Bifurcation of the Neredime River
The bifurcation of the Nerodime River is the only case in Europe where a river flows into two seas. The Nerodime River originates in the mountains of Jezerc, and in the village of Nerodime it is divided into two parts, namely into two branches which flow into two different seas. The southern branch (right branch) through the Lepenc River and through the Vardar River flows into the Aegean Sea. The other branch flows into the river Sitnica, the river Ibër and then into the Black Sea. The length of the course of the Nerodime River is 29 km. The bifurcation is a natural phenomenon which is quite attractive to researchers and visitors. As such, it has great touristic, heritage, research and scientific significance.
Pine Park in Rahovicë
One of the important green assets is undoubtedly the Pine Park in the mountain ranges of the Rahovicë village, but an extension also includes the area in the neighbouring villages such as Mirosalë and the toponymy called “Fusha e Madhe”. Seeing the values that this park has; this has led the Municipality of Ferizaj to invest in that place.
Gurrethi Peak is located above the Livadhet e Kishës. As the name implies, it is surrounded by stone on all sides. Sometimes it is also known as Bajraku Peak. There is a 360ᵒ view and from this peak one can see the entire Kosovo plain to the north and north-east, the Karadak Mountains to the south-east, a large part of the Sharri Mountains, the Syrinika Mountains to which this peak belongs too, and to the west we can see Suhareka and a part of the Dukagjini Plain.
The confluence of two rivers
The confluence of two rivers is the place where the Great River joins the Little River and form the Neredime River. This area is considered as an area with high potential for tourism development. During the weekends, this area is visited a lot from various tourists. A swimming pool was built before 1998 which, even after the year 2000 it was still operating for a certain period of time.
The waterfall is located on the side of the main road to Gryka e Jezerci, about 2 km from the confluence of the two rivers. The Jezerc’s waterfall is a beautiful natural attraction, where the water falling from the mountain rocks present the pleas-ant freshness of nature.
Suka e Dermanit
This place has a special hydrographic importance wherein the ground waters of this area are divided in this place into 3 directions which end in 3 seas (Adriatic Sea, Black Sea and Aegean Sea). There is also a ridge of mountains and a path that takes you to the Studenica Peak, which is also the highest peak in the Municipality of Ferizaj.
Cave of Burrnik Village
The cave is located on the western side of the village in the mountain rocks with an altitude of about 1010m. The cave is about 50m long, where in some parts it is over 5m high with different natural formations. Different types of insects and bats live inside the cave.
This waterfall is a rare and beautiful natural attraction in Ferizaj, which is located deep in the mountains of Pleshina, about 3km away from the center of the village. The waterfall is created by the flow of the Syla’s stream, at an altitude of over 1000m. There is a water source near the meadow, where the flow of the stream continues, which falls twice in a row for a few meters below.
The mountain areas of Neredime, Pleshina, Burrnik and Jezerc villages represent excellent capacities for the development of tourism and recreational activities. The manifested values of this region, the climatic and hydrological features interact naturally with the rich biodiversity. They are trails of the touristic, recreational and health category. This concept of trails actually enables the development of tourism in different seasons of the year.