The guests are welcome during summer and fall days (May to October).
THIS HOUSEHOLD DOES NOT PROVIDE ACCOMMODATION SERVICES!
The food is entirely traditional for the north of Montenegro, it is rich with different delicacies and dishes almost forgotten.
May: fields cultivating and vegetable planting
June: meadows mowing and hay gathering
July: meadows mowing and hay gathering
August: fruit picking and preparing it for the winter – drying and freezing
September: fruit picking and storing it in vats, mushrooms harvesting and its storage and processing, preparing jams, juices and others
Tasting of products: Yes
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: Yes
Organization of field trips: No
Children props: No
Pets allowed: Yes
Foreign languages in use in household: No
Vuković family lives in the village Štitarica. There are 6 members in the household, grandparents Vesa and Zoran, with their son and daughter in law and two grandchildren.
The family grows fruit and vegetables. They are nature lovers, their special love is the mountain Sinjajevina. Their main activities include making jams, juices and homemade dishes, everything is done in old, traditional way. Also, they enjoy spending time in nature, they collect herbs and mushrooms and they use these for making homemade teas and various mushroom specialties.
Štitarica village is only 6 km away from Mojkovac, but it is completely hidden within the loveliness of the Štitarička river, the glades on the slopes of the mountain Sinjajevina. It is situated close to the National park Biogradska gora (6 km away), on the mountain Bjelasica. The village is ideal for relaxation and enjoyment in various activities nearby, for example fly fishing zones on the river Tara (a couple of kilometers away). The town of Mojkovac has a lot to offer to people doing sports, it is surrounded by several hiking and biking trails, paragliding location and it abounds in cultural and historic monuments (Brskovo town).