In the centre of Biogradska gora, at the Bjelasica, maybe "the most romantic" lake.
The water of the lake and its rivers are rich in fish, especially trout, which in autumn comes in flocks to Biograd river to spawn in its shallow waters. In winter the lake is covered by thick ice, on which deer and does walk. The space around the lake is arranged, easily accessible and more and more becomes the target for tourists from the country and the world. Many experts, domestic and foreign, consider it the most beautiful lake in the Balkan peninsula. This is a unique temple. In fact, these few kilometers from the road Kolašin-Mojkovac, are better crossed on foot. Through thick woods, slowly, breathing in completely different air, enter into a different time, get to the motel near the largest lake of Bjelasica.
It is 1,100 meters long, 400m broad, deep on average 4.5m and a maximum of 18 meters. The whole visit can be a long trail just over three kilometres. Walking reveals a world somewhat robust and furious. A world, which remains intact for centuries. Strange plants, of different forms and names. Protected by law from the axes there are spruce, fir, maple, oak, beech, ash ... It can happen that you meet a deer or a fox. Somewhere up there eagles and grouses are cruising. Everything is in accordance, thus even names. The main tributary lakes is Biograd river. The effluent - Jezerštica. That once here was a city - it is hard to imagine. And again, it is hard to believe that people did not since days of old spend nights under the skirts of the century-old trees, by the cold, translucent lake water.
Bjelasica is open, warm, hospitable, and so is its biggest jewel. You can cross the lake by boat. You can eavesdrop and watch along the coast. You can fish and camp near the lake. Have a sweet luncheon. Forget many things, in light walking. But, remember, as in every temple, time is a relative category, and we are the work of God's hands.