A romantic region of gentle mountains, traditions and hospitality, Zlatibor encompasses the Tara and Šargan mountains in the north and the Murtenica hills bordering BiH. The town centre (tržni centar) has everything you could need, but not far beyond are quaint villages where locals are oblivious to ski-bunny shenanigans.
This little town is a gateway to attractions ranging from the sacred to the subterraneous. Manasija Monastery was a refuge for artists and writers fleeing the Turkish invasion of Kosovo in the early 1400s. Many consider Manasija's vivid frescos to be predecessors to the Serbian equivalent of Renaissance art.