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Etno Village Montenegro
Family Blagojevic moved to this area in mid-sixteenth century and was traditionally engaged in agriculture and cattle breeding. From then until now brothers Blagojevic with their families and parents are managing to preserve the traditional way of producing food. From their grandmother they have preserved traditional recipes for cooking food (polenta, gruel, pies, lamb, homemade bread, preparing dairy products) and this tradition has already been transferred to their posterity.
Etno village Montenegro was established in 2006, which makes it the oldest village of this type in Montenegro. The village was established just one day before the country of Montenegro gained its indipendence back, so the name for the village is really symbolic.
The owners are one of the initiators of the program of organic production, followed by publishing various books and brochures based on the preservation of our cultural heritage and traditions (Herbs Guide through Piva, Montenegro Chef, Montenegro from farm to fork, Beauty and antiques of Montenegro etc.)
The offer in the etno village is very wide and rich, and among it you could try:
Rafting on Tara river