Golubac Municipality is on the North-East of Serbia, on 78 m.a.s.l. and it covers 52 km of the Danube right side. The city is located on the Danube where it enters Đerdap Gorge, at the foot of Kučaj Mountains. Đerdap Nature Park, an area of unique beauty abounding with flora and fauna, spreads over more than 50 % of the territory of Golubac Municipality. It is the largest nature park in Serbia (63,608 ha) occupying more than a half of the it’s territory. As many as four nature reserves are located in the territory of this Municipality (Golubački grad, Bojana, Bosman–Sokolovac, and Tatarski vis). Đerdap Gorge (so-called “Iron Gate”) is the largest river gorge in Europe with the mighty Danube breaking through the Carpathian Mountains in the length of 90 km. It consists of four minor gorges: Golubačka, Gospođin vir, Kazan (with max. depth of 90 m), and Sipska, and three valleys: Ljupkovska, Donjomilanovačka, and Oršavska. The territory of Golubac Municipality hosts Golubačka Gorge, Ljupkovska Valley, and Gospođin Vir Gorge.
Beg bunar water source in Livadice, Golubac Fortress, Brnjica River Canyon, Bosman Falconry Site, Bojana River Canyon, Golubac Gorge, Gospođin vir Gorge, Tumane Monastery, the Hermitage of Saint Zosim Sinajit, hiking trails with observation decks, two buildings protected by the National Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments, an ethnic heritage museum in Sladinac and an ethnic heritage exhibition in Dobra, a walking/bicycle trail, etc.
GPS: 44°39′00″N 21°37′35″E
Distance from the airport: 140 km
Distance from the Capital: 120 km
National road M.21, so-called Đerdapska magistrala, passes through Golubac
Access roads: Đerdapska magistrala