MONTENEGRO

 

Historic towns washed by the sea, breathtaking alpine scenery, ancient churches and monasteries set in stunning surroundings: a unique blend of Balkan and Mediterranean influences, Montenegro offers its visitors much more than just its renowned beaches. 

The Montenegrin riviera, internationally famous for its beautiful, sandy beaches is dotted with historic boroughs like Kotor, Herceg Novi, Budva and Ulcinj: special, little towns with a characteristic stone architecture, crowded narrow streets and romantic promenades, that line the shores of the Adriatic.

Remarkable the fjordlike Kotor Bay, where the mighty and austere surrounding mountains mirror themselves on the calm, turquoise waters of the sea.

The country's inner regions, on the other hand are characterized by high mountains, crossed by streams of crystal clear waters. Really appreciated by lovers of active holidays, they’re covered by primeval forests and home to a great variety of local fauna  

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FIVE REASONS TO VISIT MONTENEGRO


Kotor Bay

Kotor Bay

Undoubtedly the most famous attraction of Montenegro, Kotor has for centuries bewitched visitors that arrive here from all over the world. It’s graceful, narrow alleyways, that hide all kinds of small shops, suddenly expand on lively, cobbled squares, overlooked by historic buildings of great architectural charm. Not to be missed the winding path over the surrounding medieval walls, that climb up the mountain offering breathtaking views of the bay at every turn.


Budva Old Town

Budva Old Town

The Stari grad, old town of Budva is a magical place. Here you can enjoy a romantic walk along the promenade and through the maze of narrow, cobbled alleys and small squares. Or just relax, comfortably seated in one of the many terraces under the shade of the imposing medieval walls, sipping your favorite drink in front of the multicolored boats that crowd the small port.

Spiritual Heritage

Spiritual Heritage

A land where different cultures met and mixed over the centuries, Montenegro is also rich in Orthodox and Catholic churches and monasteries, that stand out for their beautiful architecture. The Catholic cathedral of San Tryphon, in Kotor, the nearby island church Our Lady of the Rocks and the Orthodox monastery of Ostrog are some of the best examples.

Nature, Beaches and Scenery

Nature, Beaches and Scenery

The shore and the mountain tops stand almost side by side in Montenegro, where you can quickly shift from the typical Mediterranean scenery of the coast, around Kotor Bay, to the dense, pine forests of the natural parks towering above the nearby ridges.

Traditional Cuisine

Traditional Cuisine

In Montenegro, the Mediterranean meets the Balkans...even in the kitchen! The strong flavors of the hams, cheeses and barbecued meats typical of the mountain areas combine  with the great tradition of seafood dishes, typical of the coast and with a nice selection of local wines.


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