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Accursed Mountains

The Accursed Mountains region, in particular the most attractive natural and cultural assets, is accessible through numerous hiking trails. This trail network, which can be passed on foot, bicycle or animals, offers different yet similar cultural landscapes.

The region is already known for its natural wonders and wild mountain scenery, but it has something more than that, something for those who seek to explore its mysteries. These lands are rich in myths and legends, unique traditions and customs that have been transmitted from one generation to the next.

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  • Length - 280 km

  • Loop - Yes

  • Difficulty - Moderate

  • High - 2500 m

  • Low - 810 m


Guide book

It is an essential product where the region is identified as a single destination.

The guide book will not only promote this region for its landscape, but also highlight the culture, history and values of the local community.

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Information about Cultural Itinerary

Download the maps in .gpx version or .kml version to better reach the trail


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 The cultural itinerary has been identified under the brand of "Accursed Cultour".

The itinerary being a TOUR of CULTURE includes these 2 words in a merged form as well as the nickname of the

Discover how to reach the region by main airports near by, main cities and main localities in the region.

By Plane:

a) Podgorica Airport (TGD):

• 94km distance from Gusinje by car/bus (this

Experience an amaizing journey in the ideal remote region, Accursed Cultour. 

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The rugged terrain of the Accursed Mountains is home to the highest mountains in the Dinaric Alps. The highest points of this range is Jezerca Peak 2,694 m, Gjeravica Peak 2,653 m, and Zla Kolata

There are several stories about the origin of the name “Accursed Mountains”.

One version explains it with their harsh nature, rugged terrain, deep valleys and canyons. Others say that these



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Explore the beaty and the magic of Accursed Mountains


Acknowledgement of the project

Provided by the Regional Cooperation Council’s Tourism Development and Promotion Project.
Implemented by the Institute of Public and Private Policies (IP3)
This project is funded by the European Union

Disclaimer: This website was created and maintained with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the Institute of Public and Private Policies (IP3) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Regional Cooperation Council and the European Union.

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Tourist Information Points

Get all the information about transport, accommodation and activities in the region. 

  • iconGUSINJE - Visitor Centre 
  • iconPLAV - Tourist Organisation of Plav 
  • iconTAMARE - Tourist Information Office
  • iconTHETH - Tourist Info Centre
  • iconDUKAGJIN - Regional Tourism Centre 
  • iconRUGOVA - Visitor Centre 

Explore the Region

  • “Accursed Mountains” - The legend behind it. Read
  • Things to know about the Accursed Mountains. Read
  • Detailed description of the whole itinerary of Accursed Cultour. Read
  • How to reach Accursed Cultour. Read
  • Branding the Accursed Cultour region. Read
  • Dowonload maps of the cultural itinerary. Read
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