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    Lovcen National Park (Nacionalni park Lovćen) was proclaimed a national park in 1952. Lovćen stands on the border between two climate zones, mediterranean and continental, that has caused the development of rich wild life with numerous endemic species of plants and animals. 1/3 out of the existed species of Montenegrin flora can be found here.  The park is also inhabited by wolves, bears, wild boars, foxes, deer, rabbits, hedgehog, voles, about 200 bird species, 11 species of reptiles and a great number of insects. There are 2 highest peaks of Lovcen mountains, Štirovnik 749m above the sea, you get there just having special equipment; and Jezerskivrh 1 657m above the sea, where Njegos Mausoleum is located. Lovcen National Park is beautiful at any season. Driving along mountain serpentine road, you will see the change of nature. On the shore you can enjoy palms, magnolia, acacia, but here you will see a real forest of north latitude.Lifehack: Visiting Cetinje in summer, do not forget to take a coat and jeans. The difference in temperature between a hot seashore and Cetinje can be 10-15 degrees. In winter, it may snow, especially at the top of Njegoš Mausoleum.How to get to Lovcen? From Cetinje, you can get to Ivanova Korita by taxi or by car. There is a picturesque plain in the mountains with the extreme park «AdventurePark». The ropes are stretched between the trees with the constructions, which are used to pass the trails with different level of difficulties.Lifehack: There is an old Royal road leading from Ivanova Korita. If to choose it for the back rout, you will see an unimaginable view of Boka-Kotor bay. The ascending to the highest point of the National park Durmitor, which is Njegoš Mausoleum, starts from Ivanova Korita. The Mausoleum is located  1 657m above the sea, on the peak Jezerskivrh. It takes 10 minutes to get to Mausoleum by stairs. After the Mausoleum, you will proceed to an open site with mountain panorama. If the weather is good, you will see the bank of Italy. Certainly, a picture is worth a thousand words!The admission to the Mausoleum is 3 Euro.Lifehack: There are two roads to the National park Lovcen. From Cetinje or Kotor by an old serpentine road, which was the part of caravan track. It is possible to plan your trip by car and to start with Cetinje, than go to the National park Lovcen and proceed with your way down by Kotor road, the second name of the road is Royal. It will be a descending road with 25 circuits. For someone it may seem extreme, but the view to Boka-Kotor bay will compensate all troubles of this mountain serpentine.  
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    Biogradska Gora National Park (Nacionalni park Biogradska gora) is located north of Kolašin ski resort, between the valleys of two rivers Tara and Lim. The total area of the park is 52 km² including woodland with area 1600 hectares, mountain slopes and tops, six glacial lakes, one of which is the biggest Biogradsko Lake (Biogradsko jezero), located at the very entrance to the park. Biogradska River flows into Biogradsko Lake. The Jezerstica river flows out of Biogradsko lake and flows into the Tara river in few kilometers away. Lake Biograd (Biogradsko jezero) is especially beautiful in early autumn. It is the starting point of numerous hiking routs to different corners of the park. Pesica Lake is the second lake by size, located at the foot of Crna glava, Borova glava and Cmiljeva glava peaks at height of 1838 m. There are other lakes located within the territory of the National park: Great Ursulovacko and Small Ursulovacko, Great Sisko and Small Sisko. There is a marked climbing rout for 2139 height. Protection of the region of Biogradska Gora dates back to 1878 after Kolašin was liberated from Turkish rule. This area was presented to King Nikola, the Ruler of Montenegro.  There are about 20% of endemic types of plants of the Balkan Peninsula, which consists about 2000 of plants, 70 animal specimen and 150 birds species. 40% of butterflies living in Montenegro inhabit the park, which consists almost 80 species. In vicinity of the park, there is a famous Monastery Moraca (Mаnastir Morača), built in XIII century, famous with its collection of icons and frescoes.  
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    In the Montenegrin city Sutomore, located 11 km from Petrovac, about 2000 people live. In summer, most of it becomes a pedestrian zone: the main street, like in Budva, runs along the coast parallel to the highway. Sutomore is one of the most inexpensive vacation spots on the coast of Montenegro. The resort is known for its remarkable pebble (sandy) beaches more than 2.5 km long. There are plenty of opportunities for swimming and diving, as well as traditional beach activities like catamarans, parachutes, "bananas". A small (about 800 m) sandy beach in Sutomore is widely known. As in many places in Montenegro, sand here (due to its mineral composition) has medicinal properties: it brings relief to patients with rheumatism. In the same bay as the city beach of Sutomore, there is a gravel one "Zlata obala". It is rather narrow, its length is about 250 m, but it is equipped with everything necessary, since it belongs to the hotel with the same name. On the outskirts of the city there is a church of St. Phekla. Orthodox and Catholics get along peacefully there: the altar of the first is in the apse, of the second - at the south wall. The church was built in the 12th-14th centuries. And is still used for religious rites. The church cemetery is also home to both Orthodox and Catholics.   What to see in the vicinity?   Moving further, to the east of Sutomore, you will pass a small village Brca. After it to the right, there is forest park area of Cape Ratac. The ruins of the Monastery of the Virgin Ratacanskaja, founded in the 9th c. are of some interest. Once it stood right on the shoreline and belonged to the Benedictine Brotherhood, which owned the surrounding lands and traded with olive oil. But in 1571 the monastery was devastated by the Ottoman Empire, and during the Second World War it was finally destroyed by the Italian troops. On the territory of the monastery there are preserved ruins of the Church of St. Mary, built in the XII-XII centuries. The icon of the Virgin was in it, which attracted numerous pilgrims. In addition, on the territory of the monastery were hospitals, where monks and local residents were treated. Along the Cape Ratac several picturesque beaches stretches, including officially one nudist. A little further from the cape is not very popular with tourist circles, which means that not overcrowded beach "Beogradska plaza" 100 meters long. The picturesque landscape is complemented by giant boulders in crystal clear water. To see Sutomore as in the palm of your hand, you can climb the fortress of Hai-Nehai. It is on the way to the village Canj. More than five centuries ago it was founded by the Venetians, but in 100 years the Turks conquered it. They then gav it the name. Once the fortress could accommodate up to 900 people. Despite the long years of Muslim domination, the foundation and part of the walls of St. Dimitry's church of XIII century with two altars have been preserved on the territory of the fortress. From the road the fortress seems an impregnable fortification, but having come closer, you will see the paths leading upward.   How to get to the city?  Through the city the railway goes that connects the capital of Serbia - Belgrade and Bar. In addition, the people of Podgorica love to spend their weekends here - thanks to the proximity of the resort to the capital. Only half an hour by train or car separates them from each other. Of course, there is a bus service in the city, and those who prefer to travel with comfort, will be able to take cars for rent.Hotels in Sutomore  Sutomore hotels are also focused on travelers who are inclined to choose a budget vacation. The level of hotels and villas corresponds to approximately 3 * according to the international classification. This does not mean that there is no comfortable housing in Sutomore. It just lacks a touch of luxury, as it often happens in beach hotels of other countries. Directly on the beach in Sutomore there are more than 50 cafes and restaurants. Railway, which goes through the city, links the cities of Belgrade and Bar. The main part of the resort area in the summer (approximately from 1 June to 15 September) is intended only for pedestrians. The coastline of Sutomore and its outskirts abounds with quiet lagoons and bays, forests and picturesque rocks - these places are suitable for walking the best.  
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    Talking about the holy places of Montenegro, it is impossible not to mention the Orthodox monastery with a rich history, which is completely covered with secrets and legends and which, unfortunately, many tourists do not know. The name of this monastery is Praskvica. It is considered a representative representative of the Orthodox architecture of the Balkan Peninsula and is the most famous monastic complex in the Pashtrovichi area of ​​the Budva municipality. The monastery is located in a picturesque olive grove on the hill in the former fishing village of Chelobrdo, on the outskirts of Milocer, near Przno and the popular island of Sveti Stefan. In Montenegro, monasteries are better known by their names, usually associated with peculiarities of location (Cetinsky, Piva, Podmaina, Rezevici, etc.). The monastery of Praskvica has its own name due to an interesting natural phenomenon - a small streamlet flowing in the vicinity of it, in which flows the water smelling of peaches. And in the springtime, when streams begin to flow down from the mountains, the air in these parts is filled with the aroma of peach trees. This is what gave the name of the monastic monastery, as in the local dialect "praske" means "peach".  As the locals say: "Drink water from this stream, and in the mouth there is an unforgettable feeling, as if you were eating a peach."​The history of the Monastery of Praskvica. According to an old legend, the monastery of Praskvica was founded in the distant 1050, when the Old Slavic state of Zeta, located on these lands, was headed by Stefan Vojislav. According to some sources, the monastery existed in 1307, when the Serbian King Milutin visited Kotor. In documented written sources, the monastery of Praskvits was first mentioned a little later, in 1413, when the ruler of the Zeta (the ancient name of Montenegro), Balsa III Stanimirovich Balshich with his mother Helen, daughter of King Lazar and Queen Milica, gave Budva the letter of the foundation of the monastery Praskvice, in which the construction of the church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker is mentioned. Until now, the original image of the church, unfortunately, was not preserved, since in 1812 the French troops plundered the monastery and destroyed the church. At the same time, valuable archival documents disappeared without a trace, which could provide a number of significant data on the life of the monastery in the period up to the 15th century. Approximately in 1844, the construction of the present church of St. Nicholas was started and completed in 1847 in a new guise. From the former building, only the foundation and part of the walls were preserved, and during the design, fragments of the fresco painting of the 15th century from the old church were used. The main painting of the new church was made by the famous Greek icon painter from the island of Corfu Nicola Aspioti in 1863, and his magnificent fence of the iconostasis still decorates the interior of the new church. Significant assistance to Montenegrin Monastery Praskvitsa in due time was rendered also by Russian sovereigns, since Catherine II and finishing Alexander I. They donated not only money, but also various valuable subjects, and in the monastic storages to this day there are accompanying charters from the Russian Imperial Court. The monastery of Praskvica for a long time was not only a spiritual but also a secular center of the Montenegrin tribe of Pashtrovics. The buildings of the monastery were used for holding court hearings and making important decisions. Councils of elders passed behind a large stone table, which was called "Bankada". Today, any visitor to the monastery can sit at this table. In 1979, during the strongest earthquake, the monastery complex was seriously damaged. By now, most of the buildings have been restored, but some of them are still under reconstruction. Nevertheless, the Monastery of Praskvica today is the operating monastery of the Montenegrin-Primorsky Metropolia of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The monastery complex includes two churches - a large St. Nicholas and a smaller Holy Trinity, old and new cells, a guest house and a turret, which used to be a school where monks taught children to read and write. The Holy Trinity Church dates back to the 17th century. Fresco painting in it was done by the artist Radul, and the gilded iconostasis was made by master Dmitry Daskal. The old cells of the monastery are located north of the church of St. Nicholas. They contain the most valuable monastery library, whose foundation is about 5000 books. Here, in the ancient cells, there is also an amazing museum of the monastery with a treasure trove, which contains an unusually valuable collection of art items, a rich collection of icons, ancient weapons, various objects of church use, hand-written books and documents from the Pashtrovich era, of which the following are distinguished: and the Mines of 1717, the handwritten Gospel of the 16th century, as well as hard copies of the Gospel and 18th-century church books. Among the important documents there are several letters of Bishops Sava and Vasily Petrovich, one letter of Vladika Danila and three letters of the Russian royal court: two letters of the Russian tsarina Catherine the Great 1783 and 1798 and the letter of the Russian tsar Paul I of 1798. Among other things, the museum should always pay attention to the old monastic seal with the inscription "Si pecat manastira Praskvice" (Russkiy "this is the seal of the Monastery of Praskvice"), as well as the cup of the Russian Emperor Paul and the handwritten Gospel that Russian Tsar Paul I presented to the monastery in 1798. The pearl of the treasure is the golden cross, which, presumably, belonged to King Dusan. This cross from the Monastery of High Decani to Praskvitza was moved by Archimandrite Danilo Kazhanegra. The museum of the monastery of Praskvitsa contains a magnificent collection of icons, important examples of the artistic value of which are some parts of the iconostasis from the old Balshina church, part of the iconostasis, which until recently was located in the upper church of the Holy Trinity, and the icon of the Virgin and Christ of the Italo-Cretan school of the 17th century, which shines with unearthly beauty. The monastery parish also includes several churches located in the nearest district outside the monastery walls - the Church of St. Stephen, the Cathedral of the Transfiguration of the Lord and the Church of St. Alexander Nevsky. From the coast to the mountain, on which the Praskvica Monastery is located, leads the ancient stone staircase allegedly built by the Russian monk Yegor Stroganov as a sign of obedience. Only here not everyone will risk to pass on it - very much it is abrupt! One very interesting legend tells about the appearance of this road.   In the 18th century, there lived a man named Yegor Stroganov, who had a family and a beloved daughter, but a misfortune occurred - the girl was seduced by a giddy handsome hussar. Learning about this, the unfortunate father could not bear the insult and killed the youth in a duel, but he himself suffered while losing his hand. The daughter could not forgive her father and fled the house, and Stroganov himself left the country, decided to take monastic vows and took a vow of silence within the walls of Montenegrin monastery. Here he prayed for the fate of his unfortunate daughter, and, atonement for sins, and also for the benefit of other people, began to build a road leading from the sea to the most beautiful observation point on the south coast. Every morning the hermit with prayer, a piece of bread and a jug of water made his way through the stones, building a stone path. For ten years Yegor built his way, without saying a word. When the aged Stroganov found it difficult to cope with his duties, he had a volunteer assistant - a new novice who cared about him. In 1908 he laid the last step on the top of the hill Chelobrdo, fell ill and lay down. Soon, on his deathbed, the monk learned that the novice was his repentant daughter. Legend has it that the girl was allowed to stay after the death of her father in the monastery, although he was a man, where she spent the rest of her life. After her death, she was buried next to her father at a local cemetery. The road, which Yegor Stroganov built, to this day leads to an ancient monastery. The name of Yegor Stroganov entered the history of the Serbian Orthodox Church, and the grateful residents of the village Chelobrdo installed a memorial plate on which they engraved: "Yegor Stroganov, a monk from Russia, built the road from the sea to this place for 10 years, at the beginning nineteenth century. " To get to the monastery is easy enough, either by car or without it. Monastery complex Praskvitsa is located just above the main Balkan route - Yadransky Put. If you move from Budva to the city of Bar, then a few hundred meters to the island of St. Stephen, on the left you can see the car parking and the sign "Praskvica". Do not pass by ... Monastery Praskvitsa is really a very beautiful and spiritual place, which is definitely worth a visit.  
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    Church of St. Savva in Budva
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    The Moraca river in Montenegro
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    Mačja pećina (Cat cave) is located near Podgorica in the canyon of the river Tsievna near the village Zatriepcha. The cave can be reached on foot just in hour and a half, if you walk along the canyon from the nearest village Zatriepcha. In the past, the cave was often used by local shepherds, as there was always quiet and calm inside to wait out the storm and bad weather. According to most scientist, stalactites and stalagmites have almost ideal form and presented in a cave in various forms. Their external beauty and scientific value makes Mačja pećina (Cat cave) ideal place for underground expeditions. Small Cat Cave is fully explored by speleologists.
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    The Lipsi Cave is located in the town-council of Kotor, 4,5 km to south-west from Risan near village Lipsi. The rock inside of the Lipsi cave is considered to be an archeological monument of II category. The images over Lipsi rock suggest the time when ancient people inhabited Boka-Kotor bay. It is also a valuable heritage of the Balkan peninsular of prehistoric art. Today just ruins left from the cave. Long ago it was ruined due to some natural cataclysms. However, part of the wall with the images on it have survived well, despite the age of the ancient painting is more than 12000. First this graphics was found in 1961.
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    Big and Small Škrčko lakes are located 1700m above sea level, at the foot of Prutaš, Šareni, Bobotov Kuk and Soa mountains, in the west part of the National Park Durmitor, on the border of Zhabljak and Plužine town-councils. The lakes are unique not only because of beautiful landscapes around, but also by the water level they appear. They are located so high that considered to be the most inaccessible lakes of the National park. Sometimes Big Škrčko lake is called Green lake, because of its green water color. Water in the lake flows out through rocky gutters and disappears in deep interstices. Soon water flow comes to the surface and becomes a famous Skakala waterfall and later the Sušica river. If you can spend some hours for hiking (the first part of the rout you can drive), you can reach amazingly beautiful lakes, the view of which inspires and you will definitely not be sorry about this choice!
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    The city of Niksic is located in the central part of the country at the foot of Mount Trebjes, 50 km from Podgorica. There are many roads leading from the coast to the heart of the country. Through the city goes a road connecting Podgorica with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The surrounding area is no less beautiful than the highlands of Montenegro - there are also lakes here (Krupac, Slano, Liverovici), monumental mountains towers up (the height of Niksic itself is 630 m above sea level), and the Zeta River flows past.History of the city.Niksic was founded by the Romans as a fortified military camp in the IV century BC on the site of the old Gothic settlement at the intersection of important roads. Then it bore the name Anagastum. Slavs who came to this region in the Middle Ages, changed the Roman name of the city to Onogosht. After the Ottoman conquest, the Turks once again took over the city - then it became known as Nikshic, and there the Turkish fortress was rebuilt. Gradually, the inhabitants became cramped within the fortress walls and they moved to the valley, where later the main city appeared.Turkish rule ceased in 1877, when Nikshic was liberated by the army of Nikola I Petrovic Njegos, the expulsion of the Ottoman Empire gave a new impetus to the development of the city - the rapid construction began there, the population began to grow. Most buildings of this period of development are associated with the name of architect Josip Slade, for example, he built the Cathedral of Basil of Ostrog, the palace of Nikola Petrovic Negos, the Royal Bridge, several parks and many other objects.In 1883, a plan of the development of Niksic was drawn up, which began to be implemented by the architect and town planner Josip Slade of Trogir. The first three decades after drawing up the plan are characterized by the explosive growth of urban production and trade, the establishment of various cultural and educational organizations in the city. By 1900, various attractions were built in Niksic: the Orthodox Church of St. Basil, the Royal Palace, the main city square with six streets that diverged from it, several parks. After the Second World War, the city was renovated and reconstructed. Niksic grew tenfold and became one of the important industrial centers of Montenegro.Niksic is the second largest industrial center in Montenegro after Podgorica. Here are located the metallurgical plant "Niksicka Zeljezara", a bauxite mine, a brewery "Niksicka Pivara" and other large enterprises. The wars of the break-up of Yugoslavia passed Montenegro, but left the Nikšić factories without suppliers and markets, which caused a complete decline in production, which lasted until the end of the 1990s. Many enterprises of the city were closed, others fell into decay. The business life of Niksic began to recover only at the beginning of the new millennium. The surviving plants were privatized and have now adapted to the new conditions. However, these enterprises cannot employ as many workers as they were employed in times of socialist Yugoslavia. Therefore, the city's economy is gradually transformed into economy of service. Well-being of the city is held at three large enterprises: the metallurgical plant, the bauxite mine and the brewery "Trebjesa", which produces the popular beer "Nikšičko", which is sold throughout Montenegro and the region.SightsThere are several interesting sights in the city that you need to visit. It is worth starting from the central square, where the streets run to the north and east, and thus form a "web". Not far from the square there is the palace-museum of Nikola I Petrovic Njegos in the Renaissance style, in which now there is a museum of local folklore, the city park and the Freedom Square.Lovers of historical monuments can also see the ancient Turkish fortress Bedem at the entrance to the city.The fortress was built by the Turks in the 18th century after the conquest of the Slavonic Onogost. They surrounded by the fortress walls only the upper city, where the Ottoman administration was located, while the lower part of the settlement, populated by artisans, was outside the fortification and had its own defense system. The fortress was always the site of battles for the city during numerous wars, the last battle near the walls of the bastion occurred in 1878, when Niksic was liberated by Montenegrin prince Nikola I.Be sure to visit the church of St. Basil of Ostrog, which was built in the 19th century. The Church of St. Basil keeps a memory of the heroes of Montenegro who gave their lives for her freedom. The temple is beautiful itself, and even better it makes a park, laid out. This architectural ensemble is called Saborn.Visit the bridges on the Mostanica River, Royal and Vukov. The Royal bridge is considered one of the most beautiful bridge structures in the country. It belongs to the creative heritage of the famous architect Josip Slade and was built at the end of the XIX century on the money of the Russian Emperor Alexander III, in honor of which he received his "royal" name. The bridge is located at the exit from Niksic along the route of the old road to Podgorica and goes over the Pandurica River. The stone structure has a length of about 269 m, the embankment on either side of the bridge extends almost 600 m long. The bridge consists of 18 arches, the maximum height of the span is 13 m. A small pedestrian bridge is located in the lower part of the structure in the area above the Pandurica River.In the middle of Niksic cemetery you can find the oldest church in the district, which bears the names of St. Peter and Paul, which is a rather rare name among the numerous Montenegrin temples. According to legend, this church belongs to the IX century, and once Saint Sava served there - the first patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The church is located in the center of Niksic in the city cemetery and not far from the cathedral of Basil of Ostrog. Among other things, the ancient Turkish mosque Hadi-Smailov is perfectly preserved here, and in the immediate vicinity of the city an ancient human settlement was discovered - the Red Rock (Crvena stijena).The city hosts numerous international festivals, such as the International Festival of Actors, the International Chamber Music Festival and the International Guitar Festival. At the end of summer there are the famous "September Days" in Montenegro, during which theatrical and cinema nights, meetings with local poets and writers, various exhibitions are organized.What to see in the vicinity of the city?Niksic is waiting for lovers of skiing with a little experience. On the slope of Krnov, near the canyon of the river Komarnica, less than 20 km from the city is the ski center Vučje. At the disposal of holidaymakers - 4 tracks (their total length is about 3 km) and three ski lifts. Slopes are gentle, which is convenient and safe for the development of mountain skiing.For those who are interested in the history of Orthodoxy, we advise to visit the monastery Zupa. The history of the creation of the monastery is full of unexpected turns and drama. Legend has it that it was originally erected on the right bank of the Gracanica River, but was soon destroyed by a devastating rockfall. The monastery was restored, but history repeated itself. Then the locals dismantled the remains of the monastery literally by brick and moved the construction to the other side of the river. But - again a failure - it was burned by the Turks. And only at the end of the XIX century the monastery was rebuilt in the form that it now has.In the vicinity of the city in 1960 the Perucica hydroelectric power station was built here, which contributed to the formation of three artificial lakes: Krupac, Slano and Vrtac. These lakes so organically blended into the natural landscape and are beautiful, which gradually became the favorite recreation places for residents. Many people say that this is the best place for walking in the vicinity - Krupac Lake. It is located 5-6 km from the city, and here you can see many interesting things. The lake is full of fish, and in summer there are often competitions of anglers. And if you are not a fan of spending time with a fishing rod, equipped beach and promenade are at your service.How to get to the city?Niksic is connected with Podgorica by a two-lane highway E762. Podgorica Airport is 70 km away. Also from Niksic the roads through Shavnik to Zabljak and via Trebinje to Bosnia (with a branch to Risan and Kotor Bay) go. The budget way of transportation will be the bus. But it is also possible to take a taxi. The most convenient variant of the journey will be a rented car.Food and accommodation.Niksic is as hospitable as other cities in Montenegro. You can find and choose for yourself any type of accommodation during your holiday: rent a private apartment, book a room in a hotel / inn, or rent a villa or a private house. You can choose the suitable accommodation on the page of our partner - the company Booking.The cuisine in cafes and restaurants is traditionally European and Montenegrin. In Niksic, as in any major city, there is everything from shops to bars and night discos. For everyone who likes a foam drink, it will be a special pleasure to be in the city, as there is a beer factory producing brands of various kinds of beer "Niksicko", popular in Montenegro.  
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    Town of Nikshich in Montenegro
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    Pošćensko lake is one of the most beautiful glacial lakes. It is located 1487m above sea level, in the south-east part of the National park Durmitor, near Pošćenje village in Zhabljak town-council. Unfortunately, the lake dries up in dry summer, but during the rest of the seasons it boasts its beauty and local landscapes. Its maximum depth is 3,6m.
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    In Boka-Kotor bay, near a cultural sightseeing Perast town, there is the only of its kind of the Eastern Adriatica artificial island Gospa od Škrpjela with the Church of XVIII century erected on a small reef. The name of the island translated from Serbian as "Our Lady of the Rocks" and reflects its history. In 1452 two brothers, who were local seamen from Perast found an icon of the Holy Mother on the reef. Presumably the icon appeared there after shipwreck, but after the icon created a miracle it became insignificant. After the icon was found, one of the brothers recovered from illness he had been suffering for a long time. Since local people have known about miracle healing, they started respect and worship the icon. Plateau with area 3030 m2 and the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks 11m high had been constructed for more than 200 years. It started with sinking old and seized ships, then pirate ones. Than the law was taken, according to which every ship passing by should drop a stone to the bottom. Since then annual festival is held, during which all men should reach the island on brightly decorated boats and deliver stones there. This festival is called "Fašinada" and it has practical, rather than entertainment, purpose. It is held to avoid the damage of the island. Any volunteer can participate. By the way, the closing part of the fest is sailing regatta. The Church was finally built in 1630. It is considered the Church helps the sailors during dangerous voyages. Unfortunately, after a strong earthquake happend in 1667, the Church was reconstructed and in 1722 it was finally completed in Byzantine style. Tripo Kokolja took part in the interior design. The most famous his work is 10 meters fresco "Mary’s Death". There are many works of art brought by sailors. Besides a famous icon of Our Lady, there are more than 2500 thousand of plates made of gold and silver. They contain dates of sailors' departure and arrival. Some plates contain just one date, it means that some sailors never came back. So a woman has been waiting for his husband-sailor the whole life. At the same time she was embroidering an icon out of her hair, so even grey hair was visible there. Her husband has never returned. Now the icon is kept in the Church on the island. It considered that the icon brings luck to the married couples, therefore wedding ceremonies are held in this church. Also many tourists and pilgrims all over the world come to the church.Lifehack: There is a sea taxi to Gospa od Škrpjela island. You can ask the schedule on the pier of your town.  
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    Island Gospa od Škrpjela (Our Lady of the Rocks)
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    Residential complex Lustica Bay is located in a picturesque location on the Peninsula of Lustica, near the popular resort town of Tivat in Montenegro.  
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    Przno beach (Pržno plaža) is a small gravel beach. It is located in a former fishing village. Many boats are still moored here. There are beach bar, restaurant and renting of sun loungers. It is very convenient to get Sveti-Stefan by boat from this place. There is lack of parking space. 
    Pržno beach
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    Becici beach is one of the most beautiful and longest beaches of the southern Adriatic. It starts from the Cape of Zavala and spreads over the Rafailovici Beach. It is a sandy beach with pebbles. Tourists can enjoy multiple sea recreations. For one who likes leisure activities, there are WaveRunner, Towable Water Tube, Banana water ride, boat, children's playground, attractions, many restaurants and cafes. There is a promenade at the Pine shadows along the beach. One can shelter there from a noonday heat. The beach is equipped by the sun loungers, umbrellas and sports-grounds. There are changing rooms, showers and WC. Sea rescue service is on duty. Parking place is near the beach. 
    Becici beach in Budva, Montenegro
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    Zanjic Beach is also called President Beach.  There was a time when a famous Broz Tito (the President of former Yugoslavia) chose this bay as a private beach. It is located 6 km from Herceg-Novi, on the Lustica Peninsula. In summer time one can get there by a private boat from Herceg-Novi, Igalo and  Meline. The boats depart every 10 minutes from 9a.m. till 1p.m. and coming back from 5p.m. till 8p.m. The beach is gravel and there is no sand, therefore the water is very clean and clear. One should be careful entering the water because of big large cobbles and sea urchins. It's better to use a sun lounger with an umbrella (the price is 10 Euro) and an atomized shower (0,50 cents) for a comfortable rest. The beach is surrounded by olive grove. One can have a rest from the sun in its shadows and enjoy a glass of wonderful wine. There is a big quay next to the beach. From this place you can go to the Blue Cave or visit Mamula island-fortress. This trip will cost about 5 Euros per person. In ten minutes walking distance from the main beach, there is Mirištа Bay. The shore consists of concrete platforms, which rise stepwise up to the dense forest. This place is marked out by amazing landscapes around and fresh forest air.  
    Žanjic beach in Montenegro
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    Zukovica beach (Žukovica plaža) is a wild gravel beach, partially rocky and sandy. It is surrounded by mediterranean flora and locates next to Žukovica cape at the coast of Grbalj valley. Special conveniences are absent.  
    Zukovica beach
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    Drobni pijesak beach (Drobni pijesak plaža) is a sandy beach, located in the bay surrounded by olive grove. There is free parking. Here you can rent sun loungers. There are supplies of fresh clean water on the shore.
    Beach Drobni pijesak, Petrovac, Montenegro
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    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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    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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