Old cities and towns, tranquil sapphire beaches, and ice-capped peaks, Montenegro is a dreamy country all year round. This country proves its uniqueness despite its small size! The remarkable nature of the country combined with its alluring old towns and splendid local cuisine makes Montenegro a must-visit destination. Whether you want to go wild or just laze on the sand and enjoy a new way of life there are lots of reasons to visit this gorgeous Country.read more
Montenegro is a truly hidden gem! From Saint George ’s Island to Sveti Stefan, Montenegro has it all. Visit Ulcinj an ancient seaport known for its beaches with Plazhe e Mahed and Long Beach being the most popular of the area. The Biogradska Gora National Park with its majestic lakes, streams, and meadows offers a wide variety to flora and fauna. The picturesque Sveti Stefan stands on a rocky island with a narrow isthmus connecting it with the mainland. Go to Cetinje former known for its plethora of European embassies, nowadays the mansions have been transformed into museums, academies, and administrative buildings. You should visit the Ostrog Monastery carved out of a cave in a nearly vertical mountain. The small seashore town of Perast has lots of stone crafted villas and old churches to see, while you will love the city of Budva with its vibrant nightlife and a plethora of beaches to choose from. The fortified town of Kotor reflects the various empires that ruled the region.
Looking for things to do in Montenegro? There are lots of activities for you and your friends. Go for sightseeing at the historical Kotor, a medieval town surrounded by fortresses and a wall. Ideal for swimming and partying is Budva with lots of beaches and nightlife. Visit the Mount Lovcen, the symbol of Montenegro national pride and enjoy the view of panoramic vistas over the city of Kotor and the surrounding hills.
The Durmitor National Park is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts including high altitude peaks, glacial lakes and the Tara River the park is ideal for skiing, snowboarding, and hiking. The Durdevica Tara Bridge is great for zipping lining and river rafting.
If you’re thinking of visiting Montenegro with kids, rest assured, there are lots of things to occupy them. Get ready to explore the landscapes and enjoy nature at its best. Kotor is an ideal destination for children, visit its old town, the medieval museum and if you are lucky the Kotor Festival of Theatre for kids. As part of the city’s festival, Boka Night is a must-see with lots of activities to choose from and spectacular fireworks display. Take a boat tour around the Bay of Kotor with its idyllic island and beautiful coastline. Spend a day at the beach! Orahoval and Bajova Kula are some of the beautiful beaches of the country while in Velika Plaza you can enjoy water sports and snorkeling. Go to the Cijevna River and its beautiful waterfall with a gorgeous natural setting and a kid’s playground.
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Bay of Kotor
Bay of Kotor