor Dr.Jovanovica)

C: 6 kaca at river Moravica in Sokobanja

por Saša Stojanović, 260 metros de distancia

6 kaca are beach at Moravica river wich flows throwards Sokobanja. www.soko-banja.org Nearby is Župan...

6 kaca at river Moravica in Sokobanja

D: Plaža Župan [reka Moravica]

por Saša Stojanović, 280 metros de distancia

Najbolje i najbrže ćete stići ako se od centra zaputite ka parku na Banjici. Park se završava upravo ...

Plaža Župan [reka Moravica]

E: Župan beach

por Saša Stojanović, 300 metros de distancia

Najbolje i najbrže ćete stići ako se od centra zaputite ka parku na Banjici. Park se završava upravo ...

Župan beach

F: Zupan beach at the Moravica river in Sokobanja

por Saša Stojanović, 310 metros de distancia

Zupan is one popular beach at the river Moravica in www.soko-banja.org Sokobanja spa in eastern part ...

Zupan beach at the Moravica river in Sokobanja

G: Elephteria sight place

por Saša Stojanović, 320 metros de distancia

There are many legends that are associated with Sokobanja. One of the most interesting is that of a n...

Elephteria sight place

H: Crkva Svete Marije na Lepteriji

por Saša Stojanović, 330 metros de distancia

Alongside the road leading to picnic Lepterija separation to the right leads to the church of Santa M...

Crkva Svete Marije na Lepteriji

I: Crkva Svete Marije

por Saša Stojanović, 330 metros de distancia

Lepterija is the most visited resort in Soko Banja, 2 km from the center. The most attractive route t...

Crkva Svete Marije

J: Restoran Čoka [Sokobanja]

por Saša Stojanović, 340 metros de distancia

Restoran Čoka [Sokobanja]

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