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Plaža Župan [reka Moravica]
Serbia
Najbolje i najbrže ćete stići ako se od centra zaputite ka parku na Banjici. Park se završava upravo plažom Župan. Najveća i najpoznatija plaža, nalazi se u Sokobanji ispod poznatog hotela "Banjica". Na Županu ima plićaka pored površine sa peskom za sunčanje, u klancu izmedju dve stene dubina je oko 4 metra, što odgovara ljubiteljima skokova u vodu. O tome kako je ovo mesto dobilo ime postoji legenda. U davno vreme, vladar Sokograda imao je sina Župana, koji je voleo devojku, ćerku gospodara Vrmdžanskog grada, Lepteriju. Njihova ljubav bila je velika, ali nažalost zabranjena. Kako vladari dva grada nisu dozvolili brak mladom plemiću i Lepteriji, oni se u znak svoje nesrećne ali večne ljubavi baciše sa stene Vidikovac, preko puta Sokograda u klisuru Moravice. Mesto gde je reka izbacija devojčino telo ljudi nazvaše po njoj, a telo Župana ispliva na mesto danas najpopularnije plaže. Veruje se da duh Lepterije i Župana danas pomaže nesrećno zaljubljenim. Onaj ko ima nesrećnu ljubav, ukoliko se okupa na ovim plažama postaje do kraja života srećno zaljubljen. Zbog velike svežine vode Moravice i nekoliko dubljih virova, slabijim plivačima savetuje se pratnja iskusnih.

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