The city municipality of Barajevo is entirely outside the urban area of Belgrade and belongs to the suburban parts of Belgrade. It is located in the south-southwest part of outer Belgrade. The municipality center of Barajevo is 27 kilometers from the center of Belgrade. It shares borders with the municipalities of Čukarica and Voždovac, with Sopot in the east, Lazarevac in the south, and Obrenovac in the west.
Tourism is a great but still underutilized opportunity for faster development of the municipality of Barajevo. Due to the fact that it does not have a developed industry, the municipality is still an area of unpolluted environment.
The geographical location, climatic conditions, diversity of flora and fauna, as well as the rich historical, ethnological and cultural heritage of this region, represent a stable basis for the development tourism. A successful example of environmental protection, agricultural and rural economy is eco-agro tourism. Attractive hunting grounds with various game species, preserved nature, streams and gentle slopes, forests and a lake rich in fish, best represent Barajevo and its surroundings. The largest preserved forest belt is the Lipovica Forest complex, which covers 1200 hectares and is located only 20 km from the center of Belgrade. All this provides opportunities for the development of ecological and recreational tourism, as well as the excursion into the area.
The courtyard of the church port in Barajevo, as well as the church of the log cabin in Vranić, dating from 1823, are both worthy of attention of not only tourists but also the inhabitants of Belgrade, because they represent valuable cultural assets.
Duboki potok is an artificial lake in the territory of the Barajevo municipality. It is about 35 kilometers from Belgrade. The accumulation lake Duboki Potok was built in the early 1990s on the stream of the same name which is a tributary river to the Barajevo river, just two kilometers from the center of Barajevo.
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