Days of Montenegrin paradise

Quiet harbors, open sea, medieval fortresses, modern beach towns, entertainment and relaxation in Montenegrin lifestyle.

In addition to its history, the aqueduct that abounds in secluded bays, beaches that can only be reached by boat, hidden caves, and cities that offer a rich nightlife gives the choice to anyone who wants to see this unique country from the sea. We will visit the most interesting sites, enjoy nature and sailing, taste Montenegrin night lifestyle and see why it is important for the pearl of the Mediterranean.

Here are just a few of the spots on our route:

Kotor is located in one of the most beautiful fjords in the world, dangerous with medieval fortresses that show how important maritime life was and remained important to this part of the Adriatic.

Perast is a magical, medieval village. The old town is so charming. Simply this spot is an epic poem based here because it is the most enchanting place you will see.

Porto Novi unsurpassed marina and resort for the wealthy is always a good place to stop and taste Balkan cuisine in the Fusion or enjoy the ultimate luxury in the Bloom champagne bar & restaurant is just your choice.

Herceg Novi fortified city acts as a gatekeeper to the UNESCO Bay of Kotor, Montenegro's crowning glory. Stari Grad's soul-stirring feat of enchanting churches and centuries-aged fortresses is given new lease of life by buzzing cafes, restaurants and bars.

Žanjice and Miriste are the gems of this part of the South Adriatic coastline. Open sea, blue and clear water is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, diving or even tracking to the castle of Arza or Island and Monstery Vavadenije Presvete Bogorodice built in 12 century.

Bigova a small fisherman village in Grbalj, situated on the Adriatic coast at the southwest side of the Boka Kotorska. Authentic and old fashion ones didn’t let to lose the taste of old time. Still, Bigova has everything you will need.

Budva old town, one of the most famous touristic places in the region. Surrounded by the midlevel fortress, plenty of small cafes and restaurants beaches it will take time to explore.

Island Sveti Nikola is island languishing in the Adriatic Sea sunshine, lush and uninhabited is Montenegro's largest island. With deer as the only permanent residents, it's a very unique getaway.

Sveti Stefan graces global magazine covers. Not too difficult to see why. A red-roofed tangle of irregularly shaped whitewashed stone villas is suspended above the turquoise sea, linked to an untouched sand beach next by a jetty.

Rose is a cozy fishing hamlet with a picturesque port. It manages to convey a true sense of serene solitude and tranquility. Rose’s quiet coves, sandy beaches and calm lookout points allow visitors to experience Montenegro’s natural allure without the hustle and bustle of the larger towns.

There are more, caves and uniquely beautiful spots but let something leave for a surprise or lets the wind show us the way. However, wine and beer or champagne good food and fun will follow us where ever we go. 

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