Relax @ Ozren
Ozren bb, 18230, Soko Banja,
Phone: 069/69 49 69
Meals and drinks at the most beautiful Ozren sight place. Barbecue, always fresh fish from the lake near the restaurant, always hot buns, and more at the restaurant "RELAX".
Ozren mountain above Sokobanja whose peak is 1118 m above sea level. Put the Sokobanja to Ozren is ab...
This lake is inside the hopital area of Special hostpital "Ozren" at mountain Ozren near Sokobanja spa.
WATERFALL "Ripaljka"Below the parking lot where we recommend that you leave the car, the trail leads ...
Ripaljka waterfall is greates waterfall in eastern Serbia. It is located in Ozren mountain, near Soko...
Not far from the resort called "eye" is a popular resort "Kalinovica". Resort is surrounded by beech ...
Ozren - "oxygen factory"Sokobanjska valley is a small area in the central part of eastern Serbia, cle...
"Očno" is a siht place at mountain Ozren near Sokobanja, spa in easter Serbia.
"KRIVINČE"If you want to spend the day in the countryside, mountains Ozren will provide hospitality t...
Chuka park II is one of many parks in area of Sokobanja spa in eastern Serbia. Photo: virtuelne panorame
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