- Translation from Serbian – mountain of hawks
- Highest peak 1500m
- One of the most wooded – birch, beech and conifers
- Over 300km of motorcycle and quad trails
- In the upper half of the mountain the base is sandy
- Due to the limestone composition, the whole mountain is intertwined with streams full of crabs
- Two hotels and a lake (Jastrebac lake resort)
- At the bottom of the mountain is a spa with healing water and accommodation (Ribarska)
- Rich in many wild edible plants: sagebrush, nettle, dandelion, wild strawberries, apples and pears, various types of edible mushrooms
- Ideal for riding, camping, hunting, shooting, love making
- Every weekend the locals from the bottom of the mountain ride motorcycles through the woods. They are friendly and will show you many routes.
- Don’t try to race with them!
Jastrebac mountain is one of the most forested mountains in this part of Europe, but also one of the oldest mountains in Serbia. According to the legend, he owes his dense forest as well as his name, to the hawk. He with the twigs he collected for the nest, also brought the seeds he sowed along the way. They grew plants, grass and trees that still adorn its slopes.
Guests will be greeted by two peaks (Đulica and Pogled) that are sunny all year round. One of the few mountains in Serbia where you can see large forests of white birch – a species characterized by beautiful, snow-white trees. In order to prevent the extinction of the species that has become a trademark of this mountain, the state of Serbia has protected them by law! But, you can ride around them… Try not to hit: European deer, wild boar, rabbits, badgers, martens and other animals.
Near Jastrebac is the town of Krusevac – the capital of medieval Serbia. The city where the most important decisions were made in the 13th century, to this day preserves the most important buildings from that time. The archeological park Lazarev grad, with the remains of a medieval fortress and the church Lazarica, built in honor of the firstborn son of Prince Lazar, are the best preserved monuments in this area.
Lovers of good wine will enjoy a tour of one of the best wine regions in the country, the famous Alexandrovac Parish. In the local wine cellars you can taste wines from indigenous grape varieties – Prokupac, Smederevka, Plovdina and incense. And when you are in Aleksandrovac, be sure to visit the Museum of Wine and Viticulture, where items that vividly testify to the development of this area are kept. And once again, don’t try to get the locals drunk, or race with them on a motorcycle. You will lose, because they have been doing it since they were little.