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    Durmitor (Nacionalni park Durmitor) became the National Park in 1958. It was inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1980. Within 39 000 hectares of the nature conservancy zone, there are 18 glacial lakes, 748 mountain springs, 48 mountain peaks 2000 meters high with the highest peak Bobotov Kuk, which is 2 523 m high and. There are five mountain canyons, among which the most famous and longest one is The Tara River Canyon. The National Park of Durmitor is not only ecological reserve of Montenegro, but also of all Europe. Untouched picturesque mountains and pine-woods, mountain rivers and lakes can amaze anyone, who has once visited this place. Astonishing flora and fauna of this park attracts lovers of nature. Besides, in winter Durmitor becomes an active winter resort. The most popular town of Durmitor ski resort is Žabljak. There is the longest snow skiing piste 2313m on the top of Savin Kuk.Untouched sightseeing. The most famous and the biggest out of 18 lakes of Durmitor is Black Lake (Crno jezero), located at the foot of ski resort Zabljak. The Montenegrins call it "Black eyes". In winter lake is bigger and in summer it dries up partially, making a strait so that top view gives an idea of two eyes. Next to this lake, there are not less picturesque lakes Barno and Zminčkos Lake. If go along the left side of Black lake to the mountain, you can reach Tito's cave (Titova pečina).   It was used by Yugoslav partisans as a command unit during the battle on the north of the country.  One more amazing place to visit is the Ice cave (Ledena pečina), located under the peak Obla glava. The cave is full of mountain stalactite impresses with its beauty, but works fine just for the experienced tourists. It takes 4 hours to get to the cave. It is highly recommended to visit this place in the company of an experienced guide and special outfit.More than 300 of animal specimen inhabit this area. Many of them are in Red Book. You can easily meet red fox, brown bear, grey wolf, mountain goat, marten, chamois and rabbit. European otter lives in the Tara River, which practically cannot be found in other European countries. Besides, there are 172 birds species and 150 species of butterflies. Flora of Durmitor counts 1600 species of different plant varieties. There is one of the few remaining virgin forests with black pine (Crna poda) in Europe, it can reach 45m height and the age of 400 years. Manmade sightseeing of the national park Durmitor. You can find samples of authentic Montenegrin architecture in the form of the national house "savardaak" in small settlements of Durmitor park. It is a house shaped like a cone with thatched roof. There are also Orthodox monasteries of St. Michael the Archangel (XV century), Dovolja (XV century), Dobrilovina (XVI-XVII century) with the Church of St. George. Next to Novakoviči village, ancient Roman tombs are found.Church of the Transfiguration dated 1875 is located in Zhabljak. 8km to the east of Zhabljak, there are ruins of Pirlitor, a medieval fortress of XIV century. The main sightseeing of Durmitor park and the most popular theme of post cards for tourists is Djurdjeviča bridge. The bridge is located in Djurdjeviča Tara place, which was built by architecture Trijanovich in 1939. This is the very place with the most amazing view to the Tara River Canyon.  
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    The city of Tivat is located on the shore of the Kotor bay, on Vrmac peninsula. For many travelers, it is the place of acquaintance with the country, because here is the nearest airport to the coast. Insanely quiet and cozy town, located almost on a flat terrain, which is ideal for rest with little children.  History of the city The history of Tivat begins around the 3rd century BC, when the first Illyrian settlement appeared here. There are several versions explaining the name of the city. One of them connects Tivat with the name of the militant Illyrian queen Teuta, who supposedly had possessions in these places, while the capital of her state was located nearby - in Risan. Like Kotor bay, Tivat experienced the Illyrian, Roman-Byzantine, Serbian, Venetian-Turkish and Austrian periods. During the Serbian rule, which began in 1185, the city was part of the medieval state of Nemanjic. And in the XIII century on the nearby island Prevlaka, a monastery dedicated to St. Archangel Michael was being built, where Saint Sava, the founder of Serbian Orthodox Church, moved the residence of Zet Metropolitans, which made Tivat a significant religious center. With the arrival of the Venetians, Tivat, like most other settlements in Montenegro, became part of the Venetian Albania. Three centuries later, with the fall of the Venetian Republic, power here often changed: together with Boka, Tivat belonged first to France, then to Austria-Hungary, in the early 1920s to Yugoslavia and only since 2006 became a part of independent Montenegro.Attraction of the city Having set off on a city tour from the bus station, you can start sightseeing from the main Tivat Catholic church - the church of St. Anthony of Padua, dedicated to the defender of the city. The building was made in 1734 on a hill, from where a stunning view of the entire western part of the bay commands. In the church, a valuable icon of Saints Peter and Paul is kept by the Italian master Francesco. Closer to the sea there is a large and relatively new church of St. Sava, built between 1938 and 1967. It is an operating temple. Not far from the church of St. Sava, on the square of culture, there is Bucha's country house. This is the largest and most complex structure on the coast of the Boka bay. The palace, surrounded by greenery, is a classic example of the defensive architecture of Venice. Its age exceeds five hundred years. The palace is in the center of the city, near the port area. Built in the XVI century as a summer residence of the noble family of Buce. During the Middle Ages, the lands of Tivat were famous for their fertility, and most of them belonged to the patrician families of the neighboring town of Kotor. The palace was built by order of the Buce brothers (Michael and Nikola), who served in the royal diplomatic corps. The palace was originally conceived in a castle style. Then on this territory the attacks of the Ottoman troops were possible, and the palace served as a defensive fortification. At the end of the XVIII century the estate was bought by M. Luković, and a hundred years later his heirs gave a part of the buildings to the city for the needs of the Arsenal. The structure of the architectural complex includes a dwelling house, a defensive tower, a garden, a family chapel, various outbuildings. The territory is surrounded by masonry walls. The entrance is blocked by a powerful gate. A tower was the first thing to build here (1548). It was it which performed the protective function. On a special wooden balcony there was a guard. The author of the tower was the architect Vikenty. Later a gazebo and a chapel of St. Michael appeared there. They were decorated in baroque style with an abundance of decorative details and stone columns at the entrance. The residential building acquired its modern appearance after the following rebuilding in the 19th century. The house adjoined the tower from the south. In the twentieth century. In the gap between the buildings and the bay, a summer theater was created in the center of the garden. The palace is also a part of the Cultural Center of Tivat, it is equipped with a cinema and a theater room. If you are not a big fan of ancient and religious buildings, take a stroll along the embankment. Many boats and yachts are moored here, as well as many cafes with snack bars. Turning around the natural bay and coming to the city beach, move further to the right along the sea, and you will get to the luxurious complex of Porto Montenegro.Lifehack: such a number of yachts is due to the fact that in Porto Montenegro, at the beginning of the berth construction, parking prices were lowered, and yachts from other elite European resorts, including France and Croatia, were docked here. It was erected on the site of the military seaport Arsenal on the initiative of Canadian businessman Peter Munch. "Porto Montenegro" is a unique marina of the Adriatic Sea for the lovers of yacht-sports with a high-quality infrastructure.Lifehack: along the promenade of Porto Montenegro, the most expensive yachts in Montenegro are moored. The yacht of the famous Russian businessman Abramovich tried to moor twice, but the length of the berth could not accommodate such a large vessel. We recommend you to stroll along the well-groomed streets of this mini-town. There is a training center for crews, workshops for technical inspection and repair of yachts, as well as related facilities: high-end apartments, restaurants overlooking the bay, shops, a sports club. In the center of Tivat, just behind the port, there is another place for walking - the Botanical Garden, the idea of creation of which belonged to the admiral of the Austro-Hungarian naval forces Maximilian Daublesky von Sternek. In 1892, he issued a decree according to which all captains were to bring to Tivat from distant voyages samples of various plants to decorate the military port of Arsenal. Thanks to the mild climate, the plants have perfectly taken root, and now the garden covers an area of 4 hectares, being one of the largest in the southern Adriatic. Magnolias, palms, cedars and many other exotic and ornamental plants grow here.  What to see in the vicinity of the city? In the vicinity of Tivat, there are many other temples of cultural and historical value. For example, the church of St. Luke on the outskirts of the village Gosici was erected on the site of an older building, which in 1776 was reconstructed and painted with frescoes. And St. Peter's Church, located in the village of Bogdasici, 4 km away from Tivat, was built in the times of Zet's Bishop Neofrite. Not far from the city there is another interesting place - the reserve "Solila", where salt was extracted in the Middle Ages. In the remaining salt basins 111 species of birds live today. The plans for the development of the Tivat region include the creation of a large ornithological park. ear Tivat is a group of islands under the common name Krtol archipelago. It includes three islands - Otok, or Gospa od Milosti; Prevlaka, it is the Island of Flowers; Stradioti, it's the Island of Sveti Marco. On Otok Island, located 800 meters from the shore, there is a Jesuit monastery and the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the second half of the 19th century. The length of the island is about 160 m, and the width is 60 m. The island had been the residence of the archbishops of Kotor till the 19 century.Miholska Prevlaka or Island of Flowers is a peninsula, right behind the airport of Tivat. Some guidebooks refer to the unimaginable beauty of this island, which is not a reflection of reality. But the clear advantage of the Island of Flowers is the sandy beaches, however, without special amenities. Once on the Island of Flowers, the Apostle Paul converted the local inhabitants to Christianity. And the monastery of the Archangel Michael was erected at that time occupied almost the whole of its area. As a result of the feuds of the confessions, here in 1452 a tragedy occurred, when after the evening meal the monks and guests died of the result of poisoning. And after many years, on donated money, the monastery was rebuilt, and the incorrupt monks' relics are in the temple. You can reach the Island of Flowers by car or taxi.St. Mark's Island is an untouched natural island, covered with olives and cypresses. You can get to the island only by boat or motorboat. In conclusion, we advise you to visit the village of Gornja Lastva, a historical and cultural monument located in the mountains, 300 m above sea level, 3 km from the Jadranski Put. Here some authentic buildings are perfectly preserved: about 20 residential buildings, operating mill for processing olives, as well as the Church of St. Mary. It is famous for the tricolor altar - from white Carrara, mottled Ligurian and local green marble. The church of the Holy Vid, built on the hill of the same name in the IX deserves attention. These localities overlook an amazing view of Tivat and the Tivat Gulf.Beaches of the city Tivat  Despite the fact that the Tivat Bay of Boka is the largest, it has grown historically that there are not too many beaches here, about a dozen with a total area of 30 km2.  In Tivat itself there are several small beaches: next to the luxurious marina piers, there is a city beach 150 m long; concrete beach "Palma" with a length of about 70 m; On the other "shore" of the Tivat marina there are sandy beaches "Belane" and "Zhupa" with lengths of 150 and 500 m respectively. There is Puro Beach in the city - a network of Spanish beach clubs. Similar clubs exist in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Romania, the United Arab Emirates. Admission is free, the cost of the seat at pool is 30 euros. The price includes one lounger, mineral water and fruit, the time of stay is unlimited. It is recommended to book in advance. 3 km from Tivat is Opatovo beach, located in the homonymous village and stretched for 220 m. Exactly in the middle of it there is a lighthouse, it divides the beach in two halves. This beach has everything you need for relaxation, including parking spots, because getting there by other means of transport is less convenient. Much closer to Tivat is sandy and pebbled beach Donja Lastva with a length of 1 km. It is partially concreted and belongs to the hotel "Camellia".Seljanovo beach, its length is more than 1.7 km, and surrounding rocks with absolutely smooth and steep slopes are the natural basis of a wonderful landscape. There is everything for recreation: cafes and restaurants, parking and marina. The next beach deserves special attention, is the shallow-sandy flat Calardovo marked by the Blue Flag. It is near the island of Prevlaka. This sandy beach, surrounded by classical Mediterranean vegetation, which gives a lot of shade, is equipped with everything, without which it is hard to imagine a holiday by the sea, including picnic places and sports grounds. The road leads to the island, located directly on the mound, which connects the island and Tivat. And on the other side of the Tivat Bay near the village of the same name is the concrete and pebble beach Krasici. It is quite long, about 1.5 km, very green and not crowded.  How to get to the city? Tivat airport is 4 km away from the city - this is one of the two international airports in Montenegro (the second one in Podgorica). From here all year round, daily flights to Belgrade are conducted, while the rest of flights are concentrated mainly in summer. First of all, it is convenient for tourists following to Kotor (located 7 km away from the airport) and to Budva (20 km). In addition, Tivat is connected with the rest of Montenegro by a two-lane Adriatic route - Jadranska magistrala. Nearby there is the ferry crossing Kamenari - Lepetane through the Verige Strait, which allows you not to go around Kotor Bay.  Cafes and restaurants in Tivat On the picturesque Tivat embankment and in the distance from it there are more than a dozen restaurants. Enjoy a beautiful view, pleasant music and good wine at the restaurant One. If you prefer Japanese and Asian cuisine, as well as high-end service, Mitsu is worth a visit. Restaurant Prova will please not only by a successful location, but also an extensive menu. Those, who have already managed to visit this place, recommend branded warm salads, fish soup and octopus with vegetables. Prova specializes in European cuisine and seafood dishes. The original design in the form of a ship will emphasize the taste of sea dishes, in addition the restaurant is located literally near the sea edge.Hotels in the city of Tivat On the coastal part of Montenegro, there are many different options for accommodation: from luxury hotels to to private apartments (apartmani) and rooms (sobe). In Tivat, you can find housing at different price levels. Here, among the lush Mediterranean vegetation, in a calm and almost homey setting you can have a great time on the beautiful beaches of the sunniest city of Boka. Fans of outdoor activities should take an interest in the program of local festivals and championships - sports and creative, which are often held here. In addition, in Tivat there are all conditions for diving, mountain walks, water skiing and catamarans...  
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    The small town of Risan, located on the shores of the Kotor Bay of Montenegro, is remarkable for being the oldest settlement in this area. Located just a few kilometers from Perast and is strikingly different from it, it can even be described as abandoned and absolutely not touristic. Here you can even feel in the cafe real Montenegrin spirit. But still, if there is a visit to Perast in your plans, then Risan is definitely worth a visit because of one, but very unique attraction - Roman ancient mosaics.  History of the city. The first mention of the city dates back to the III century BC when the city was a powerful and well-fortified settlement. Then it was ruled by the Illyrian Queen Tetoua, known for her warlike temper and a formidable pirate fleet. In those days, there was the first mint in the territory of Montenegro. During the Roman-Illyrian wars, the Roman Empire took over the centuries. This was the period of the heyday of Risan, after which remained a unique heritage of ancient culture, architecture and art. However, around 595 year, the city was destroyed as a result of raids by Avarian and Slavic tribes, as well as after a strong earthquake. During the Middle Ages, the authorities in Risan have been changed many times. So in the X century it belonged to the Serbian principality of Travunia, then was part of Zetas, and in the middle of the XV century together with the city of Herceg Novi was under the control of Duke Stefan Vuksic. It is known that in 1466 the Venetian Republic appealed to the duke with an offer to exchange these two cities for the island of Brač in the Adriatic Sea and the palace in Split, but was refused. In 1482, during the reign of his son Vlatko Hercegovic, both cities were conquered by the Ottoman Empire, under the rule of which Risan was over 200 years. Only in 1678, as a result of the military actions of the Venetian Republic, the city was included in the province of Venetian Albania. The next two centuries, Risan, like the whole Kotor Bay, belonged to the possessions of different states: Austria, France, Yugoslavia, and since 2006 has become a full-fledged administrative unit of independent Montenegro. Risan is especially famous for its monuments of the ancient period. In the I-II centuries there were built marble palaces decorated with sculpture and mosaics. Of them, only the remnants of the Roman patrician villa have survived to this day. It is known for its floor mosaic, among which stands the unique and the only one image of the god of dreams Hypnos in the Balkans. These ruins are rightly considered the richest heritage of ancient culture on the territory of Montenegro. In the center of Risan the Church of Saints Peter and Paul of 1601 rises. It is a single complex with a small chapel of St. Michael the Archangel, as well as a city cemetery. Of particular value is the collection of icons of masters of the Boko-Kotor school, kept in the church. To a later period belongs the partially preserved Velic mansion, the family nest. Their famous representative Marco Ivelic valiantly served in the Russian troops and achieved high rank.Lifehack: The cost of visiting the complex of Roman mosaics in Risan is 2 €.  The beach of the city.  The beach is in the city, its length is almost a kilometer. Conditionally it can be divided into 3 parts. The largest (central) part with a concrete platform belongs to the hotel Teuta. In accordance with European standards, the territory is regularly cleaned, toilets, shower cabins, locker rooms are installed. The sun loungers, umbrellas are at your service. Employees of the rescue service and the medical aid station work there. Those who like, can ride a catamaran or play volleyball. The laws of Montenegro guarantee free access to the beaches. However, at the peak of the season, tourists who do not live in a hotel can be denied. If the question is positively resolved, they will have to pay for the use of "equipment". But the visitors of the left and right parts are guaranteed of getting rid of an unpleasant surprise called "No vacant seats." Risan is not as popular as Budva or Kotor, so the beach, which width is 10 meters, it is always spacious. There are enough umbrellas and sunbeds at rental points, prices are generally available, while renting is voluntary. Water in the sea is transparent, which attracts snorkelers. The bottom goes down smoothly; the children splash in complete safety. Guests can enjoy water sports. In the cafe located on the beach, they are always ready to offer some light snacks, ice cream, drinks.  What to see in the vicinity of the city? In the vicinity of the city there is a small town of Crkvice, located on the Krivosije Plateau on the eastern slope of Mount Orien. The town is known for the fact that every year about 5,000 mm of precipitation falls here, and snow 30 cm thick lasts from 30 to 120 days a year - this is the record of precipitation in the whole Europe. Massive archaeological excavations are conducted here, on Orien. Not far from the village Lipci, located 4 km from Risan, in the cave were found rock drawings of the Bronze Age, depicting scenes of deer hunting and others. This is one of the most important archaeological sites. Further the road goes along the coast of Kotor and Risan Bay towards Tivat Bay by a beautiful and strategically important place - the Verige Strait, the narrowest one in Boka. On its banks opposite each other are two small villages: Lepetane and Kamenari. The distance between them along the water is only 900 m, and in the old days the iron chains stretched between the banks, thus blocking the way to enemy ships.Lifehack: there is a ferry service between Kamenari and Lepetane, which cuts the way from Budva to Herceg Novi for 40 km. The cost of crossing by car is 4.50 €, and for pedestrians it's free.  How to get to the city? If you follow the motorway by bus or a rented car from Kotor, the city is the next locality after Perast. Despite the size, Risan simply teems with nightclubs and discos. All around Risan there are scattered restaurants with delicious food made from local products. You can book a room in the Marble Castle - this building is modern, although it was built according to the architectural traditions of the region in antique style. There is a castle almost on the city beach, the proximity of the sea makes it even more visually attractive. The interiors of the castle are made with the use of expensive blue marble and decorated with decorative panels, openwork gratings, spectacular lights. For those wishing to stay on holiday, there are eight rooms in the castle, all of them equipped with modern appliances, comfortable furniture and have magnificent observation platforms from which you can admire the panoramas of the sea or the surrounding area. In the city itself there are only a few hotels (but there is a possibility to rent a villa or apartments), but nearby, in Perast, Kotor and other cities there are quite a few hotels for every, even the most demanding taste. Many of them are literally a few meters from the edge of the sea. Rest in Risan can become one of the most enjoyable moments of life. The general atmosphere of life in this city is such that fully confirms the thesis that, man is born to sit back. The slowness, tranquility, and benevolence of local residents has a beneficial, almost therapeutic effect on tourists.  
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    Approximately in the midway between Podgorica and Budva, at the foot of Mount Lovcen, there is a historical and cultural capital of Montenegro - Cetinje, also called the city-museum. Its population is about 15 000 inhabitants. There is the residence of the president and the metropolitan of the Montenegrin-Primorsky Metropolia of the Serbian Orthodox Church, some departments and a large number of cultural and historical sites. The city covers an area of 10 km² and is located in a unique climatic zone at an altitude of 670 meters above sea level.History of the city.The city of Cetinje, named after the river flowing through the valley of Cetinje, is first mentioned in written sources dating back to 1440. Its appearance and development is associated with the name of Ivan Crnojevic, who decided to move the capital of theexisting state of Zeta to a less accessible place. In 1482 the court of the ruling dynasty was located here, and two years later the Cetinje monastery was being built. In 1499, the reign of the Crnojevic dynasty ended, and a significant part of the Zetas retroceded to the Ottoman Empire. Although the city retained its autonomy, however, both Turks and the troops of the Venetian Republic during the 16th-18th centuries repeatedly attacked the city. The heyday of Cetinje was connected with the coming dynasty of Petrovic Negosi. In 1838, Peter II built in the city his residence - the Palace of Billiards. And after the recognition independence of Montenegro at the Berlin congress in 1878, Cetinje became the capital of a new European state. After the First World War, Montenegro joined the SACC. However, after the end of World War II, the capital was moved to Podgorica. And at the moment Cetinje received the status of the second capital of the state.Attractions of Cetinje.In Cetinje there is a lot of attractions that will be especially interesting for believers. The oldest building in Cetinje is the Vlaška Church, built in 1450 by the Słuchen shepherds. The church has preserved unique frescoes created by Greek masters, and its fence is made of captured weapons of Ottoman army soldiers collcted by local residents during the liberation wars of 1876-1878. On the square in front of the church there is a monument "Lovchenskaya Vila" - a female figure with a laurel wreath and a raised sword. Monument dedicated to Montenegrin emigrants returning home from America with the noble goal of defending the country in World War I, but unfortunately the ship sank with all on the board. The main symbol of Cetinje is the Cetinje monastery, one of the most important religious shrines in Montenegro, which is obligatory for visiting for every believing Christian. The monastery was destroyed several times, restored, but has exsisted in its present form since 1724. A curious fact is that until 1863 it was simultaneously a prince residence. In the lower temple of the Cetinje monastery, the relics of St. Peter of Cetinje are preserved, on which is placed the ark with the incorruptible hand (the right hand) of John the Baptist and the Particle of the Honorable and Life-giving Cross of the Lord. Next to the monastery there is the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin on Chipur - the burial place of the last rulers of the Montenegrin dynasty Petrovic Njegos.Lifehack: because Cetinje is in the mountains and in a unique climatic zone, it is always several degrees colder there than on the coast, and in addition, rains are much more frequent. In addition, connoisseur of art and history have a great opportunity to learn there. In the Palace of King Nikola there is the State Museum. Construction of the palace began in 1863 and lasted for 4 years. Nikola Petrovic-Nyegos glorified the Negos dynasty, thanks to his political views and the desire to bring Montenegro to the rank of equal with the developed European countries. The exposition presented in this museum is one of the most interesting in Montenegro. Here you can see the collection of military orders decorated with gold and precious stones, paintings, flags, stamps and other historical values. Particularly unique is the court library with a collection of about 10,000 books of secular and religious themes. The Blue Palace is also of interest - a small building of sky blue color in the neo-Renaissance style, built in 1895 for the son of King Nikola I. Since 2010, the palace is the official residence of the President of Montenegro, and its entrance has the guard of Honour. No less striking examples of the palace architecture of Cetinje are the buildings of former foreign embassies: British, Turkish, Russian, French, Austro-Hungarian and Italian. In the Government House there are two museums - the Historical and Art Museum, an art gallery with the works of Pierre Auguste Renoir, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall and other painters. There is also an icon painted by the Holy Evangelist Luke, the Filerme image of the Mother of God. The Palace of Billiards is located next to the Cetinje Monastery. It was built in 1838 by the project of Yakov Ozeretsky in the form of a medieval castle. The name of the palace was due to the first in Montenegro billiard table installed in it, which, unfortunately, was burnt during the Second World War. In the two-story palace there are 25 rooms. The building is surrounded by a stone wall with four towers. Here is the Museum of Negos and the Ethnographic Museum. In a special glass pavilion there is a relief map of Montenegro - a model of the country, executed by the Austrian soldiers during the First World War in a scale of 1:10 000.Lifehack: a ticket to each of the museums costs 2-5 €. But if you plan to explore the Ethnographic, Historical, Art Museums, Billiards, relief map and the Palace of King Nikola I, you can buy one ticket for 10 €.What to see in the vicinity of the city?From Cetinje, you can drive to Ivanova Koryta by car or by taxi, from where the ascent to Lovcen begins, to the Lake Peak - the highest point of the Lovchen Mountains, accessible to the visit, where the mausoleum of Peter II Petrovic-Negos is located. The height of the peak is 1657 meters above sea level. The highest point of the Lovchen Mountains is Stirovnik, which is 1749 meters above sea level. And if you go on the road to Kotor from Ivanova Korita, you can get to the village Negusi - it's a family estate of the Montenegrin dynasty of rulers, here is the house-museum of Peter II, and here they cook the famous Negusky cheese and prshut. If buy these Montenegrin delicacies - so only here. Return to the coast can be back through Cetinje to Budva, or go further to Kotor along the serpentine of the Royal Road.How to get to Cetinje?Distance from Cetinje to Budva is 29 km. You can get to the city on two main roads: from Budva and from Kotor. Both roads are mountainous, both are full of dangerous turns. It is on these roads that tourists usually come to Cetinje, by cars or buses. But it is from the steep turns of these mountain roads that unforgettable views of the surroundings are burst upon the eye. For those wishing to enjoy the sights and walks around the city leisurely, there are several hotels and restaurants. Tucked away in a small valley among the mountains, Cetinje is an original cultural and historical center of Montenegro. Here you can see the most significant museum collections, touch the history of the country, get acquainted with the monuments of architecture.  
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    Montenegro is famous not only for its wide beaches and unique historic cities, but also a rich spiritual heritage, which is depicted in numerous temples, churches and mosques located throughout the country. Orthodox monasteries in Montenegro are among the most visited attractions of the country throughout the year. From all over the world, millions of travelers make pilgrimages to the Montenegrin monasteries with remarkable Orthodox shrines. The whole of the country is located about 60 monasteries, and almost every one of them has its own historical heritage and an interesting history. One of such amazing spiritual places in Montenegro is the Monastery of Agios Georgios (St. George). It is located in the Kotor Bay on the same island, next to another popular island Gospa od shkrpela, near the resort towns of Perast and Kotor. The monastery looks very beautiful and looks quite comfortable on the island grow tall cypresses, which gives it additional charm and glamour. The island is private property and belongs to the Catholic Church.  
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    Гуляя по Старому городу Будва, вы наверняка увидите старую постройку, глядя на которую у вас даже мысли не возникнет, что это может быть Домом Божьим. И все же, это древнейшее каменное строение является храмом, возведенным в далеком XIX веке.Церковь Девы Марии (Santa Maria In Punta) в старом городе Будва является одной из 8-ми святынь Черногории, связанных с именем Богородицы. Святая Дева Мария считается официальным покровителем этого популярного города в Черногории. Небольшая и незаметная на первый взгляд, она является одним из самых старых строений в городе, однако в данный момент не действует. Древний католический храм Девы Марии расположен в крепостной стене старой части города Будва на юго-западной его окраине, о чём и говорит приставка «In Punta»  в названии, т.е. «на кончике». Церковь находится на самом краю города возле Цитадели и напротив известной церкви Святой Троицы, в которой до сих пор проводятся службы. Храм имеет общую стену с православной церковью Святого Савы, основателя Сербской православной церкви. Это совсем небольшой храм, площадью 15 кв.м., который в настоящий момент также не действует. Во время правления венецианцев здесь служились и православные литургии и католические мессы. На стенах церкви, несмотря на сильнейшее землетрясение, до сих пор сохранились фрагменты фресок середины XII века. По одной из легенд, именно с того места, где сейчас стоит церковь, святой Сава отправился в паломничество в Иерусалим. Возведение святыни датируется 840 годом, когда в Будву прибыли бенедиктианские монахи из Испании, что делает её одним из самых старых зданий во всей Черногории. , Вполне возможно, что храм был частью целого монастырского комплекса, который в то время находился рядом. По легенде, рядом с крепостной стеной монахи ордена бенедиктинцев установили икону Богородицы и позвали всех христиан поклониться лику Девы Марии только для того, чтобы узнать, есть ли в городе христиане. В IX веке они здесь уже были – людей пришло очень много, поэтому на этом месте решили возвести церковь имени Святой, изображённой на иконе. Древний текст, оставленный монахами на камне в северной стене, говорит о постройке храма. Эта надпись является свидетельством возведения Святыни и одной из главных достопримечательностей Будвы. В  XIV веке церковь была под владением ордена францисканцев. В 1807 году она перестала действовать, так как в город вошла армия Наполеона, превратившая храм в конюшню. Католическая церковь Святой Девы Марии несколько отличается от прочих черногорских святых строений. Сооружение является смешением архитектурных стилей, что, вероятно, связано с многократными реставрационными работами. Архитектурный памятник построена в форме неправильного прямоугольника, с боковой стороны храма находится вход. Главный алтарь был возведен раньше боковых стен восточной и западной сторон. По форме арок нефа можно заметить влияние готики XIII века. Каменный фасад с колокольней сложен из грубых камней и построен в «деревенском» стиле. Церковь имеет несколько прямоугольных окон неравного размера, а на стенах расположены фрески, датированные серединой XII века. Раньше в церковном алтаре хранилась главная городская святыня — чудотворная икона Девы Марии, так называемая «Будванская Богородица», долгие годы защищавшая город от болезней и врагов. В 1807 году, незадолго до осады Будвы армией Наполеона, ее успели перенести в церковь Святого Иоанна, где она храниться до сих пор. Стоит отметить, что это был очень правильный ход, так как французские войска устроили в ней конюшню. В настоящее время Церковь Девы Марии используется как музейная достопримечательность, а также, в дни городских праздников, служит местом проведения музыкальных вечеров и площадкой фестиваля классической музыки «Песни Медитерраны» поскольку в ней уникальная акустика.  
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    Church of the Dormition of the mother of God (Moraca monastery)
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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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    Montenegro impresses with its beauty. Dense vegetation, pure Adriatic sea, fresh products - what can be better for a romantic holiday? To see the sunrise during breakfast, to admire sunset from a quay or have rest at the shore of the mountain lake. Below WAYTOMONTE provides its own list of romantic hotels for your holiday.Regent Porto Montenegro 5* Stay in this hotel is an exceptional pleasure. Here you will dive into the atmosphere of luxury and unique service. The hotel is located in an absolutely newly built square of Porto Montenegro, in yacht sport zone in Tivat. One may walk along the quay and exploring the yachts, to find some to rent and may be for purchase. The hotel infrastructure provides absolutely unique advantages. There are own Spa-center, open swimming pool and also an exclusive access to Lido complex. This swimming pool is included to top 10 swimming pools of the world. A horizon merges with a swimming pool edge, wonderful cocktails, bright sun and music programs by evenings. For those who love swimming at the sea, Regent also can surprise you. The hotel does not have personal beach zone. But the guests are proposed to visit a private island by boat. On top of everything else, inside of PortoMontenegro, there are many restaurants with different world cuisines and small boutiques.  Avala Resort & Villas 4* What can be more romantic than living near Old City walls? Perhaps it is the only hotel in Budva located closely to the sea. It has its own beach zone close to Old Town. Here you can swim and observe tourists exploring the fortress. Also you can visit St. Nicola's island. It takes 10 minutes from hotel to get to the port, so you can organize sea travel. You can while away evenings in hotel or have lunch in numerous restaurants of Old Town or on the quay. Later you can visit AvalaCasino in hotel. Hotel Splendid Conference and SPA Resort 5* The first 5 star hotel in Montenegro. It is located in the next from Budva town, Becici. The hotel provides the first class service and got the name old time ago. The hotel has an advantageous location. From one hand, you will be in a walking distance from the main tourist center with dynamic nightlife; from the other hand, you can visit other very beautiful beaches, such as Kamenovo and beach near Sveti Stefan Island. If you choose this hotel for your romantic holiday, restaurants with Japanese and European cuisine, casino and SPA-center will be available for you. Hotel Aleksandar 4* Hotel Aleksandar is also located on Budva seashore, in Rafailovici town. This comfortable hotel is located on the shore, in 5 minutes walking distance to Kamenovo beach with beautiful transparent blue water. For the comfort of lovers hotel provides saunas and a wonderful restaurant Aleksandar, which gained tourists love. For sure, you will not be able to forget sunsets on a terrace of the restaurant. ForzaMare hotel 5* This 5 star hotel is located in Boka-Kotor bay, in a place, which is considered one of the most beautiful in Montenegro. Near tourist center of Kotor, in an absolutely quiet village, Dobtota. All guests place special emphasis on cuisine of the hotel restaurant and certainly high quality service. The rooms are designed in various styles imitating famous cities and countries of the world. Hotel has its own sea zone. It is a concrete section with water entry. There are also SPA and Jacuzzi. In the evenings, you can walk along the quays of Perast and Kotor, visit small restaurants located on the shore. May be you will find fishing shop and you will be served with just caught mussels. Hippocamus hotel 4* One should live inside the walls of Old Town, at least once in a lifetime and fling oneself into history. Especially if it is Old Town in Kotor. In the designing rooms of Hippocamus hotel, modern design is combined with the elements of old house. Sometimes, centuries-old stonework is seen. You can hardly imagine how to take lunch in the morning on a terrace viewing to tiled roof of Old Town. Later come out to the old cobbled streets, walk slowly and feed local cats.Towards evening, certainly it is worth to walk upstairs to the St. Ivan's fortress. After all, there is the most beautiful sunset view opening Boka-Kotor bay.  
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    Church Gospe od Shkrpjela is located on the island of Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Skrpjela) in the Boka Bay near Perast.  
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    It's just three kilometers from a tourist city Tivat, there is one small abandoned settlement. In as little as 50 years ago it was inhabited by the generations, who lived, loved and worked, but now just bats live there... One is terrified by the view of rotten walls, forsaken weedy houses, broken stairs and destroyed roofs. Looking for a better place for living, people left their homes and moved to more favorable places. Entering any house, one may notice that things remain on the same place, as if someone is still lives there, unless everything is terribly rotten and rusty.
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    Convent Zdrebaonik located near the town of Danilovgrad, 17 km from the Ostrog monastery. The name of the monastery comes from the word "zdravie" that in the Slavic language means "Church estate, property." There are several versions of who founded the monastery - Prince Vukan of Zeta, son of Prince Stefan, king Milutin. But in any case, all converge in the opinion that the founder was someone from the representatives of the dynasty nemanjic, and that the Foundation of the monastery should be attributed to the 13th-14th centuries. In those days the monastery was metham (slave) of the monastery Moraca. The main temple, consecrated in honor of St. Michael the Archangel, erected in 1818 on the foundations of an ancient temple from the times of the nemanjic. The monastery complex consists of a Church, a large hospice house and several smaller buildings that were used as classrooms. The Church of St. Archangel Michael built in typical Montenegrin style churches - hewn sturdy grey stone. The Church altar is decorated with the Holy see, in the middle is the main icon created by the monks of Svyatogorsk. In 1819 the monastery was built two-storey Konak (hospice). Now live in it about ten nuns and the prioress. In the monastery icon workshop. In 1856, the monastery keeps relics of Saint Arsenios of Simca. He was the second Archbishop and successor of Saint Sava - the founder of the Serbian Autocephalous Orthodox Church. The relics of this Saint many miracles and healings. Between 1884 and 1914, these relics were stored elsewhere in the monastery Kosijerevo, but then returned to Zdrebaonik. In addition to the relics of Saint Arsenios here lie the relics of the Holy Martyr Fevronia. The Church of St. Michael the Archangel is a classic for Montenegrin temples structure with straight flat walls and semi-circular altar jog. Inside the temple there is a balcony for the choir, an altar with icons of Arsenius, and St. Sava, as well as a case, with the imperishable relics. In addition to the Church in the monastery complex included a large hospice, built in 1819, as well as a number of new buildings — a refectory, a library and an icon workshop. Since 1994, the monastery Zdrebaonik is a female Orthodox monastery belonging to the Montenegrin-coastal Metropolitan of the Serbian Orthodox Church.  
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    Горный массив Врмац - Рай для пешего туризма.​ Врмац (Vrmac) – это гора расположенная на одноимённом полуострове, которая находится на юго-западе Черногории и разделяет Боко-Которскую бухту на тиватскую икоторскую части залива. С которской стороны под крутыми склонами Врмаца теснятся на узком берегу населенные пункты Мио, Прчань и Столив.С тиватской же стороны горные склоны более пологие и постепенно переходят в обширную тиватскую долину, где и раскинулся курортный город Тиват.У подножия полуострова расположен стадион «Под Врмацем», на котором играет футбольный клуб «Бокель» из Котора. Горный массив Врмац является продолжением горы Ловчен, на длинном хребте которого расположено несколько вершин. Самая высокая горная вершина носит название Святого Ильи (черногор. Sveti Ilija) -765 метров над уровнем моря, и именно с неё открывается великолепный панорамный вид на популярные туристические города -Котор и Тиват. Помимо этого на горном хребте находятся: 712-метровая вершина Вели врх (Velji vrh), Чисти врх (Čisti vrh) - 616 м.,Попова Глава(Popova Glava) – 584 м., Чрстви Врх("твёрдая вершина") – 516 м., а также невысокая, но весьма почитаемая среди туристов вершина – Святой Вид (Sveti Vid)- 440 метров над уровнем моря, на которой находится древняя церковь. Через гору Врмац проходит автомобильный тоннель протяжённостью 1 637 метров, который соединяет город Котор с Адриатическим шоссе и остальной частью страны. Врмац является популярным местом у туристов, которых привлекают пешие прогулки по многочисленным горным тропинкам и катание на горных велосипедах. Кстати, здесь до сих пор сохранились старые пешеходные дорожки, которые пользовались местные жители на протяжении многих веков. Интересные факты: Весь полуостров покрыт сетью дорог и укреплений, которые были построены еще во времена Австро-Венгерской империи. Среди всех этих горных вершин, на Врмаце находятся несколько маленьких местных деревень, старинные и заброшенные австро-венгерские крепости, древние церкви, обширная сеть туристических пешеходных троп, проходящих по старым военным дорогам, но главное здесь – это уникальное сочетание морского воздуха и хвойных ароматов, благодаря которому Врмац считается лучшим местом для лечения астмы и бронхитов. У подножия горы на границе Столива и Прчаня даже есть санаторий с соответствующей специализацией. Интересные факты: В давние времена, когда в районе Бока-Которского залива хозяйничали разные завоеватели – венецианцы, французы, австрийцы, османцы, леса безжалостно вырубались. Сейчас лесной покров Врмаца частично восстановился, а в 2012 году волонтёры высадили на его склонах ещё 6 тысяч саженцев поморского бора – особого вида сосны, лучше всего чувствующего себя в средиземноморском климате. Как добраться до вершин горного хребта Врмац? Попасть на гору Врмац можно пешком по многочисленным тропинкам с самого подножия горы, практически из любой точки по периметру залива - так называемые "Pjesacka staza" есть почти в каждом посёлке полуострова, будь то Столив, Прчань, Муо, Лепетане или даже Ластва. Либо есть возможностьподобраться повыше к хребтуна автомобиле - на гору ведёт асфальтированная дорога от форта (деревни) Троица, на перевале между городами Тиват и Котор. Lifehack: Несмотря на автомобильные дороги, Врмац всё же интересен и наиболее популярен у людей именно для пешего туризма - тропы не сложные и тщательно промаркированы, а живописные и разнообразные виды на весь Которский залив открываются на протяжении всего маршрута. Отправившись на Врмац пешком, можно с легкостью подняться на самую высокую точку - вершину Святого Ильи или дойти до площадки над проливом Вериги и наблюдать, как проходят через него корабли и снуют паромы между Лепетане и Каменари. Также можно вскарабкаться по крутой тропе к церкви Св. Вида, построенной в XV веке, посетить горные деревеньки с древними церквями – Богдашичи, Горни Столив, Горню Ластву. Lifehack: Здесь кстати проходит живописная старая дорога в Котор. Сейчас она немноголюдная и мало кем используется для целей попадания в Котор, т.к. уже несколько лет существует туннель, соединяющий эти города Черногории. Если идёте на гору Врмац в первый раз, то советуем взять с собой карту или навигатор, а также выбирайте наименее крутой и безопасный подъем, который берёт своё начало в населенном пункте Donja Lastva, недалеко от отеля Perper. Остальные пути немного сложнее и проходят через тернистые заросли кустарника. В начале дорога широкая и асфальтированная, и идти по ней конечно приятно. На высоте примерно 260 м. над уровнем моря находится древнееселение - Gornja Lastva, там заканчивается асфальт и начинается горная пешеходная тропа. По дороге на вершину Святого Ильи, если конечно у вас есть время, можно быстренько заскочить в церковь Святого Вида. Независимо от того, каким из способов вы попадете на горный хребет Врмац, оказавшись на самой вершине вам откроется вся Бока Которска (серб. и черногор. Boka Kotorska, буквально — «Которское устье») как в сторону Тивата, так и в сторону Котора. Помимо этого на горе произрастает шикарный сосновый лес, гулять по которому и дышать целебным воздухом одно удовольствие. Целебность воздуха кстати усиливается большим количеством растений, произрастающих здесь, например заросли можжевельника или обильные кусты шалфея. Вдоволь нагулявшись по горному хребту, и дабы разнообразить ваш маршрут, мы советуем спускаться уже другой дорогой, которая проходит вдоль горного хребта Vrmac над побережьем (внизу будут Stoliv и Prcanj), ведёт к крепости Врмац (Tvrdava Vrmac) и заканчивается населенным пунктом-крепостью Троица (Trojica). Насладившись красотами окружающей природы, теперь можно со спокойной душой спускаться вниз по лесному серпантину, одновременно наблюдая потрясающие виды старого города Котор, крепости Святого Ивана (Иоанна) над ним, Боко-Которского залива и всего горного массива Ловчен (Lovcen). Во время всего пути стоит быть внимательными и смотреть под ноги, так как на тропинках вам могут встретиться друзья наши меньшие. Одевайте удобную и плотную обувь для пеших прогулок по горам, а также обязательно возьмите с собой защитный крем от солнца, головной убор, что-нибудь перекусить и достаточный запас воды, а также фотоаппарат, чтобы сделать захватывающие и запоминающиеся фотографии, и самое главное - хорошее настроение! Lifehack: Родник с водой есть в поселении Gornja Lastva, а на небольшой полузаброшенной ферме около крепости Врмац (Tvrdava Vrmac) можно найти колодец. Полное время подъема но гору зависит от уровня подготовки путешественника - прогулочным шагом с перерывами на фотосессии до крайней точки можно добраться за 4-5 часов, но можно и намного быстрее. Таким образом путешествие по горному массиву Врмац довольно длительное и может занять практически целый день. Достопримечательности и популярные места на горе Врмац. Лучший вид на Старый город Котор. Чтобы попасть на смотровую площадку, с которой открывается лучший вид на Котор, нужно от форта Троица проехать три витка серпантина, пока не закончится асфальтированная дорога. С неё можно рассмотреть Котор во всех деталях: видна каждая крыша, яхты у берега. Именно отсюда отчетливо видны местные поселения которской части залива - Ораховац, Доброта, Люта, Шкаляри. Над Старым Градом Котор видна гора Ловчен, а немного слева – гора Пестин Град (Pestin Grad). Эта природная достопримечательность Котора заслуживает отдельного внимания и обязательного посещения. В горе Пестин Град с этой высоты видна большая черная дыра – пещера нимфы (Vilina pečina - Вилина печина). Интересные факты: Местные жители рассказывают, что в этой пещере обитает добрая нимфа Алкима, которая оберегает черногорцев от разных напастей. В лунные ночи можно увидеть, как нимфа плывет по небу в своей золотой лодочке от Пестин Града к Врмацу. Рекомендуем запланировать поездку ближе к закату для того чтобы увидеть, как оранжевое солнце падает за далёкий мыс на западе, а на востоке золотятся и розовеют скалы Ловчена и Пестинграда. Австро-венгерские крепости и дороги. Весь полуостров Врмац оплетён сетью дорог и укреплений, которые были построены еще во времена Австро-Венгерской империи. Справедливости ради стоит конечно отметить, что эти укрепления на стратегически важных пунктах были еще задолго до прихода на эти земли австрийцев. В те времена Гора Врмац, разделяющая Которский и Тиватский заливы Которской бухты, играла важную стратегическую роль для военного контроля над прилегающими территориями. Поэтому неудивительно, что Австро-Венгерская империя, получившая власть над черногорскими землями в XIX веке, сразу же занялась модернизацией старых фортов, строительством новых оборонительных сооружений, а также выкладкой камнем магарских ("магарац" – "осел") горных троп. Первый из фортов, Троица, находится на дороге Котор-Тиват, на развилке над селением Шкалярями. Именно тут находится перекресток нескольких дорог, ведущих в Национальный парк Ловченив Цетинье, в сторону Будвы и Тивата, в Котор, а также наверх на гору Врмац. В XIX веке здесь проходила граница Австрии и Черногории, поэтому форт имел исключительное стратегическое значение. Несчётное число раз мы и наверняка многие туристы, бродившие по горам вокруг залива, говорили слова благодарности австрийским дорожным инженерам. Их стараниями наши прогулки по горе Врмац – одно удовольствие. Конечно, местами эти дороги уже заросли кустами, кое-где их размыло дождями или накрыло осыпями, но всё-таки, после ухода австрийцев прошло уже сто лет, а качество работы австрийских строителей до сих пор вызывает уважение. Еще одной из таких австрийских оборонительных крепостей является форт Врмац. Находится крепость на вершине горы Врмац, недалеко от поселка Мио (Myu). Крепость Врмац была построена в 1860 году, и в ее конструкции воплотились все достижения фортификационной науки того времени. Сооружение имеет в плане трапециевидную форму и состоит из тыльной части (которая называется «горжа») и двух орудийных казематов, направленных в сторону Тиватского и Которского заливов. Снаряды для дальнобойных орудий подавались из подземного арсенала с помощью механизированного лифта. Крепость была окружена глубоким рвом, который простреливался с боковых капониров. Над поверхностью земли можно насчитать два этажа, но гораздо большая высота форта была врыта вглубь холма. Во время прогулок по горному массиву Врмац можно посетить и другие четыре древнейших форта, но они поменьше, а также четыре укрепления артиллерии, четыре казармы, три смотровых площадки и два склада амуниции. Все ключевые точки соединены продуманной системой дорог и множеством мелких объектов инфраструктуры. Деревушки Горня Ластва и Донья Ластва. На вершине горы Врмац расположилось старинное село Горня Ластва (Верхняя Ластва). Здесь можно посетить церковь Святой Марии XVI века, которая известна своим великолепным алтарем из цветного лигурийского, белого каррарского и зеленого мрамора. Другая, еще более древняя церковь IX века находится недалеко, на скале Святого Вида. Селение Горня Ластва впервые упоминается в XIV веке в которском Статуте как часть которских владений. Расцвет села пришёлся на XIX и начало XX в.в.. После Второй мировой войны жители начали активно отселяться вниз, в Донью Ластву и Тиват – ближе к рабочим местам. Но, что интересно, село не умерло, хотя лишь несколько человек живут в нём круглый год. Летом жизнь кипит, люди возвращаются в свои «породичны кучи» – семейные усадьбы, потому что в горах намного приятнее пережидать летнюю жару, а дома на берегу можно сдать туристам. Да и вне летнего сезона село то и дело оживает: сюда приезжают крестить детей, венчаться, праздновать «славу» – день святого покровителя семьи. В период сбора урожая маслин село тоже не пустует. Из села Горня Ластва, с высоты 300 метров над уровнем моря, открываются великолепные виды на город Тиват и его знаменитый элитный район - Порто Монтенегро, остров Святого Марка и остров Цветов, полуостров Луштицу и Которский залив. Склоны вокруг Горней Ластвы серебрятся оливами. Здесь растут тысячи деревьев, посаженных древними поколениями ластовлян. До сих пор в этих местах сохранилась давильня для производства оливкового масла, а раньше их тут было несколько, и все они беспрерывно действовали по два-три месяца, пока не переработают весь урожай. В Горней Ластве, в её лучшие времена, находилось четыре большие церкви и четырнадцать маленьких, в основном принадлежавших влиятельным семьям. В верхней части Горни Ластвы сохранилась церковь Рождества Богородицы, построенная в 1410 году. Её барочный алтарь из разноцветного мрамора раньше принадлежал храму Госпа од Шкрпьела, что на острове возле города Пераст. В XIX веке там установили более богатый алтарь, а старый передали в Горню Ластву. Церковь служит культурным и смысловым центром селения, здесь нередко проводятся концерты, на которые собираются слушатели со всего тиватского побережья.  Lifehack: Горню Ластву прекрасно видно из самого города Тивата – это вполне заметная группа оранжевых крыш среди деревьев и горных вершин. Местечко Донья Ластва (Нижняя ластва) находится на побережье и является памятником культурного и исторического значения. А прекрасные виды из Доньи Ластвы сами по себе являются достопримечательностью здешних мест. Поселение Донья Ластва и её окрестности прекрасно подходят любителям спокойного и неторопливого отдыха. Горная вершина Святой Вид на горе Врмац. На горном хребте Врмац расположена невысокая, но весьма почитаемая среди местных жителей вершина – Святой Вид. Здесь на высоте 440 метров над уровнем моря расположилась древняя церковь. Первое документальное упоминание о храме относится к первой трети XII века, но ее расположение и способ постройки говорят о том, что она была сооружена гораздо раньше. Не будет лишним посещение и других горных деревушек с находящимися там старинными церквями – Горни Столив и Богдачиши. Например, в Богдашичах сохранилась церковь Св. Петра, которая была построена предположительно в IX или X в.в. На фасаде есть надпись, что в 1269 году она была передана православным верующим, но в XV веке эта церковь снова стала католической. В целом, посещение горного хребта Врмац – это очень простой и довольно быстрый способ окунутся в сказочную и одновременно "дикую" природу Черногории. Всего 10 - 15 минут езды от Тивата или Котора – и вы чудесным образом окажитесь среди первозданной и неописуемой красоты Врмаца. Так что скорее берите друзей, родных и близких и отправляйтесь в незабываемое приключение!
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    Djalovica cave is located 25km from Bijelo Pole and considered to be one of the most beautiful caves in Europe. The rout to the cave follows the town of Kolasin to the nearest town to the cave - Djalovica village. This rout takes approximately a few hours, and additional hour of walking from the village to the cave. The main entrance is located above two lakes called Devil's whirlpools. In summer they are usually dry. Speleologists from Belgrad has been studying Djalovica cave since 1987, and this year considered the year of its opening. Presumably, the total length of the cave with numerous stringers is more than 200km. To 1997, the scientists have moved deep for 10km in 10 years, and Czech Speleologists have increased this number for more 9km. Djalovica cave has been left untouched for a long time due to its location: the entrance is located on the territory of Montenegro, however, the whole cave - on the territory of Serbia. Neither side did not hasten to invest in reclamation, fearing someone makes use of other's achievements. Despite of this, the specialists from different countries continue to explore the cave. As a result, all concluded unanimously, that this object is not only a unique natural phenomenon, but it also presents a tangible speleological value. It is known, that the process of formation of mountains is not completed in Montenegro. Deep in hard rock, the nature has been creating and creates unique by beauty and degree caves with gigantic halls, rivers and lakes. For example, some domes of Djalovica cave reach 30 meters high. The excursions to the cave are attributed to extreme tourism, therefore just experienced speleologists, who are ready physically and emotionally, are allowed to the cave. It is possible to see about 2,5km of the cave. The excursion is time consuming, seeing the cave after a decent takes about 4 hours, climbing back can reach 2 hours.
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    Cave of Jalovica. Gorge Jalovica in Bijelo Polje, Montenegro
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    Veslo Bay (Uvala Veslo) is a rocky site, located in Veslo Bay, near Begovoci town. The beach is perfect for those who love wilderness and romantic atmosphere. You can get there by a country road along the shore or by sea. From this beach one can get to Blue Cave (Plava Spilja). There are no conveniences.
    Uvala Veslo beach
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     Arza beach (Arza plaža) is a wild gravel beach, located on Lustica bay. This is one more place, where you will find yourself surrounded by local history. There are remnants of an old fortress Arza. And an insular monastery Zanica is opposite to the beach. Here you can enjoy an amazing view opens to Boko-Kotor bay and Adriatica. You can get to the beach by sea or through Mirista beach. There is just a pier without any conveniences.  
    Arza 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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     Oblatnо Beach is located on Lustica peninsular and it won the Blue flag in 2014. The beach is small, the length is 100 meters and it belongs to Almara Beach Club hotel. This is a comfortable club beach. The part of the beach is a private territory, which is decorated with glamour and stylish design. There is an Italian restaurant, cocktail-bar and luxurious sun loungers with baldachins. The beach is loved by young people. In summer modern DJs play here and make the best parties. Gravel covers the beach and there is all necessary for the rest: sun loungers, umbrellas, sea rescue service and changing rooms. One can get to the beach only by car.
    Oblatno beach, Lustica
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    Lučice beach (Lučice plaža) is a comfortable gravel-sandy beach in the bay surrounded by softwood. There are free and paid parking, restaurants, bars, water slide and see attractions.  
    Lučice beach
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    Queen´s Beach is the main beach of Milocer and one of the most beautiful beaches on Adriatic seashore.
    Queen´s Beach in Montenegro
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    The Beach of Saint Stephen (Sveti Stefan) is located close to the famous island-hotel and consists of 2 beaches divided by the bridge heading to the island. The left side beach is a municipal and free. The right side beach belongs to the hotel Sveti Stefan. The difference between two beaches is the one has smaller gravel and less quantity of tourists. The price for a set of tables, sun loungers and an umbrella is 50 Euros on Sveti Stefan beach. There are not so much tourists even at a high season.  Next to the beach there is a small quay with palms, blossom oleanders and old olive trees with amazing stocks.  
    The Beach of Saint Stephen (Sveti Stefan), 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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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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