Ski Serbia

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Ski Serbia


Skiing in Serbia was popular during the 1970s and 80s, and has been enjoying a comeback since the ending of the regional wars and turmoil.  It is now a coveted secret by those in the know.  If you want beautiful scenery and value for money then you might consider Serbia for your next skiing adventure.






The purpose-built resort of Kopaonik (fondly known as ‘Kop’) on Mt. Kopaonik has all the amenities you could wish for close by, including ski-in/ski-out accommodation.


Located in the southeastern part of Serbia, the area gets plenty of snow and also enjoys a high percentage of sunny days.  One downside is that the transfer time from Belgrade airport is rather long.  The resort has been gradually expanding and improving and offers excellent value for money.   They have bi-lingual instructors and there is plenty to keep family members of all ages happy, making a ski trip there affordable and satisfying.  There is plenty of après ski entertainment with various clubs and bars.


Also available is cross country skiing, 450m of night skiing, sleigh rides, ice skating, sleigh rides and ski-mobiling.  The resort has plenty of restaurants and eateries where you can sample some Serbian cuisine or stick with the known.   There are ten restaurants on the mountain.  They have a ski school with bi-lingual instructors, rentals, and good facilities for beginners.  The mountain is open for snowboarders with plenty of varied terrain.



Situated in the south west of Serbia Zlatibor is located 220 km far from Belgrade. Average altitude of this mountain highland is 1,000 m, surrounded by peaks Tornik (1,496 m), Cigota (1,422 m) and many others.



Stara planina is the biggest mountain in the East Serbia and presents one of the most important natural beauties in the country. Although still “unrevealed”, it belongs to the group of the main tourist centers and destinations, and as such, it is ranked as a priority tourist offer of Serbia.