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    Churches, secret terrace and pleased catsIf you happen to find yourself in Montenegro, you should see... Every story about interesting places should  be started with these words. But we are not going to bore you with advice, just show you an old part of Kotor (you should really going there). Old Kotor town is more than 2 thousand years. All this time it had remained one of the most important sea port and sales centers of Adriatica. Here behind the defensive wall, mansions of rich families, churches, towers and fountains are preserved. All these are under UNESCO protection today. As a matter of fact, the whole town is a museum, just manage to move your head around and take photos. Let's not tell about all sightseeing in Kotor, but stand out some of the most unusual places. Besides, take a free map in a stand near main gates, it is very easy to navigate with it.If enter the town through the Main gates (Sea), you will see a small bas-relief of the 15th century in the arc from the left side. It is Mother and Child with Saints Tryphon and Bernard. There is an unnoticed shelf, where the hands of medieval thieves were cut. On the Armory square, next to clock tower of the 17th century, there is whipping post. Take a picture to cheer you friends. There is also an impressive derelict building of old prison. But enough of medieval horrors, let's go further. Behind the Church of St. Nikolas, the spring is exhaled from the wall. There is a ladder near, by which one can get to a secret stone terrace mantled with greens. It is quiet, fresh and beautiful. And a small Church of St. Luke of the 12th century even is unique.Primarily it was Catholic church, but in the 17th century Orthodox ceremonies started to be held here. Since then there are 2 altars, Orthodox and Catholic. You probably may notice, that dozens, if not hundreds of cats run of the streets of Old Kotor.Cats are not welcome across Montenegro, but in Kotor cats considered an unofficial symbol of the town. They are feed and not kicked. If you want to see crowds of cats happy with their lives, go straight to the fountain near River gates (Northern). This is their favorite place.But, probably, we like Kotor the most of being alive town. People and tourists live in 300 year old houses. Here, geranium and petunia blossom in flower pots standing on ancient balconies, fresh clean laundry dries on the rope in quiet patios, tanned children play near ancient fountains, by evenings bars and restaurants get filled with people talking all languages of the world. The town is breathing.
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    The Old Town Kotor: history and attractions
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    The city of Bar has been very popular with tourists coming to Montenegro for many years. The main town of the Bar Riviera is ideal for families with children. It is one of the sunniest cities in Europe, it has more than 270 sunny days per year. The city is located in the southern part of Montenegro, between the Adriatic Sea and Skadar Lake, at a distance of 40 km from Budva.  City`s history  The first chronicle of the Bar relates to the 9th century, with the name Antibarium, that is, the antipode of the ancient Bari, located on the other side of Mediterranean Sea, in Italy. The name Bar appeared already at the time of the migration of the Slavs to the Adriatic coast and the creation of the state of Dukla. The important strategic position of Bar determined its eventful history. In 1077, the first King Dukli Mihailo Voislavlevic was enthroned here, and a few years later, the city became the residence of the archbishop. From 1166 to 1180, Bar belonged to the Byzantine Empire, and then became part of the Serbian state under the control of the Nemanjic dynasty. The heyday of the medieval Bar took place occurs to the 13th century. During Nemahic rule the city gained independence and had its own coat of arms, charter and coins. In the XV century during the feuds, the city passed from one hands to another. In 1443 it was conquered by the Venetian Republic, and in 1571 it was retroceded to the Ottoman Empire and remained under its control for more than 300 years. In 1878 Bar was returned to Montenegro. By decision of King Nikola I in the coastal region of Pristan, New Bar was founded, which began to flourish as a trade and port center.  Sights The new Bar is a quite modern city, drowning in tropical vegetation, the coast itself is surrounded by cypress and coniferous trees. Once there, walk along the promenade of Bar - this is a continuation of the embankment of Susanj. The long and flat promenade is suitable for hiking, cycling and rollerblading. Due to the fact that the coastline, although not wide, but very long, there is always a lot of space for recreation. One of the most important cultural and historical attractions of New Bar is the Palace of King Nikola, built in the district of Toplica in 1885 and was the summer residence of the monarch. You will notice it for sure, as the embankment runs through a small park, where the palace complex is located, it includes: the Great and Small palaces, a chapel and a winter garden. Not far from the palace there is the Cathedral Church of St. Vladimir (one of the newest churches) and the monument to the liberators of Bar from the Ottoman rule. Behind the embankment, there is the main modern landmark of the New City - the largest port in the Adriatic. Every year five million tons of various cargoes passes through it. On its territory there is a passenger terminal and a port pool, where more than 1,000 small sea vessels are located.Lifehack: in the city of Bar there is a huge number of clothing stores. And since the city is connected with Italy (Bari) by sea, then, often, in the stores absolutely different designs of different brands are sold. You can go deeper into the search and find something really worthwhile at an attractive price. Also in Bar there is the largest market on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro - Topolica. You can buy here whatever your heart desires, from products to souvenirs. Approximately 1 km from the port there is a bus station, where are many rides to various cities of Montenegro, and not far from it, there is a railway station. The main attraction of the Bar is Old Bar. This is the largest ancient urban settlement of Montenegro, partially preserved till our days.  What to see in the vicinity of the city?  In the vicinity of Bar there are too many attractions. Start with olive groves. In the Bar, olive oil has long been produced and exported to Germany, France, and the USA. Many years of experience in this area, local residents demonstrate at the November Olive Oil Festival - Maslinade. During the celebration, the best producers of this product are determined, and also the fair of local agricultural products is held. The oldest representative of local olives is the olive tree in Mírovnice - one of the most respected in Europe. Its age is more than 2000 years, and the diameter of the trunk is more than 10 m!Lifehack: you can admire the tree over the low fence or nearby, but to come up to the tree, you have to pay 1 euro for an adult and 0.5 euro for a child. In the Bar community there are several tourist cities, among them is Sutomore, famous for its wonderful sandy beaches. The community is also known for the fact that on 7 October, 1042, there was a battle between the Serbian army, led by Stefan Vojislav and the Byzantine Empire, in which the Serbs gained a significant victory. Near the port of the city of Bar is a natural bay, protected from the winds, due to that fact it has served as a winter dock for a long time. Now it is a hydroarcheological monument of the Bay of Bigovica. Here, the remnants of ships of the 4th century, fragments of amphorae and other archaeological finds were discovered. A few kilometers from Bar, in the village of Zupci, there is the monastery Rybnjak. According to legend, it was founded on the site of a church built by Helena Anjou in the 13th century. At some distance in the mountains there is a monastery Horni Brceli, founded in the beginning of the XVIII century, by Prince Danilo I Petrovich Negosh. Once there was a winter residence of the prince, and now the convent is located. In 1832 Peter II Petrovich Negosh founded here the first school in Montenegro. At a distance of about 1 km from it, a more ancient monastery of Donja Brčeli is located, built by Elena Balsić. It houses the grave of Stephen Maly, an impostor who pretended to be the Russian Emperor Peter III, thanks to which, from 1767 to 1773, he successfully managed Montenegro.  Beaches of the city Bar Besides numerous sights and olive groves, the Bar Riviera will delight you with its diverse beaches. The beaches here are more extended and sandy, the water is crystal clear and turquoise, there is fewer guests. The most famous city beach is Crvena Plaza in the center of Bar: pebble, very picturesque, it stretches along the sea shore for almost a kilometer.  Cafes and restaurants of Bar  Restaurants, konobas, cafes and bars are located here at every step, so you can choose a place to taste. At seaside restaurants, there is often a Russian menu, written with funny mistakes.Lifehack: keep in mind that in Montenegro it is considered absolutely normal to ask to wrap the rest of the food with you. Having seen the size of portions, you will understand how relevant this is. The restaurant of the national Montenegrin cuisine Kaldrma in Bar with an appropriate interior also offers vegetarian dishes. The cozy atmosphere, delicious homemade food and location in close proximity to the Old Town - all this makes it one of the best and most colorful restaurants on the coast, which must be visited. You can spend the evening at the bar Las Ramlas - the first Spanish tapas bar in Montenegro. It looks like an ordinary city cafe with a laconic interior made of glass and wood. Things are humming around the clock: in the morning guests come for breakfast, and in the evening - for a cocktail, listen to live music or watch sports matches. You can grab a bite in Pulena Pizzeria, which is famous for its impeccable service, pleasant atmosphere and delicious dishes of Italian and national cuisine. A full list of bars and restaurants you can see by clicking on the link.  Entertainment and recreation  After sunset, not all just want to walk along the embankment or relax on the balcony. In many seaside towns cafes and bars are open until late night, and lovers of dancing will find where to have a good time.Lifehack: not all establishments have a dance floor, because there is a strong tradition to dance right at the table. In addition, there are not only European and world hits, but also by Balkan music at the discos, which at first may seem specific. The large club Illusion in Bar is decorated in a futuristic style, pleases guests with various performances, laser shows and even a disco for children. A full list of nightclubs you can see by clicking on the link.  How to get to Bar?  1. By bus. Buses of various auto companies are constantly running around Montenegro. Their schedule, route, tickets price, travel time you can see by clicking on the link. Almost all cities of Montenegro are connected by bus with Bar, the cost of tickets is from 1.5 to 5 €. Along the coast across Montenegro there is the Adriatic Highway (Jadranski Put). On this route you can also stop the bus going to the desired city or resort.2. Transfer and taxi. At airports (Tivat or Podgorica), as in any other city of Montenegro, you can order a taxi. However, before ordering a taxi, we recommend to see the approximate price of the trip or a fixed transfer price (depending on the city of departure and destination) on our website or in our free application "Your way to Montenegro" on the Apple Store or Google Play.3. By your own or rented car. The option of renting a car is the most attractive, although not the most budgetary one. A rental company will be able to deliver your rented car immediately to the airport (Tivat or Podgorica) at your arrival or to your place of residence in Montenegro. The advantages of this method are obvious - you choose the route, the departure time, the cities to visit and the time of sightseeing and historical places during the trip. The car can be rented by clicking on the link.4. By train. For fans of rail travel, the presence of trains in Bar is a real find. The railway line Bar-Belgrade runs through 254 tunnels (total length of them is 114 km) and 435 bridges (14 km), including the Sozin tunnel (6.1 km) and the highest in the world (!) Bridge-viaduct Mala Reka, with height of 198 m and length - 498 m. The trip by train Bar-Belgrade costs about 4-5 € in the second class and 5-6 € in the first (524 km, travel time about 7.5 hours). Traveling on an unusual highway is one of the most unforgettable events for fans of railway voyages. In addition, up to five daily commuter trains run between Bar and Podgorica, the trip time is about 1 hour. The ticket price from Bar to Podgorica is about 3 €.Hotels in BarIn the coastal part of Montenegro, there are many different options for living: from luxury five-star hotels to private apartments (apartmani) and rooms (sobe). Apartments usually differ from rooms in including a small kitchen set: a stove, a frige, a sink. The average cost of a standard room in the season is from 30 to 250 € per night depending on the class of the hotel. For those who prefer a more budget accommodation, the private sector is suitable. Prices vary depending on the season and the quality of housing, as well as its distance from the sea. The price ranges from 10 to 150 € a day.Lifehack: be sure to specify by what principle the price is assigned: daily or per person. And the longer the lease term, the lower the cost is. Hotel Princess4 * is located on the beach and offers its guests fully equipped modern rooms, own pebble beach, two restaurants, a wellness and spa center, as well as three conference rooms. A full list of hotels you can see by clicking on the link The modern city of Bar is surrounded by dense forests and olive groves, attracts tourists from different regions of the world, beckons them with the beauty of landscapes, gentle climate and historical values. Resting in Bar and its surroundings, you can always choose entertainment that suits your taste and mood.  
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    A flat town of Bar Montenegro
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    The city of Tivat is located on the shore of the Kotor bay, on Vrmac peninsula. For many travelers, it is the place of acquaintance with the country, because here is the nearest airport to the coast. Insanely quiet and cozy town, located almost on a flat terrain, which is ideal for rest with little children.  History of the city The history of Tivat begins around the 3rd century BC, when the first Illyrian settlement appeared here. There are several versions explaining the name of the city. One of them connects Tivat with the name of the militant Illyrian queen Teuta, who supposedly had possessions in these places, while the capital of her state was located nearby - in Risan. Like Kotor bay, Tivat experienced the Illyrian, Roman-Byzantine, Serbian, Venetian-Turkish and Austrian periods. During the Serbian rule, which began in 1185, the city was part of the medieval state of Nemanjic. And in the XIII century on the nearby island Prevlaka, a monastery dedicated to St. Archangel Michael was being built, where Saint Sava, the founder of Serbian Orthodox Church, moved the residence of Zet Metropolitans, which made Tivat a significant religious center. With the arrival of the Venetians, Tivat, like most other settlements in Montenegro, became part of the Venetian Albania. Three centuries later, with the fall of the Venetian Republic, power here often changed: together with Boka, Tivat belonged first to France, then to Austria-Hungary, in the early 1920s to Yugoslavia and only since 2006 became a part of independent Montenegro.Attraction of the city Having set off on a city tour from the bus station, you can start sightseeing from the main Tivat Catholic church - the church of St. Anthony of Padua, dedicated to the defender of the city. The building was made in 1734 on a hill, from where a stunning view of the entire western part of the bay commands. In the church, a valuable icon of Saints Peter and Paul is kept by the Italian master Francesco. Closer to the sea there is a large and relatively new church of St. Sava, built between 1938 and 1967. It is an operating temple. Not far from the church of St. Sava, on the square of culture, there is Bucha's country house. This is the largest and most complex structure on the coast of the Boka bay. The palace, surrounded by greenery, is a classic example of the defensive architecture of Venice. Its age exceeds five hundred years. The palace is in the center of the city, near the port area. Built in the XVI century as a summer residence of the noble family of Buce. During the Middle Ages, the lands of Tivat were famous for their fertility, and most of them belonged to the patrician families of the neighboring town of Kotor. The palace was built by order of the Buce brothers (Michael and Nikola), who served in the royal diplomatic corps. The palace was originally conceived in a castle style. Then on this territory the attacks of the Ottoman troops were possible, and the palace served as a defensive fortification. At the end of the XVIII century the estate was bought by M. Luković, and a hundred years later his heirs gave a part of the buildings to the city for the needs of the Arsenal. The structure of the architectural complex includes a dwelling house, a defensive tower, a garden, a family chapel, various outbuildings. The territory is surrounded by masonry walls. The entrance is blocked by a powerful gate. A tower was the first thing to build here (1548). It was it which performed the protective function. On a special wooden balcony there was a guard. The author of the tower was the architect Vikenty. Later a gazebo and a chapel of St. Michael appeared there. They were decorated in baroque style with an abundance of decorative details and stone columns at the entrance. The residential building acquired its modern appearance after the following rebuilding in the 19th century. The house adjoined the tower from the south. In the twentieth century. In the gap between the buildings and the bay, a summer theater was created in the center of the garden. The palace is also a part of the Cultural Center of Tivat, it is equipped with a cinema and a theater room. If you are not a big fan of ancient and religious buildings, take a stroll along the embankment. Many boats and yachts are moored here, as well as many cafes with snack bars. Turning around the natural bay and coming to the city beach, move further to the right along the sea, and you will get to the luxurious complex of Porto Montenegro.Lifehack: such a number of yachts is due to the fact that in Porto Montenegro, at the beginning of the berth construction, parking prices were lowered, and yachts from other elite European resorts, including France and Croatia, were docked here. It was erected on the site of the military seaport Arsenal on the initiative of Canadian businessman Peter Munch. "Porto Montenegro" is a unique marina of the Adriatic Sea for the lovers of yacht-sports with a high-quality infrastructure.Lifehack: along the promenade of Porto Montenegro, the most expensive yachts in Montenegro are moored. The yacht of the famous Russian businessman Abramovich tried to moor twice, but the length of the berth could not accommodate such a large vessel. We recommend you to stroll along the well-groomed streets of this mini-town. There is a training center for crews, workshops for technical inspection and repair of yachts, as well as related facilities: high-end apartments, restaurants overlooking the bay, shops, a sports club. In the center of Tivat, just behind the port, there is another place for walking - the Botanical Garden, the idea of creation of which belonged to the admiral of the Austro-Hungarian naval forces Maximilian Daublesky von Sternek. In 1892, he issued a decree according to which all captains were to bring to Tivat from distant voyages samples of various plants to decorate the military port of Arsenal. Thanks to the mild climate, the plants have perfectly taken root, and now the garden covers an area of 4 hectares, being one of the largest in the southern Adriatic. Magnolias, palms, cedars and many other exotic and ornamental plants grow here.  What to see in the vicinity of the city? In the vicinity of Tivat, there are many other temples of cultural and historical value. For example, the church of St. Luke on the outskirts of the village Gosici was erected on the site of an older building, which in 1776 was reconstructed and painted with frescoes. And St. Peter's Church, located in the village of Bogdasici, 4 km away from Tivat, was built in the times of Zet's Bishop Neofrite. Not far from the city there is another interesting place - the reserve "Solila", where salt was extracted in the Middle Ages. In the remaining salt basins 111 species of birds live today. The plans for the development of the Tivat region include the creation of a large ornithological park. ear Tivat is a group of islands under the common name Krtol archipelago. It includes three islands - Otok, or Gospa od Milosti; Prevlaka, it is the Island of Flowers; Stradioti, it's the Island of Sveti Marco. On Otok Island, located 800 meters from the shore, there is a Jesuit monastery and the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the second half of the 19th century. The length of the island is about 160 m, and the width is 60 m. The island had been the residence of the archbishops of Kotor till the 19 century.Miholska Prevlaka or Island of Flowers is a peninsula, right behind the airport of Tivat. Some guidebooks refer to the unimaginable beauty of this island, which is not a reflection of reality. But the clear advantage of the Island of Flowers is the sandy beaches, however, without special amenities. Once on the Island of Flowers, the Apostle Paul converted the local inhabitants to Christianity. And the monastery of the Archangel Michael was erected at that time occupied almost the whole of its area. As a result of the feuds of the confessions, here in 1452 a tragedy occurred, when after the evening meal the monks and guests died of the result of poisoning. And after many years, on donated money, the monastery was rebuilt, and the incorrupt monks' relics are in the temple. You can reach the Island of Flowers by car or taxi.St. Mark's Island is an untouched natural island, covered with olives and cypresses. You can get to the island only by boat or motorboat. In conclusion, we advise you to visit the village of Gornja Lastva, a historical and cultural monument located in the mountains, 300 m above sea level, 3 km from the Jadranski Put. Here some authentic buildings are perfectly preserved: about 20 residential buildings, operating mill for processing olives, as well as the Church of St. Mary. It is famous for the tricolor altar - from white Carrara, mottled Ligurian and local green marble. The church of the Holy Vid, built on the hill of the same name in the IX deserves attention. These localities overlook an amazing view of Tivat and the Tivat Gulf.Beaches of the city Tivat  Despite the fact that the Tivat Bay of Boka is the largest, it has grown historically that there are not too many beaches here, about a dozen with a total area of 30 km2.  In Tivat itself there are several small beaches: next to the luxurious marina piers, there is a city beach 150 m long; concrete beach "Palma" with a length of about 70 m; On the other "shore" of the Tivat marina there are sandy beaches "Belane" and "Zhupa" with lengths of 150 and 500 m respectively. There is Puro Beach in the city - a network of Spanish beach clubs. Similar clubs exist in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Romania, the United Arab Emirates. Admission is free, the cost of the seat at pool is 30 euros. The price includes one lounger, mineral water and fruit, the time of stay is unlimited. It is recommended to book in advance. 3 km from Tivat is Opatovo beach, located in the homonymous village and stretched for 220 m. Exactly in the middle of it there is a lighthouse, it divides the beach in two halves. This beach has everything you need for relaxation, including parking spots, because getting there by other means of transport is less convenient. Much closer to Tivat is sandy and pebbled beach Donja Lastva with a length of 1 km. It is partially concreted and belongs to the hotel "Camellia".Seljanovo beach, its length is more than 1.7 km, and surrounding rocks with absolutely smooth and steep slopes are the natural basis of a wonderful landscape. There is everything for recreation: cafes and restaurants, parking and marina. The next beach deserves special attention, is the shallow-sandy flat Calardovo marked by the Blue Flag. It is near the island of Prevlaka. This sandy beach, surrounded by classical Mediterranean vegetation, which gives a lot of shade, is equipped with everything, without which it is hard to imagine a holiday by the sea, including picnic places and sports grounds. The road leads to the island, located directly on the mound, which connects the island and Tivat. And on the other side of the Tivat Bay near the village of the same name is the concrete and pebble beach Krasici. It is quite long, about 1.5 km, very green and not crowded.  How to get to the city? Tivat airport is 4 km away from the city - this is one of the two international airports in Montenegro (the second one in Podgorica). From here all year round, daily flights to Belgrade are conducted, while the rest of flights are concentrated mainly in summer. First of all, it is convenient for tourists following to Kotor (located 7 km away from the airport) and to Budva (20 km). In addition, Tivat is connected with the rest of Montenegro by a two-lane Adriatic route - Jadranska magistrala. Nearby there is the ferry crossing Kamenari - Lepetane through the Verige Strait, which allows you not to go around Kotor Bay.  Cafes and restaurants in Tivat On the picturesque Tivat embankment and in the distance from it there are more than a dozen restaurants. Enjoy a beautiful view, pleasant music and good wine at the restaurant One. If you prefer Japanese and Asian cuisine, as well as high-end service, Mitsu is worth a visit. Restaurant Prova will please not only by a successful location, but also an extensive menu. Those, who have already managed to visit this place, recommend branded warm salads, fish soup and octopus with vegetables. Prova specializes in European cuisine and seafood dishes. The original design in the form of a ship will emphasize the taste of sea dishes, in addition the restaurant is located literally near the sea edge.Hotels in the city of Tivat On the coastal part of Montenegro, there are many different options for accommodation: from luxury hotels to to private apartments (apartmani) and rooms (sobe). In Tivat, you can find housing at different price levels. Here, among the lush Mediterranean vegetation, in a calm and almost homey setting you can have a great time on the beautiful beaches of the sunniest city of Boka. Fans of outdoor activities should take an interest in the program of local festivals and championships - sports and creative, which are often held here. In addition, in Tivat there are all conditions for diving, mountain walks, water skiing and catamarans...  
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    Church in Old town Bar
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    Nacionalni park nalazi se u opštini Plav u samom centru planine Prokletie na granici sa Albanijom. Proklete planine se često nazivaju Albanske Alpe
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    Drugi po veličini kanjon u Crnoj Gori koji se karakteriše strmim obalama - Kanjon reke Morača.Reka Morača je najveća pritoka Skadarskog jezera. Kanjon izgleda kao da sastoji od dva dela: ravnog, koji se uliva u jezero opštine Podgorica i planinskog koji počinje na severnom delu Crne Gore kod planine Ržača. Tačno na planinskom delu svog toka reka je probila u stenama kanjon dubine do 1000 m, koji se odlikuje strmim obalama, ali zahvaljujući glavnom putu koji se proteže duž njega, odlično je poznat većini turista. Lokacija: kanjon se nalazi u srednjem delu toka reke Morača pre njenog izlaza na Zetsku ravnicu, na teritoriji opština Podgorice i Kolašina. Dužina reke Morača je više od 100 km, a kroz planinski kanjon se proteže samo 30 km u srednjem delu reke i reže kllisuru koja se sastoji od vertikalnih krastovih stena. U delu Tisovog vrha koji je najdublji u kanjonu, dubina kanjona je oko 1000 m. Kanjon reke Tare ima veću dubinu, ali kanjon reke Morača ima strmije obale. Reka Morača je prilično opasna u nekim delovima jer u vreme polava brzina protoka može biti veća od 100 km/s, pored toga je i dovoljno krupna, retko kad njena širina je oko 100 m a dubina nije veća od 5 m.Jako je zanimljiva činjenica da bez obzira na visoku opasnost, je glavni magistralni put koji se proteže od primorja Crne Gore do severnog dela države i Srbije. Taj put vredi proći jer je prelep, a pejzaže koje pruža su izvanredni i neverovatni.Na obali kanjona se nalazi jedna od najpoznatijih znamenitosti Crne Gore – starinski manastir Morača koji je osnovan 1252. godine. Obično kada turisti prolaze kroz kanjon obavezno posećuju taj manastir. Takođe mnogi ribolovci dolaze na pecanje na obalu, jer je Morača bogata ribom.  
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    Mogren Fortress (it’s also Jaz troop) was built in 1860 by the ruling at the time Austro-Hungarians to defend the western borders of Budva. The fortress was a powerful fortification of almost rectangular shape with high walls and towers at the corners. With its help, troops took control of all the approaches to the city, including the sea. Since the fortress was involved in the two world wars, some objects have been completed at that time. For example, during the Second World War, the fortress was used as a warehouse of weapons and ammunition. To this day only walls of the fortresses and bunkers are preserved, which are poorly visible from the road because of the dense vegetation. The fortress is located on a promontory Mogren between the beaches Mogren and Jaz just a kilometer from the town of Budva and it offers a great panoramic view of the entire western coast of Budva Riviera.There are 3 ways to get to the fortress Mogren:By car when leaving Budva towards Tivat on Yadranski highway, just before the tunnel (about 1 km from Budva), turn left at the sign "Tvrđava Mogren". On foot from Budva or the old town of Budva in the direction of Tivat, by the sidewalk along the route. The way from the center of Budva takes about 30 minutes. On the path up the cliff to the beach Mogren 2. But you can meet snakes and tear the hands and legs against wild vegetation, as this path is getting overgrown more and more with every year.   As a result of several earthquakes and the indifference of the authorities of Montenegro, currently the oldest building is in a dilapidated condition and some places are overgrown with grass and shrubs. More or less preserved left only some walls.Admission is free, fortress is not protected. Excursion groups are not taken there, so if the goal is to seclude, look at the sea, on the Budva Riviera, the beaches Mogren and Jaz, admire the island of St. Nicholas, have a walk through the ruins of the fortress, or do something else interesting, feel free to go on this top .  
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    Dajbabe monastery (serb. Manastir Dajbabe) – acting male Orthodox monastery in Montenegro, located at 4 kilometers from the capital of Podgorica. Monastery with a long history for its unusual location: it has a small system of caves in the form of a cross and an underground water source. In these catacombs in the 3rd century BC were hiding from the persecution of the early Christians. In the monastery complex includes the monastery Church, which is dedicated to the Dormition of the blessed virgin. Here the relics of St. Symeon the Wonderworker. Etymology of the Slavic name "Dajbabe" has a prayer petition "Give!" and appeal to the Woman (the Slavic word "Baba" had in ancient times pejorative connotations, as later in the Russian literary language). The place was anciently dedicated to the virgin Mary, and the Slavs in this name preserved the tradition: "Dajbabe" is an appeal to the virgin.The monastery was founded in 1897 on the site where the shepherd Petco (then – hieromonk Platon) saw a miraculous vision. The founder and first Abbot of the monastery was the monk Simeon Dybovskiy (in the world Sava Popovic) (1854 - 1 APR 1941), postrizhennyj of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra.According to the legend: Once in the monastery of Ostrog came Petko Ivezic, a poor peasant from the village of Dajbabe. He told father Simeon, of the vision that he was not in a dream, but in reality, in 1890. In a deserted place Petco saw a man dressed in gold embroidered robes and with the hat, on which was depicted a cross. This man said: "I am not an evil spirit as you think. I'm a Saint, but I'm buried by the Turks. I was the Lord of this land and disciple of the great Saint, I Want you to built me a monastery." It Petko, who was an orphan, said, "I am poor, father." – "Rich and do not need. There would be a desire. Build the first little Church". Father Simeon realized that we are talking about the disciple of Saint Sava of Serbia, whose relics the monks hid from the Turks that they should not have polluted the sanctuary, as, alas, happened in Serbian history from the Ottoman yoke, but he Petko, talking about the vision, did not know about this story, because it was known only to educated people. The monk Simeon decided to help the young man by the will of the Saint. This plan was blessed by Metropolitan and endorsed the Montenegrin king Nicholas I. The stories of old residents, in the monastery of the caves before the Foundation of the monastery was a Christian image, perhaps even the first centuries of Christianity, when the Christian services were held in the catacombs.  
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    While in Montenegro, by all means visit the dilapidated castle Haj Nehaj, which is located on the mountain of the same name. Fortress, with a funny name for the Russian language,Haj Nehaj is located in the south of the Montenegrin coast, near towns Sutomore and Bar. It is clearly visible from the main Adriatic highway, but difficult to access. The fortress stands at an altitude of 230 m above sea level, from three sides it is surrounded by impenetrable walls and high precipices, and only one, western side has a small path leading to the gates of fortification, on which in stone carved winged lion - the emblem of the Venetian Republic. True to date, it is not there any more, and it is unknown, whether it has been stolen nowadays, or it was destroyed by Turks, but the fact remains. Nowadays, tourists, who want to familiarize themselves with this monument of military architecture of the Middle Ages, also use this path. We can imagine right away what kind of roads were in Europe in the Middle Ages. The name of the fortress Haj Nehaj comes from the word "hajati" - worry, fear. That is the literal translation - "Worry - do not worry" or "Be afraid - do not be afraid." And this is due to the fact that the north-western side of the fortress was easily accessible by enemies unlike impregnable southeast. In the Middle Ages to confront the Ottoman Empire, Venetians built a set of fortifications on the territory of the Montenegrin coast. Fortress Haj Nehaj was built in the XV-XVI centuries, and the first written mention of it dates back to 1542. In the ancient chronicles it is reported that a permanent garrison consisted of only two soldiers and one artilleryman, however, at the right time for the period of defense of the land around the fortress Haj Nehaj, it easily accommodates 900 people. For a long siege it housed a tank with a reserve of drinking water. The fortress has been completed for several times, at a later period in the middle of it, a number of fortifications appeared to protect it already from the firearm - round turrets with narrow loopholes, at the same time a powder magazine was equipped there. The fortress was used by Turks, and in the XIX century it was repulsed by Montenegrins who didn’t use it any more. There is a church of St. Demetrios in the middle of the fortress. Today, there are only ruins left, but in ancient times it was on the site before the construction of the fortress. The peculiarity of this church is the simultaneous presence of two altars, Catholic and Orthodox, indicating the unity of Christians in the fight against the Turkish conquerors. During its long history the fortress Haj Nehaj repeatedly passed from hand to hand between the Venetians, Turks and Montenegrins, so the different stages of its construction are characterized by different architectural styles and features of masonry.Lifehack: entrance to the fortress is possible only on the west side, and correspondingly, it is necessary to climb in the west, too. On the other side the fortress is protected by high walls. One can get to the fortress on foot. In the town Zagradzhe you can leave your car in the parking lot and start your path to ascension. There are several small paths to the castle, but without pointers. That’s why, use the maps of Montenegro, services of guides or navigation. All the way occasionally come across the prickly bushes, shrubs, and dry branches, which cling to the clothes and legs. But believe me, it's worth it - in 20-30 minutes before you, in all its glory, will appear the fortress Haj Nehaj, and an amazing view of the sea, mountains and the villages at the foot will open.Lifehack: It’s better to return before sunset, because in the dark to walk through the narrow tortuous paths is not very comfortable (even in daylight, many people manage to go the wrong way).The road to the fortress Haj Nehaj
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    Fortress Haj Nehaj
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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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    It is one out of five lakes of Biogradska Gora National Park, located in Berane Municipality. The lake is surrounded by four mountain peaks hampering the access to the main sightseeing: Crna Glava, Zekova Glava, Borova Glava and Tsmileva Glava. The lake is located 1838 above sea level. It is quite big, the length is about 290m, the width is 150m and the depth is about 8m. Such height provides an amazing view to the clouds hanging in the air above the lake. A beautiful legend goes about a white flying horse, which had lived in the lake. It used to come out in the evening and floated above the lake all night. And now it is easy to believe, indeed, clouds and soft sound of the wind remind delicate wing beat... The magic of this place is also proved by Vilina (fantastic) cave hidden inside of Crna Glava mountain. It will be easier to get to the natural wonder by four-wheel drive machine or by hiking following special guides.
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    Peshica Lake
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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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    The Island of St. Marco had a name of St. Gabriel and there was a church with the same name there since the very old times. According to the legend, since the early times this island was known by its charming nature and fragrant pine trees growing on the coast of the Adriatic. Due to the belief, the Greek gods sent there their best soldiers to recover after fights, cured their wounds and recovered emotionally. Greek soldiers rested on the island, enjoyed long walks, shared with each other their military exploits and heroism and glory...When there were not so many wars, the soldiers enjoyed staying in the island and decided to stay to live there. They felt blame for the all bad that they had done in wars, they prayed the Goods to save the peace, and by the way they wanted the island where they lived to be always the same. In return they promised not to start wars, but only to protect from the enemy if they would be attacked and as the sign of their will they planted olive tree, from which later the whole olive grove grew. But a spirit of war has awoken in the hearts of the soldiers again after some time, and they forgot their promise and again set for the wars. It made gods furious and they sent an awful storm to the island and sunk all the ships and killed all the soldiers. The island became empty, only olive trees indicate those times and that terrible event. In honor of the dead Greek veterans, residents of Tivat decided to give the island the name Stradioti that means «warriors» in Greek. Up to these days, people sometimes use this name for the island of St. Mark's Square.
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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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    Any time when someone asks about the best Montenegrin beach, we pump air into our lungs and start beating the drum for couple of days. Really, there are many beaches and all of them are different. Gravel and sand, stone and concrete, under the rocks in forests, in cities and islands, wild and equipped - which one is interesting for you?Of course, most of the tourists prefer city beaches within walking distance from hotels and apartments. During summer season there isn't enough room to swing a cat.But, agree, it is difficult to relax, when your neighbor's leg is in front of your face. Or you cannot hear the bubble of the sea because of voices hum. That is why one should get in more private and interesting places sometimes. Let's tell about the most amazing wild beaches.Mamula beach is hidden on a small islet of the same name, at the entrance to the most beautiful Boko-Kotor bay into the open Adriatic sea. You will have a good view, which makes your heart soar, honest. You can get there just by yacht, cutter or boat sailing from big beaches Zanjic or Mirista - it is not the most convenient way, but it is worth.Gravel-rocky shore is washed by blue water. It is so transparent, that amazed eyes of fish hidden on a good depth can be seen. Besides, the sea is very deep inhere and is very good for divers. Once you get to the beach, combine the useful with the pleasant and have a walk around the island.Magnifical Austrian fortress Mamula of 19 century has been preserved here. It was a defensive fort. It is said that a ghostly echo of weapon salvo can be heard here. In fact this place has a very interesting history and its special secrets, which haunt minds of mysticism lovers. In 2014 Serbian horror film had come out with the same name "Mamula". However, there is a unique park, where subtropical and tropical flora of all sorts ramps, including exotic species of mimosa.  
    Mamula beach in Montenegro
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    Mirista beach is a concrete-sand beach, located in a small vivid bay in a populated place of the same name. Here you can gain a complete piece for your body and soul by diving into a picturesque landscapes and enjoying pure forest air. On the shore you can chose beach surface as you like, either sand or concrete. The shore consists of concrete platforms, which ascend to the forest by stairs. Between the platforms sand is put. You can get o the beach by autoroad across Lustica or by sea. There is all the necessary on the beach: sun loungers, umbrellas, shower, WC, restaurants, cafes, parking, pier and sea rescue service.
    Mirišta 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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    Perazica Do beach (Perazica Do plaža) is a gravel-sandy beach. There is parking. Pedestrian underpass goes to Petrovac town.
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    Slovenska Plaža Beach is the longest beach in Budva. The length of the beach is 1640 meters.The beach is covered by small and medium gravel with concrete sites. Behind the beach, there is a hotel complex of the same name "Hotel Slovenska Plaza", as well as recreation zones and parks with different Mediterranean flora. There are many available sea attractions, including Bungee jumping, water ski, parachuting etc. There is quay along the beach with cafes, restaurants, souvenirs shops, discos and amusements for children. The beach is equipped all necessary for a comfort rest: sun loungers, changing rooms and shower with fresh water. Having rest on a sun lounger you can order drinks and meals just from your place.There are also boats to St. Nicola's island departing from quay. 
    Slovenska plaža in Budva, Montenegro
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    Beach Galia is a part of camping "Crvena Glavica", near the resort of St. Stefan.Galiya to the beach can be reached by car. The beach is well maintained and fully equipped beach furniture. Many believe that this beach Galia is one of the most beautiful beaches in Budva. The beach has sunbeds and umbrellas, cafes, changing rooms, showers, toilets, rescue service, Parking.  
    Beach Galija in Montenegro

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

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

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

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

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

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

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