Kopaonik (pronounced [kɔ̌paɔniːk]; Serbian Cyrillic: Копаоник, is one of the larger mountain ranges of Serbia. It is located in the central part of Serbia. Its highest point, Pančić’s Peak, is 2,017 m (6,617 ft) above sea level. Kopaonik is the major ski resort of Serbia, and after Bulgaria’s Bansko, largest in Southeast Europe. It boasts total of 25 ski lifts with capacity of 32,000 skiers per hour. A national park spread over 118.1 km2 (45.6 sq mi) of the central part of the Kopaonik plateau was established in 1981.
Sports and recreation are key factors to the tourism of Kopaonik. Kopaonik is mainly a destination for skiing and snowboarding. There are various other activities as well, such as tennis. Other features which attract tourists are a luxurious hotel, and entertainment. Kopaonik has many cafes, bars and night clubs.