In the vicinity of Sava’s mouth into Danube, only four kilometres from the centre of Belgrade, is Ada Ciganlija, a former island now now a peninsula. The lake is 4,2 km long, about 200 m wide. Together with Ada Medjica it covers an aquatorium of 800 hectares. Ada Ciganlija is called “Belgrade’s sea”, because in the summer season weekends bring even more than 300.000 visitors. The lake is well suited for swimming, wind-surfing, water skiing, kayak, rowing and other water sports. Nearby are many sports grounds, a summer water-stage where different musical and theatrical performances are held. At Ada’s complex there are many shops, restaurants,cafes. A Belgrade bohemian spirit reigns here. At the entrance is a parking lot for 1.000 cars, while the marina is equipped to host smaller boats and yachts.