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Bovansko jezero - druga plaža

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Na putu za Sokobanju, na desetak kilometara pre Sokobanje nalazi se Bovansko jezero. Bilo biciklom, kolima, autobusom ili pešice svejedno, lako je do njega doći.

To je veštačko jezero dugo 10 km, sa najvećom dubinom od preko 30 m na pojedinim mestima. Bogato je ribom i pravo je uživanje za pecaroše. Ako volite da pecate, tu je smuð, som, šaran i druga vrsta ribe. Pravi je raj za kampere. Jezero je čuveno po ribi, a pecaroši (dokazano) tvrde da se tu hvataju somovi od 60, amuri od 20 ili smuðevi od 10 kilograma. Ribolovačko udruženje "Moravica" stara se o ovom jezeru.

Pošto je to akumulacija za snabdevanje vodom susednog Aleksinca, zabranjena je vožnja motornim čamcima. Medjutim za jedriličare, ljubitelje veslanja i pedalina je pravi raj. Svake godine dva puta , u aprilu i septembru održava se jedriličarska regata "Bovan".

Na jezeru postoje i pogodna mesta za kupanje, kao i improvizovana mesta za kampovanje.  Ako je vrućina, ne brinite, trebaju vam samo kupaćice. Jedini nedostatak je što ne postoji opremljeno kamp-naselje sa strujom, vodom za piće i higijensko kupanje, kanalizacionim odvodima. Ipak, ovo mesto je jako pogodno za izlet ili zaustavljanje radi osveženja u toku putovanja. Tokom letnjih meseci na plažama jezera okupi se više hiljada kupača, ribolovaca i kampera. Voda je kod brane duboka i do 50 metara i zbog toga se neiskusnijim plivačima ne preporučuje odaljavanje od priobalja. Međutim, uvek možete iznajmiti pedalino i sa njim se otisnuti do najudaljenijih zaliva sa druge strane jezera.

Obližnje šume nisu ništa manji raj za lovce - osim raznih vrsta ptica ima i lisica, vukova, divljih mačaka. Meštani kažu da je pre nekoliko godina zalutao i ris, a da su tokom bombardovanja ovde i neki medvedi pronašli utočište.

Text: Bovansko jezero

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A: Bovan lake (Bovansko jezero)

by Saša Stojanović, 220 meters away

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Bovan lake (Bovansko jezero)

B: Bovansko jezero [summertime]

by Saša Stojanović, 310 meters away

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C: At the center of Bovan lake

by Saša Stojanović, 450 meters away

At the center of Bovan lake

D: Bovan lake [Bovansko jezero]

by Saša Stojanović, 720 meters away

Bovan lake in the gorge of the river Moravice, about ten kilometers from Sokobanja, artificial reserv...

Bovan lake [Bovansko jezero]

E: Afternoon fishing @ Bovan lake

by Saša Stojanović, 3.5 km away

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F: Bovan lake near Trubarevac

by Saša Stojanović, 3.9 km away

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G: Mozgovo - Bradarac roadway

by Saša Stojanović, 4.0 km away

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H: Poružnica village

by Saša Stojanović, 6.8 km away

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Poružnica village

I: Vukica"s house in Poružnica village

by Saša Stojanović, 6.9 km away

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J: Crkva Svete Trojice blizu Aleksinca

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