The Eco-ethno complex “Kapetan Mišin breg” is located in the heart of the Djerdap gorge 184 kilometers from Belgrade, and only six kilometers from the town of Donji Milanovac. It is situated on a knoll 173 meters above sea level and offers a beautiful view of the Danube River and the town below.

While enjoying the enchanting views of the Djerdap gorge complemented by culinary specialties and the sounds of wooden flutes, you can listen to a story about the history of Porec, or hear about the tradition and culture of the Djerdap cuisine and the way of preparing this traditional fare. You may even learn the secrets of Vlach bread and the bygone Djerdap caviar. Today, very few people remember how much this local black caviar was cherished upon European tables, and how its exports brought in over $8,000,000 in revenue to Serbia each year. A well-known story is one of the life and works of Captain Mihailo “Miša” Anastasijević, who was born not far from these parts in the early 19th century. Captain Misa was the first elected President of the National Assembly of Serbia, a great philanthropist and one of the wealthiest men of his time.

Within the compound you will find an open air gallery called “Man, wood, water,” which is a collection of sculptures made of wood and stone. The gallery occupies approximately 700m2 of land, and its unique works of art are an enduring fixture at the complex.

Also on the grounds at “Kapetan Mišin breg” is a wine museum that opened in 2013. Inside you will find an impressive collection of top domestic and international wines.