Montenegro is a small country with big contrasts. It is one of the last European oasis where you can practice hiking in Durmitor National Park National, rafting in the deepest European canyon of the Tara River and in the same day enjoy on the sandy beaches by the old towns, song of crickets and with the scent of Mediterranean vegetation.
The variety of Montenegro’s coast is outstanding – you can choose the Queen’s Beach in Milocer, sandy beaches in The Riviera of Budva, beaches surrounded with olive plants in Sutomore or a pine forest beach in Petrovac.
Nevertheless, the country’s most significant place is the Bay of Kotor. A source of inspiration for many writers and a cultural heritage protected by the UNESCO, Kotor welcomes its visitants with a special atmosphere of an old town where every step is a walk through history. If you are visiting Kotor, you mustn’t miss the near-by coastal city of Budva, home of summer theaters and festivals with the most beautiful beaches and of course Sveti Stefan, once a fishermen’s village and today’s exclusive summer resort.
But travel to Montenegro is not just about the sea. In the interior you can visit Cetinje, the country’s old capital with Cetinje Monastery, the symbol of Montenegrin spirituality. Monastery of Ostrog is another orthodox monastery built in the vertical wall in the XVII century.
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