Mecavnik ethno village Mecavnik ethno village

Mecavnik, ethno village, established by famous Serbian film director Emir Kusturica. This unusual town is located on Mokra Gora, in western Serbia, between mountains Zlatibor and Tara. It consists of wooden houses, precisely log huts, which preserved the authentic of this part of Serbia.

Some of these log huts were carried from neighboring villages, which gives to Mecavnik a special charm, as they are named after the owners, like Vitorova house, Ostojica house…All these houses attracts with own exterior, but the interior also offers a feeling of warmth, because you can feel the love and attention invested in interior. It’s enough to know that all furniture in log huts is handmade, carved and imaginative illustrated, with decorative needle worked curtains on small windows. All rooms has bathroom, plasma TV, telephone. Part of Mecavnik is also a church, restaurant, souvenir shop, gallery, cinema Underground, national restaurant, weave workshop, and many other things that makes your stay in this really special place unforgettable.

Streets in this town are named after famous persons from culture, science, sport, such as the main street of Ivo Andric, street of Ernest Ce Gevara, Diego Maradona, Miodrag Petrovic Ckalja – famous Serbian actor, Felini, Bergman. Soon, one street will be named after Novak Djokovic.

Together with famous train Cira and Sargan Eight, this is one of the most attractive tourist destinations of Serbia.

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