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    Churches, secret terrace and pleased cats

    If 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 Tara River is the longest mountain river in Montenegro. It is 144 km long. It is the longest canyon in Montenegro and Europe and second longest in the world after Grand Canyon. The canyon stretches along the mountains Durmitor and Sinjajevina, the total length is 82 km and the depth is 1300 meters. The canyon is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is a part of Durmitor National Park. The Tara deep river with its crystal clear water emerges from the confluence of the Opasnica and Veruša Rivers. It flows over Montenegro in the north and over Bosnia and Herzegovina, where it makes confluence with Piva, becomes the Drina river.

    History
    The river was named after the Illyrian tribe "Autariatae", who lived near river bed in IV-V centuries.
    In 1937 a picturesque bridge named after Đurđevića was built, which was the only road connecting south and north lands for a long time. The bridge is amazing with its architecture. It crosses the canyon at the height of 150 meters and consists of five huge arches with the total length 370 meters.
    The Tara river is the biggest river in Montenegro, which is also the biggest natural store in Europe of fresh water suitable for consumption. The bottom of the river is stone without any vegetation, thanks to this water does not require any additional filtration and has an amazing taste.
    Rafting is still the most popular extreme sport in the Tara river region, organized by local agencies in summer. You can order excursion in any resort towns of the shore or by visiting Durmitor or Zhabljak, or Đurđevića Bridge. Besides, the cliffs are also popular among the tourists. Those who fond of hiking, will enjoy special paths of Durmitor park.
    Even if you are not a fan of extreme sports, you should visit the Rata river and the National park of Durmitor. Besides, even at the hottest day, the river brings freshness. The water temperature is never above 12-15°C. There are many mountain lakes. The most famous are Black lake of Durmitor and Beograd Lake near Kolashin.
    There is an amazing forest of black pines (Crna Poda) within the Tara river canyon. It is located between Bistrica and Dobrilovina, 950 meters above the sea. The pines reach 45 meters high and many of them are about 400 years old.
    You can get to the National park of Durmitor and the Tara river canyon faster, if go through Nikšić town. If you are interested in other sightseeing, you should pass by Kolašin take turn to Mojkovac.

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    Petrovac is the second largest and most popular city of the Budva Riviera, which is famous for its flat beach of fine pebbles and mild healing climate. It is located on the shore of a small picturesque bay and is an amphitheater of mini-hotels, villas and cottages, built on the hillside, overgrown with pine and olive.
    The coast of Petrovac
     

    The history of the city.
     

    A long time ago (around the 3rd century), here was the Roman settlement of Lastia, first mentioned in "The Chronicle of the pope of Duklianin," dating back to the mid-12th century. However, its current name Petrovac it got only in the XX century: after the First World War, it was renamed in honor of King Peter I of Karageorgievich, and before that was called Castel Lastva - in honor of the built in the 16th century. The Venetian fortress of Castio or Castello.
     

    The attractions of the city Petrovac.


    Castello fortress is located on surprisingly layered rocks, the fortress was the site of the Venetian garrison and included the building of the Lazareth, and now it is a place for various entertainment events: discos, concerts, etc. The top terrace offers a wonderful view of Petrovac, and next to Castio there is a pier with which you can go on a small cruise on the coastal waters. Above the fortress there is an obelisk erected in memory of the soldiers who died during the Second World War.
    Fortress Castello
    Particularly beautiful Petrovac is in the evening, when lights and illumination of the whole embankment are turned on, an incredibly cozy and romantic atmosphere of the Adriatic coast appears.
    Petrovac in the evening
     

    What to see in the vicinity?


    Just 1 km from the coast there are 2 stone islands - Sveta-Nedelja and Katicj. Nature bizarrely placed them on one line, like a Japanese rock garden: if you look from the center of Petrovac, you cannot see both islands - one closes the other. On the island of Sveta-Nedelja there is the church of the same name, which, according to legend, was erected by a sailor who miraculously survived on these rocks after the shipwreck. The ringing of her bells can be heard even on the beach of Petrovac.

    Lifehack: to have a look at the Church of the Holy Week closer, rent a boat or catamaran and safely sail to the islands – close they are even more beautiful.
    Islands near Petrovac
    And not far from Petrovac, in the village Buljarica, there is the monastery Gradiste (Manastir Gradište). You can reach it by taxi, by car, or on foot, it will take almost an hour. The Hradiště monastery is located on the top of the mountain and from there you can enjoy a stunning view of the sea. The monastery was founded during the reign of Nemaci. The first mention of it appeared a little later in the 16th century. Despite the fact that the monastery is very small, it is known for its fresco paintings. And it is significant that here was written the first Serbian alphabet, which in 1597 was published in Venice. This primer was written by the monks Stephen of Pastrovic and Inok Sava, the Devacan monk, also from Pastrovici. The monastery received its name due to the fact that in ancient times in its place there were residential buildings, which were called "gradzevine." Hence the name Gradishte - Gradište. And many tourists, despite the small size of the monastery, speak with warmth of it.

    The monastic complex consists of three churches, a cell building and a cemetery. The Church of St. Sava was built in the XIX century. On the ruins of the church of the same name. This one-nave building of red and white stone with a belfry with three bells.
    Hradiště monastery
    In the center of the monastery there is the church of St. Nicholas, built in the late 16th century. And is famous for its carved iconostasis. The building has a semicircular apse and belfry. Near the cemetery there is the smallest monastery church - the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This characteristic building of rural church architecture was built in 120 year. One of its iconostasis depicts a saint with an donkey head - according to some interpretations, St. Christopher was unusually beautiful, but prayed to God to make him ugly.
     

    Beaches of Petrovac.


    In the city of Petrovac there are only two beaches, the total length of which is 600 meters. At the end of the promenade is a tall hill with a metal tower on the top. Behind it there are the most beautiful beaches - Lučice (plaža Lučice) and Bularica (plaža Buljarica), and people, who know, prefer them. A direct road to the Lučice beach runs through a rather high hill along a narrow steep path. You can choose another way, a longer one, but it's safe to go around the hill and follow the road past the football field to the central entrance. The truth is that you cannot enjoy the beautiful views that open from the slopes of the hill.

    The beach of Lučice is more picturesque, the entrance to the water is more convenient there, as the pebbles are similar to sand, while on the main beach there are large stones at the entrance to the water. It is located to the left of the main beach, a comfortable asphalt road leads to it. Just before the entrance to the beach there is a parking, lot for an additional fee you can drive your car directly to the coast and park there.
    Lučice Beach
    It should be noted that the beach of Lučice is as beautiful as it is crowded. You can immediately take a walk further to the beach of Buljarica. This beach is quite long. You will get to the beach from the north side and only this part is mastered. The remaining 1.5 km stretch along the reeds. Nearby there is a place for camping.
    But just north of Petrovac, after passing through a pine forest and a passage in the rock (do not forget to take a flashlight or phone), you will find the fourth - a wild beach, but this is for fans of complete solitude.
    Beach near Petrovac
     

    How to get to the city of Petrovac?


    And from the airport Tivat, and from the airport Podgorica it takes an hour to get to Petrovac. It can be reached by bus or taxi. The bus station is about a kilometer away from the beach, it is easy to find it by signs. From there every 30 minutes, buses go to Budva and Bar (1-3 EUR), about every hour - to Kotor (making stops in Budva, Becici, Tivat, 3-5 EUR), less often - to Podgorica, Cetinje, Niksic, Danilovgrad.

    To Budva or Bar it is convenient to get there by taxi, in one direction it costs about 18-25 EUR. In addition, It is easy to find a car for rent in Petrovac.
     

    Cafes and restaurants in Petrovac.
     

    According to the tradition of all resort seaside settlements, many cafes, restaurants, snack bars, shops and stalls are located on the Petrovac quay. Traditionally for all resort towns, it also distributes corn, donuts and delicious pies. A large burger from a real piece of excellent fried meat on the embankment costs about 2-3 EUR, there are also good pieces of pizza (1,5-2 EUR), ice cream (from 1 EUR for 2 balls). Popular drinks - beer (in a bar from 1,5 EUR) and, of course, wine (for a bottle from 8-10 EUR). There won’t be any problems with the choice of a restaurant in the resort. On the beach of Lučice there is an excellent fish restaurant, which is amazingly picturesque - on the mountainside, overlooking the beach and the sea, fitted in a landscape of pine and rocks. Lunch for two there costs about 30-40 EUR with drinks. In addition, there is one pizzeria, two bars where you can taste pizza and hamburgers. The night life of this city is not stormy, but in the summer there is a club located in Castello fortress, however, it does not make much noise at night.
     

    Hotels in Petrovac


    In this resort city a huge amount of private housing is located - apartments, villas, and various hotels and inns. Most of the hotels offer their guests half board meals - breakfast and dinner, many prefer dining in restaurants, or to grab a bite on the beach.

    Petrovac is surrounded by olive groves and dense pine forests, so the microclimate there is very mild. This city is also ideal for a relaxing holiday, away from all night entertainment of Budva. There are enough restaurants and bars, but about midnight everything becomes silent, and you can enjoy a sound sleep in absolute silence.

     

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    A small but cozy settlement of Przno is located 6 km from Budva and is riotous with thickets of olives, pomegranate and figs. From sea waves and winds, it is protected by three stone reefs with an old watchtower on one of them.

    The settlement originated on the site of a fishing village, which is distinctly felt in the architecture of the buildings. Now the town has gained fame as a small, but popular tourist resort. If you are looking for a secluded place for a relaxing holiday - clean beaches, olive groves and a steady pace of life of the town itself contribute to this. In small restaurants and cozy cafes you will be offered delicious seafood dishes. Due to its successful location here is a long bathing season, the sea becomes of an acceptable temperature in May and does not cool down until October. This is a very small resort village, which is located in a secluded cove. It is popular among tourists with children who prefer silence and peace. It has a 350 m beach surrounded by an olive grove. Partially this beach belongs to the hotel "Maestral".
    Пржно
    And if you want some noise, drive and modern entertainment, Budva is in 15-minute drive, where life boils up to the very morning.

    Close to the settlement there is a former royal residence with a magnificent botanical garden of 18 hectares and a wonderful "Queen's Beach". This is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Adriatic coast. Only the guests of Villa Milocer can rest on it for free. For other visitors, the cost of rest is 75 euro. But it's not worth to be upset, there are no less beautiful and clean beaches nearby, such as Sveti Stefan, Kamenovo and Drobni Pesak. Beaches near St. Stephen are divided into the public on the left side with a rental of sun loungers and closed, on the right side, for hotel guests. Sandy beach Kamenovo stretches for 730 meters along the coast and covers an area of 12800 square meters. Emerald subtropical forest limits the Kamenovo beach, under the shade of which you can relax and refresh yourself in good restaurants with excellent cuisine. In the closed from the prying eyes, wind and noise, the valley there is hidden beach Drobni Pesak with large white and yellow sand. Its length is about 250 m.
    Пляжи
     
    What to see in the vicinity of the city?

    The main entertainment during the rest in Przno can be considered a walk through the beautiful park of Milocer and excursions to the nearest neighborhood of the village.
    Парк Милочек
    Founded in 1934 near the former residence of the Serbian royal family, today Milocer is the official place for rest of the President of Montenegro. Surrounded by pine forest, this truly chic resort is famous primarily for its beach. "Kralicina plaza" or the Queen's beach, 120 m. long, was named due to the fact that it had a special affection of Maria Karageorgievich. It is located in a small picturesque bay and is considered the best on the Budva Riviera. Unfortunately, only guests of the hotel can enjoy it - this is the only closed beach on the Montenegrin coast.
    Кололевский пляж
    Near the village there is a monastery of Praskovica, a significant part of the history of these places.
    Монастырь Праскавица
    If you move further to the east, then in a few kilometers you will find yourself in the village of Blizkuce, then you can get to two more monasteries. In the nunnery of Rustovo, the sisters deal with translations from English and French, collect medicinal plants, weave and embroider. From the hill where the monastery is located, an amazing view bursts upon the eye. The monastery Duljevo, located a few kilometers to the north can boast the same thing. Duljevo was built during the reign of the Serbian king Dusan in the 16th century. The main temple of Duljevo is the church of St. Stephen, famous for its ancient frescoes.
     
    How to get to the settlement?
     
    Przno is next settlement following the Jadran route after the Rafailovici, which means it can be reached by car or bus.

    Lifehack: there is no direct bus from Tivat airport to Przno. You can go from the airport to the Jadran way (highway leading from the city of Tivat to Budva) and stand in anticipation of the passing bus (they drive every 30-40 minutes). Any bus that goes to Budva, Bar or other cities in the south of Montenegro will do. The bus to Budva costs from 3 to 3.5 €, in Budva it will be necessary to change the bus to Przno (1.5 or 2 €).
    Also from the airport Tivat, which is located 25 km from the village, one can get by taxi, which costs from 20 €. It is better to book in advance or on arrival at the airport, transfer services from local taxi drivers can be quite expensive.


    Despite its miniature size, Przno has cafes, restaurants, pharmacies, ATMs, offices of mobile providers and shops. Prices for goods are different, food and drink in supermarkets (Novita) is slightly cheaper, in 24-hour shops it is more expensive (Tina).

    Przno is so beautiful and romantic town, as much as can be the former fishing village. Narrow stone streets, cozy quay, paths and stairs, curling up and down. If you want to have a proper rest and improve your health and the children’s, then choosing Przno as a holiday destination will be a good idea.

     
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    One may endlessly enjoy the beauty of the National Park with a mysterious name "Durmitor"! Here one wishes to breathe in continually the freshness of the North, enjoy panoramic views of the Durmitor authentic villages, picturesque mountain pastures and glacial lakes. And here there is an irresistible urge to conquer the mountain tops.

    Bobotov Kuk is one of these peaks of the mountain massif Durmitor, which is located in the heart of the Durmitor National Park in Montenegro. This peak has a strange, but euphonic name and, as they say, is the highest mountain peak in the Republic of Montenegro.

    However, according to a recent aerial photography, in Montenegro there are higher mountains - in the mountain range Prokletije on the border with Albania. This fact is not particularly advertised as geographically Bobotov Kuk is located in the center of Durmitor in Montenegro, and is much better suited for the role of a tourist Mecca. Why Prokletije? First of all, this massif belongs not only to Montenegro, but also to Serbia (Kosovo), Macedonia and Albania (where are the highest peaks of the massif). It is also important that, historically, the Montenegrin population in the area is represented in the minority. The combination of these factors led to the fact that tourists in this region are not seen.

    The height of the peak is 2523 meters above sea level and is one of the 48 peaks with heights of more than 2,000 meters, located in the mountain massif Durmitor. In clear weather, you can see the mountain Lovcen from the top, located in the eponymous national park almost at the other end of the country on the Adriatic coast, as well as mountains Kopaonik and Tara in Serbia. All Dinaric Alps, including Bobotov Kuk, extends 650 km from north-west to south-east across the Balkan Peninsula. The western wall of the top of Bobotov Kuk is the coolest and together with neighboring peaks forms a powerful natural amphitheater. To the west of the wall lies Shkrka valley and lake Veliko Shkrchko (Veliko Škrčko jezero) and Little Shkrchko (Malo Škrčko jezero). The southern and eastern walls go to the rocky valleys Dinaric. Eastern and northern wall along form the top of the compact pyramid, which is partially covered with snow all year round.

    Up to the top of Mount Bobotov Kuk four basic and affordable tourist trekking routes are laid and before to conquer the peak, read information about them carefully, and choose for themselves the most appropriate.

    Lifehack: all paths are carefully marked with red rings with white core - the main thing is to look around carefully. All difficult areas are equipped with safety rope. And the most important, be vigilant and watch you step, not to stumble and fly down on the running rocks. 
    all paths are carefully marked with red rings with white core - the main thing is to look around carefully
    The most popular of these routes starts from Black Lake near the town of Zabljak and takes approximately 5-6 hours one way (depending on your physical condition and how often you stop to take pictures). In addition, from the Black Lake, there is a trail to the most unique attractions in the region - the mysterious icy cave. Its uniqueness lies in the unusual composition of stalactites and stalagmites - they consist entirely of pure ice. Links to the track and hiking uphill.

    The second route is the easiest and shortest one - only 3.5 hours one way with a height difference between the peak and pass just 616 meters! It begins from the pass Sedlo pass - the highest "automobile" pass in Montenegro, located at an altitude of 1907 m, we will tell about it later.

    It is also possible to get to the top from the village Dobri Do and from Shkrka Valley (Škrka). Seasoned travelers are advised to combine a combined route - at 5 am to leave the car in the parking lot near the Black Lake, then take a taxi to get to the Sedlo pass (it costs about 20-25 euros) and start the ascent from this point, and after a visit of the top, go down to Zabljak. This route takes about 9 hours.

    Thus, mountain hiking trail on Bobotov Kuk from the pass Sedlo (1907 m) starts from the car park at the top of the pass and payment of 3 euros for entrance to the Durmitor National Park.
    Горный пешеходный маршрут на Боботов Кук в Черногории начинается с перевала Sedlo.
    On the way to the top you can admire the rugged mountains with stripes peaks Šareni Pasovi (2248 m) and Štit (2236 m). Then, after passing the pass Uvita Greda (2199 m), surpassing the fascinating rocky peaks demonic rock amphitheater Zupci (2309 m), the road leads out to a mountain lake Zeleni Vir (2028 meters), or more precisely to the "puddle" that is left of it... In the summer the lake of glacial origin is dry - and from 80-meter reservoir supplied by the mountain springs, lefe only a small green lens. Such glacial lakes are called "mountain eyes", because the water is extremely clean and quiet. Water from the lake is suitable for replenishment of stocks of liquid before further ascent.

    From Lake Zeleni Vir already begins a steep climb to the pass Velika Privija (2351 m), over which, like a giant boulder, Bobotov Kuk rises. This is an intersection of two routes: from Sedlo Pass and from the Black Lake, which is located near Zabljak. Further along the road, herds of sheep and Katun - houses of shepherds periodically come across, where you can buy homemade cheese and milk. 
    Катуны - домики пастухов, в которых можно купить домашний сыр и молоко.
     "All along the way, "Pyramid" of stones - the so-called rooks are preriodically met.
    Historically, they were built to guide climbers on the route, but today most of the tourists in a way mark its presence on the mountain. Now someone is building their pyramids, and someone came by and simply puts a stone in the already built one".

    From the pass, many think that the peak of the mountain is already reached, but it is not so. Up to this point all the obstacles on the route may seem as a cakewalk, as only now a real mountain ascent begins - sometimes even have to climb the vertical sections with rope cables, and sometimes walk along the steep cliffs... And constantly slipping stones from under the feet will keep you in suspense. Do not do any awkward movements here – once fallen down, you can get serious injuries. Concluding segments of ascent will tickle your nerves and make to feel like a real climber – you have to creep up even on your hands. It’s better not to look down... But all this grows dim and fear evaporates once you get to the top.

    And here it is - the highest point of Montenegro - Bobotov Kuk! Feelings are incredible, views are amazing and stunning! According to the guides, under the good weather, the entire Montenegro is seen from Bobotov Kuk. Of course, such towns as Tivat, Budva and Kotor are not seen, but you can watch the high mountains of the National Park Lovcen, Prokletije mountain, fantastic valleys, dense forests and canyons of unimaginable beauty! But not everyone is destined to catch such weather...

    Lifehack: on top there is a metal box and every "conqueror of this peak" may leave a mark in the journal of ascents about one’s small feat.
    На вершине Боботов Кук установлен железный ящик и каждый "покоритель этой вершины" может оставить в журнале восхождений отметку о своем маленьком подвиге.
    The way back is not easier than ascenting and eventually the entire walk back and forth takes from three to seven hours depending on the selected route, preparation and speed.

    Walking through the narrow, winding paths surrounded by fantastic landscapes, is an unprecedented delight for every traveler. And while many routes are pretty durable, but still they are passed, as a rule, in one shot. Landscapes changes around so rapidly, that travelers, enjoying the great views, breathing in pure mountain air and photographing the vast mountain landscapes and majestic mountains, without noticing the flow of time. Each new stone field, each pass brings a whole new landscape, flora and ancient forests will amaze you with its diversity. In addition, there are more than a thousand species of plants, some of which came down to us from prehistoric times.

    Lifehack: to make the ascent to Bobotov Kuk is best between June and October. In other months the trip will be complicated by snow and biting cold. If you decide to go to the top on snow, and how hot you are, never unbare any part of the body in the snowy mountains, and always bring your sunscreen creams! Bright sunlight reflected from the snow, which multiplies the effect of rays and thus speed up the burning process.

    The history of climbing on Bobotov Kuk.

    The first ascent to the peak was committed in 1883, by an Austrian cartographer Oscar Baumann. The first winter ascent was officially registered in 1931. In 1933, a group of Slovenian climbers made the ascent by the southern wall. Since then, the mountain has been thoroughly explored by climbers and tourists. However, for the first group Bobotov Kuk is out of interest - the complexity of the route for athletes is, frankly speaking, childish. But for the ordinary tourist - it's a great opportunity to enjoy the pristine nature of the Dinaric Alps.

    In conclusion, we note that under favorable weather conditions, rising to the peak Bobotov Kuk will be mastered by everyone - on the trail in addition to experienced hikers there are also teenagers, and senior citizens occur. As for equipment, a membrane jacket and pants, thermal underwear, gloves, trekking boots or good reliable and tight sports shoes, sticks, sunglasses, sunscreen, a knife, a flashlight, a lighter (if it comes to make a fire) are nececcary. With such a set of equipment, you will feel warm and comfortable regardless of the weather. And most important, take a supply of water (at least 1.5 liters per person) and provisions.

    Of course, for experienced climbers, this route may seem too simple, but novice hikers in the mountains will be delighted.

    Climb to the top of Mount Bobotov Kuk is a fascinating mountain adventure in the heart of Montenegro, which may be fulfilled by many travelers.
     
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    Bobotov Kuk in Montenegro
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    Lake Piva is a reservoir in Montenegro. It is located in the northwest part of the country, in Plužine Municipality. The surface of the lake is 12.5 km², the length is 45 km, and the maximum depth is 188 m.
    The elevation is 675 m from the sea level, making it the most elevated artificial reservoir in the world.

    The artificial lake is the result of the construction of Mratinje Dam on the Piva river. On the bottom of the lake there is the old town Plužine; Piva Monastery was also there, but it has been relocated. The new location of the monastery is 8 km from Plužine, and 3.5 km away from the original location of the monastery. The relocation has started in 1969 and finished in 1982.
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    Once finding yourself in the north part of Montenegro, you should visit one of the most beautiful attractions, Big and Small Staban lakes, surrounded by Bioč mountain, slopes of which are covered with dense green forest in summer. Big Staban lake is located 1325m above the sea, its length is 300m, the width is 190m, maximum depth is 10m. Its "little sibling" Small Staban lake, by the way it has turtle-green water color, located 1194m above the sea, in summer its length is 160m, width is 150m and depth is 4,5m.
    The lakes are located in the north-west part of Plužine town-council, close to Bosnia and Herzegovina borders. It is in 4,5km distance from Stabno place, according to which the lakes got the name. It is easy to reach the most beautiful attraction, if to follow the course of Staban river, than drive according to the guides and turn the north in the direction of forest.

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    Despite that, there is no lake in Niksic, its citizens created their special "sea", which is Krupac Lake. It is very popular among tourists and locals. In summer, citizens of Niksic having all necessary infrastructure swim in the lake, sun bathe and entertain. Volleyball and baseball courts, cafe «SkiBar» and «Plaža» restaurant are concentrated here. You can rent wave runner, water ski or a boat and ride...

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    Big size and the beauty of surrounding landscape stand Capetanovo Lake apart the rest of the lakes in Montenegro. That is why this place is very popular for all types of tourism. It is a glacial lake located in the mountains, 1678 above sea level. It is 480m long and 330m wide, maximum depth is 37m. Water has bright blue color and reflects stone rocks and mountain peaks. More and more tourists come here every year. The lake is rich with fish and attracts fisher men and people enjoying picnics. Capitanovo Lake is also a starting point for tourists going to visit distant part of glacial massive Kapi Moračkoj.

    You can get to the lake in two ways, by an asphalt road from Niksic, be ready the last part of the road is gravel and by road from Kolashin, it is difficult and available just for off-road vehicle.
     
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    Church Gospe od Shkrpjela is located on the island of Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Skrpjela) in the Boka Bay near Perast.
     
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    Church Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Skrpjela)
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    Lake Plav is a nation's pride and value, located 900m above sea level, near the north slopes of Prokletije National park, next to Plav settlement. This pearl of the country has been attracting guests and locals since old times. Its waters had been a source for the locals for some centuries.

    The lake is the biggest in the country, its size is 2km x 1,49km, an average depth is 4m and maximum is 9m. Luča lake flown into Plav lake and Lim lake flows out. The lake renovates fully 82 times per year because of fast water inflowing. The area, where Plav lake is located, is amazing, mysterious and wonderful. The banks of the river are surrounded by bushy green meadows and mountain peaks look like fantastic monsters.

    This lake is a real finding for fisher men. There are trout, pike, carp, barb, Danube trout. Record trout of 41kg was caught in 1985. This place is perfect for hunters and ornithologists, since there are many wild birds: wild duck, gannet, coot, grey heron, gull and tern.

    One can swim in lake in summer, since the water warms up 22 degrees and becomes really nice for swimming. One can also practice sailing, boating, kayaking and ice skating in winter.

     

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    The National Tourism Organization of Montenegro together with local journalists compiled a list of the most beautiful eco and ethno villages of the country. The first place went to the ethno village Nevidio. The village is located in a small place in Poscenj, on the southern side of Durmitor mountain. Surrounded by powerful cliffs, picturesque panorama of Durmitor,
    Durmitor
    two lakes and the river Komarnica, this village is considered the most beautiful one in the Balkans. About its beauty and nature, the famous geographer Jovan Cvilic wrote.

    This place is located only 30 meters from the main Risan-Zablyak highway and is ideal for lovers of natural beauty and adrenaline. Through the ethno village a passage to the famous canyon Nevidio is provided, the last, mastered in Europe. Nevidio is characterized as "a paradise for lovers of outdoor activities in nature". Four canyons wait for you here: Grabovica, Pridvorica, Komarnica and Nevidio.
    Canyon
    Canyon Nevidio is about 2 km long, with a height difference of 125 meters. The sheer cliffs of the canyon reach 450 meters in height, and in some parts of it they are half a meter wide. All this is at an altitude of 1050 m above sea level. The vicinity of the entrance to the canyon is at an altitude of 1050 meters above sea level. The beauty of this region combines the village Poscenj, with 2 glacial lakes and the periodic waterfall of Skakavica, which, from the seventy-meter-high cliffs, spreads the water of the Grabovica River, which flows into the Komarnica River.

    The first acquaintance with Nevidio Canyon will impress you, it will amaze you with its indescribable, stunning and strange beauty that is unusual for the human eye. During a 4.5 km long trip along the canyon you will meet waterfalls, straits, cascades, breaks, narrow canals and many other natural sculptures. Adrenaline in the blood will go up when you go under huge blocks or jump from a height of several meters into the rapids. Just imagine what it's like to be in the middle of a stunning canyon, make your way through bottlenecks, and see the sunlight only through a thin hole between the rocks. The coolest test is the so-called Kamikaze Gate - a section of 80 m long and 20 cm wide in some places. Remember that by beginning the passage of rapids, waterfalls, you cannot go back, you will have to go all the way to the end.
    Canyon NevidioIn the village, there are seven walking routes, lasting from two to twelve hours. Tour along the seven equipped walking paths will take from 2 to 12 hours. For fans of mountaineering, there is an opportunity to climb the Boljska ridge, 700 meters high, which is now very popular with climbers. In addition, 29 climbing walls have been installed in the ethno village.
    Canyon of the river Komarnitsa
    Ethno village of Nevidio is built according to the environment and consists of several cascading levels. At the highest level there are nine bungalows of quality materials, equipped with a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. At the middle level, there is the Savardak restaurant, offering local cuisine and traditional drinks - spritzer and a rakija. At the last level there is a beautiful lake, which all visitors of our village can admire. Enjoy walks through the forest, starry sky, clear mountain air, spring water away from noise and daily routines.

    Waiting for you...

     
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    Ethno village Nevidio in Montenegro
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    Bedem Fortress is located in the western part of modern Niksic on the site of the old town of Upper Onogosht. The first mention of the fortress Bedem was recorded in 1518.
    The fortress was built by the Turks in XVIII century after the conquest of the Slavic Onogosht. The upper town was surrounded by walls, where the Ottoman administration was, while the lower part of the settlement, inhabited by artisans, was outside the fortification and had their own defense system. Fortification was divided into western and eastern parts, besides the outer castle walls, it also had six towers located at the corners of the fortress. There is an oldest part of the fort in the middle of it - Castel, which was built in the VI century in the Roman period. The central building of the bastion includes a room for the guard and a deep basement, used for the storage of ammunition.
    High area on the height of the fort were artillery platforms before, each of which housed 6-8 guns. The fortress was always a place of battles for the town during the many wars, the last battle at the walls of the bastion took place in 1878, when Niksic was set free by Montenegrin Prince Nikola I. Then Niksic gradually started to become urban settlement, and the need of fortifications was not required any more. The town start living a new life, attracting new settlers.
    Ruins of Bedem Fortress today are protected by the state as a national historical monument. Relatively recently, the citadel complex has been undergone the restoration, after which its area has reached several hectares. The fortress is located on a hill, with views of the valley of Niksic and cliffs. Currently the ruins of Niksic fortress Bedem is a traditional place for various cultural events.
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    Fortress Bedem
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    Srablje lake is located on the south-west of Zhabljak town-council, at the foot of Durmitor's peak Sedlena Greda, at a height of 1609 above sea level. It is the smallest lake of this region. Its size is 45mx25m and maximum depth is 1,5m. The name of the lake originates from the words "grow together" and "overgrow". More likely because of the miraculous property of the lake to heal over wounds and illnesses. Having visited Srablje lake you can immediately visit Modro lake, which is separated from Srablje lake just by a single mountain pass.
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    Srablje Lake
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    The city is located in the north-eastern part of Montenegro on the bank of the Tara River between the mountain ranges Bielasica and Signaevina at an altitude of 820 m above sea level, not far from the ancient settlement of Brskovo. The municipality borders on Kolasin, so the natural conditions in them are similar: the same beautiful mountains, forests, lakes and rivers. Mojkovac is called "Montenegrin Switzerland", it is also quiet, cozy and beautiful - the slopes of the mountains are strewn with "toy" houses and covered with soft cotton wool of clouds. Nearby is the national park Biogradska Gora and the famous canyon of the Tara River begins.

    City `s history
     For the first time the city is mentioned in 1254, when during the reign of the Serbian King Urosha, the head of state of Rashka, a mint yard was opened here. Serbian silver money was minted in the mint in the village of Brskovo, near the city. Thanks to this, the city grew rapidly, becoming a major shopping center. The name of the city - Mojkovac - is translated as "chasing". In addition to the mining and coinage business in Mojkovac, woodworking from the local forest also developed.
     In the First World War, the city became famous for the Battle of Mojkovac, in which the Montenegrin and Austro-Hungarian armies converged. In 1916 the Montenegrins managed to defend their city and break the superior forces of Austria-Hungary. In memory of the battle of Moykovac, an obelisk is installed in the city.
     Modern life of the city is connected with the development of the tourism sector, the production of environmentally friendly products and woodworking.

    Sights of the city and municipality
     The historical sights of the municipality include, first and foremost, an ancient 12th century mint in the village of Brskovo, which is located on a hill 6 km east of Mojkovac, where archeological excavations are currently under way.
     At the entrance to the city is the Church of the Nativity of Christ, built in memory of those who died in the Battle of Montenegrins. The idea of ​​its construction belonged to King Alexander Karadjordjevitch, but was implemented only in 2008.
    Church of the Nativity of Christ
     In addition, the monastery of St. George, founded in the 16th century, is located here, and nearby is the famous monastery of Moraca.

    Monastery of Moraca
     The monastery is not without reason called Moraca - the so-called mountain river, in the canyon of which it stands. This place among the high peaks, on a natural level plateau, is recognized as one of the most picturesque in the country. Landscapes inspire an appeal to the soul, introspection, peace and tranquility. You can reach the monastery by the road that connects Podgorica with the north of Montenegro.

     It is here that the world-famous Tara Canyon begins, an amazing creation of nature, popular not only among fans of extreme sports, but also in connoisseurs of primeval mountain landscapes. And the Biogradska Gora Reserve, which is located slightly to the south, is known all over the world for its unique plants and animals, magnificent lakes and beautiful snow-capped peaks.

    Tara
     The depth of the canyon is 1.3 km, the length is 82 km, it stretches between the mountains of Durmitor and Signaevina on the one side, and Zlatni Bor and Lyubishnia on the other. Since 1980, the canyon was included in the Durmitor Nature Park as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

     In the north-eastern part of the Synyaevin Mountains, in the territory of the Durmitor National Park on the border of the municipalities of Zabljak and Mojkovac there is one of the deepest lakes in Zambojskoe in Montenegro. The area of ​​the lake is 27,600 m², but because of the large 19-meter depth the water reserve in it is almost 170,000 m³. This depth of the Zaboisky Lake places it in the third place in the country, after the Black Lake and the Captain's Lake. The lake is excellent for fishing, rainbow trout inhabits here, which locals prefer to call the word "brkach".
     Once on the shore of the lake, you can enjoy its clean and cool water, silence and tranquility, which is broken only by the barely audible murmur of a mountain spring. You can get here by a special route, which is organized along the territory of Durmitor by hikers - hikers. Due to its exceptional natural value, Zabojskoe Lake is protected by a national reserve.

     In the suburb of Mojkovac there are 2 more temples: the monastery Dobrilovina, founded in 1592 (the monastery is located in the municipality of Mojkovac near the village of Nizhnaya Dobrilovina in the valley of the river Tara, on the border with the municipality of Zabljak) and the Church of the Archangel Michael (located in the cemetery of the village of Štitaričy in the municipality of Mojkovac) .

    To the south-east of Mojkovac there is the world-famous reserve Biogradska Gora, in addition, not far from this village there are the tops of Siniaevin and Belasitsa, popular among skiers. The main wealth of the National Park Biogradska Mountain is untouched by modern civilization, many of whose trees have been preserved in their original form, having an age of more than 400 years. In these pristine forests, a large number of representatives of the animal world live and many unique plants grow. In addition to the oldest forest, six glacial lakes of the national park are of interest to tourists, including the largest - Biogradskoe Lake.

    How to get to the city
     You can get to Mojkovac by road or by rail. The distance to the international airport of Podgorica is just over a hundred kilometers. The city has a well-developed railway connection, it is one of the key stations on the Belgrade-Bar route. Modern highways connect the Mojkovac with the capital - Podgorica, coastal towns - Budva, Kotor, Tivat, Petrovac, with other northern regions of the country and with some regions of Serbia. The most convenient way to travel is of course the car, the list of car rental services is available on the link. To get acquainted with the bus routes and the traffic schedule, follow the link.

     In the north of Montenegro, there are many beautiful cities with an interesting history and culture, with numerous sights. Both in winter and in summer tourists come to Mojkovac. Attract them here and haughty monumental mountains, and Tara, offering dizzying white water rafting, and thick virgin forests.
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    Mojkovac

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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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    Dobrec beach (Dobreč plaža) is a small gravel beach, 70 meters long. It is located in the bay. Those who like private space will enjoy the beach. Since it can be reached only by boat or sea taxi, it is uncrowded. Besides beauty and privacy, there are all conveniences: sun loungers, umbrellas, changing rooms, shower, WC, pier, cafes and sea rescue service.  
    Dobrec beach
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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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     Buljarica Beach is located 2 km from Petrovac in the direction of Bar city. Its length is 2400 meters. It is one of the biggest beaches on Adriatic seashore and the largest in Budva Riviera. It is easy to get to the beach by car, by boat or hiking the path above the hill from Lucice Beach.  The part of the beach is equipped with the beach accessories. There are restaurants and cafe-bars. Those who like swimming will enjoy a convenient water entry. For ones who enjoy hiking, there is a picturesque bay around.
    Buljarica beach in Petrovac
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    Guvance beach (Guvance plaža) is a gravel beach. It is a continuation of Slovenska beach. There are restaurants, bars and renting sun loungers along the beach. There is parking.  
    Guvance beach in Montenegro
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    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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    Jaz Beach is the one of the most popular beaches in Montenegro. Madonna and RollingStones gathered concerts here. There are tourists all over the globe. The most popular tourist guide LonelyPlanet put Jaz top 10 Europe beaches after last year visit SeaDance2015.Jaz is located 3 km from Budva. One can get to the beach by a car or by bus. Near the beach, there is a spacious free parking. There are special places for a picnic and camping and free access to the beach. To rent a set of sun loungers and an umbrella costs approximately 3-7 Euros per day.The length of the beach is 2,5 km. It is surrounded by hills from all the sides and consists of two beaches, one is gravel (300 meters) and the second is sand (500 meters). The gravel beach has rocky bottom, which comes to a sandy one.Pay attention that the rest of the territory is for the nudists. 
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  • Karaoke in Budva

    Every Saturday, starting in September, at the Avala Hotel, which is located in the resort town of Budva (Montenegro), residents and guests of Montenegro can sing...
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    14.09-28.12.19
  • Concerts at the Beer and Bike Club Pub in November

    Throughout November, every Wednesday and Saturday, live concerts by various artists and music groups of the Balkan Peninsula will be held in the popular Beer and Bike Club pub,...
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    06.11-30.11.19
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    From February 14 to March 15, 2020, in the resort town of Herceg Novi (Montenegro), which is located on the coast of the Bay of Kotor, the traditional 51st Mimosa Festival will be...
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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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