Forest Estate "Rasina" Krusevac, Address: JNA 18 +381 37/421-519; 420-750; 420-75124. Hunting ground “Veliki Jastrebac“ covers an area of 29,731 ha, and it is located 220 km away from Belgrade and 23 km from Krusevac. It can be reached by a paved road and it is situated in the central part of Veliki Jastrebac Mountain, in the Valley of Lomnica River at 400 – 1200 above the sea level. Roe deer, wild boars, and woodcock can be hunted here. Within the hunting ground there is a breeding site where breeding and hunting of European deer and wild boar take place. A hunting house with 35 beds is located here as well. Accommodation in Soko Banja hotels is also available.


Celije Lake is an artificial accumulation on the Rasina River. In order to mitigate great differences of the Rasina River flow and to suspend alluvial deposits, in 1979 55 m high dam was erected and Celije Lake was formed in the Zlatare Gorge. Basin area of Celije Lake is 598 km². Water is 45 m deep and its transparency during the summer season is 4 meters. Looking at the satellite images, Celije Lake appears as a dragon shaped. Fish fund: carp, Pike perch, catfish, bream, bass, pike, chub, common bleak, carp...



Tourist Organization of the City of Krusevac

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+381 37 445 180

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