The Uvac River's spectacular Meanders

Uvac is an international transboundary river, rising under Golija mountain and Pešter plateau.

It flows through southwestern Serbia forming a magnificent canyon.

Uvac represents the morphological whole of Starovlaška highland. The region has a specific relief that meanders up to a hundred meters high are meandering.

For a thousand years, water has shaped the terrain resulting in the formation of the largest cave system in Serbia - Ušački cave system with a total length of 6185m

The Uvac Special Nature Reserve belongs to category I of Nature Reserves in Serbia.

Uvac is known for its successful project of the preservation of the griffon vulture.


Enjoy the beautiful Uvac in our new video below:


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