The Zlakusa village is found in the county of Užice, in the Zlatibor region, and is considered the capital of the pottery trade.
It is synonymous with ethno tourism in Serbia. Beside the village is the ethno park “Terzića avlija”, a heritage estate museum, combining open-space with indoor elements. It dates back to the beginning of the 20th century, as a typical countryside household from the era, with old houses and yard consisting of the farm, shed, dairy, and well.
Another treasure nearby is the Potpeće Cave, found in the village of the same name, 14km from Užice, just north of the Mount Drežnička Gradina.
The entry to this cave is considered one of the monumental creations of nature. It is in the shape of a horseshoe and is one of the largest cave entrances in the Balkans. It has been postulated that the Potpeće Cave was domicile to humans in the Neolithic age. In front of the cave there is a fish restaurant “Pećina”, where guests can dine and the most delicious trout in the area is to be had.