The highest natural potential of this area is at an altitude of about 190 m at the entrance to Azbukovica, between Ljubovija and Bajina Basta, near Okletac and 160m when he leaves her at the Great River. It is about 50-200 m wide, builds numerous islands - flows and flows through Azbukovica in the length of 38 km. Commonly seen fishing trophies are juvenile, grayling, trout, catfish, skobal, carp, barbell, chub,… It offers great opportunities for the development of sports and recreational tourism. The already traditional event "Drina Regatta" is held every other Saturday in July and gathers a large number of visitors, and rafting lovers have the opportunity to enjoy her charms.
About 25 km from Ljubovija rises the impressive Bobija Mountain, with the highest peak of Tornic Bobija (1272 m) and adjacent peaks of approximate height (Sharp Rock, Burnt Rock, Crni Vrh, Rilo, Palež, Krusik…) and is the only one in completely in the territory of Azbukovica. The entirety of this mountain is the ridge wreath that begins above Gornja Ljubovidza and it extends east to the summit of Rilo above the Border (about 10km). The mountain is rich in very strong and cold springs of water at high altitudes, which makes it exceptional. There are over 100 such sources at Bobia, and by Good Water is known for keeping it.
The Tresnjica Canyon is naturally well-protected and protected for habitat populations of the natural rarity of the griffon vulture. It is one of the most beautiful canyons and is a habitat for 17 pairs of bald eagles soup, only inhabited in Uvac Canyon. It is the largest bird of prey in this area and feeds exclusively on debris dead animals, so because of its extraordinary sanitary role, we call it "Emperor of Heights and Purifier of Nature". Griffon Vulture is an endangered species to which extinction is threatened and environmentalists do their best to save them from disappearing. The female lays only one egg a year for this reason they are extremely difficult to protect and keep from disappearing. Specific to Tresnjica canyon is that it leaves the Drina River every spring a natural spawn of juvenile fish, "Queen Drina."
The river Tresnjica springs on the southwestern side of Povlen at an altitude of 1185 m, and flows into the Drina near Gornja Cherries at an altitude of 180 m. The extremely gorgeous valley of Tresnjica is partly canyon-like. Midstream It flows through a picturesque canyon close to 6 km long, which is cut in an 800 - 1000 m high surface. In the canyon, Tresnjica receives the largest right tributaries - Susica and Tribuc. Tribuce is the richest tributary of Trešnjica, 7 km long and springs below Tornic Bobies. With its lower course it separates the Boskovac plateau from the upper Kosljan surface, building an almost impassable a gorge attractive to hikers.
Located on Mount Jagodnja. It was a bloody hotbed in the fighting between the Serbian and Austro-Hungarian armies in I st. war 1914. In honor of the fallen fighters, a chariot was erected in this place in 1932. In this battle, they were killed is 2,000 soldiers. In memory of the victims, the municipalities of Ljubovija and Krupanj are organized each month in September holds a parastos and a history lesson that brings together a large number of citizens, war participants, representatives of state, military and cultural organization. Every year, a national fair is held on Peter's Sunday, bringing together numerous citizens of neighboring countries municipality: Krupanj, Mali Zvornik, Osecina, Loznica.
It is located on the Ljubovidza River. It dates from the Roman period, and its present appearance was given in Turkish times. Roman Bridge, better known as the "Latin parish", it is located on a former caravan route to Valjevo, where in untouched nature and pure Ljubovidza you can fishing, walking, collecting herbs. Successfully resists the tooth of time and proudly stands over a clear, mountain river, while pearls on the surrounding sides are guarded by sharp rocks and mountains.