Vranjina (BCS: Vrnjina/Vranjina/Врањина; Albanian: Vraninë/Vranina) is an island in Skadar Lake in the Montenegrin municipality of Podgorica. Vranjina is also the village on the island. Until the first half of the 18th century Vranjina, like other islands of Skadar lake, was one of the hills in the Zeta—Skadar lowlands.
Vranjina town, on the shores of the Skadar lake, is called the Montenegrin Venice because of its natural setting. It is a popular fishing spot. Several fish restaurants located on the island include Plantaže restaurant.
A notable local landmarks include the so-called "house of Oso Kuka", named after an Ottoman border guard of Albanian descent who died at the island struggling against Montenegrin forces in 1862.
^Ratko Đurović (1969). Crnom Gorom. "Binoza," Grafički zavod Hrvatske. p. 125. Retrieved 27 July 2013. Ona predstavljaju uzvišenja u nekadašnjoj Zetsko-skadarskoj površi. Vranjina je, na primjer, postala ostrvo u prvoj polovini XIII vijeka, dok je prije toga bila dio kopna, kao i druga ostrva Skadarskog jezera.