Plavsko Jezero is a lake in Plav municipality, in northeastern Montenegro. It is a glacial lake located between the Prokletije and Visitor mountain ranges at an altitude of 906 m above sea level, and extends north-south for some 2,160 m. Its average width is 920 m, and its maximum depth is nine meters. It is the largest and most beautiful lake in Plav, and is also the best known tourist attraction in the area.
Pivsko Jezero is an artificial lake created by the construction of Hydro Power Plant ; in 1975. There is a dam, near village Mratinje 10 kilometers from Scepan Polje, which is 220 meters high and it is one of the highest in Europe.
Slansko Jezero means “Salt lake”. It is a karstic lake that lies not far from Nikšić, on the road to Dubrovnik. The lake is 617 meters above sea level. It is shallow and has a very indented form with a great many small islands.
Biogradsko Jezero is a lake in Kolašin municipality, in northern Montenegro. It is a glacial lake, located on the Bjelasica Mountain, within Biogradska Gora national park. Biogradsko Jezero is located in the heart of Biogradska Gora national park, on an altitude of 1,094 m. It is the biggest and most attractive lake of 7 glacial lakes scattered across the national park. It has an area of 228,500 m², and average depth of 4,5 m. The maximum depth is 12,1 m. The lake is 870 m long and 261 m wide.
Named after the city of Shkodra in northern Albania, Skadarsko Jezero (also known as Lake Skadar) is the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula and with its surrounding wetlands it encompasses one of the most important bird and fish habitats in the Mediterranean region.