Montenegro is located in the south of the Adriatic. It interestingly combines the features of the authentic Balkan and Mediterranean cultures. Montenegro tours offers natural beauties and cultural heritage that have reached international fame despite its small size. In contrast natural wealth in Montenegro is very diverse, offering a unique blend of mountain and sea splendour, so Montenegro is commonly referred to as “wild beauty”.
Kotor is the historic town located in the Bay Kotor, described as the Mediterranean’s only fjord, between the mountains and the blue sea. It is surrounded by walls, protecting the marbled streets with churches, shops, bars and restaurants on hidden squares. It is a nice mix of heritage and nature.
With its long beaches, clean sea and long summers, Budva became a tourist destination as early as 1923. Visiting the old town is highly recommended. A curious traveller finds many monuments, forts, monasteries and ancient churches. The small streets and squares take you back in time.
Cetinje is the former Montenegrin royal city, once the smallest European capital. Visit the National Museum and King Nikola Museum, 19 c royal palace. See the monastery built in 14 c and taste some great local food.
Skadar National Park is the Balkans’ largest lake and has a shape of a dolphin with its tail and two-thirds of its body. The area is home to around 270 bird species, and it is an essential refuge for the pelicans in Europe. Take a fantastic boat trip across the lake.
The picturesque Ostrog Monastery is the most important Orthodox site partly built in a vertically positioned mountain cliff. It is a pilgrimage place famous for its healing powers. The monastery was founded in 17 st. by St. Basil.
The park itself is located in the mountain area, and it is a dynamic place to enjoy nature. Hiking, trekking and rafting on Tara River are the best ways to explore this beautiful park.
Walk along the coastal path from Przno beach through Milocer park to Sveti Stefan is a beautiful experience. The way is only a mile long, and you enjoy great views while walking. The path ends at Sveti Stefan, the little sea Jewel.
Visit the magnificent mausoleum of the most important Montenegro ruler. The mausoleum itself is built on the top of the mountain, where you enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
Ulcinj is a typical Mediterranean town situated in the very south of Montenegro. It is famous for its long sandy beach “Long Beach” and the island of Ada Bojana, one of the pearls of unspoiled Montenegrin nature.
Drive along this fantastic bay which is situated between the mountains and the blue sea. Enjoy in scenery and have a stop in Perast, an old charming coastal town and enjoy a boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks, one of two islets off the coast of Perast.
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€ 2,920 EUR
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€ 3,130 EUR