Despite being on the doorstep of two national parks, Mojkovac (Мојковац; pronounced ‘moy-ko-vats’) hasn't cashed in on its potential – at least not yet. Over recent years there's been a concerted effort to clean up the toxic legacy of centuries of silver, lead and zinc mining. Now that the task has been largely completed, the United Nations Development Programme has turned its attention to encouraging adventure tourism and organic farming – watch this space. In the meantime, don't drink the water.
The centre of town is triangular Trg Ljubomira Bakoča, encompassing a pretty little park and a large pompous statue of Janko Vukotić, who led Montenegrin forces to a bloody, underdog victory against Austria-Hungary in the WWI Battle of Mojkovac.