Serbia, located on southeast Europe’s Balkan peninsula, is a comparatively small country with a population of around 7 million people. The Serbian people have a real zest for life and are renowned for their genuine, emphatic hospitality. Since the 1990s, Serbia has seen a significant rise in its standards of living and general wellbeing indicators.

High health and life expectancy rates are undoubtedly bolstered by the fact that Serbian food standards are very high, so much so that many European countries import Serbian food for its higher nutritious values. Visiting many local restaurants and food markets, you’ll find there is a real emphasis on eating organically, seasonally and locally.

Education standards are quite high and many Serbs can speak more than one language.

Serbia is known for it sporting achievements. Serbs have won gold medals in a multitude of sports and, of course, two of the country’s most prominent sporting heroes include current world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic and former Manchester United football player Nemanja Vidic.

The Serbian climate ranges from a continental climate in the north - with cold winters, and hot, humid summers with well-distributed rainfall patterns - to a more Adriatic climate in the south - with very hot, dry summers, moderate autumns and relatively cold winters with heavy inland snowfall.

Serbia is a diverse country. With vibrant cities, showcasing a fascinating national history; breath-taking natural scenery, which includes national parks, forests and mountain ranges; and world-leading health retreats, with natural mineral-rich reserves. As such, Serbia is the perfect location for those hoping to combine sightseeing and culture with rest and recuperation.


Medical and Spa Centre

The centre is a modern, internationally-recognised medical facility offering preventative, diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitation services for those suffering from gastrointestinal, skeletal, joint and muscular disorders. There are also specialised treatments and preventative procedures for diabetics.

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