When the warm days come, the best way to cool down is to go on a hike by the riverside. With that in mind, we created a refreshing and adventurous tour that will take you through some of the most beautiful and interesting places which the river Gradac has to offer. Join us and savour the wonderful landscapes of the Gradac River gorge and meet a small part of Serbia which you will never forget.
Gradac is a river in Western Serbia well known for its unpolluted streams and beautiful gorge. It flows through the karst region of Valjevo Mountains and in the city of Valjevo it meets with the river Kolubara. Gradac has clean water which is drinkable in the biggest part of the gorge. With the length of 13 km it goes through rocky hills, makes blue river pools, and flows under old wooden bridges and over old dams. Biosphere of this canyon is very rich and here we can find trout, crabs and the biggest attraction of the river Gradac – otters. During the summer the river is very nice for picnics and swimming. In addition to its natural values, there are also some historical and archeological sites in the gorge. On the top of the hills you can find old Roman fortresses and a Christian church dating from the 4th century AD. The biggest cave of Western Serbia is located in this canyon – Degurić cave, over 2.5 km long.