Skadar Lake is the biggest lake in Montenegro and in the Balkans. The lake is full of islands and peninsulas all of which have traces of history and valuable cultural heritage: Žabljak Crnojevića (15th century) – the historic capital of the old Zeta province, Lesendro – old fortress on a rock in the middle of the lake, Grmožur fort, etc... Clear water and preserved environment enabled the development of extremely rich eco-system. This is the only habitat of pelicans in southern Europe. On the shore of the lake there is a small village - Rijeka Crnojevića which organises yearly traditional festivals of fish and wine. Nearby are the remains of the city Obod where a printing house was located which printed the first book in this part of Europe in 1494 – the Oktoih. Besides enjoying the natural beauty of the lake, visitors can engage in various activities such as sailing, cruising and fishing in small fishing boats that represent a real pleasure, especially in the hot summer and spring months.