Skadar Lake National Park

Skadar Lake National Park is the Montenegrin side of Lake Skadar. It is the largest lake of the Balkans.

3 things to do

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Konoba Badanj

Beautifully restored and offering a menu of local fish and pork specialities, [http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=131690433669 Badanj] is Virpazar's best restaurant. You can sit inside, outside in the town square or on a pretty terrace directly over the water. Prices are reasonable and service excellent.

EAT   —  b.b Virpazar

Plavi 1

Right next to Badanj overlooking the lake is Plavi 1, the town's main cafe bar. Owned by a former professional goalkeeper (hence the name, which means Number One Blue), it's a good spot to sit and unwind, and of course it's the place to go to watch live football matches.

DRINK   —  b.b Virpazar


Villa Miela

Villa accommodation in Virpazar sleeping 8-10, available to rent.

SLEEP   —  +44 (0)7944 315949 —  Virpazar b.b.

About Skadar Lake National Park

Lake Skadar is a vast freshwater lake, two thirds of which is in Montenegro and the remainder in Albania. It is surrounded by dramatic karst mountains and hosts a thrilling array of wildlife with more than 260 species of birds, traditional fishing villages, islet monasteries and pristine beaches. It has been a protected National Park since 1983 and was added, in 1996, to the World's List of Wetlands of International Importance by the Ramsar Convention.

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