What to buy:
These are typical sweaters made at Sirogojno in Zlatibor, almost every lady can do it there and they are very warm and quality sweaters! There are many various designs, you can pick whatever you like!
They are a bit expensive, but very famous and superb quality!
If you are interested you can see some models here:
What to pay: 145$+shipping if buying online:
If you buy directly there it's much cheaper, about 50-100$
Here you still can hear the sound of water mills grinding grain and this way prolonging the tradition of preparing polenta of white cornmeal. In the villages housewifes make most delicious cheese and dairy dish. In Maýkat best smoked ham and sausages are being made and you can eat good lamb roast in any meat bakery or restaurant. Don't leave Zlatibor before you taste Zlatibor local speciality "komplet lepinja"!
A recipy for preparing the Zlatibor komplet lepinja
Note:lepinja is a type of flat bread -enough for one person. For one person you need:
-1 soup spoon of old zlatibor milk cream
-5 soup spoons of "pretop" (fat and sauce of lamb or pork roast -you can find it in each meat bakery)
Cut off the upper third of lepinja.Grease the lower part with milk cream. Stirr the egg and pour it over milk cream.Press it a little into lepinja put it into a hot oven and bake it about 1O minutes. When you take it out pour warmed pretop over it.
The most popular activity on Zlatibor is skiing, of course. There are nice slopes for the beginners with several cable lifts. Since it's a tame mountain, it's not recommended for ski adventurists, only for the beginners!
Walking around Zlatibor you'll often come across a tree trunk digged in the ground filled with clear spring water called "stubline" (hollow tree trunks). At the bottom of "stublina" (usually made of beech tree) there are small stones to filter water.Beside "stublina" there are usually two big stones to lean on while drinking.more
Snowy scapes are the pearl of Zlatibor. The mountain is tame and you can hike around in the deep snow without worries and dangers. It's for easy hikers, and not for mountain climbers. I love how the snows sticks on the pines... Perhaps in winter it's rather a silver-pine, than golden-pine? :))more