On the very border with Albania, above the bank of the river Bojana, rises the hill Fraskanjel, where a military watchtower can be seen from a far. From this position, there is an exceptional view from all sides. On the south side where you can see the Adriatic Sea into which the river Bojana flows, as well as the surrounding villages of Sv. Đorđe, Sv. Nikola and Štoj on the Montenegrin side, and the villages of Luarza and Pulaj can be seen on the Albanian side.
From the west, you can see the entire Anamal area with Šasko Lake, while to the north you can see the Tarabosh hill with antennas at the top and all the way to the town of Skadar, where the river Bojana flows from Skadar Lake. From the east, you can see the whole area of Zadar, the villages of Pentar, Dajč and Širđ, and the hill Belaj, which is located on the other side of the river.
According to historical data, on the hill Fraskanjel and the hill Belaj, which is located opposite Fraskanjel on the other side of the river, there was one fortress in the Middle Ages. According to one legend, two Albanian aristocratic families built two fortresses here in order to pay tribute to everyone who sailed here. They blocked the access by making huge chains that climbed on both sides of the shore.