The Orjen mountain massif area encompasses 18,156 hectares of diverse habitats of European significance, including caves, forests, grasslands, mountain pastures, and meadows. This area is an ideal habitat for significant species such as bear, wolf, chamois, and the attractive bird of prey, the golden eagle. The area is also known for the presence of the "munika" tree, a black pine species that grows only in the Balkans.
The massif area is recognized as the most attractive destination for an active holiday, offering activities such as nature stays, hiking, mountain climbing, and speleology. Come and explore the natural beauty of Orjen and its fascinating wildlife, and take in the stunning views of the surrounding landscapes. Don't miss the chance to visit Orjen mountain and experience the great outdoors!