The household receives guests from 15.05. to 15.10.
Room 1: 5 beds
Room 2: 5 beds
Room 3: 2 beds
Total: 12 beds
Bathroom: shared bathroom for all the rooms
Šekularac household offers exclusively traditional, homemade meals, the ones prepared for the household, too. A guest should state previously if vegetarian or vegan food is needed, or if he/she is allergic to some ingredients.
May: potato and other vegetables planting
June: mushroom gathering
July: cow milking and cheese production
August: mowing and hay gathering and forest fruit picking (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries)
September: fruit picking, mushroom gathering and similar
October: Production of winter stores, jams, pickled vegetables and similar
Tasting of products: Yes
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: Yes
Horse riding: Yes
Organization of field trips: Yes
Children props: Yes
Bed sheets and towels: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes
Washing machine: No
Foreign languages in use in household: English
Šekularac family moves to Suvodo katun in May and stays there till October. They have carried on the tradition of their ancestors.
The family is made up of 7 members. Their tradition is husbandry and beekeeping, and it still goes on, with new generations.
The basic activity of Šekularac family is husbandry but they also own a garden where they grow vegetables for them and for their guests. They have an orchard, too and they produce jams and juices and if you happen to visit at the right time, you can take part in these activities.
Šekularac household is situated at the very border of the National Park Biogradska Gora. Thus, their household is in its proximity. A marked bicycle trail passes by their farm. There are three glacial lakes close to it, Šiško, Ursulovačko and Pešića Lake. They are only one to two hours away on foot. Also, the highest Bjelasica peak (2,139 m), Crna Glava, is close by.