The household receives guests from April 1 to November 1.
Room 1: 4 beds
Room 2: 4 beds
Room 3: 2 beds
Room 4: 2 beds
Room 5: 2 beds
Total 14 beds
Bathroom: Each room comes with a bathroom.
There is no menu, traditional dishes are made, the ones prepared for the household as well. It is important for the guest to inform us if vegetarian or vegan dishes are needed or if he/she is allergic to some ingredients.
April: clearing the meadows and orchard, preparing the soil for vegetable planting, cultivating the raspberry fields
May: planting vegetables
June: mowing the meadows, clearing and watering the garden, hoeing potato
July: raspberry picking, watering the garden and other every day jobs
August: field works, picking early plums and apples
September: harvesting all the household fruits, picking apples, collecting and storing potato, preparing winter stores from fruit and vegetables
October: preparing the soil for the coming season, plowing organic fertilizer, preparing firewood, making plum, apple and pear brandy in traditional way.
In all these activities, guests, if interested, can participate.
Tasting of products: YES
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: YES
Horse riding: NO
Organization of field trips: YES
Children props: YES
Bed sheets and towels: YES
Pets allowed: YES
Washing machine: YES
Foreign languages in use in household: YES
Vuković family lives in the village called Štitarica, right next to the local road, beside Štitarička river. Branislav and his wife Zlatana live on the family farm while their three children, Djordje, an architect, Pavle, a forensic and Ksenija, year three law student, live on the relation village-town. Besides rural tourism, the family is into fruit growing and healthy food production. They have inherited the tradition from their parents. Thus, guests visiting this household can enjoy not only the healthy ecological environment but also the organic products grown in traditional way.
Primary activity of Vuković family is fruit growing but they’ve also got a garden where they grow vegetables, for themselves and for their guests. They produce juices and jams, preserves, brandy, various salads and vegetables (potato, onion, carrot, peppers, and beetroot). They have raspberry and strawberry fields, too. If you happen to visit at the right time, you can take part in these activities.
Vuković family is situated in the village Štitarica, at the foothill of the mountain Sinjajevina. The village is placed between Mojkovac and Kolašin, and it is 3 km away from the highway. Biogradsko lake is 6 km away from the household, and the Tara river is some 3 km away. Štitarica is considered one of the most charming villages in Montenegro due to its nature. There is a church built in 1896 located in the village as well as a school which was built in 1910.
There’s also a marked hiking and biking trail leading from the village to Sinjajevina that will take you to the Ružicachurch and it offers a great view to the surrounding area. The household also hosts some spontaneous routes, great for an easy stroll beside river, through the meadows and forest with some excellent rest points and viewpoints. Sport fishing is allowed on the river, with daily license from the local fishing club that can be provided if demanded by the guest.