See breathtaking Vratna canyon with magnificent stone gates. Near monastery Vratna, on a mountain river, clear and great for fishing, there are giant stone doors - gates that nature made. These gates are natural phenomena in canyon Vratna, and experts say that they are the biggest in Europe. Small gate is 15m long, 30m wide and the hatch is 34m high. Near this gate is Big Overgrow 45m long and 26m high, while the third, Dry, is a bit further, in the most unapproachable part. Visit UNESCO world heritage site, the ancient imperial palace Felix Romuliana and the remains of its gigantic towers and fortifications show the might of the Roman emperor Galerius, buried on the hill above it. For wine lovers, there are 270 Rajac wine cellars, and they represent a unique architectural complex of wine cellars from the half of XVIII to the first half of XX century. On a hill above the village, where the wine cellars are located, lays one of a kind cemetery whose monuments are made of sandstone, like the breweries are. Because of the lands incline all the monuments are distorted, and those with hats are considered to be male and without female monuments. It is considered that it dates from the XVII and XVIII century. Taste delicious homemade Serbian food, walk around non-touched nature and enjoy trekking in the forest.
Word of advice: Please bring appropriate shoes for hiking, water & sunscreen during hot months, maybe put in some hat.
Regular tour: 149€
If you would like a private tour, we can organize one for you. Please contact us.
- Vratna Gates and Monastery
- Felix Romuliana archeological site
- Rajac village
- Pick up from your accommodation
- Entrance fees
- Professional Tour guide
- Drop off at your accommodation
We will pick you up from your accommodation. We'll work out the details once you call us or send us an email.
Phone: +381 66 509 17 93
Do I need to book this tour?
Yes, please book no later than 6pm the day before.
Is this tour available whole year round?
No, due to the nature of the tour, it is only available from April 1st until October 31st.