The coast of Montenegro offers diverse landscape. Mostly backed by mountains, it has many small bays and beaches as well as a twelve kilometer long one to the South. These pockets of paradise provide privacy for small groups away from the crowds.
Thanks to its favourable position, the Montenegrin Coast has been inhabited throughout the history, thus many fortified old towns.
Daily caught fish and seafood are plentily found around the coast and fine seafood restaurants offer delightful tastes along the Montenegrin coast.
Travel back in time! Kotor sits at the foot of fjords and offers a labyrinth of its streets to its visitors. A city of not only historical monuments but also of carnivals, masquerade balls and concerts.
- • Climb the stairs leading to the top of the fortifications. The old town offers spectacular views over Kotor Bay
- • Wander around cobbled streets and visit numerous churches and museums. A UNESCO World Heritage site, a title also awarded to nearby village of Perast
- • Cruise Boka Bay. See one of the best sceneries of Mediterranean and also visit a church built on an islet in the middle of the bay
Nestled opposite the narrow strait, Perast has the prime location on Boka Bay. Old palaces, churches adorn the tiny narrow alleyways of this pcituresque little village.
- • Enjoy the views of Boka Bay while visiting the Church of Our Lady on the Rocks, built on an artificial islet with its distinctive blue dome.
- • Dine at one of the waterfront restaurants
A bustling modern coastal town dating back to ancient times. A promenade lined with seafood retaurants lead the visitors to a well preserved old towninside fortifications.
• Swim in the blue waters of the Adriatic. Budva has some of the best beaches of the Montenegrin Coast
• This is a party town. Center of nightlife, Budva offers numerous bars and clubs for every taste
• Walk around the old town. Its citadel located within the fortified old city offers magnificent views of Budva Riviera
Ivo Andrić, Nobel Prize winner novelist, described it as a place of ‘eternal greenery, sun promenades’. Sitting at the entrance giving access from the Adriatic Sea to Boka Bay, Herceg Novi is the last town of Montenegro before the Croatian border.
• The town and surroundings have added some new boutique hotels recently
• Sample Montenegrin wines. Home to a small winery with a superb view overlooking the bay