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    Church of Sv. Nedeli
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    Skadar Lake or Shkodra lake (Skadarko jezero) is one of the national parks and the main sightseeing of Montenegro. It is the largest lake at Balkan Peninsula, divided between two countries Montenegro and Albania. It impresses with its size and beauty. The biggest part of the lake belongs to Montenegro, which consists 2/3 of the lake Skadar. Lake was declared a national park in 1983.Most authors agree that the Skadar Lake basin is of tectonic origin which had been formed due to the complex folding and faulting. According to different sources, the period of lake formation dated from the creation and till 65 million years ago. Previously, lake was a bay of the Adriatic sea and now it is divided by alluvial neck. Alimentation of lake is realized at the expanse of 6 rivers, the biggest among them are Morača and Crnojevića. It falls into Bojana river near the city of Shkodër in northern Albania. On an average, the total area of lake is 475 km2, in case of drought season it decreases 390 km2 and increases 523 km2 in winter season. Certainly, it is not the biggest lake in Europe, but it is included to 15 biggest European lakes, taking the 13th position. Sailing over the lake, one can see white water lily blossom in huge flush, nuphar lutea and colonies of water chestnut or ling (sometimes it is slipped during the excursion and you can try it).Lifehack  If you want to catch maximum quantity of white water lily, visit lake from the end of May till the mid of July. The scene you witness will definitely impress you. It is abundant in fresh-water fish, among them are carp, eel, trout and others. You can try these same tree species of fish at any restaurant near the shore of Skadar lake. Also Skadar lake becomes habitat for birds in winter season, for example for gannets. In summer you can see egret, duck, seagull and black ibis. There are about 220 bird species in total inhabiting this lake. Skadar Lake also hides numerous acting monasteries and churches distributed by the islands. Among them are Vranjina, Starčeva, Beška, Moračnik.How to get? If you plan your trip by car, the best option is to reach the village Virpazar. If you organize your personal excursion, this place has the cheapest boat rent. Also there are comfortable fish restaurants. Lifahack  It is not necessary to buy an excursion to experience all sorts of emotions from visiting the National park Skadar Lake. You can get to the lake by public transport, by taxi or a car and rent a private boat. You will be shown special places and quiet corners of the lake. Just local fishermen know every corner of this huge lake.
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    Skadar Lake
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    Perast is an ancient city in Montenegro, located on the shore of Kotor Bay of the Adriatic Sea, a few kilometers north-west of Kotor. Perast lies at the foot of St. Ilya Hill (873 m), on the cape that separates the Risan Bay from the Bay of Kotor (which, in turn, are integral parts of the Bay of Kotor), directly opposite the Verige Strait, the narrowest part of Boka. History of the city.   According to the assumptions of archaeologists, the first settlements appeared in the region of Perast in the Neolithic Age; there are also memorials of Illyrian, Roman, and early Christian periods. The city itself was founded by the Illyrians and named in honor of one of the local tribes - pirusts.The first mention of Perast refers to 1336 - at this time it was a small fishing village, which nevertheless has a shipyard, and the pier there always were several trading and fishing vessels. But since the nearby strategically important island of St. George belonged to Kotor, Perast development went very slowly. Prosperity to the city was brought by the Venetian period, and the special significance of the border town it acquired around 1482 - after the capturing by the Turks the part of the coast from Herceg Novi to Risan. When the small settlement finally became a city, its inhabitants thought about strengthening. The fortress of the Holy Cross and a dozen defensive towers were built. And having distinguished itself in battles, Perast began to enjoy some political and economic privileges, in particular, it got the right to guard the Venetian flag of St. Mark after 1654 withstood the siege of the Turks led by Mehmed-aga Rizvanagich. Perast also could trade duty-free with the Venetian Republic and received the indulgence of the Venetian authorities for merciless struggle against the pirates that flooded the Adriatic. Thanks to this, the city grew and enriched: only in the XVIII century were built 20 mansions in the baroque style, 17 Catholic and 2 Orthodox churches. And since here was one of the best naval schools, Peter I sent here promising sailors from Russia for training to the outstanding captain Mark Martinovic. When Napoleon defeated the Venetian Republic in 1797, Perast was passed for a few more months, but eventually the city still had to lower the Saint Mark's flag. From this moment, the decline of Perast began: along with the entire territory of Kotor Bay, it passed from the Austrians to the Italians, and from them to the French, and then again fell into the possession of Austria-Hungary and was within until the defeat of it in the First World War. In 1918, the city became part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, and in 1941 became part of the Italian province of Cattaro. Only in 1944 it gained independence in the SFRY, being one of the administrative regions of the Montenegrin Republic. Since 2006, the city has finally become part of independent Montenegro. Sights. For centuries Perast was forced to strengthen the defense - too many people wanted to capture these territories with a favorable location. But there was no opportunity to build real fortress walls. To defend the city helped defensive system, created in the XV-XVII centuries. And consisting of 10 cardaks (defensive towers), as well as the fortress of the Holy Cross. Chardaks are two-storey buildings of almost square cross-section - they were in different parts of the city and served not only for protection, but for shelter in the case of a long siege. The most ancient of them, the tower of Markovic, or Martinovic, the inhabitants erected it in the beginning of the XVI century. In the square of St. Nicholas in the beginning of the XVI century. The fortress of the Holy Cross was built in 1570 next to the church of the same name of the 9th c. Their name is due to the fact that the cross was depicted both on the Venetian flag of St. Mark, and on the medieval Serbian flag, and it was also the family coat of many noble families of Perast. The defensive system of the city was supplemented by similar structures on the island of St. George and Verige Strait, opposite to which the city is located, it was blocked for the night by chains in order to avoid the sudden attack of enemy ships. Once in the city lived 12 noble families, and they erected the very Baroque mansions and churches, which Perast is proud for to this day. The oldest of them is the Viskovic mansion. The most beautiful architectural masterpieces of Perast is the Bujović mansion, built on the money of the Venetian Republic, designed by the Venetian architect Giovanni Baptiste Fontana. In the mansion there is a museum of the city of Perast, which presents a collection of nautical charts, models of ships, portraits of outstanding navigators, weapons and archival documents. The main exposition of the museum is made up of donations from the heirs of the famous families of Perast. Here you can see the portraits of the famous seamen of Perast and a collection of weapons. Inside the museum the original of the decree of Peter I is presented, in which he ordered to send Russian sailors to Perast for training in naval affairs. The largest of all mansions is the mansion of Smekija, which was rebuilt for several centuries. Of particular interest to tourists is the mansion Zmaevich, also called the Episcopal Palace, built in 1664. It is inscribed in a rocky landscape and decorated with the family coat of arms. Until now, many other mansions have been preserved in Perast, for example, the mansions of the families Balovich, Braikovich-Martinovich, Bronza, Vukashovich and others. Many of them are located on the main street of the city, along the sea.Lifehack: to enjoy Perast fully, it is better to arrive there early in the morning, before the influx of people. As in other cities of Boka, Perast has many churches. The main temple of the city is the church of St. Nicholas, built in 1616. The modest facade hides the majestic interior decoration, consisting of a wooden ceiling and marble carved altars in the Baroque style, painted by artist Tripo Kokolj. In the neighborhood of the Church of St. Nicholas stands the 55-meter bell tower (1691), which is still decorated with bells, delivered from Venice in 1730. The bell tower, which offers a magnificent panoramic view of the bay, is open for tourists from May to October (entrance fee is 2 €). You easily recognize the Church of St. Nicholas in the three busts that adorn the St. Nicholas Square: Marco Martinovic, Mati Zmajevic and Tripoli Kokolj. No less famous is the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, built in 1678 by the order of Archbishop Andrij Zmajevich and adjacent to the Episcopal Palace. In Perast there are the churches of St. Anne, the Franciscan Saint Anthony, St. John the Baptist, St. Mark, the Orthodox Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and a few very small. All of them were built in the period of 1595 - 1760 years. What to see in the vicinity of the city? Opposite Perast there are two stunning islands - the natural one of St. George and the man-made island Gospa od Škrpjela. On the island of St. George there is an old cemetery and a Benedictine monastery, the mention of which is found for the first time in 1166, relating to Kotor. But, unfortunately, you cannot visit this island on ordinary tourist boats, but by renting a private one. In this case, you cannot enter the monastery, its doors are open only to the inhabitants of Perast. The Italian name of the island of Madonna dello Scarpello translates as "Madonna on a reef" or "Mother of God on a rock". This island is man-made and was built in 1452 after it was said that two sailors of Perast discovered on the reef an icon of the Mother of God, which cured one of them from the disease. After that, a church was built in honor of Our Lady in Byzantine style, reaching 11 meters high. The creation of this man-made island was also of practical importance, for almost 200 years, enemy pirate and old ships were flooded here, after which a law was passed that every ship passing by a reef should throw a stone on the bottom. Thus, an area of about 3030 m2 was created.Lifehack: if you intend to get to the island on your own, you can do it on a water taxi from Perast. The fare is 5 € per person. The travel time will take only a couple of minutes, but you will have time to make amazingly beautiful photos. Every year in Perast there is a festive action called Fashinada. On July 22, all Perast residents sail out on boats to the island in the amount of 50 units and throw stones from the surrounding mountains around the island to mark the history of the island origin.Lifehack: in the vicinity of Perast there are several farms for the cultivation of oysters and mussels. But the owners of such farms are on site only in the mornings. Sometimes the hosts indicate the phone number on the signboard. To the owner to come you need to call.How to get to the city? To better experience the atmosphere, it makes sense to come to these cities on your own or on a bus. Distance Budva-Perast is 37 km, travel time 50 min.Lifehack: The cost of travel to Perast from Budva by bus is 5 € one way. There is no direct bus from Budva to Perast, but you can reach by the passing one. Any bus coming from Budva or Kotor to Herceg Novi or Igalo by a roundabout route, and not through a ferry crossing, will do. In the bus schedule you need to choose the trip that travels much longer. This is a sign that the bus will go round the road along the bay, and not through Tivat and the ferry. The driver should be asked to stop at Perast. If you go from Budva by car, then you should move north along the Jadran road to Kotor and further along the bay along the picturesque road. Hotels in Perast To Perast you can come for one day to look at the surrounding beauty with your own eyes, or you can stay in a small hotel and enjoy local comfort and tranquility for a longer time. The traffic in the city is limited - almost all the streets are pedestrian, they are very pleasant to walk around during the day, and in the evening to sit in numerous cafes and restaurants, glancing at the sinking into night bay. For lovers of sunbathing and swimming a small stretch of the coastline is equipped with a city beach. The tiny city of Perast, which has stuck to the mountains, has literally grown into rocks, of course, cannot offer a large number of hotels, but in the vicinity of Perast you can find accommodation that will satisfy the most demanding taste. Like throughout Montenegro, it can be modern hotels, villas by the sea, more or less modest apartments. On the embankment there are several restaurants offering a wide and pleasant menu. The cuisine is mostly Mediterranean, full of seafood. Civilization here is not an empty word: most restaurants accept plastic cards, some have Wi-Fi. Now Perast is a cute little town that attracts tourists with its sights. What is important, it is very quiet, without much entertainment. This city is worth choosing, as a residence, if you want to enjoy solitude or communication with a partner. In the summer, the embankment is not allowed to drive by cars and guests can safely stroll along it and enjoy the views in the coastal restaurants.
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    The town of Perast in Boka Kotor Bay in Montenegro
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    Old Venetian Castello Fortress is a main attraction of the Montenegrin town of Petrovac and its symbol. It is located in Budva Riviera, in the northern part of Petrovac, on a high cliff. The fortress is located on a natural promontory and is washed by the Adriatic Sea from all the sides. An observation deck, Museum, cannon and stela are available for visiting. The museum has examples of the amazing Roman mosaics, murals and paintings. Some of the examples available at the museum date back to III century BC. The upper area of the ancient fortress is a memorial today, where you can see a stela dedicated to the fallen soldiers of Montenegro, and in particular for the residents of Petrovac during the Second World War. The top of the observation deck of the fortress offers a magnificent view of the sea, the bay and the town of Petrovac. Above the fortress, the flag of Montenegro is flying, which is a symbol of independence. In the midst of the holiday season in the building of a small fort is opened a nightclub "Castello", which is widely known around Montenegro. The rocks, on which the castle is situated, are illuminated with multicolored lights after sunset. There also occasionally hosts themed "Russian parties" and other actions aimed at the Russian-speaking Montenegrins. Visiting disco Castello, it is difficult to imagine that hundreds of years ago in the basement of the fortress serf slaves were held, purchased for sale in developing countries. Fortress Castello, which is enclosed by a high fence-wall of large stones, for several centuries represented a pattern of impregnable full protection of local residents against possible attacks of the enemy. Today, on one side of the stone cliff attached an artificial pier, which performs the function of a small berth. One can reach the berth by boat or a cutter, moor and completely safely get to the perimeter of the ancient fortress. In addition, having got in the Castello fortress from the mainland, you can leave the cape, going down to the pier. Local people working there as boatmen, with great pleasure make an interesting boat trip along the local coast, and can introduce you some of the sights and islands nearby.The history of the fortress. Once at the site of the Montenegrin town of Petrovac was the settlement of Lastva, founded by the Romans back in the III century A.D. In the XVI century, the Republic of Venice established a rule over the village. With advent of the new rulers, about 1420, local villages were rapidly grown with beautiful buildings with a rich exterior in the same classic style. Under the rule of Venice at that time there also were such Montenegrin towns as Kotor, Budva, Perast, Herceg Novi. The old districts of these towns have preserved ancient Venetian architecture. Actively growing, local villages each year become more prosper and expanded, causing unhealthy interest for many pirates and robbers of the neighborhood. In the result, for several decades in the mid-15th century, the village of Montenegrin coast suffered hundreds of treacherous pirate raids, penetrating through the beach at night in the depths of the village and takes the most valuable from local farmers. After a "brief" thinking enterprising ruling Venetians rendered firm decision to strengthen the defense of the villages through the construction of a stone fortress with high walls around the perimeter. The best place for the construction was a natural projecting promontory, from the top of which the whole bay of the village and the next villages along the coast were clearly visible, and there was an opportunity to apply the aiming cannon blows on the ships of robbers. Since then, the Venetian fortress Castello was a reliable protection from pirates and Turkish ships. Fortress really helped to protect the town, and basements were used as weapons,wine and olive oil depot.  In subsequent years, the fortress was used as a hospital for patients with plague during the terrible epidemics or as a military prison - during the First World War.Lifehack: It is noteworthy, that the name of the fortress Castellum combined with the name of a former Roman settlement Lastva, and for a very long time, until the XX century, the town had been called Castel Lastva (or Castio). A local hotel «Kastel Lastva» reminds today about this fact. Going in Petrovac or passing by, allow time and be sure to visit the Venetian castle Castello - believe, it's worth it!  
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    Venetian fortress Castello in Montenegro
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    Podmaine Monastery (serbian "Manastir Podmaine") - Orthodox monastery in the town of Budva, Montenegro, about 2.5 km from the old town of Budva. The monastery is also known as Podostrog. The monastery received its both names from its surroundings: Podostrog - the name of a nearby mountain Ostrog, under which it actually is, and Podmaine - from the nearby countryside Maina (formerly the tribe Maini lived here). The monastery has a special importance for Montenegro, because in its walls, Metropolitan Petar II Petrovic Njegoš wrote his most famous literary work - "Mountain wreath", considered the greatest memorial of national Montenegrin literature.The history of the monastery. The exact time of the foundation of the monastery is unknown, but the legend is associated the foundation of the monastery with Nemanjic dynasty, who ruled these lands in the XII-XIV. According to legend, Saint Sava Serbian went on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land exact from this monastery in the XIII century. A small stone church of the Assumption of Our Lady was built in the monastery in the XV century, which is preserved to this day. Based on available inscriptions in it, it was updated in 1630 In addition, the monastery served as the summer residence of Montenegrin metropolitans. In particular, the founder of the dynasty Petrovic-Njegos and Metropolitan Bishop Daniel often lived there. During his stay, the bridge to the right bank of the river was built. That bridge has survived till now. In 1718, according to Treaty of Passarowitz between Venice and Turkey, community area of Maini, along with the monastery was ceded to the Republic of Venice, but the monastery remained in the ownership of Montenegrin metropolitans. In the monastery the Metropolitan Bishop Daniel died on January 4, 1735 and was buried in the small Church of the Assumption. In 1747, the Montenegrin Metropolitan Sawa Petrovic Njegos laid a new large main church of the Assumption of the Virgin. The church interior was decorated by the artist Raphael Risan Dimitrijevic. The ashes of Metropolitan Daniel were moved into a new church. In 1856, after the closure of the monastery, his remains were moved to the top of the Cross Orlov in Cetinje. In 1797, the Venetian Republic fell. Its tenure in the Montenegrin seaside - the whole Bay of Kotor and Budva, were ceded to Austria. The Austrians wanted to seize the Podmaine Monastery, to turn it into a fortress, but the Popular Assembly convened by St. Peter of Cetinje, did not allow them to do that. Later, the Austrians asked the lord to sell Podmaine Monastery and Stanjevici and received this answer: "Fill the bare rocks of gold, and then you will not be able to buy me ... What we extracted with sword, we would not give up without it, even if only the heroic blood spilt to the knees". Successor and nephew of St. Peter - a famous Montenegrin poet and Metropolitan Petar II Petrovic Njegos loved to live here, in a cell with a window to the sea. He built a large terrace with beautiful views of the Budva bay, the island of St. Nicholas, the old town of Budva, and on which he loved to walk when free minutes. Here he wrote his poem about the struggle for the freedom of the Montenegrins "Slobodiada" which devoted to Russian Crown Prince Alexander, the future Tsar Alexander II, and wrote some of his most famous poem "The Mountain Wreath". In 1837, yielding to the pressure of the Austrians, to which the coastal area of Montenegro passed after the Napoleonic Wars, Peter II Petrovich was forced to sell them the monastery. The Austrians used the monastery complex as a military fort, a prison located in a small church. In 50s of XIX century, a former monastery was bought for 5570 forints by a priest from the neighboring Main - Filip Tanovic, who supported the building of the monastery in relative safety. Father Philip tried to maintain order in the monastery buildings, and often traveled to Vienna and Russia to gain some help. A rich library of old printed books from Russia Father Philip sold to Vuk Karadzic, who took them away to Vienna. In 1864 the monastery was badly damaged in fire, in which many monastic values were burnt. In 1869, during the suppression of the Bokelskoje uprising, Austrians burnt the monastery again, and after that it was not restored. The monastery remained as a property of the heirs of Tanovic until 1953, when it was nationalized (confiscated) by the state and until 1994 was run by the Institute of Protection of Monuments of Culture of Montenegro. In 1979, during the terrible earthquake, the monastery buildings were destroyed, but later restored and painted. The monastery was re-opened in 1995. There are two temples in the monastery now, both dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. A feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary has a special significance in the Serbian Orthodox Church. On this day in 1219 the Serbian Church became autocephalous, and St. Sava I (Rastko Nemanjic) became its first archbishop. Therefore, it is not surprising that many Serbian churches dedicated to this holiday. The Great Temple of the Assumption was restored and repainted by Vladimir Kirishavich in late 1990 - 2000. It’s interesting, that in the scene of the Last Judgment icon painter has placed a Yugoslav communist leader Josip Broz Tito among the sinners in hell. Little Church of the Assumption is of a very small size, located under the cells of the monastery and reminds catacomb churches of the first Christians. Its length is just 4 meters, width - 2.5 m, above the small church there is a terrace with a beautiful view of the sea.. In the middle of it there is a water tank - "bistierna", decorated with magnificent stone carvings. Since February 2009, the abbot of the monastery is Raphael Bolevich (born 09/03/1975)To reach the monastery you can on foot or by taxi (about 5 euros). Every day in the monastery there is Matin at 5.00 am and evensong at 4.00 pm, liturgy on Sundays and holidays at 8.30. Broyanitsy are also sold there, they are beads made of knots on a strong twine, which resembles a bracelet. Decorate them the face of God’s mother. These bracelets can often be seen on the left wrist among local residents, regardless of their age and status.  
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    Monastery Podmaine (Podostrog) in Budva, Montenegro
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    One may endlessly enjoy the beauty of the National Park with a mysterious name "Durmitor"! Here one wishes to breathe in continually the freshness of the North, enjoy panoramic views of the Durmitor authentic villages, picturesque mountain pastures and glacial lakes. And here there is an irresistible urge to conquer the mountain tops.Bobotov Kuk is one of these peaks of the mountain massif Durmitor, which is located in the heart of the Durmitor National Park in Montenegro. This peak has a strange, but euphonic name and, as they say, is the highest mountain peak in the Republic of Montenegro. However, according to a recent aerial photography, in Montenegro there are higher mountains - in the mountain range Prokletije on the border with Albania. This fact is not particularly advertised as geographically Bobotov Kuk is located in the center of Durmitor in Montenegro, and is much better suited for the role of a tourist Mecca. Why Prokletije? First of all, this massif belongs not only to Montenegro, but also to Serbia (Kosovo), Macedonia and Albania (where are the highest peaks of the massif). It is also important that, historically, the Montenegrin population in the area is represented in the minority. The combination of these factors led to the fact that tourists in this region are not seen. The height of the peak is 2523 meters above sea level and is one of the 48 peaks with heights of more than 2,000 meters, located in the mountain massif Durmitor. In clear weather, you can see the mountain Lovcen from the top, located in the eponymous national park almost at the other end of the country on the Adriatic coast, as well as mountains Kopaonik and Tara in Serbia. All Dinaric Alps, including Bobotov Kuk, extends 650 km from north-west to south-east across the Balkan Peninsula. The western wall of the top of Bobotov Kuk is the coolest and together with neighboring peaks forms a powerful natural amphitheater. To the west of the wall lies Shkrka valley and lake Veliko Shkrchko (Veliko Škrčko jezero) and Little Shkrchko (Malo Škrčko jezero). The southern and eastern walls go to the rocky valleys Dinaric. Eastern and northern wall along form the top of the compact pyramid, which is partially covered with snow all year round. Up to the top of Mount Bobotov Kuk four basic and affordable tourist trekking routes are laid and before to conquer the peak, read information about them carefully, and choose for themselves the most appropriate.Lifehack: all paths are carefully marked with red rings with white core - the main thing is to look around carefully. All difficult areas are equipped with safety rope. And the most important, be vigilant and watch you step, not to stumble and fly down on the running rocks.  The most popular of these routes starts from Black Lake near the town of Zabljak and takes approximately 5-6 hours one way (depending on your physical condition and how often you stop to take pictures). In addition, from the Black Lake, there is a trail to the most unique attractions in the region - the mysterious icy cave. Its uniqueness lies in the unusual composition of stalactites and stalagmites - they consist entirely of pure ice. Links to the track and hiking uphill. The second route is the easiest and shortest one - only 3.5 hours one way with a height difference between the peak and pass just 616 meters! It begins from the pass Sedlo pass - the highest "automobile" pass in Montenegro, located at an altitude of 1907 m, we will tell about it later. It is also possible to get to the top from the village Dobri Do and from Shkrka Valley (Škrka). Seasoned travelers are advised to combine a combined route - at 5 am to leave the car in the parking lot near the Black Lake, then take a taxi to get to the Sedlo pass (it costs about 20-25 euros) and start the ascent from this point, and after a visit of the top, go down to Zabljak. This route takes about 9 hours. Thus, mountain hiking trail on Bobotov Kuk from the pass Sedlo (1907 m) starts from the car park at the top of the pass and payment of 3 euros for entrance to the Durmitor National Park. On the way to the top you can admire the rugged mountains with stripes peaks Šareni Pasovi (2248 m) and Štit (2236 m). Then, after passing the pass Uvita Greda (2199 m), surpassing the fascinating rocky peaks demonic rock amphitheater Zupci (2309 m), the road leads out to a mountain lake Zeleni Vir (2028 meters), or more precisely to the "puddle" that is left of it... In the summer the lake of glacial origin is dry - and from 80-meter reservoir supplied by the mountain springs, lefe only a small green lens. Such glacial lakes are called "mountain eyes", because the water is extremely clean and quiet. Water from the lake is suitable for replenishment of stocks of liquid before further ascent. From Lake Zeleni Vir already begins a steep climb to the pass Velika Privija (2351 m), over which, like a giant boulder, Bobotov Kuk rises. This is an intersection of two routes: from Sedlo Pass and from the Black Lake, which is located near Zabljak. Further along the road, herds of sheep and Katun - houses of shepherds periodically come across, where you can buy homemade cheese and milk.  "All along the way, "Pyramid" of stones - the so-called rooks are preriodically met. Historically, they were built to guide climbers on the route, but today most of the tourists in a way mark its presence on the mountain. Now someone is building their pyramids, and someone came by and simply puts a stone in the already built one". From the pass, many think that the peak of the mountain is already reached, but it is not so. Up to this point all the obstacles on the route may seem as a cakewalk, as only now a real mountain ascent begins - sometimes even have to climb the vertical sections with rope cables, and sometimes walk along the steep cliffs... And constantly slipping stones from under the feet will keep you in suspense. Do not do any awkward movements here – once fallen down, you can get serious injuries. Concluding segments of ascent will tickle your nerves and make to feel like a real climber – you have to creep up even on your hands. It’s better not to look down... But all this grows dim and fear evaporates once you get to the top.And here it is - the highest point of Montenegro - Bobotov Kuk! Feelings are incredible, views are amazing and stunning! According to the guides, under the good weather, the entire Montenegro is seen from Bobotov Kuk. Of course, such towns as Tivat, Budva and Kotor are not seen, but you can watch the high mountains of the National Park Lovcen, Prokletije mountain, fantastic valleys, dense forests and canyons of unimaginable beauty! But not everyone is destined to catch such weather...Lifehack: on top there is a metal box and every "conqueror of this peak" may leave a mark in the journal of ascents about one’s small feat. The way back is not easier than ascenting and eventually the entire walk back and forth takes from three to seven hours depending on the selected route, preparation and speed. Walking through the narrow, winding paths surrounded by fantastic landscapes, is an unprecedented delight for every traveler. And while many routes are pretty durable, but still they are passed, as a rule, in one shot. Landscapes changes around so rapidly, that travelers, enjoying the great views, breathing in pure mountain air and photographing the vast mountain landscapes and majestic mountains, without noticing the flow of time. Each new stone field, each pass brings a whole new landscape, flora and ancient forests will amaze you with its diversity. In addition, there are more than a thousand species of plants, some of which came down to us from prehistoric times.Lifehack: to make the ascent to Bobotov Kuk is best between June and October. In other months the trip will be complicated by snow and biting cold. If you decide to go to the top on snow, and how hot you are, never unbare any part of the body in the snowy mountains, and always bring your sunscreen creams! Bright sunlight reflected from the snow, which multiplies the effect of rays and thus speed up the burning process.The history of climbing on Bobotov Kuk. The first ascent to the peak was committed in 1883, by an Austrian cartographer Oscar Baumann. The first winter ascent was officially registered in 1931. In 1933, a group of Slovenian climbers made the ascent by the southern wall. Since then, the mountain has been thoroughly explored by climbers and tourists. However, for the first group Bobotov Kuk is out of interest - the complexity of the route for athletes is, frankly speaking, childish. But for the ordinary tourist - it's a great opportunity to enjoy the pristine nature of the Dinaric Alps. In conclusion, we note that under favorable weather conditions, rising to the peak Bobotov Kuk will be mastered by everyone - on the trail in addition to experienced hikers there are also teenagers, and senior citizens occur. As for equipment, a membrane jacket and pants, thermal underwear, gloves, trekking boots or good reliable and tight sports shoes, sticks, sunglasses, sunscreen, a knife, a flashlight, a lighter (if it comes to make a fire) are nececcary. With such a set of equipment, you will feel warm and comfortable regardless of the weather. And most important, take a supply of water (at least 1.5 liters per person) and provisions. Of course, for experienced climbers, this route may seem too simple, but novice hikers in the mountains will be delighted. Climb to the top of Mount Bobotov Kuk is a fascinating mountain adventure in the heart of Montenegro, which may be fulfilled by many travelers.  
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    Bobotov Kuk in Montenegro
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    There is an amazing forest of black pines (Crna Poda) within the Tara river canyon. It is located between Bistrica and Dobrilovina, 950 meters above the sea. The pines reach 45 meters high and many of them are about 400 years old.Lifehack:You can get to the National park of Durmitor and the Tara river canyon faster, if go through Nikšić town. If you are interested in other sightseeing, you should pass by Kolašin take turn to Mojkovac.
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    Tara River Canyon in Montenegro
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    In addition to the known classic mountain lakes, there are glacial lakes in Durmitor National Park. One of which is Barno lake at a height of 1489m above sea level, located next to Pitomine village, 1,5km to the north from the famous Black lake. It is worth of visiting despite of its small size and maximum depth, which is just 1m. It is surrounded by dense pine forest, there are wild goats feeding on its shores - isn't it an ideal village calming scenery? One more reason to visit the lake is the legend, which goes about lake's water has health properties and cures skin diseases.
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    Lake Barno
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    Have you ever heard about floating lake? Montenegro has one. Despite of its small size 73mx 92m, and maximum depth 4m, it is really unique. According to the legend, farmers constructed lake out of felled timber to kraal cattle for the night and protect them from wolves. In the course of the year, the lake is moving and changes its shape together with water level. In winter, it often freezes and in summer you can swim. The water warms up 16-18˚C. People living in the close village Brezovitsa enjoy swimming in this lake with great pleasure.  The territory around lake is quite beautiful. It is surrounded by dense forest with 20 meters pines, firs and spruces; thanks to this lake has a saturated dark-green color. Lake is located 1735m above the sea in Prokletije National Park, in the northen part of Plav town council. The famous Plav Lake is approximately in two kilometers from Visitor Lake. 
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    Visitorsko Lake
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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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    Capetanovo lake
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    The church is the main shrine of Kotor. The church was designed by architect Chorillom Ivekovic. The construction began in 1902 and ended in 1909. Style, in which it is made - the pseudo-Byzantine with one nave and two towers on the main facade. The church of St. Nicholas is famous by its numerous icons.
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    Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas
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     Susica canyon is one of the most beautiful canyons in the Balkans. It is located within the National Park «Durmitor», it's length is 14 km, the maximum height of the coast – 600 meters. Canyon is available for motorcyclists, cyclists and hikers.  The magnificence of the canyon can only be compared to the canyon of the river Tara. It begins on Durmitor, at an altitude of 1300 meters above sea level and the height of the mouth to Tara is only 512 meters. Except for the first few miles, Susica flows under the ground. A long time ago, this river was overflowing, but a lot of years spring floods forced it to find a more suitable underground way to the river Tara.  The lowest point of canyon is in it's fourth kilometer. Susicko lake is situated on that place, which as well as the river, during the summer heat disappears and in its place grows herb that blows on the wind and changes it's color from bright green to dark emerald. Shores of canyon turn green in summer, thanks to lush vegetation consisting mainly of pine, spruce, beech and maple. There are several grassy areas resembling a football field at the bottom of the canyon.  As you get closer to the river Tara, you become more and more surprised by canyon's beauty. The mouth of two rivers and the snare of the two canyons is the most impressive place. The banks of the river Susica from a height of 600 m descend down to the water almost vertically. View of the gorge is memorable, but to admire it you will have to step up to the very precipice and every one is not able to do that, because of the high altitude. There are mountain plateau with two villages at the highest points of the coast. They are Crna Gora and Nedajno in which there is also an observation deck for tourists. Though it seems that these villages are a stone's throw from each other, connecting them road runs almost 20 km.  The canyon is home to many wild animals such as wild boar, bears, deer, wild goats that graze on it's banks. Susica canyon can reach up to Skrcko circus, in which are situated two glacial lakes — Big and Small Skrcko lake. Susica canyon is part of the tourist route «Durmitor Ring.»  
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    Canyon River Susice
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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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    Bedem Fortress is located in the western part of modern Niksic on the site of the old town of Upper Onogosht. The first mention of the fortress Bedem was recorded in 1518. The fortress was built by the Turks in XVIII century after the conquest of the Slavic Onogosht. The upper town was surrounded by walls, where the Ottoman administration was, while the lower part of the settlement, inhabited by artisans, was outside the fortification and had their own defense system. Fortification was divided into western and eastern parts, besides the outer castle walls, it also had six towers located at the corners of the fortress. There is an oldest part of the fort in the middle of it - Castel, which was built in the VI century in the Roman period. The central building of the bastion includes a room for the guard and a deep basement, used for the storage of ammunition. High area on the height of the fort were artillery platforms before, each of which housed 6-8 guns. The fortress was always a place of battles for the town during the many wars, the last battle at the walls of the bastion took place in 1878, when Niksic was set free by Montenegrin Prince Nikola I. Then Niksic gradually started to become urban settlement, and the need of fortifications was not required any more. The town start living a new life, attracting new settlers. Ruins of Bedem Fortress today are protected by the state as a national historical monument. Relatively recently, the citadel complex has been undergone the restoration, after which its area has reached several hectares. The fortress is located on a hill, with views of the valley of Niksic and cliffs. Currently the ruins of Niksic fortress Bedem is a traditional place for various cultural events.
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    Fortress Bedem
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    On the territory of Montenegro there is a huge number of historical monuments, which many conquerors left at different times. Impressions of past cultures are observed in the architecture of many ancient cities and temples of Montenegro, monuments and sculptures, in the visual arts and painting, folklore and everyday life of the local population. Currently in Montenegro there is a huge amount of archaeological excavations and large architectural complexes (about 50), the oldest defensive fortresses, as well as many sacred objects and memorial monuments of the liberation wars. We will tell you about one such valuable historical object in Montenegro in this article.  Ancient Roman city of Dioсlea.​  The Zeta Plain, which now houses the capital of Montenegro, Podgorica was inhabited in ancient times. Just 3 kilometers northwest of the modern capital, at the confluence of the Zeta and Moraca rivers was the ancient city of Dioсlea, in which, according to legend, the Roman emperor Diocletian was born. This city was founded by the Romans as far back as the 1st century AD, and it was it which later gave the name to the state on this territory - Duklja. The name was chosen only because in the local dialect "Dioсlea" is sounded like Duklja. The city of Dioсlea in ancient times was a major shopping center, with developed for that time infrastructure. In those days, the Roman governors loved to live in comfort and erected beautiful temples, thermae (Roman public baths), the triumphal arch and the palace building. In the XX century, during the archaeological excavations, even necropolises were discovered here, where objects of everyday use were found: ceramic and glass vessels, jewelry, tools, weapons, coins.This historical region of Montenegro at different times was known under the names Diocletia, Dioc, Duklja, Zeta (Diocletia, Diocleia, Duklja, Zeta). From IX to XI century, the state was called Duklja: by the name of the Illyrian tribe of docklates. According to another version, the name of the state came from the ancient Roman city of Dioklea (Dukli) in the area of modern Podgorica. The population of the state was called the Duklians. In the 11th century, in the Byzantine chronicles, the country is more often called Zeta (from the name of the Zeta River - the tributary of the Moraca). In literature, the state is also called the Duklian state, the Duklja kingdom, the Zeta state, the kingdom of Zeta, the Duklja principality. Today, only the remains of numerous buildings, structures are preserved, and archaeological excavations at the site of the ancient settlement are one of the main scientific values and tourist attractions of Montenegro.History of the city of Dioclea. The city of Dioclea (Doclea) was founded by the Romans in the 1st century AD on the site of the settlement of Illyrian tribes Dokleati. Initially, Dioclea was a semi-autonomous region of the Grand Duchy of Raska, which in turn was part of the Eastern Roman Empire, and then Byzantine suzerainty. The years passed and by the second century the urban settlement had turned into a large settlement with a clear Roman layout from perpendicular streets, in which there was all the communal infrastructure (water supply, sewerage) and lived almost 40,000 people. Even in modern Montenegro, few cities can boast such a population. The city was surrounded by a fortress with defensive towers, there was a square that was located at the intersection of the two main streets. On the square there was a monumental basilica on the west side, on the north side there was a court building. In 297, Duklja became the capital of the newly created Roman province of Prevalis, which had trade links with Italy, Dalmatia, Macedonia and Greece. In the IV century, the city was destroyed several times by barbarian tribes, at the end of the 5th century it was devastated and destroyed by western Goths, and in 518 suffered a major earthquake. As a result, the city came to a complete decline and, unlike neighboring Meduna, did not turn into a medieval settlement. The Slavs who came here in 620 finally destroyed the city, but took its name for the name of its first state Duklia, from the XI century, during the reign of Byzantium, known as Zeta. After the IX century the reign of the Roman Empire was overthrown, the city began to build Christian churches, and around the city was erected a fortress wall and defensive structures. Most of the history of Christianity of Duklja introduced the ruler John Vladimir, who is revered by the Serbian, Orthodox Church to this day, and was given the rank of saints. In the 12th century, cultural development declined, and finally Duklja fell in 1189, when Prince Mikhailo Vojeslavljevic, and the eldest son of Stefan Neman, named Vukan, got the throne. It is believed that it is from these times that the city of Dioclea is in ruins. Since the end of the XIX century, many historians and scientists of the world began to take an active interest in the city of Dioclea. One of the first who shew scientific interest in the city was the Russian scientist P.A. Rovinsky. After it, the city was studied by English archaeologists, however, systematic study of the ancient settlement began only in 1954 and continued until 1998. The famous English archaeologist Arthur John Evans devoted 7 years to the study of this ancient settlement, and the result of his works today is the main study in archeology of Montenegro. Today, on the site of the old city, there are preserved walls, various rectangular structures, the ruins of the bridge over Moraca, the ruins of palaces, villas and baths, numerous sarcophagus (more than 300 pieces) with richly decorated bas-reliefs. Sculptures and fragments of artifacts and ornaments of handicraft production testify the former wealth of this ancient Roman city. Also, historians established that in the middle there was a city square, on it in the west - a basilica, and in the north was located the courthouse. In 1874 the famous Podgorica Cup was found here. Religious buildings of those times - triumphal arches and three churches, one of which is dedicated to the goddess Roma, and the other to the goddess Diana were found in Duklja. In addition, scientists discovered necropolises with ancient objects of use: tools of labor, ceramic and glass vessels, weapons, jewelry, coins and ornaments. Although even from the ancient city of Dioclea only piles of stones and half-ruined walls left, but when you come into contact with them you still experience mixed feelings of excitement and admiration.  
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    Ancient Roman city Dioclea (Duklja) in Montenegro

Beaches of 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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     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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    Rose beach (Rose plaža) is a concret-gravel beach, located in a fishing village Rose, from which its name originated. Most part of the beach is a pier made of concrete. There are gravel sections along the sides of the village. Pure water of the beach is best for divers and for snorkeling. The main conveniences on the beach are: sun loungers, umbrellas, bars and cafes.  
    Rose beach
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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 Hawaii beach is pebble-sandy beach located on the Island St. Nicholas in Budva Riviera. Beach on the island of St. Nicholas, or as the local peoples call it "Hawaii" is only one kilometer from the famous resort town of Budva and consists of 3 beaches, total length of over 800 metres. The beach on the St. Nicola's island or the local name is "Hawai" is located 1 km from Budva and consists of 3 beaches. The total length is more than 800 meters. If you are looking for privacy, you can find small bays on the rocky coastline, which is very indented. The island is reachable just by boat. The boats and yachts depart regularly from all beaches of Budva. It costs 2-5 Euros per person depending the season. The access to the island is free. Sun loungers and umbrellas cost 5-15 Euros (2 sun loungers and un umbrella). The island is covered by dense forest and there are rabbits, pheasants and deer. There are bars and cafes on the island. But fish restaurant is extremely popular there, where the visitors are served with freshly caught fish. There are sport playgrounds, changing rooms, shower and WC, sea rescue service and medical station on the island. Water area close to the island is loved by paragliders, water skier and lovers of other sport activities.  
    Beach Hawaii on the island of St. Nicolas 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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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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