Serbia is one of the former countries of Yugoslavia and has a few nice waterfalls. Serbia has, in summertime, a warm climate with little rain.
Serbia is a mountainous country with peaks over 2.000 meter. The highest mountain is the Midžor with a height of 2.169 meter.
Kaluđerski Skok is the highest waterfall in the country with a total height of 232 meter. The waterfall is located north of Topli Do, near the border with Bulgaria, in the nature park Stara Planina.
Map of waterfalls in Serbia
A map of waterfalls in Serbia will follow soon.
Best waterfalls in Serbia
|Veliki Buk||East||Strmosten, Vodna||20-25 m||20||2.5|
|Vrelo Vodopad||West||Perućac,||10 m||10||2.5|
|Gostilje, Vodopad||West||Gostilje (Гостиље)||20 m||20||2|
|Kaluđerski Skok||Southeast||Topli Do (Топли До), Pirot||232 m||232||2|
|Kopren Vodopad||Southeast||Pirot (Пирот)||103 m||103||2|
|Ripaljka Vodopad||Central-eastern||Sokobanja (Сокобања)||17 m||17||2|