The Vranjina walking trail leads to this 13th-century complex that’s been destroyed in many wars; the current building dates from the 19th century. The monastery is also a regular stop on boat tours.
The remains of the 19th-century fortress Lesendro lie just along the causeway. The busy highway and railway tracks prevent land access to the site, but you'll get great views on a boat tour.
This restaurant serves up wonderful, fresh krap and bleak (easy now; they're freshwater fish); savour it on the lovely lakeside terrace while enjoying a glass of local vino.
Montenegro's largest wine company, Plantaže, sells its range from a shop built into a cave by the visitor centre's car park. In the busy months, tour operators set up kiosks nearby.