Located at Kotor and sharing the same gorgeous fjord-like bay, pretty Perast is a small town notable for it stone-crafted villas & historic churches.
Considered one of the best preserved medieval towns on the Adriatic coast, the fortified town of Kotor is tucked against the steep mountains.
Budva boasts a picturesque Old Town, an abundance of beaches and several important cultural institutions. It’s the city’s vibrant nightlife.
Adventure Montenegro runs trips to the rafting from Kotor with plenty of photo stops and opportunity to swim in the waterfalls en route.
Centered around the mountain village of Zabljak, the thickly forested Durmitor National Park is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
kayaking adventure of scenic Kotor Bay, as you discover its magnificent coastal churches, villages and vistas. It provides relaxed kayaking experience.
Situated high up in the large rock, the Ostrog Monastery is the country’s most unusual architectural site and a major Christian pilgrimage destination.
Cetinje is best known for the many European embassies in Montenegro. The town’s inland valley location at the edge of Ottoman Empire.
One of the most striking natural, soaring Mount Lovcen is capped by two mammoth peaks of granite. offer panoramic view of Bay of Kotor.
Incredible picturesque, Sveti Stefan is a unique place along the Budva Riviera. It stands on a rocky island crammed full of terracotta-roofed houses.
It features shimmering lakes, swift-running streams, lush green meadows and one of the few remaining primeval forests in Europe.
Ulcinj is an ancient seaport. Today, the city is most famous for its many beautiful beaches, of which the sandy stretch of Plazhe e Mahed, is popular.