Kremna village – Rural Household 140

Kremna village – Rural Household 140

Kremna Rural Tourism – PANACOMP Household Property for rent – 140

Slavica Vračarić from Kremna village in south-west Serbia is for several year, together with her wonderful family, engaged in special form of rural tourism – children schools and outdoor workshops, primarily designed for children educational programs. In this rural household set on tranquil clearing on the edge of the sleepy Kremna village, entirely surrounded with pure natural environment of the Tara National Park, children are encouraged to take part in various educational and creative activities throughout the full-day or several days enjoyment in beneficial natural environment to feed animals, participate in gardening, walk along endless meadows and surrounding pine forests and actively join creative music and painting workshops.

After numerous imaginative activities and companionship duties in open-air where children happily and freely play in the vast yard surrounding the household, using all advantages of mutual friendship and understanding various socializing virtues, follow genuine traditional delicacies – homemade food from organic vegetables and fruits and meat grown and smoked on their estate : cheese-pie, cheese, kaymak, ham, donuts, chicken with fried potato, fresh salads, strudel with poppy, pancakes with Dog rose jam, apricot jam dough-nut, sweets with forest fruits… Accommodation is arranged in an old and the brand new house – traditionally appointed rooms on the first floor of the old family house, furnished with wood and natural materials containing 6 first-class beds each, and a double-triple bedroom for teachers-elders, with two shared bathrooms. In the new house there is the spacious dining room and the whole floor with 2 bedrooms and total of 6 beds and 2 bathrooms, which is very suitable for family vacations. Guests staying in this rural household in the Kremna village have Internet at their disposal. Thanks to invigorating vacations spent in natural ambiance of tiny Kremna village in Zlatibor and Tara Mountains region and meticulously prepared activities, children get back home enhanced by stimulating energy and new experiences, so they easily accept obligations, joyfully keen to receive new skills and knowledge. This outstanding rural household in Kremna village has fantastic heirs /3 children/what makes it truly suitable for family vacations with children in all seasons – you can not say which period is better,  since winter in Kremna village on Tara Mountain slopes is exquisitely idyllic. Proximity of various tourist attractions – Mecavnik Wooden Town, Sargan Eight Train, Tara and Zlatibor mountains and tourist centers make stay in this beautiful rural household really memorable.

Here are impressions of guests who recently stayed in this rural household :

….”Dear Ivanka, We have just come back from our holidays. We have really enjoyed very much staying in rural households. We have been delighted with the Vracaric family in Kremna. The room in the old house was very nice and Slavica is really a great cook. All the family is very welcoming and they were always doing their best for us. Even the little boys will be careful not to make noise in the mornings to let us rest until very late. Slavica is very patient and speaks slowly so we were able to understand each others and we were happy to try to speak Serbian. It is really the best place to stay to visit Tara and Mokra Gora.

Staying in these households, we were able to meet and enjoy staying with Serbian people. It is the best way to travel and it is better to spend some days there. The hospitality is always wonderful ; when you leave, you are leaving friends. I hope many people will visit these households, I am sure they will enjoy it. Best regards, Sophie and Alan, France-Serbia”

Hello,  Erverything OK. We are back in Belgium after our tour. It was very nice to stay with the Vracaric Family. They were very friendly. The house and the meals were very good. We liked it very much there.

Kind regards, Ann Verbrugghe