Poseljani is a village on the banks of Skadar Lake, whose houses were built along the clear stream that flows into a bay of the lake. There were once 14 mills, and this little place was a significant economic and tourism center in ancient times of Montenegro. Mills with its stone houses were connected by small stone bridges, some of whom are older than 300 years. There were three casinos and the same number of taverns where the guests stayed until they grind wheat and corn. Very often guests of the village were also Petrović family. Today these mills are out of order, but with a little investment, this place can become an attractive tourist center in this national park.