Montenegro is a rapidly emerging destination that not only offers a superb and diversified product for the beach holidays but also experiences for the nature lovers, active sports enthusiasts and cultural seeking visitors. The country is set on the Adriatic coastline, with area of only 13,812 square kilometers, it provides excellent facilities from the sunny beaches to mountain hiking and whitewater rafting, and it is no more than day trip away from where ever you are staying. Massive investment in hotel development and infrastructure is making Montenegro the destination of choice for discerning clients seeking “new” European destination.
Podgorica is a capital of Montenegro and has a great geographical position. It is situated in the middle of the country. In a less than one hour you can get to the coastline on the south as well as to the highest mountain Durmitor on the west. Mild climate surrounded the city with rank wine-growing and it’s gifted by mild winters and warm summers. Here, you will enjoy the beauty of numerous excursion centres in the city itself and surrounding, and you will be the guests of nice hotels and restaurants with the view on five rivers on whose banks Podgorica is raised.
If you expect from the place of your visit to meet all your expectations as a peaceful day and rest at the one of the 35 beautiful beaches in surrounding to the wild nightlife in the old fort, Budva is the best place for you. In the past years, Budva has developed its tourism to the measures which not only satisfying those who want a peaceful vacation on the sunny beaches, but also those who enjoy the wild nightlife. With its beautiful beaches and attractions such as St. Stefan and Milocer beach, Jaz beach was last year staged spectacles of the world’s largest stars: Rolingstones, Madonna and others, suggesting that the destination Budva becomes world’s jet-setter No 1.
In the summer time, Ulcinj is a popular tourist destination. Although still undiscovered by many travellers from larger countries, regular visitors and an increasing amount of first time visitors make Ulcinj a hot spot for vacationers between the May and September. It is most famous for its beaches, which are considered the most beautiful in Montenegro. The most valuable resource of the Ulcinj Riviera is Velika plaža (Long Beach), which is a 13 km long strip of sandy beach – the longest on the Montenegrin coastline. There is also a beach that holds the name Mala plaža (Small Beach) which is much smaller in size, but is very popular between visitors and beautiful beach Valdanos with thousands of olive trees in the background. Ulcinj’s old town is a very well preserved fortress-like structure that is left over from medieval times. The old town sits atop a mountain overlooking the shore and is a tourist attraction on its own. Ada Bojana is popular among foreign tourists from Western Europe for its peace and unique atmosphere but also much known as a famous FKK destination.
Town of Zabljak is situated in the heart of Durmitor region, at the altitude of 1450 meters, what makes it the highest urban conglomerate in the Balkans. Zabljak is surrounded with 23 mountain peaks over 2200 meters and 18 majestic glacial lakes , with Tara River Canyon, the deepest river canyon in Europe. Tourist season in Zabljak stretches throughout the year – you can not say which period is the best for visiting Zabljak, as every season is uniquely convenient. The breathtaking Durmitor National Park is truly exquisite in terms of its diversities which for its favorable climatic conditions and specific reflection of mountain lakes, breathtaking canyons and blossoming meadows provide unforgettable experience and impressions to every visitor.
Kotor is the city of traders and famous sailors, with many stories to tell. It is located along one of Montenegro’s most beautiful bays. The Old City of Kotor is a well preserved urbanization typical of the middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century.
Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor a UNESCO listed “World Natural and Historical Heritage Site”. Through the entire city the buildings are criss-crossed with narrow streets and squares.
Carnivals and festivals are organized each year to give additional charm to this most beautiful city of the Montenegrin littoral. You simply can not afford to miss a visit to Kotor.
Located 5 km from Budva , Sveti Stefan is an unique seaside resort in Montenegro’s Riviera; it is built on a small island near the mainland. Previously a fishing village, in 1960 it was converted into a luxory ‘town-hotel’, it became one of the Yugoslavia’s most famous tourist centers for the wealthy clients. St. Stefan is an old settlement; it was first mentioned in written documents in the 15th century, when twelve houses were built that belonged to the Paštrović Family.
Sveti Stefan is today adorned with luxury, comfort and beautiful beaches, it offers a kind of special autonomy, independence, inspiration and intimacy, which is the most famous atraction there. Miločer, pine forest, olive trees, park of exotic vegetation, Queen’s Beach, a hotel that was once the summer residence of Yugoslav King Alexander, today is a holiday resort for the sensitive, romantic but also a high class clientele.
Durmitor is the National Park of Montenegro covering 39000 ha and massif in Northwestern Montenegro that reaches a height of 2,522 meters, stunning Bobotov Kuk peak. The breathtaking Durmitor National park was formed by glaciers and is traversed by clean fast rivers and underground streams. The massif of Durmitor Mountain is bordered by the gorgeous Tara River Canyon on the north, Piva River Canyon on the west, and by the challenging Komarnica River Canyon on the south. To the east, Durmitor National Park is open to a vast 1500 meter high plateau called Jezerska Površ (Plateau of Lakes). Sinjajevina Mountain is located to the east of Jezerska Površ Plateau. Durmitor mountain range is for the most part located in Zabljak Municipality. Durmitor Mountain features 18 scenic glacial lakes scattered over mountain massif and Jezerska Površplateau.
Lovćen montain range is natural, historical, cultural and spiritual symbol for all Montenegrins. On Lovćen is placed Mausoleum of the greatest son of the nation -Petar Petrovic II Njegoš, a poet, philosopher, prince-bishop and statesman from 19th century, a prominent member of old Montenegrin rulling family Petrović. Njegoš was born in the village of Njeguši below the Lovćen mountain. Today, Njegoš is buried in a sarcophagus in a Mausoleum on the top of Lovćen mountain.