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Bovan lake [Bovansko jezero]
Serbia

Bovan lake in the gorge of the river Moravice, about ten kilometers from Sokobanja, artificial reservoirs in the Morava river basin system. Is about 8km long and up to 50 meters deep near the dam. It is rich in fish, and, say, a true paradise for fishermen. In the summer season on the shores of the lake there are more swimmers. A trip to the lake Bovan, fishing, swimming or boating, events that are long remembered. The reservoir is located on the river in Moravice bovanskoj gorge between the villages and Trubarevac Bovan.


Recently Sokobanjska Bovan lake side is arranged, nasipan the sand and placed the wooden desks, chairs and umbrellas. Every day this side of the lake visiting a large number of campers and swimmers who seek refuge from the unbearable summer heat, which these days reaches the level of 40ti. Otherwise, remain far more popular and the killings Aleksinačka side of the lake near the village Bovan by which this artificial lake was named. On this side, "the first - red," "second" and "third party" has a lot more swimmers, the beach is open and offers more entertainment and recreation than Sokobanjska. A large number of visitors Sokobanja Bovan the lake complained that the water is dirty because the inflow of fresh water from rivers Moravice minimized due to drought and high temperatures. Also, anywhere there is a public toilet or faucet with no source of drinking water and therefore there are no showers.

Spacious beaches, better access to water, more parking space, proximity of shops, restaurants and cafes on the beach and paddle boats available for rent advantages are Aleksinačka Bovan the lake compared to Sokobanja. However, observations of swimmers are also present on that side, most people complain about the lack of public toilets, nehigijenu, the lack of public fountains and sources of drinking water, the string so ubiquitous.

What we would certainly recommend you ride a pedalo which costs 300 dinars per hour. Rakic ​​Jovka pensioner who rents pedal boats said that this year visit the lake Bovan weaker than the last. As he says, given that these days takes care of access to the beach, hoping that these days the number of visits to improve.

Text source: Bovansko jezero

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Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 04/08/2011
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