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    In the Montenegrin city Sutomore, located 11 km from Petrovac, about 2000 people live. In summer, most of it becomes a pedestrian zone: the main street, like in Budva, runs along the coast parallel to the highway. Sutomore is one of the most inexpensive vacation spots on the coast of Montenegro. The resort is known for its remarkable pebble (sandy) beaches more than 2.5 km long. There are plenty of opportunities for swimming and diving, as well as traditional beach activities like catamarans, parachutes, "bananas". A small (about 800 m) sandy beach in Sutomore is widely known. As in many places in Montenegro, sand here (due to its mineral composition) has medicinal properties: it brings relief to patients with rheumatism. In the same bay as the city beach of Sutomore, there is a gravel one "Zlata obala". It is rather narrow, its length is about 250 m, but it is equipped with everything necessary, since it belongs to the hotel with the same name. On the outskirts of the city there is a church of St. Phekla. Orthodox and Catholics get along peacefully there: the altar of the first is in the apse, of the second - at the south wall. The church was built in the 12th-14th centuries. And is still used for religious rites. The church cemetery is also home to both Orthodox and Catholics.   What to see in the vicinity?   Moving further, to the east of Sutomore, you will pass a small village Brca. After it to the right, there is forest park area of Cape Ratac. The ruins of the Monastery of the Virgin Ratacanskaja, founded in the 9th c. are of some interest. Once it stood right on the shoreline and belonged to the Benedictine Brotherhood, which owned the surrounding lands and traded with olive oil. But in 1571 the monastery was devastated by the Ottoman Empire, and during the Second World War it was finally destroyed by the Italian troops. On the territory of the monastery there are preserved ruins of the Church of St. Mary, built in the XII-XII centuries. The icon of the Virgin was in it, which attracted numerous pilgrims. In addition, on the territory of the monastery were hospitals, where monks and local residents were treated. Along the Cape Ratac several picturesque beaches stretches, including officially one nudist. A little further from the cape is not very popular with tourist circles, which means that not overcrowded beach "Beogradska plaza" 100 meters long. The picturesque landscape is complemented by giant boulders in crystal clear water. To see Sutomore as in the palm of your hand, you can climb the fortress of Hai-Nehai. It is on the way to the village Canj. More than five centuries ago it was founded by the Venetians, but in 100 years the Turks conquered it. They then gav it the name. Once the fortress could accommodate up to 900 people. Despite the long years of Muslim domination, the foundation and part of the walls of St. Dimitry's church of XIII century with two altars have been preserved on the territory of the fortress. From the road the fortress seems an impregnable fortification, but having come closer, you will see the paths leading upward.   How to get to the city?  Through the city the railway goes that connects the capital of Serbia - Belgrade and Bar. In addition, the people of Podgorica love to spend their weekends here - thanks to the proximity of the resort to the capital. Only half an hour by train or car separates them from each other. Of course, there is a bus service in the city, and those who prefer to travel with comfort, will be able to take cars for rent.Hotels in Sutomore  Sutomore hotels are also focused on travelers who are inclined to choose a budget vacation. The level of hotels and villas corresponds to approximately 3 * according to the international classification. This does not mean that there is no comfortable housing in Sutomore. It just lacks a touch of luxury, as it often happens in beach hotels of other countries. Directly on the beach in Sutomore there are more than 50 cafes and restaurants. Railway, which goes through the city, links the cities of Belgrade and Bar. The main part of the resort area in the summer (approximately from 1 June to 15 September) is intended only for pedestrians. The coastline of Sutomore and its outskirts abounds with quiet lagoons and bays, forests and picturesque rocks - these places are suitable for walking the best.  
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    Forte Mare fortress, which means "Sea fortress", stands on the rocks in the southern part of Old Town of Herceg Novi. It is located near the main port of Herceg Novi, on the coast of the Bay of Kotor. It is assumed that the first stone was laid here at the end of the XIV century (in 1382) by the Bosnian king Tvrtko I to protect the city from attacks from sea. According to some reports, facing the bay fortress wall at that time had a special attachment for the mooring of ships approaching the city. A monument to the king is still on the waterfront opposite the Maritime Fortress. This part of the ancient fortifications initiated the founding of the city of Herceg Novi and in the Middle Ages, protected the city of Herceg Novi from attacks. Since then, the castle was rebuilt many times, and its present appearance is already far from the original. Until the 18th century, during the Turkish and Venetian rule, the castle had been subjected to renovation and expanded several times - in addition, defensive fortifications were built to the fortress - teeth on the defensive walls and loopholes for guns. In that times, this fortress was called Yak Kula (Jaka Kula) or "Kula Abaspashe", which means "powerful fortress". When in the XVII century the town of Herceg Novi came into the possession of the Venetians, a new name of the fortress appeared - Forte Mare, which means Marine Tower (Marine kula). In the middle of 19th century, during the reign of the Ottoman Empire, the Austrians again decided to transform the castle. In 1833 a large-scale reconstruction was carried out and at that time the Forte Mare gained its final form, which can be seen today. Multitude of secret passages, manholes and ladders were built in the fortress. After the tumultuous events of the first half of the 20th century, it was decided to give a fortress in civil use. In 1952, an open-air theater was built on the territory of the fortress, and began to let the tourists in. Later in its walls discos and concerts of various "stars" began to hold. Now Forte Mare is a famous tourist site, and through the gate in its walls, you can walk straight from the beach to the top of the fortress. If you climb to the upper floors of the fort, a spectacular panoramic view of the city of Herceg Novi, on the surrounding Bay of Kotor, and even the Adriatic Sea will be in front of you.How to reach the Marine fortress in Herceg Novi? The quickest way to get to the castle is from the Pet Danica promenade. Near the castle is also the main port of the city and an outdoor pool. Fortress by wall one goes straight to the embankment and it can be walked around. To get inside the castle, you need to pay one euro per ticket, which is a cardboard booklet with a brief story about the history of the castle in the English and Serbian languages. Currently, the fortress is a symbol of the city of Herceg Novi and historical attractions throughout Montenegro.  
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    Ancient nunnery Our Lady of Mercy is situated on the island of the same name (Gospa do Milo) in the Bay of Kotor, not far from Tivat. Its name is translated as "Our Lady of Mercy" and that is the smallest island of three ones of archipelago in the Bay of Kotor, where also included the island of Saint Mark (Stradioti) and the Island of Flowers (peninsula Prevlaka). At the monastery there are living cells, which are home to nuns, various household outbuildings, beautiful garden, as well as the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The whole complex is surrounded by a wall of height 1.5 m. In the monastery you can see the wooden statue of the Virgin Mary, made in the XIV century. It was cut by one of the hermit monks who founded the monastery of Célestins in 1479. The uniqueness of this miraculous figure is that the Virgin is represented in the image of a sitting pregnant woman, sticking rounded tummy by her arms. Here it is the eternal symbol of motherhood ... By giving, she is the patron of the monastery, so the island got its name Gospa od Milo, which means "Our Lady of Mercy." The monastery was founded in 1479, and since 1524 it was owned by the Franciscan order. In the XVII century the island was sacked by the Turks, but later restored by forces of believers. The Franciscans stayed on the island until 1800, then the monastery was passed to Kotor bishop and Catholic priests settled here. After the Second World War, the island was taken over by the state. He was passed to the Red Cross, which opened on its base a holiday home for childre. During this time, the entire monastery complex came to a strong decline. In 1967, the island and the monastery was returned to the diocese of Kotor, and here in 1973, restoration work began. Almost renovated complex in 1979 (before Easter) assumed the power of the strongest earthquakes in Montenegro and once again was destroyed almost to the ground. In the end, somehow miraculously, it was managed to complete the extensive restoration of this beautiful building and now it is open to all comers. Currently, the island with an ancient monastery complex, church and bell tower is one of the attractions of Tivat Bay. It is a classic example of ancient architecture of Montenegro and every year attracts many tourists from all over the world. The monastery can be reached by boat by yourself, or with all kinds of group tours, tickets for which can be purchased in the tourist offices or on the waterfront of Tivat.  
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    Female monastery Gospa Od Milo in Montenegro
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    Church of St. Savva in Budva
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    The Holy Trinity Church is one of the most beautiful and interesting cultural heritage of Montenegro. For spiritual enrichment, many Orthodox believers regularly come here not only from all over Montenegro, but also from a neighbor of the Balkan countries. Today, Budva is not only a popular and entertaining tourist city, but also a center of concentration of both branches of the Christian religion. Several shrines were built on the territory of the city at different times, the doors of which are still open to all believers. However, it is worth noting that the majority of the religious population of the city professes Orthodoxy, although the spiritual consciousness of Montenegrins has historically been subjected to Ottoman, Greek and Roman Catholic influence. It is interesting that it is this church of the Holy Trinity that is most often visited by Russian tourists in Budva. The Church of the Holy Trinity is located on Church Square in the heart of the Old Town of Budva near the Citadel (St. Mary's Fortress). It is located on Starogradskaja (church) square in the old part of the city, where all roads lead, so it is quite easy to find it. The current territory of the Old Town, located on the plain of a cape, some 80 years ago, was the whole (!!!) Budva, outside the high walls of which were vineyards, orchards and small wooden houses ... The Church of the Holy Trinity is the "youngest" of all the existing temples of Budva. The history of the construction of the church begins at the end of the XVIII century - it was then that the first ideas about its construction appear. In 1797, permission was received by the city authorities from the Montenegrin Vladyka Peter the Great for the realization of this idea. The construction was built thanks to the efforts of Orthodox believers for 6 years - from 1798 to 1804. Inside the Montenegrin state, historically mixed many religions and cultures, which was a certain difficulty in the construction of the building. In the middle of the 20th century, it was subject to partial destruction during an earthquake. However, the restorers returned the monument to its former appearance, and now it is in excellent condition - mosaics and frescoes today have a rich shade. One of these stunning mosaics can be seen at the entrance to the temple - this is an icon depicting the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. She is a copy of the painting “Trinity” by the Russian icon painter Andrei Rublev, who worked in a typical Byzantine style. The interior is distinguished by splendor and luxury. Orthodox Greek icon painter from the island of Milos - Naum Zetiri was invited to work on the interior of the temple. With his hands in 1833 a stunning Baroque Iconostasis was created with the faces of saints and with episodes of famous stories of the ancient religion. Many icons of the talented icon painter were not affected even during the earthquake. Gilded frescoes and mosaics are located directly above the entrance to the church. The interior is illuminated by artificial light and lamps - the presence of large windows is not typical for church buildings of Slavic culture. You can go inside and get to know the features of this unique place absolutely for free. In the church you can buy candles, icons, brooches and other church paraphernalia, and one of the gifts brought from vacation may be the icon of the patron saints of the church - the Holy Trinity. However, there are almost always a lot of tourists in the building, so it will be difficult to enjoy peace and tranquility. The appearance of the architectural monument is rather modest. However, it is large enough in size and original style to stand out from the surrounding landscape. The church was built in the Byzantine style - its walls are lined with stones of white and red shades. The roof, covered with red tiles of various shades, logically completes the alternating multi-colored "stripes" on the walls. On the high bell tower directly above the entrance to the temple are three bells, the ringing of which during the services is carried throughout Budva. The whole building is crowned by a large dome covered with bright red tiles, which only adds a certain elegance and solemnity to the whole image. There is an archaeological museum near the temple, and on the contrary is the grave of the famous native of Budva, a Montenegrin revolutionary writer, politician and advocate of the rights of an ordinary person - Stepan Mitrov Ljubis. Also next to the temple is a summer stage, where, during festivals and cultural events, various theater performances and concert programs are held. The scene also represents a small observation deck, from where you can see the endless Adriatic Sea. Connoisseurs of religious buildings and medieval culture can enjoy the beauty and monumentality of the ancient walls of the fortified city of Budva, the Church of St. John and St. Mary, located near the Holy Trinity Church. Also here you can visit the Citadel, take a walk along the ancient streets of the Old Town or sit in a local cozy cafe and have a coffee. It should be noted that in the capital of Montenegro - Podgorica there is the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, from which, during the construction of the Holy Trinity Church in Budva, the external facade and architecture were borrowed. Since the Holy Trinity Church is located in the very center of old Budva, you can only get to it on foot. The Old Town can be easily reached within 40-50 minutes from any, even the most remote place. You can, of course, reduce the travel time and take a taxi, which will cost you 4-6 euros, but during the walks in Budva you can see and learn a lot of interesting and unusual things. Just remember to take a camera alone.  
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    Church of The Holy Trinity in Budva
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    Черногория не перестает привлекать и удивлять туристов со всего мира чудесами природы не только в летний период своим теплым Адриатическим морем и многообразными пляжами или зимой - горнолыжными курортами и развлечениями. Кроме этого, в Черногории есть еще много всего интересного, необычного и запоминающегося. В течении всего года любителей активного и экстремального отдыха, скалолазов и спелеологов буквально заманивают к себе величественные черногорские горы, сохранившие первозданную дикую красоту, и малоизученные пещеры, скрытые от глаз людей в недрах земли на протяжении многих тысячелетий. По данным спелеологов, в Черногории находится свыше 10 тысяч различных пещер, но, к сожалению, из-за сложности маршрута многие пещеры доступны только специалистам-спелеологам, а также хорошо подготовленным любителям экстрима. Справедливости ради стоит также отметить, что некоторые пещеры Черногории относятся к самым красивым спелеологическим объектам в европейских и мировых масштабах. Довольно сложно сказать, какая из многочисленных пещер в Черногории самая красивая - все они по-своему удивительны и прекрасны. В этой статье мы расскажем вам об одной из них... Ледниковый период оставил после себя неприступные скалы, глубокие каньоны и множество пещер, одна из которых наиболее известна, находится в центральной части Черногории и носит имя Ледяная. Ледная пещера в Национальном парке Дурмитор. Среди всех достопримечательностей Черногории большой популярностью у любителей активного отдыха и пеших походов пользуется Ледяная пещера, лежащая в недрах горы на высоте 2180 метров над уровнем моря в центральной части Черногории. Она расположена в 7 километрах от города Жабляк, на северо-восточном склоне горы, издали напоминающей человеческую голову из-за чего так и зовётся в народе - Обла Глава (Obla Glava с черног. "круглая голова"). Координаты пещеры: долгота 19.1064 широта 43.1549 Ледяная пещера является одним из чудес природы на территории Национального парка Дурмитор, который, в свою очередь, вот уже много лет является природной жемчужиной Черногории и в 1980 году был включен в Список всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО. Вход в пещеру на протяжении всего года покрыт снегом, так как в этом месте гора отличается крутым склоном и солнце здесь практически никогда не появляется. Спуск непосредственно в пещеру идет под очень крутым углом и покрытие из слежавшегося снега практически всегда обледеневшее. Даже опытному альпинисту не так-то просто туда спуститься, а дилетанту безопаснее будет полюбоваться замороженными красотами на расстоянии. Но если уж вы решились, то спускаясь будьте предельно осторожными и, главное, внимательно смотрите под ноги. Lifehack: Попасть внутрь пещеры иногда бывает довольно сложно без специальной экипировки и подготовки, поэтому для любителей самым удобным временем года для посещения пещеры являются жаркие летние месяцы. А еще лучше — идти на экскурсию с опытным инструктором. Внутри Ледяной пещеры, находится необычный природный музей ледяных фигур - многочисленных сталактитов и сталагмитов, различных форм и размеров, которые не тают даже в самую жаркую погоду. В основном они напоминают высокие колонны с отверстием посредине, поскольку образуются от капающей сверху и потом замерзающей в виде ледяного столба воды. Длина всей пещеры составляет порядка 100 метров, а один из её ледовых залов достигает 20 метров в ширину и 40 метров в длину. Интересные факты: Даже в середине самых жарких летних месяцев откуда-то с потолка пещеры постоянно капает настолько холодная вода, что, набрав её в ладонь, стынет кровь. Именно эти капли,  капающие и застывающие естественным образом, образуют многочисленные причудливые ледяные украшения, от самых маленьких до тех, которые достигают человеческого роста. Дно пещеры также покрыто льдом, а часть углублений образует своеобразные бассейны, заполненные водой. От главного входа вглубь Ледяной пещеры уходит несколько длинных коридоров, которые притягивают многих отважных туристов, желающих изведать все тропы Жабляка. Lifehack: Воды в пещере довольно много — она капает буквально отовсюду, к тому же она кристально чистая. Именно поэтому это место идеально подходит для того, чтобы пополнить емкости с питьевой водой для обратной дороги. Естественно, что всё это природное великолепие, завораживающая красота подземного царства, холодный горный воздух, чистейшая вода, абсолютно прозрачный лед и постоянная низкая температура, сохраняющая в первозданном виде все пещерные сокровища ежегодно привлекает сюда множество различных людей, посещающих Черногорию. Для того, чтобы покорить вершины гор в Дурмиторе и увидеть необычную пещеру многие туристы организовываются в состав пеших экскурсионных групп, а некоторые опытные альпинисты решаются сделать это парами или в одиночку. Поход в Ледяную пещеру. Ледяная пещера в Черногории доступна для посещения и осмотра в течение всего года. К ней ведут несколько разных по сложности пешеходных горных тропинок, многие из которых берут своё начало от знаменитого Черного озера, расположенного возле города Жабляк. Поход в одну сторону до Ледяной пещеры, с привалами и остановками для фотосессий, займет 2–3 часа, а общая продолжительность маршрута может составить от четырех до шести часов в зависимости от подготовки. Но, поверьте, поход по Национальному парку Дурмитор, его горным хребтам, а также сам спуск в царство природных ледяных скульптур действительно того стоит. Lifehack: Помимо всеми изветных троп, есть и еще один путь, покороче, который начинается с перевала Седло в Национальном парке Дурмитор. Какой бы из них вы ни выбрали, не следует забывать, что в горах снег может лежать до середины июня и соответственно для похода необходимо тщательно подбирать экипировку. На протяжении всего пути попадаются указатели и специальные метки - красные круги, помогающие туристам не сбиться с маршрута. Но, несмотря на это, найти Ледяную пещеру самостоятельно довольно сложно - поэтому многие туристы для похода нанимают гида. Когда же Вы достигнете своей цели, перед вами во всей своей красе откроются великолепные виды на горные хребты Дурмитора, лесные массивы и, спрятанные среди вековых деревьев, Черное озеро и город Жабляк. Если вы действительно любите настоящие приключения, готовы испытать взрыв положительных эмоций и не боитесь трудностей, то не раздумывая отправляйтесь к Ледяной пещере и ваше путешествие будет оправдано на все 100%!
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    Ice cave in National Park Durmitor, Zabljak, Montenegro. Underground...
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    We have already had "loving" lake, now we can proceed with "happy" one. Yes, this is exactly the name all people who saw it use. Lake is located in Plav town-council, in the north part of Prokletije national park, between Veliki and Mali Hrid mountains. According to the legend, if you throw a coin or any jewelry and make a wish, it will come true... Many visitors and local people believe this. Swimming in the lake, you will literally swim in gold and different jewelry. Indeed, may be dreams are real? You should test it by throwing any knick-knack, especially if you are going to get married. Lake brings luck, happiness and health to the marriage! There is another legend about mermaids and an exceptional beauty of local landscapes. It is said that lake was created by the Gods, in order mermaids could swim away from human eyes... Now some words about this lake. It is located 1970m above sea level, it length is 300m, the width is 160m and the depth depends on season, but in general it is 5-6m. In summer it becomes smaller, but the rest of the time is increases, especially when it rains and snow melts. Unusually, but there is no fish in Hrid lake. But there are a lot of living creatures: deer, mountain goat, bear, boar, fox, rabbit, badger, wolf, marten, squirrel, partridge and hazel grouse. Isn't it a lovely place for holiday?
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    Hrid Lake
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    Black Lake is located on the territory of the Durmitor National Park, at an altitude of 1442 m above sea level, 2.5 km to the southwest from the center of Zabljak at the foot of Medjed Mountain. Black Lake consists of two lakes - Small (Malo Crno jezero) and Big (Veliko Crno jezero) connected by a narrow isthmus (60 m) and it is of glacial origin. Moreover, Big lake with at most 855 m length has a maximum depth of 26 m and a Small one with a length of only 600 m has a depth of about 50 m. Thus, the more amount of water is stored actually in Small black lake. One religious legend associated with the lake. According to legend, Saint Sava, traveling to these places, was unjustly convicted of theft and the whole village chased him. As a punishment for pursuers, holy righteous sent the water to the village: a Small lake flooded the village itself and a Big one - the nearby meadows.
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    Peninsula Prevlaka Miholska or Island of Flowers ("floral" island). Miholska Prevlaka peninsula ("Prevlaka" in Montenegrin means isthmus) can be easily included into the list of sights of interest of Montenegro. Island of Flowers (Prevlaka) is located in the Bay of Tivat near Tivat Airport. Dimensions of the island is small - about 300 m long and 200 m wide. There is about 2 km from Tivat to the island, and you can get there by boat from the town pier or on the road by bus, car or taxi. Officially, it is referred to as an island, but still is correct to call it a peninsula, since it is connected to the mainland by a small isthmus. Only during high tide this strip of land is slightly flooded and, accordingly, Miholska Prevlaka becomes similar to the island. In addition, as you may have noticed, this island has two completely different names and each of them has its own interesting history of creation.1. The name "Miholska Prevlaka" was given to the island in honor of the ancient monastery of St. Archangel Michael, which was built in the VI century. At the moment, of the monastery complex, formerly occupied the whole island, only building with monastic cells and the small church are restored. Only three monks live in the monastery.2. Why is the "Island of Flowers"? The thing is that the island is considered the birthplace of all kinds of palm trees, various flowers and plants growing on it in the old days. In addition, it was decorated with gorgeous olive grove, almost completely destroyed by refugees from Bosnia during the breakup of Yugoslavia and the military action. However, numerous and diverse flora and fauna, lush Mediterranean greenery, bright flowers still pleasing the eye of coming tourist. That is why the island became known as the "Island of Flowers".History of the Peninsula Prevlaka Miholska (Island of Flowers). Archaeological excavations of the island began in 1996 and have been continuing to this day. Based on got results, as a mosaic, the story of the island Miholska Prevlaka is made up. Stone axes, found on the island, suggest that the first settlements date back to the Bronze Age. Greek products of VI - V century BC from the archaeological excavations of the archipelago, belong to the trading period of the Illyrian tribes with Greece. In the III century BC, the coast is conquered by Romans, throughout the island, the remains of Roman buildings and mosaics, utensils, money, and others are found. And in the front part of the temple of the Holy Trinity is a Roman granite column. It is also clear, that Christianity has been presenting on the Roman coast of Tivat from the outset. The story says, that apostle Paul with his disciples walked all along the coast from Trebinje (Albania) to Kistanje (Croatia). There is a strong possibility, that Apostle Paul preached the gospel here. In the IV century during the Emperor Constantine rule, Christianity became the dominant religion, and on the site of Roman buildings of Prevlaka, temple was built, which was destroyed in the IV - V centuries. Remains of an ancient stone decoration of buildings, fragments of ceramic, a porous stone decorations marked with an early Christian symbol of the fish testify the ancient temple. More recent discoveries and traces of the buildings belong to the VI century, perhaps there was a Benedictine monastery, which was destroyed by warlike Avars.In 1219, after obtaining independence of the Serbian Church, its first archbishop St. Sava Nemanjic established in Prevlaka residence of metropolitans of Zeta principality. To protect from hostile attacks, two fortified watchtowers were built. One of them was in the vicinity and blocked the only road to the island. In XVI - XVII centuries the towers were rebuilt in summer villas, and now only ruins overtop the desert plain (they can be seen on the way from the airport to the island).In 1420, before the threat of invasion of the Ottoman Empire, Kotor came under the control of the Venetian Republic. Kotor nobility wanted to get the land of the Orthodox diocese, that prevented Zeta Metropolitan. The conflict worsened after the Council of Florence (1438 - 1445 years), the decisions of which were not accepted by the Orthodox churches, and resistance were called among the monastic circles. Prevlaka monastery became a major concern for the Catholic Venetian authorities. In the future, the Archdiocese moved the residence in Cetinje, the island was abandoned and fell into disrepair.In 1827, a childless widow, Countess Catherine Vlastelinovich, wishing to restore the sanctuary, bought one-third of Prevlaka. For three years she has updated her house and the house of servants, instead of the wild weeds and shrubs, she planted fruit trees, made the trails on the island and to the sea. Catherine did not have enough funds for the restoration of St. Archangel Michael Church, and she had a smaller church of Trinity built near. Single-nave church of the Holy Trinity was consecrated in 1833. Today, the relics of the martyrs of Prevlaka, and part of the relics of Righteous Fyodor Ushakov, who fought for the independence of Montenegro are kept in the temple. And the sacristy of the monastery contains shrines and monuments of successive ages. In addition, the island of flowers famous for its sights, famous vacation spots and ancient structures. One of them is a magnificent and clean beach on the Island of Flowers. The beach is surrounded by lush vegetation, saturating the air with amazing flavors. It’s quite pleasant to walk in the shade of the wood or find a secluded shady corner and hide from the midday heat and from other people ... The beach itself consists of a small sandy and rocky areas. The sea off the Island of Flowers is always calm, so water skiing is a favorite activity of tourists. Many local residents and tourists love to visit this beach and arrange picnics there. The other point of interest, which is also worth a visit of the island is a Monastery of the Holy Archangel Michael, which was built in the VI century. Since the XIII century, during the heyday of Old Slavic state of Zeta, the residence of the Orthodox Metropolitan of the country was placed there. Bishop accommodated in the monastery of St. Archangel Michael till the middle of the XV century, until a tragic event on the island. In 1441 the Venetians destroyed Orthodox monastery, justifying their actions allegedly by outbreak of plague epidemic. Later studies have shown, that they simply tried to hide their terrible crime - the murder of the monks, and be more precise, the poisoning of monks by arsenic during a festive meal, presenting it as "riot of black death" or plague.Retold by Montenegrin writer Stjepan Mitrov Ljubisa (1824 - 1878), local legends tell of the ne'er-do-well son, a certain Drushko, who spent the money given by the dying mother for the production of two bells for the Prevlaka monastery. Rich backers promised him the title and the right to a quarter of the island property, if he would help them to get rid of the monks. Sly Drushko came to the monastery with repentance, where he was warmly received. During the patronal feast Drushko poisoned food, half an hour later when the monks began to fall under the table, he jumped up and started shouting: "Plague! Plague!". At this signal, towards the island, cannonballs flew from the Venetian ships moored nearby in the bay. Thus, under pretence of fighting with plague in the middle of the XV century, the cradle of Orthodoxy was destroyed. They say, that the church bell tower was so high that when it fell into the sea, the risen water swept coastal houses. Seventy monks were killed, and Drushko himself disappeared. At least, in Kotor, he no longer came, and his descendants were cursed, though they became owners of the deserted island. There is not any historical evidence of this legend, although the land of the monastery went into possession of Drushko family and archaeological excavations confirmed the time of destruction of the monastery. In 1994 and later in 1996, the relics of the monks were found, that miraculously exhaled fragrance and streamed myrrh. God's miracle was confirmed by the Bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church, and it can be watched by all the pilgrims coming. Only 300 years later, in 1833, under the supervision of Countess Catherine Vlastelinovich, restoration works of Miholska Prevlaka and construction of Trinity Church were started, where today the relics of 70 martyrs of the Prevlaka (slain monks) are rested. Catherine selfless activity was not liked by the Austrian authorities. In 1845 the island was attacked by bandits looted the church valuables and beat 68-year-old woman. Eighteen months later, Catherine died in unclear circumstances. In 1987, during the exhumation of the remains, a lead grain of handgun was found in her stomach. Property of countess was inherited by Bishop Petar II Petrovic Njegos and Holy Trinity Church of Prevlaka. After the death of the Countess Catherine further construction and restoration of the monastery complex stalled. A new attempt to restore the holy place has been made recently. So far from the monastery complex, formerly occupied the whole island, only a building with monastic cells and the small Church of the Trinity are restored. Between them there are the ruins of an ancient temple of Archangel Michael of VI century. Closer to the shore, you can see the excavations of the ancient monastery walls and towers. Only three monks live in the monastery now. Stunning facilities with a history of Montenegro, at every turn, and island of Flowers is one more proof!  
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    At a height of about 925m above the sea, in Prokletije mountains, in the National park of the same name, numerous Ali-Pasha’s Springs shoot and join together in one new big stream flow, surrounded by beautiful mountain landscapes. There is an opinion, that water of Ali-Pasha is rich of minerals and has health properties. Springs are located in Plav town-council, 1km to the south from Gusinje village and 10km from Plav lake. Ali-Pasha’s Springs shoot at the foot of Prokletije river and occupy an area of 300m2.  Speed of the stream depends on the season and varies from 1 to 1,5 m. In Winter it becomes three times faster. Having a big area, springs flow into Vruja river and merge with Plav lake. Appearance, water shadows and play of light are especially charming at sunset. The Springs of Ali Pasha named after Ali Pasha of Gusinje, Albanian commander, who tried to impose Albanian rule in this region after the decision of the Congress of Berlin in 1878 was taken and the borders of the independent Montenegro were defined. There are not so many tourists in Gusinje, therefore here you can completely enjoy local hospitality and natural food from local shops and cafes.  
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    Springs Ali-pashi in Montenegro
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    Big size and the beauty of surrounding landscape stand Capetanovo Lake apart the rest of the lakes in Montenegro. That is why this place is very popular for all types of tourism. It is a glacial lake located in the mountains, 1678 above sea level. It is 480m long and 330m wide, maximum depth is 37m. Water has bright blue color and reflects stone rocks and mountain peaks. More and more tourists come here every year. The lake is rich with fish and attracts fisher men and people enjoying picnics. Capitanovo Lake is also a starting point for tourists going to visit distant part of glacial massive Kapi Moračkoj. You can get to the lake in two ways, by an asphalt road from Niksic, be ready the last part of the road is gravel and by road from Kolashin, it is difficult and available just for off-road vehicle.  
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    TOP 10 places to practice extreme  Drive, move, emotions... As a rule, admirers of extreme holidays get the brightest and unforgettable emotions. It is you who chooses to fall into an abyss from 100m height or go through the obstacles on high speed, and we just propose you what to do in Montenegro. Believe us, we have something to propose.1. Nevidio CanyonThe Canyon is located between the two confronted mountains Durmitor and Vojnik separated by the Komarnica river. Nevidio has become the last conquered canyon in Europe, which was opened just in 1965 by the group of professional mountaineers from Niksic. This natural magic place is hidden under 400m mountains. Narrow channels less than 0,5 meter width, the most dangerous one is "Gates of kamikaze" 25cm width, jumping into deep canyons and knickpoints will take your breath away! All true nature lovers and extreme fans should definitely visit Nevidio Canyon.2. Parachuting  Probably parachuting is the most adrenalin activity. Some seconds of free fall lasting as an eternity... Get a bird's-eye view of huge mountains, amazing landscapes and feel free. You can just soar in the sky and enjoy it. Felling good and fear at the same time. Enjoy adrenalin, speed and life. Not everybody has guts to try it, but if you do, then visit Podgorica. There are two places, where you can experience full helplessness and freedom at the same time, club "Wings of Podgorica" or club "Titograd". Cost of training and flight is 150-200 Euros. The duration is 3 days. Go ahead!3. ​ParaglidingParagliding is less extreme, dangerous and cheaper. It is simple, you can practice it everywhere. There are many proposals of flight with an instructor along the seaside. Paragliding is a flight with special parachute similar to a wing. It is light and responsive, without motor and unlike parachute you can land anywhere. Even beginners can learn how to manage with it in a half an hour. Anyway, the most important thing for your safety is to fly together with an instructor. An average price is 60 Euro, but emotions you will get far more, especially in such a beautiful country.  4. ​Sea diving   To dive into the sea means to get to another world, which is unfamiliar, unreal and still attractive. To dive into the sea world, first you need is to get certificate. Local and European organizations provide this service: PADI, NAUI, PSS, CMAS. Then feel free to explore sea life and shipwreck.  5. Diving in the caves    Cave diving is rather dangerous kind of sport with high requirements and price as well. First, you should have diver's certificate and experience. Depending the diving level, you may require cave-diver's certificate. Second, your equipment should be of the highest quality. Third, you should be well trained, the visibility under the water changes quickly, from transparent to complete dark. There is no chance to come to the surface fast. What is more, there are many "surprises" in the cave, like narrow paths and gaps. But you have a chance to find many interesting things and see fish.6. Rafting on Tara River   The Tara River canyon is the second longest in the world and the biggest in Europe, after Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in USA. There are more than 50 rifts you can overcome by boat or wooden rafts. Wonderful views and pure water with a portion of extreme during swimming along canyon will produce unforgettable impressions on you! You can book this kind of excursion in any tourist agency. An average cost is just 60 Euro.7. Alpinism and rock-climbingMountains in Montenegro are quite favorable place for alpinism. The bravest tourists try to conquer Prokletje Mountains. It is almost vertical, therefore if you are not experienced climber, you should start with less dangerous spots. For example Perlitor (Durmitor Mountains) is nice for the start. Do not forget the main rules: feel sure of yourself, prepare professional, tried and true equipment (including shoes) and conquer the peaks with professional instructor.8. Bungee jumpingThere is one more way to experience free fall and see all beauty of Montenegrin Mountains and landscapes, of cause if you dare to open your eyes. Bungee jumping is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord to your legs. You can try "Bungee" in Budva, on Slovenska beach. This jump is less impressive, the platform is just 40 m. high. But still it is good. On top, you will get T-shirt, cap and video with your jump.  9. Zipline   You can enjoy Zipline on the same Durdevica bridge. We have already described the beauty of the lake and the scenery, so we just propose you to try. The cost of the short ride-fly is 10 Euro, and 20 Euro for a long one. If you are afraid, you can practice double ride, but your partner will be on the second line, close to you. There is one more Zipline close to Budva, near Rybnyak. It is smaller, but the landscape is also nice.  10. ​Adventure park in Lovchen   Adventure park in Lovchen provides numerous air trails and land amusements with obstacles to overcome. Every level has own program. Even children can practice activity, which is an additional advantage. There are attractions and trails designed for kids. "Tarzan's trail" will let you experience whole range of emotions and you will see if you are ready for sharp turnings...  
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    Dajbabe monastery (serb. Manastir Dajbabe) – acting male Orthodox monastery in Montenegro, located at 4 kilometers from the capital of Podgorica. Monastery with a long history for its unusual location: it has a small system of caves in the form of a cross and an underground water source. In these catacombs in the 3rd century BC were hiding from the persecution of the early Christians. In the monastery complex includes the monastery Church, which is dedicated to the Dormition of the blessed virgin. Here the relics of St. Symeon the Wonderworker. Etymology of the Slavic name "Dajbabe" has a prayer petition "Give!" and appeal to the Woman (the Slavic word "Baba" had in ancient times pejorative connotations, as later in the Russian literary language). The place was anciently dedicated to the virgin Mary, and the Slavs in this name preserved the tradition: "Dajbabe" is an appeal to the virgin.The monastery was founded in 1897 on the site where the shepherd Petco (then – hieromonk Platon) saw a miraculous vision. The founder and first Abbot of the monastery was the monk Simeon Dybovskiy (in the world Sava Popovic) (1854 - 1 APR 1941), postrizhennyj of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra.According to the legend: Once in the monastery of Ostrog came Petko Ivezic, a poor peasant from the village of Dajbabe. He told father Simeon, of the vision that he was not in a dream, but in reality, in 1890. In a deserted place Petco saw a man dressed in gold embroidered robes and with the hat, on which was depicted a cross. This man said: "I am not an evil spirit as you think. I'm a Saint, but I'm buried by the Turks. I was the Lord of this land and disciple of the great Saint, I Want you to built me a monastery." It Petko, who was an orphan, said, "I am poor, father." – "Rich and do not need. There would be a desire. Build the first little Church". Father Simeon realized that we are talking about the disciple of Saint Sava of Serbia, whose relics the monks hid from the Turks that they should not have polluted the sanctuary, as, alas, happened in Serbian history from the Ottoman yoke, but he Petko, talking about the vision, did not know about this story, because it was known only to educated people. The monk Simeon decided to help the young man by the will of the Saint. This plan was blessed by Metropolitan and endorsed the Montenegrin king Nicholas I. The stories of old residents, in the monastery of the caves before the Foundation of the monastery was a Christian image, perhaps even the first centuries of Christianity, when the Christian services were held in the catacombs.  
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    Mountain Lake is located at an altitude of 1285 m, in the town of Zabljak, near the place Zminats at the foot of the Sinjajevina mountain, and is a part of the Durmitor National Park. The name of the lake is named after the village, next to it, while officially it is a part of the Durmitor National Park and is part of another mountain range Sinjajevina. Coniferous forests and meadows give it a special charm. Tourists often come there in search of the classic rural landscapes. Zminichko lake is surrounded by woods and fields. The lake is located at 1285 meters above sea level, its length is 280 m, width - 240 m. The maximum depth is 3.8 m, close to the bank does not exceed 0.7 m, in the summer the water in the lake warms up. The main sources of water in the lake in spring is snowmelting, and the lake is drained much in the hot season. This lake has a special kind of "leeches", which are widely used for folk-medicine. There is a large number of wild ducks and other waterfowl on the bank.
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    Zminichko lake
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    In a series of medieval monasteries on Skadar Lake, Monastery Kom, tribal church of Crnojevic, has a special place. It was built at the foot of mountain Odrinska away from prying eyes, and differs from Balshich monasteries very much, built on the hills of the lake. The Monastery of Kom is a generic church of Alex and Giurgiu Crnojevic. Kom church is dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. Historical sources about erecting the church is silent, but it is assumed that it was built in the period from 1415 to 1427. It was a time of difficult foreign policy situation for the Slavic state Zeta - on one side the Ottoman Empire tread, on the other - the Republic of Venice. Therefore, all the monasteries of that period resembled a fortress in their appearance. Kom, in this sense, was not an exception - it was built on a high hill surrounded by marshland, and the protective wall with two gates was built around the monastery. Kom Monastery was quite rich, fertile land belonged to it, on which the vineyards grew and pastures where cattle fed. For some time even the residence of Zeta Metropolitan Church situated here, after it had left the monastery Miholska Prevlaka and St Nicholas on the island Vranjina in turn. But the rapid development of the monastery was not destined to last long - in 1478 the Turks captured the fortress Zabljak, Ivan Crnojevic moved the capital to a new place, where in 1485 established the Cetinje Monastery, where, he handed over all the property of the Kom Monastery. This led to a rapid abandonment of the monastery, in the XVI-XVIII centuries there were only occasional services in the local church. In the XIX century the monastery Kom supported priests and monks from neighboring monasteries. In 1831, as a tribute to the traditions of Zeta Metropolitanate and the glorious past of the princes Crnojevic, there was ordained to the rank of Archimandrite Petar II Petrovic Njegos.Collegiate Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a simple single-nave building with side chapels and a wooden narthex. It was painted in two stages - first in 1470 and then in the 80s of the XVI century. Today, this church is the only one with preserved original frescoes among the monasteries of Skadar Lake. Since 1999, a monk, and currently the abbot, the father Chrysostom (Nesic), with God's help and grace of the Holy Mother of God, which is dedicated to the monastery and, with his efforts and help of pious people, renewing and building up part by part this great shrine.The Holy Liturgy is served in Kom monastery every day, except for the days of Lent, as provided by the Holy Fathers rules.  
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    Kom Monastery

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Enjoy the sun, the sea and a good mood on the best beaches in Montenegro!

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    Przno beach (Pržno plaža) is a small gravel beach. It is located in a former fishing village. Many boats are still moored here. There are beach bar, restaurant and renting of sun loungers. It is very convenient to get Sveti-Stefan by boat from this place. There is lack of parking space. 
    Pržno beach
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    Becici beach is one of the most beautiful and longest beaches of the southern Adriatic. It starts from the Cape of Zavala and spreads over the Rafailovici Beach. It is a sandy beach with pebbles. Tourists can enjoy multiple sea recreations. For one who likes leisure activities, there are WaveRunner, Towable Water Tube, Banana water ride, boat, children's playground, attractions, many restaurants and cafes. There is a promenade at the Pine shadows along the beach. One can shelter there from a noonday heat. The beach is equipped by the sun loungers, umbrellas and sports-grounds. There are changing rooms, showers and WC. Sea rescue service is on duty. Parking place is near the beach. 
    Becici beach in Budva, Montenegro
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    Zukovica beach (Žukovica plaža) is a wild gravel beach, partially rocky and sandy. It is surrounded by mediterranean flora and locates next to Žukovica cape at the coast of Grbalj valley. Special conveniences are absent.  
    Zukovica beach
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    Any time when someone asks about the best Montenegrin beach, we pump air into our lungs and start beating the drum for couple of days. Really, there are many beaches and all of them are different. Gravel and sand, stone and concrete, under the rocks in forests, in cities and islands, wild and equipped - which one is interesting for you?Of course, most of the tourists prefer city beaches within walking distance from hotels and apartments. During summer season there isn't enough room to swing a cat.But, agree, it is difficult to relax, when your neighbor's leg is in front of your face. Or you cannot hear the bubble of the sea because of voices hum. That is why one should get in more private and interesting places sometimes. Let's tell about the most amazing wild beaches.Mamula beach is hidden on a small islet of the same name, at the entrance to the most beautiful Boko-Kotor bay into the open Adriatic sea. You will have a good view, which makes your heart soar, honest. You can get there just by yacht, cutter or boat sailing from big beaches Zanjic or Mirista - it is not the most convenient way, but it is worth.Gravel-rocky shore is washed by blue water. It is so transparent, that amazed eyes of fish hidden on a good depth can be seen. Besides, the sea is very deep inhere and is very good for divers. Once you get to the beach, combine the useful with the pleasant and have a walk around the island.Magnifical Austrian fortress Mamula of 19 century has been preserved here. It was a defensive fort. It is said that a ghostly echo of weapon salvo can be heard here. In fact this place has a very interesting history and its special secrets, which haunt minds of mysticism lovers. In 2014 Serbian horror film had come out with the same name "Mamula". However, there is a unique park, where subtropical and tropical flora of all sorts ramps, including exotic species of mimosa.  
    Mamula beach in Montenegro
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    Guvance beach (Guvance plaža) is a gravel beach. It is a continuation of Slovenska beach. There are restaurants, bars and renting sun loungers along the beach. There is parking.  
    Guvance beach in Montenegro
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    Drobni pijesak beach (Drobni pijesak plaža) is a sandy beach, located in the bay surrounded by olive grove. There is free parking. Here you can rent sun loungers. There are supplies of fresh clean water on the shore.
    Beach Drobni pijesak, Petrovac, Montenegro
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    Slovenska Plaža Beach is the longest beach in Budva. The length of the beach is 1640 meters.The beach is covered by small and medium gravel with concrete sites. Behind the beach, there is a hotel complex of the same name "Hotel Slovenska Plaza", as well as recreation zones and parks with different Mediterranean flora. There are many available sea attractions, including Bungee jumping, water ski, parachuting etc. There is quay along the beach with cafes, restaurants, souvenirs shops, discos and amusements for children. The beach is equipped all necessary for a comfort rest: sun loungers, changing rooms and shower with fresh water. Having rest on a sun lounger you can order drinks and meals just from your place.There are also boats to St. Nicola's island departing from quay. 
    Slovenska plaža in Budva, Montenegro
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    Beach Galia is a part of camping "Crvena Glavica", near the resort of St. Stefan.Galiya to the beach can be reached by car. The beach is well maintained and fully equipped beach furniture. Many believe that this beach Galia is one of the most beautiful beaches in Budva. The beach has sunbeds and umbrellas, cafes, changing rooms, showers, toilets, rescue service, Parking.  
    Beach Galija in Montenegro

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Rent of yachts, motor boats, boats, catamarans, scooters, canoes, SUP-s and other types of water transport in Montenegro for walks, outdoor activities or fishing in the Adriatic sea or on Skadar lake.

Montenegro is a small country on the Balkan Peninsula, which is washed by the Adriatic Sea. The Montenegrin coast is divided into two parts: Bay of Kotor, where the Tivat, Kotor and Herceg-Nova Riviera are located and the open Adriatic Sea with the Budva, Bar and Ulcinj Rivieras. Unlike the neighboring countries of the Balkan region, Montenegro has a relatively small coastline - about 300 kilometers. Nevertheless, today, renting yachts, motor boats, boats, catamarans, scooters and other types of water transport in Montenegro is one of the most popular services among tourists from all over the world.

Rest in Montenegro is unlikely to be complete if you do not find the time and will not go out even once to the open sea on a yacht or boat. None of the types of outdoor activities are able to give such stunning emotions as a boat trip / yacht / catamaran / motor boat / and other sailing in open water. Rent of yachts, motor boats, boats, catamarans, scooters, kayaks, SUP-s, etc. Is a pleasure that sometimes costs more than many other entertainments, but emotions also cause this kind of rest too special and memorable for many years ...

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The service of renting yachts, motor boats, boats and other sea vessels in Montenegro allows local residents and guests not only to enjoy the delights of luxurious leisure, but also to see all the beauty of Montenegrin coast alive, see picturesque islands, unusual places, unique sights, hidden grottoes and caves and much more from the Adriatic Sea...

Rent a yacht in Montenegro - is a great opportunity to celebrate any holiday, go for a ride with family or friends and admire the sights, and also arrange an unforgettable photo session against the background of the coast or the boundless Adriatic Sea. Here are just some of the places you should definitely visit when renting a yacht, motor boat or boat in Montenegro: Old Budva and St. Nicholas Island; St. Stefan's Island; the summer palace of the royal family in Milocer; Bay of Kotor, along the banks of which are the cities of Tivat, Herceg Novi, Kotor and Perast with its famous islands; The old town of Kotor, surrounded by a high stone fortress wall; the island-fortress of Mamula; the island of Katic and the Holy Resurrection near Petrovac; Zabljak Crnojevic on the Skadar Lake, etc.

Even if you are not interested in landscapes and stunning views of nature, you can simply ride on the desired water transport along the Adriatic Sea, Bay of Kotor or Skadar Lake and enjoy the carelessness of the sea and a pleasant rest alone with nature. It is impossible to compare with anything, even with a trip on a respectable or most powerful car on highways. Do not believe me? Then just check it out!

Rent of yachts, motor boats and boats in Montenegro is a service that today gains great popularity both with locals and tourists! That's why we collect only the best options for sea vessels for you and only from trusted management companies and owners of yachts, boats, boats, catamarans, scooters, kayaks, SUP-s and other types of water transport in Montenegro.
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