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    Perast is an ancient city in Montenegro, located on the shore of Kotor Bay of the Adriatic Sea, a few kilometers north-west of Kotor. Perast lies at the foot of St. Ilya Hill (873 m), on the cape that separates the Risan Bay from the Bay of Kotor (which, in turn, are integral parts of the Bay of Kotor), directly opposite the Verige Strait, the narrowest part of Boka. History of the city.   According to the assumptions of archaeologists, the first settlements appeared in the region of Perast in the Neolithic Age; there are also memorials of Illyrian, Roman, and early Christian periods. The city itself was founded by the Illyrians and named in honor of one of the local tribes - pirusts.The first mention of Perast refers to 1336 - at this time it was a small fishing village, which nevertheless has a shipyard, and the pier there always were several trading and fishing vessels. But since the nearby strategically important island of St. George belonged to Kotor, Perast development went very slowly. Prosperity to the city was brought by the Venetian period, and the special significance of the border town it acquired around 1482 - after the capturing by the Turks the part of the coast from Herceg Novi to Risan. When the small settlement finally became a city, its inhabitants thought about strengthening. The fortress of the Holy Cross and a dozen defensive towers were built. And having distinguished itself in battles, Perast began to enjoy some political and economic privileges, in particular, it got the right to guard the Venetian flag of St. Mark after 1654 withstood the siege of the Turks led by Mehmed-aga Rizvanagich. Perast also could trade duty-free with the Venetian Republic and received the indulgence of the Venetian authorities for merciless struggle against the pirates that flooded the Adriatic. Thanks to this, the city grew and enriched: only in the XVIII century were built 20 mansions in the baroque style, 17 Catholic and 2 Orthodox churches. And since here was one of the best naval schools, Peter I sent here promising sailors from Russia for training to the outstanding captain Mark Martinovic. When Napoleon defeated the Venetian Republic in 1797, Perast was passed for a few more months, but eventually the city still had to lower the Saint Mark's flag. From this moment, the decline of Perast began: along with the entire territory of Kotor Bay, it passed from the Austrians to the Italians, and from them to the French, and then again fell into the possession of Austria-Hungary and was within until the defeat of it in the First World War. In 1918, the city became part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, and in 1941 became part of the Italian province of Cattaro. Only in 1944 it gained independence in the SFRY, being one of the administrative regions of the Montenegrin Republic. Since 2006, the city has finally become part of independent Montenegro. Sights. For centuries Perast was forced to strengthen the defense - too many people wanted to capture these territories with a favorable location. But there was no opportunity to build real fortress walls. To defend the city helped defensive system, created in the XV-XVII centuries. And consisting of 10 cardaks (defensive towers), as well as the fortress of the Holy Cross. Chardaks are two-storey buildings of almost square cross-section - they were in different parts of the city and served not only for protection, but for shelter in the case of a long siege. The most ancient of them, the tower of Markovic, or Martinovic, the inhabitants erected it in the beginning of the XVI century. In the square of St. Nicholas in the beginning of the XVI century. The fortress of the Holy Cross was built in 1570 next to the church of the same name of the 9th c. Their name is due to the fact that the cross was depicted both on the Venetian flag of St. Mark, and on the medieval Serbian flag, and it was also the family coat of many noble families of Perast. The defensive system of the city was supplemented by similar structures on the island of St. George and Verige Strait, opposite to which the city is located, it was blocked for the night by chains in order to avoid the sudden attack of enemy ships. Once in the city lived 12 noble families, and they erected the very Baroque mansions and churches, which Perast is proud for to this day. The oldest of them is the Viskovic mansion. The most beautiful architectural masterpieces of Perast is the Bujović mansion, built on the money of the Venetian Republic, designed by the Venetian architect Giovanni Baptiste Fontana. In the mansion there is a museum of the city of Perast, which presents a collection of nautical charts, models of ships, portraits of outstanding navigators, weapons and archival documents. The main exposition of the museum is made up of donations from the heirs of the famous families of Perast. Here you can see the portraits of the famous seamen of Perast and a collection of weapons. Inside the museum the original of the decree of Peter I is presented, in which he ordered to send Russian sailors to Perast for training in naval affairs. The largest of all mansions is the mansion of Smekija, which was rebuilt for several centuries. Of particular interest to tourists is the mansion Zmaevich, also called the Episcopal Palace, built in 1664. It is inscribed in a rocky landscape and decorated with the family coat of arms. Until now, many other mansions have been preserved in Perast, for example, the mansions of the families Balovich, Braikovich-Martinovich, Bronza, Vukashovich and others. Many of them are located on the main street of the city, along the sea.Lifehack: to enjoy Perast fully, it is better to arrive there early in the morning, before the influx of people. As in other cities of Boka, Perast has many churches. The main temple of the city is the church of St. Nicholas, built in 1616. The modest facade hides the majestic interior decoration, consisting of a wooden ceiling and marble carved altars in the Baroque style, painted by artist Tripo Kokolj. In the neighborhood of the Church of St. Nicholas stands the 55-meter bell tower (1691), which is still decorated with bells, delivered from Venice in 1730. The bell tower, which offers a magnificent panoramic view of the bay, is open for tourists from May to October (entrance fee is 2 €). You easily recognize the Church of St. Nicholas in the three busts that adorn the St. Nicholas Square: Marco Martinovic, Mati Zmajevic and Tripoli Kokolj. No less famous is the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, built in 1678 by the order of Archbishop Andrij Zmajevich and adjacent to the Episcopal Palace. In Perast there are the churches of St. Anne, the Franciscan Saint Anthony, St. John the Baptist, St. Mark, the Orthodox Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and a few very small. All of them were built in the period of 1595 - 1760 years. What to see in the vicinity of the city? Opposite Perast there are two stunning islands - the natural one of St. George and the man-made island Gospa od Škrpjela. On the island of St. George there is an old cemetery and a Benedictine monastery, the mention of which is found for the first time in 1166, relating to Kotor. But, unfortunately, you cannot visit this island on ordinary tourist boats, but by renting a private one. In this case, you cannot enter the monastery, its doors are open only to the inhabitants of Perast. The Italian name of the island of Madonna dello Scarpello translates as "Madonna on a reef" or "Mother of God on a rock". This island is man-made and was built in 1452 after it was said that two sailors of Perast discovered on the reef an icon of the Mother of God, which cured one of them from the disease. After that, a church was built in honor of Our Lady in Byzantine style, reaching 11 meters high. The creation of this man-made island was also of practical importance, for almost 200 years, enemy pirate and old ships were flooded here, after which a law was passed that every ship passing by a reef should throw a stone on the bottom. Thus, an area of about 3030 m2 was created.Lifehack: if you intend to get to the island on your own, you can do it on a water taxi from Perast. The fare is 5 € per person. The travel time will take only a couple of minutes, but you will have time to make amazingly beautiful photos. Every year in Perast there is a festive action called Fashinada. On July 22, all Perast residents sail out on boats to the island in the amount of 50 units and throw stones from the surrounding mountains around the island to mark the history of the island origin.Lifehack: in the vicinity of Perast there are several farms for the cultivation of oysters and mussels. But the owners of such farms are on site only in the mornings. Sometimes the hosts indicate the phone number on the signboard. To the owner to come you need to call.How to get to the city? To better experience the atmosphere, it makes sense to come to these cities on your own or on a bus. Distance Budva-Perast is 37 km, travel time 50 min.Lifehack: The cost of travel to Perast from Budva by bus is 5 € one way. There is no direct bus from Budva to Perast, but you can reach by the passing one. Any bus coming from Budva or Kotor to Herceg Novi or Igalo by a roundabout route, and not through a ferry crossing, will do. In the bus schedule you need to choose the trip that travels much longer. This is a sign that the bus will go round the road along the bay, and not through Tivat and the ferry. The driver should be asked to stop at Perast. If you go from Budva by car, then you should move north along the Jadran road to Kotor and further along the bay along the picturesque road. Hotels in Perast To Perast you can come for one day to look at the surrounding beauty with your own eyes, or you can stay in a small hotel and enjoy local comfort and tranquility for a longer time. The traffic in the city is limited - almost all the streets are pedestrian, they are very pleasant to walk around during the day, and in the evening to sit in numerous cafes and restaurants, glancing at the sinking into night bay. For lovers of sunbathing and swimming a small stretch of the coastline is equipped with a city beach. The tiny city of Perast, which has stuck to the mountains, has literally grown into rocks, of course, cannot offer a large number of hotels, but in the vicinity of Perast you can find accommodation that will satisfy the most demanding taste. Like throughout Montenegro, it can be modern hotels, villas by the sea, more or less modest apartments. On the embankment there are several restaurants offering a wide and pleasant menu. The cuisine is mostly Mediterranean, full of seafood. Civilization here is not an empty word: most restaurants accept plastic cards, some have Wi-Fi. Now Perast is a cute little town that attracts tourists with its sights. What is important, it is very quiet, without much entertainment. This city is worth choosing, as a residence, if you want to enjoy solitude or communication with a partner. In the summer, the embankment is not allowed to drive by cars and guests can safely stroll along it and enjoy the views in the coastal restaurants.
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    The town of Perast in Boka Kotor Bay in Montenegro
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    There is a lot of historical and cultural sites, ancient monuments and other attractions in Montenegro. All of them are interesting and exciting in their own way, but really "scary" ancient structures draw tourists’ attention. What does a terrible place mean? Many facilities in Montenegro are shrouded in a terrible secret, somewhere there is a dark past, in others we feel with whole body the energy of pain and suffering, and some places are simply horrible, because of their emptiness. Fortress Kanli Kula relates to such a historic place that has bloodstains in his past. However, all this is history, and it, like everything else, has both disadvantages and advantages. About all this we will try to tell you right now. Kanli Kula: a castle, a fortress, a theater and a prison.One of the most popular places in Montenegro, which annually attracts millions of tourists from around the world, is a fortress of Kanli Kula in Herceg Novi, the name of which, in Turkish, means "bloody tower". Such "bloody" name of the fortress was not accidental, because for many years the castle was considered not only a defensive fortress... Name Kanli Kula was given by Turks, prevailed here over 400 years ago. During the reign of the Ottoman Empire, a monstrous prison settled here in which many freedom fighters of Montenegro and the opponents of Turkish occupation were tortured and killed, serving sentences, from which no one could escape. Lifehack: It was believed that the door to the castle opens only one way - to leave it alive was impossible. They say that so far on the walls of the casemates many pictures can be seen, silently telling horror stories of prisoners of the castle. For example, the Turkish galleys in these images have been widely used in the XVI-XVII centuries, which suggests that the fort was used as a prison almost immediately after it was built on the conquered territory. Whether it’s true or not - we do not know, for tourists, unfortunately, only the upper part of fortification is available. All the inside of the building, including the former chamber, are closed for examining. Lifehack: By the way, the fortress has another name - Porta di Terra, but eventually it is all forgotten, and now it is only known as Kanli Kula. The fortress of Kanli-Kula is on the top of a mountain in the northern part of the old town of Herceg Novi. This powerful, sufficiently high and at the same time very gloomy structure, enveloped in many mystical secrets and legends, is located at an altitude of 85 meters above sea level and rises above the entire city. Looking at it, you involuntarily begin to experience some inner fear, and the most terrible associations begin to emerge in memory: the prisoner of the chateau d’If, the man in the iron mask, the terrible steel chains...  The history of the castle Kanli-Kula. In those days, in the territory of modern Montenegro there was no centralized power, so a well-armed and organized Ottoman Empire, which liked the local land very much, has no difficulties to conquer it. However, the Montenegrins did not want to give their homeland and constantly fought a bitter struggle with invaders. That's why the Turks built various fortifications and fortresses around the cities, to protect the already conquered territories, as well as possible prisons, where they held and punished prisoners who disagreed with their power. The first geard of the fortress Kanli Kula appeared in historical documents of the XVII century, in the notes of the Turkish traveler Evliya Celebia, who visited the city in 1664. However, as modern archaeologists have discovered, the fortress was built much earlier - approximately in the middle of the XVI century. It is impossible to set a more precise date, so for its long history the fortification was rebuilt several times and subjected to natural and artificial destruction as a result of sieges and explosions. After the seizure of territories around the strategically important Herceg Novi, the Turks erected powerful walls of the fort, which were to protect the city's borders (they have not been preserved to this day). The fortress with the Bloody Tower became part of the whole fortification, from which the whole district was controlled. In the 60s of the 20th century, the Kanli Kul Fortress, as a result of large-scale works, was reconstructed and opened to visitors as an open-air museum, and its courtyard was converted into a summer amphitheater. To date, this is perhaps the largest and most original outdoor summer stage on the entire Adriatic coast. It is designed for 1000 seats, and in total the theater can accommodate up to 15 thousand spectators. It often hosts theatrical performances stylized into the Middle Ages, as the walls of the ancient fortress serve to them as excellent natural scenery, conveying the atmosphere of distant times. In 1979, the scene was seriously damaged by a strong earthquake, but by 1988 it had been rebuilt. From time to time, concerts are held here, the famous Songchae Scala music festival and the annual Film Festival take place there. Lifehack: Over the long years of its existence, the fortress has been repeatedly altered and rebuilt, that significantly influenced its original appearance. For example, the gate in the southern wall of the fortress was made by the Austrians, so that you could get into the main tower in a shorter way. And this castle, oddly enough, is very popular in the sphere of marriages. Numerous young couples simply dream of having their wedding in the walls of this castle. They are not frightened by the fact that here, once people were executed, that the walls of the structure saw a lot of human blood. It is understandable – there is such beauty around, romance and amazing views! For its long history, the fortress was rebuilt more than once and was subjected to natural and artificial destruction from landslides, earthquakes, attacks and sieges, as a result of which its appearance was constantly changing. However, the main part of the fort remained unchanged and retained its authentic appearance to the present day. Lifehack: From the depths of the centuries until now, only the water storage tank, located in the western part of the fortress of Kanli Kula, has been fully preserved. There is a version that for its construction a part of the underground passage was used, having dug earlier from the fortress of Spianola to the lower town.   Architecture of the fortress Kanli Kula. The size of the fortress amazes the imagination of tourists, and stands out among other buildings of the city. Inside, the area of the fortress is 70x60 meters, while the thickness of its walls in some places exceeds 20 meters. The fortress of Kanli-Kul is a monument of the fortification architecture of the Ottoman period in the history of the city of Herceg Novi. It appeared a little later than the neighboring Spanjola fortress, and it was the desire of the Turkish rulers to establish themselves firmly in this part of the Adriatic coast. Different masonry and various types of loopholes show clearly how the fortress has changed over the centuries, for example, with the advent and development of firearms. Previously, the entrance to the fortress was only on the south side - from within the old town, but today there is also a northern passage, created at a later time as a result of the analysis of part of the northern wall. As mentioned earlier, the most important attraction of the Kanli Kula Fortress is one of the most capacious Amphitheatres of the Adriatic (up to 15 thousand people). Here they put plays related to the historical themes, which here look particularly convincing, because there is no nedd in decorations here. It is also worth noting that tourists can admire the magnificent panorama of the city on the top of the fortress. The architecture of the city of Herceg-Novi and the fortress differ from each other, but at the same time the fortress of Kanli-Kul organically fits and makes the city historically unique and original.  How to get to Kanli Kula Castle?  In Montenegro, you can get to the town of Herceg Novi and specifically to the fortress of Kanli Kul in several ways and quite simply.Firstly, you can get there by bus or shuttle bus from almost any city in Montenegro, both from the coast (Budva, Tivat, Kotor, Bar) or from the central part (Podgorica, Niksic, Cetinje). It is worth saying that this is the most budgetary way of traveling around Montenegro, not counting of course the hitchhiking. Look through the schedule of buses in Montenegro for every day here.Secondly, you can get to the castle by a rented car. A rental company will be able to deliver your rented car immediately to the airport (Tivat or Podgorica) to 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. Thirdly, you can take a taxi to the fortress. The only thing that can scare off is the price for the transfer. Before ordering a taxi, you can see the approximate price of the trip or a fixed transfer price (depending on the city of departure) on our website or in our free application "Guide around Montenegro/Way to Montenegro on the Google Play.  Lifehack: Always remember about the Kamenari-Lepetani ferry, which is an alternative and short road to Herceg Novi. Its price is about 5 euros per car, but the path takes much less time (the difference is about 1 hour).The fortress of Kanli-Kula is open and accessible for visits only during the tourist season (from May to September) every day from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. You can see the top of the fortress for 2 euros (children under 12 years - free of charge). You can enter the fortress in two ways: through the northern gate, opened later, as a result of the Austrians dismantling of the northern wall (from the side of the road), or through the tiny and very picturesque southern gate, from the Old Town, to which a long staircase leads. The fortress of Kanli-Kul is one of the main city attractions of Herceg Novi today. This castle in Montenegro is a wonderful place, which is definitely worth a visit, both with the family and with the company of friends. Here, literally everything is imbued with a medieval atmosphere, and history has penetrated almost every square meter. It is really worth visiting at least once, wander through the galleries of the fortress, climb to the observation deck and enjoy a fantastic panoramic view of the whole city, Bay of Kotor and the neighborhood opening from the top.  
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    The fortress Kanli-Kula (The Bloody tower) in Montenegro
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    Church of St. Savva
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    Church of St. Savva
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    Caves are one of the most amazing creations of nature. It can be found everywhere: in German, Israel, Ukraine, Russia, France, Thailand... Blue Cave in Montenegro (other names are Blue Grotto, Plava Spilja) is a natural sightseeing in Montenegro, which presents a big grot with total area about 300m2. Arches height is 25m, the depth is 3-4m. Blue cave has two entrances with boats constantly arriving. Blue Cave has got its name because during the bright sunny days, sun rays are refracted and illuminate from beneath, so the water seems blue. The effect is created as if water sparkles from the bottom. Water with reflection of the walls of the cave, also creates unusual shades on them. It is better to visit the cave before midday. It is very beautiful in this part of the day. You can swim inside of the cave. Water is quite warm and it worth of it... The depth exceeds 45m in some places and sometimes people practice diving. There is also disadvantage - sometimes there are many tourists and possibly you will have just 10-15 min for swimming.Lifehack: you will not be provided with swim vest, so if you are tired, just grab buoy and ropes around a boat. Blue cave is located on the Lustica peninsula, between Golden Bay and Wet Mountain Harbour cape. The distance to Herceg Novi is 6 sea miles. You can get to Blue cave just by the sea, by boat or yacht. If you travel to Blue cave, it is worth to visit Mamula Fortress by boat or cutter departing every hour (price 8-10 €) from the beaches Mirista and Zanjic. The trip takes about 10-15 min. and gives you opportunity to enjoy: wonderful landscapes of Adriatic sea and take amazing memorizing photos;watch magnificent mountains of Boka-Kotor bay passing by;see coastal towns and villages (sometimes Croatia is seen far away...) By sailing around Lustica, you can see beautiful channels and small islands with huge fortresses and quiet monasteries on them... Besides, you can visit Blue cave and Mammula fort as a single see voyage from Herceg-Novi or Igalo. But the price will be higher than departing from the beaches Mirista and Zanjic. In Igalo you can depart from two places on the shore: near the restaurant Obala and the beach La Bamba. In Herceg-Novi boats depart from the shore near the beach Skver and from the main berth. There are many boats, they depart as soon as enough people. Working hours start from 10:00 (and even from 9:30) and return at 16:00. But departure time is various (from 16:00 till 18:00). Which is to say, you will return on the same boat.Lifehack: if fall of the waves is big, you will not get into the cave (that what happened with our friends). The cave is not high. There is just a half of the meter between ceiling and boat. So if the weather is bad, boat will not be able to get in there. Blue cave: what is special about it? - First, water is really blue. It has an unreal, beautiful and saturated color. - Second: water here is very salty, so even inexperienced swimmers will feel comfortable. - Third, strangely, but water is amazingly warm in the cave, despite that the air is quite fresh.  A similar cave is located on the Island of Cecilia in Italy. But unlike the cave in Italy, Plava Spilja is not contaminated by numerous tourists and stays an incredibly beautiful and clean place on Adriatic seashore. Blue cave is really magic place. You should visit it to immerse yourself into the atmosphere of blue light, mysteriousness and unusual natural beauty.  
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    Blue cave (Plava špilja)
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    Черногория не перестает привлекать и удивлять туристов со всего мира чудесами природы не только в летний период своим теплым Адриатическим морем и многообразными пляжами или зимой - горнолыжными курортами и развлечениями. Кроме этого, в Черногории есть еще много всего интересного, необычного и запоминающегося. В течении всего года любителей активного и экстремального отдыха, скалолазов и спелеологов буквально заманивают к себе величественные черногорские горы, сохранившие первозданную дикую красоту, и малоизученные пещеры, скрытые от глаз людей в недрах земли на протяжении многих тысячелетий. По данным спелеологов, в Черногории находится свыше 10 тысяч различных пещер, но, к сожалению, из-за сложности маршрута многие пещеры доступны только специалистам-спелеологам, а также хорошо подготовленным любителям экстрима. Справедливости ради стоит также отметить, что некоторые пещеры Черногории относятся к самым красивым спелеологическим объектам в европейских и мировых масштабах. Довольно сложно сказать, какая из многочисленных пещер в Черногории самая красивая - все они по-своему удивительны и прекрасны. В этой статье мы расскажем вам об одной из них... Ледниковый период оставил после себя неприступные скалы, глубокие каньоны и множество пещер, одна из которых наиболее известна, находится в центральной части Черногории и носит имя Ледяная. Ледная пещера в Национальном парке Дурмитор. Среди всех достопримечательностей Черногории большой популярностью у любителей активного отдыха и пеших походов пользуется Ледяная пещера, лежащая в недрах горы на высоте 2180 метров над уровнем моря в центральной части Черногории. Она расположена в 7 километрах от города Жабляк, на северо-восточном склоне горы, издали напоминающей человеческую голову из-за чего так и зовётся в народе - Обла Глава (Obla Glava с черног. "круглая голова"). Координаты пещеры: долгота 19.1064 широта 43.1549 Ледяная пещера является одним из чудес природы на территории Национального парка Дурмитор, который, в свою очередь, вот уже много лет является природной жемчужиной Черногории и в 1980 году был включен в Список всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО. Вход в пещеру на протяжении всего года покрыт снегом, так как в этом месте гора отличается крутым склоном и солнце здесь практически никогда не появляется. Спуск непосредственно в пещеру идет под очень крутым углом и покрытие из слежавшегося снега практически всегда обледеневшее. Даже опытному альпинисту не так-то просто туда спуститься, а дилетанту безопаснее будет полюбоваться замороженными красотами на расстоянии. Но если уж вы решились, то спускаясь будьте предельно осторожными и, главное, внимательно смотрите под ноги. Lifehack: Попасть внутрь пещеры иногда бывает довольно сложно без специальной экипировки и подготовки, поэтому для любителей самым удобным временем года для посещения пещеры являются жаркие летние месяцы. А еще лучше — идти на экскурсию с опытным инструктором. Внутри Ледяной пещеры, находится необычный природный музей ледяных фигур - многочисленных сталактитов и сталагмитов, различных форм и размеров, которые не тают даже в самую жаркую погоду. В основном они напоминают высокие колонны с отверстием посредине, поскольку образуются от капающей сверху и потом замерзающей в виде ледяного столба воды. Длина всей пещеры составляет порядка 100 метров, а один из её ледовых залов достигает 20 метров в ширину и 40 метров в длину. Интересные факты: Даже в середине самых жарких летних месяцев откуда-то с потолка пещеры постоянно капает настолько холодная вода, что, набрав её в ладонь, стынет кровь. Именно эти капли,  капающие и застывающие естественным образом, образуют многочисленные причудливые ледяные украшения, от самых маленьких до тех, которые достигают человеческого роста. Дно пещеры также покрыто льдом, а часть углублений образует своеобразные бассейны, заполненные водой. От главного входа вглубь Ледяной пещеры уходит несколько длинных коридоров, которые притягивают многих отважных туристов, желающих изведать все тропы Жабляка. Lifehack: Воды в пещере довольно много — она капает буквально отовсюду, к тому же она кристально чистая. Именно поэтому это место идеально подходит для того, чтобы пополнить емкости с питьевой водой для обратной дороги. Естественно, что всё это природное великолепие, завораживающая красота подземного царства, холодный горный воздух, чистейшая вода, абсолютно прозрачный лед и постоянная низкая температура, сохраняющая в первозданном виде все пещерные сокровища ежегодно привлекает сюда множество различных людей, посещающих Черногорию. Для того, чтобы покорить вершины гор в Дурмиторе и увидеть необычную пещеру многие туристы организовываются в состав пеших экскурсионных групп, а некоторые опытные альпинисты решаются сделать это парами или в одиночку. Поход в Ледяную пещеру. Ледяная пещера в Черногории доступна для посещения и осмотра в течение всего года. К ней ведут несколько разных по сложности пешеходных горных тропинок, многие из которых берут своё начало от знаменитого Черного озера, расположенного возле города Жабляк. Поход в одну сторону до Ледяной пещеры, с привалами и остановками для фотосессий, займет 2–3 часа, а общая продолжительность маршрута может составить от четырех до шести часов в зависимости от подготовки. Но, поверьте, поход по Национальному парку Дурмитор, его горным хребтам, а также сам спуск в царство природных ледяных скульптур действительно того стоит. Lifehack: Помимо всеми изветных троп, есть и еще один путь, покороче, который начинается с перевала Седло в Национальном парке Дурмитор. Какой бы из них вы ни выбрали, не следует забывать, что в горах снег может лежать до середины июня и соответственно для похода необходимо тщательно подбирать экипировку. На протяжении всего пути попадаются указатели и специальные метки - красные круги, помогающие туристам не сбиться с маршрута. Но, несмотря на это, найти Ледяную пещеру самостоятельно довольно сложно - поэтому многие туристы для похода нанимают гида. Когда же Вы достигнете своей цели, перед вами во всей своей красе откроются великолепные виды на горные хребты Дурмитора, лесные массивы и, спрятанные среди вековых деревьев, Черное озеро и город Жабляк. Если вы действительно любите настоящие приключения, готовы испытать взрыв положительных эмоций и не боитесь трудностей, то не раздумывая отправляйтесь к Ледяной пещере и ваше путешествие будет оправдано на все 100%!
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    Ice cave in National Park Durmitor, Zabljak, Montenegro. Underground...
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     Trnovacko Lake is the most romantic and "loving" place of Montenegro. This is a small freshwater mountain lake (length-825 m, width-713 m, maximum depth 9 m) is located at an altitude of 1517 metres above sea level, in the Durmitor National Park, in the north-west part of Plužine town-council on the border with Bosnija and Hercegovina, at the foot of Maglić, Volujak and Bioč mountains. It is really difficult to get to the lake. But it cannot stop numerous romantic natures to overcome every difficulty and get to the heart of Montenegro literally. To get there, you need about six hours to cross over many high mountains and steep paths. But the view is worth of it. Water of the lake gradually changes its color from transparent to deep bright blue-green. There are huge tall mountain peaks of Dinaric Alps around the lake.  It is located 1517 above sea level, the length is 825m, the width is 713m and maximum depth is 9m. Trnovačko lake is glacial one, that is why it freezes in winter. And the peaks around are covered with thick snow layer. In order not to be lost and get successfully to the lake, you can find special hiking tours.
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    Lake Biograd is the biggest glacial lake with transparent blue water, rich with fish, surrounded by dense forests and filled with fresh air.  It is located in the intermontane crater of Bjelasica Mountain, 6km from Majkovats, on the territory of of Biogradska Gora national park. It takes an area of 228,500 m² of the National park, its length is 870m, width is 260 and maximum depth is 12,1m. It is filled by Biograd river and Bendovats stream. Its outflow is Jezerstica. In Autumn, trout come in shallow water for spawning. Therefore those who love fishing will definitely love this place. Also you can see numerous wild animals and birds among local pine, fir, maple, oak, beech and ash. Here you can always find a place to stop overnight. There are many activities for your holiday: restaurants, boat renting, hiking routs with benches for your rest etc. For active leisure time you can practice kayaking. Artistic and romantic natures can just enjoy and inspire local beauty.
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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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    We have already informed you that we personally include the best places into the TOP lists. Cafes, restaurants, clubs, beaches, sightseeing... Yes, we personally visit these places, watch, try, touch, listen, walk (it may be listed endlessly, but we do not mean this now). We choose the best places in order not to disappoint you, but to inspire you with new discoveries! In this TOP list, we are going to tell you about the best places for your rest and relax in a comfortable atmosphere, listen to the music and enjoy communication with your friends; about the best bars of the town resort of Budva... If you have already visited these places, you can just confirm our words, if not, we advise to visit them certainly and after agree with us  1. Beer&Bike Club Jadran  Hot rock-n-roll, bright rocker atmosphere and a glass of bracing draft... Any earnest biker visiting Montenegro should come over Beer&Bike Club Jadran. After 08:00p.m. 2 musicians playing "TEXAS" style waken audience with their voices... They sing legendary songs of the legendary groups and musicians, country and rock up to 01: 00a.m. If you enjoy all above mentioned - Welcome! In Beer&Bike Club you can drink as well as eat. There is a wide choice of meat delicacy for "wild" and hungry bikers, and there are many light dishes for elegant ladies: fish, soups, vegetables...  Just try and enjoy! 2. Have relax in Casper!  Light, pleasant jazz, positive vibrations and just relax! Casper is located in Old Town. It has interesting design in Mediterranean style, which will provide you with the main components of the perfect evening. There is a wide choice of cocktails with affordable price, professional stuff and good music, what else is needed for your pleasure?​3. "Delicious" Veranda Bar. Having entered to Veranda you will definetely experince positive energy and warm atmoshere. Every detail of this bar is made with love, which is seen practically everywhere. "Delicious" pastel colors, pictures, flowers, wall and even a board over the ceiling for your personal pictures and wishes, a terrace within the strong walls of the Old Town covered with green climbers. The owners have made their best to create an excellent atmosphere of warmth and coziness. You cannot do anything but love Veranda as well as return there. You can place yourself either at one of the tables decorated manually or at the bar counter, or on a divan and even on the stairs. The owners put there pillows to make you comfortable and take your place where and how you want!4. Snack bar Vihor! Classic disco, funk, soul, disco house, soul, full house, rock, various drinks for your mood and nice people for joy! In this small and cozy place, you will never feel like leave it. Every weekend the hosts come up with new interesting themes for parties. In winter, by Thursdays the visitors are welcomed by different delicacy made by one of the owners. Visit Vihor for new and interesting events!      5. Ireland evening in Chest O'Shea's Irish Pub. Interesting desigh of Chest O'Shea's in Budva is so tempting. Quiet music, quality beer and romantic light down are good for nice evening with your friends or your second half in the heart of Old Town, isn't it? By Thursday, there are guessing games.
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    There are many sightseeing in Montenegro described by us in our previous publications including different landmarks, monasteries, churches, ancient towns and many others. This TOP list is not featured by style or type of sightseeing. We have just collected best 10 interesting and beautiful places from our point of view.1. The Tara River and Durdevica bridge  From our point of view, the Tara River and Durdevica bridge are the most unusual, wonderful and amazing creations made by nature and human. The length of Durdevica bridge is 365m, the height is 172m. Looking at the bridge, it is hard to believe that this huge construction had been created within 3 years and then was destroyed because of the fascists captured Montenegro, but after the bridge was renewed once again. There is a picturesque and amazing view opens from the bridge to the Tara River, its length is 80km and the depth reaches 1300km in some places. That is why Tara Canyon is considered the second only to Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in USA. It is worth to see its pure blue water, huge natural forests and majestic bridge.2. Perast, Risan and Boko-Kotor bay  Boko-Kotor bay has a centuries-old history, battles, wars, attacks... Boko-Kotor bay is considered the biggest bay of Montenegro. This part of the country rich with historical heritage, monuments, churches, temples and all towns can be considered landmarks. A centuries-old history surrounds romantic old buildings. The atmosphere of an ancient history hovers above old streets. Passing by Kotor, you may see numerous ships and cruise ships, it means that Kotor is a seaport town, like the whole bay. Most of people of Kotor live at the expense of tourists coming with cruise ships. Numerous quantity of the Orthodox and Catholic temples let you know that most people living in Kotor are Orthodox Christians and Catholics.3. The island of Saint Stephen (Sveti Stefan)  Saint Stephen is basically the main attraction of Montenegro. You can find its photos almost everywhere, in brochures, magazines and on local websites. Saint Stephen or Sveti Stefan in local language has been a fishing village until recently. You know like in films, so romantic and unique. Now it is a town, island and resort visited by celebrities all over the world. Saint Stephen was reconstructed so professionally and right, so it preserved a history, a soul, but some sort of modernity has appeared. Aman hotel located on the island attracts many tourists on the reasons mentioned above. There is no way to get into hotel, unless you book a room. But there are no restrictions as for walking along olive grove and park, visiting restaurant with wonderful view.4. Mamula  The Mamula island-fortress preserved like it used to be. Once it is served as a prison camp for soldiers and as a defensive fortress... There are rumors that not a single shot was made from this place. Probably because it was a prison camp, the walls make you creep and fear. But now you have nothing to be afraid of. The only possible presence here is curious tourists. Film "Mamula" was shot here some time ago. This place provides wonderful views, Montenegro is from the one side and Croatia is from the other one. Unfortunately, there are no excursions, so you can get there just by boat.5. Abandoned village in Gornja Lastva  An abandoned village in Gornja Lastva will create atmosphere of mystery and fear. Sometimes people used to live here, started families, children used to run, laugh and love...But a moment has changed everything. People left homes because of money, to find a way to feed their families. Having walk around the village one may notice that people just collected necessary things or took only their documents and have run. You may see cups with coffee in the yard, or uncooked meal at the kitchens, which has already molded, corrupted wooden stairs, corners covered with web. There are a few buildings visited by the owners in summer. The village has been dead for a long time6. Shipchanik  Shipchanik is the cellar of the biggest wine company in Montenegro "13. Jul Plantaže", located at the site of the former airbase. In 2001 Milo Djukanovic's adviser was the first to propose to transform airbase into the cellar. 356m long tunnel and 7000m2 basement are being reconstructed and opened since 6 years. There are 30000 bottles of wine of different age and kinds. There are special excursions and a testing room with area of 200m2, where you can have lunch and try different wines produced by "13 Jul Plantaže".7. Ice cave There is a real "Ice kingdom" is on the North East slope of Obla Glava Mountain, in the National park Durmitor! By getting inside, you find yourself in a wonderland. Ice cave in Montenegro is similar to some other frozen world, which does not melt even in the hottest day. Inside the cave there are many ice figures and the most interesting figures are stalagmite and stalactites resulting from constantly dripping water, which abounds in the cave. It is not easy to get to this amazing kingdom. Of course, better to do it with a guide to avoid being injured among ice makings. There are 2 ways to the cave on foot: the first starts in Zhablyak, the second one commences from mountain pass Sedlo. Both ways take 2-3 hours in one way. But even such a long journey is worth of it!8. Lovćen  Mount Lovćen rises not far from town of Kotor. There are Petar II Petrović Njegoš's Mausoleum, ancient churchlets, caves, many monuments of the national architecture, restaurants and more than 1000 plant species. In 1952 Štirovnik, the highest peak of mountain group was declared the National park. A wonderful view to Boka-Kotor bay opens from the mountain. Millions of people come to enjoy the view. It is easy to get to the mountain peak by an asphalt road. Though in winter it will be difficult, as the snow cover can reach some centimeters. If you want, you can stay overnight in the territory of the Park.9. Ostrog  There is a unique monastery in Montenegro, Ostrog. It is considered a miraculous place. The monastery consists of 2 parts: lower Monastery, which was founded in the 19th century, there are monks' cells and the Church of the Holy Trinity; and upper Monastery located in some kilometers higher, above the rock. There are 2 small churches in this part of the Monastery: the Church of the Holy Cross (1665) and the Church of the Presentation (18th century). Just right in the Church of the Presentation, there are miraculous relics of Basil of Ostrog. According to the legend, at the day of his death, grape had grown in his cell. It has been growing for 300 years. Desperate to get medical help, women all around the world come to see grape and ask about miracle - a baby! Often this miracle happens...10. Nevidio Canyon or "Never seen by God"  The name itself says that it is hidden from the "eye of God" and it is true. Nevidio has become the last conquered canyon in Europe, which was opened just in 1965 by the group of professional mountaineers from Niksic. Locals consider Komarnica river canyon, which originates in Durmitor Mountain, a real wonder mystery of nature. The Canyon is located between the two confronted mountains Durmitor and Vojnik separated by Komarnica River. Clean water, high rocks, waterfalls, narrow channels less than1 meter width and canyons take your breath away! All true nature lovers and extreme fans definitely should visit Nevidio Canyon.
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    Fort Lesendro was erected in the XVIII century and still recalls the confrontation between Montenegro and Turkey. In the past, before the construction of a dam with an automobile and railroad, the fortress of Lesendro was located on a small elongated island, which, due to its position at the mouth of the river Crnoevic, was often called the "key from the lake". That is why the island fortress has become a constant "apple of discord" in the Montenegrin struggle for independence from the Ottoman Empire. It is believed that this fortress was founded by Peter II Petrovic-Njegus in 1832. It is not known for sure, whether he built it from scratch, or there already existed a fortress, which he fortified.Fortress Lesendro served to protect against attacks by Turkish troops and individual robbers and ensured safe trade and fishing on the Skadar Lake. Montenegrins owned it 11 years until 1843, when the Turks seized the fortress from garrison 20 people, taking advantage of the fact that king Peter with the army was on the Grahov field, assisting Herzegovina. Learning about this, Peter Njegus returned with the army and unsuccessfully tried to repulse the fortress, firing her artillery from the Thin Cape on the eastern shore of the lake, but without success. King Peter was very worried about the loss of the fortress of Lesendro, which he repeatedly tried to get back both military and diplomatic ways. From here even the montenegrin proverb "Suffers, as King because of Lesendro" has come. Montenegro regained its fortress only in 1878 after another successful war against the Turks, at the same time with the cities of Bar, Ulcinj, Niksic, Zabljak, Crnojevica, etc. At the same time, independence of Montenegro was officially recognized. Before the First World War, the fortress served as a military warehouse, after which it was abandoned. Today the Fortification Lesendro is almost abandoned, but it has retained its former greatness. Fans of the history of military battles will be very interested in walking through the fortress, looking into the loopholes and imagining what happened there several centuries ago. From the fortress of Lesendro, a beautiful panorama of the Skadar Lake with its surroundings bursts upon the eye.  
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    Mountain Lake is located at an altitude of 1285 m, in the town of Zabljak, near the place Zminats at the foot of the Sinjajevina mountain, and is a part of the Durmitor National Park. The name of the lake is named after the village, next to it, while officially it is a part of the Durmitor National Park and is part of another mountain range Sinjajevina. Coniferous forests and meadows give it a special charm. Tourists often come there in search of the classic rural landscapes. Zminichko lake is surrounded by woods and fields. The lake is located at 1285 meters above sea level, its length is 280 m, width - 240 m. The maximum depth is 3.8 m, close to the bank does not exceed 0.7 m, in the summer the water in the lake warms up. The main sources of water in the lake in spring is snowmelting, and the lake is drained much in the hot season. This lake has a special kind of "leeches", which are widely used for folk-medicine. There is a large number of wild ducks and other waterfowl on the bank.
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    Люта — небольшое рыбацкое поселение, уютно расположившееся на берегу Бока-Которского залива у самого подножия горного массива Ловчен. Поселок стоит на одноименной горной речушке — Люта, от нее он и получил свое "лютое" название. Зимой здесь тихо и спокойно, а летом в Люту устремляется множество туристов со всего мира, которых привлекают местные уютные пляжи, живописные пейзажи и уникальные средневековые достопримечательности, сохранившие историю этого уникального места.   Средневековая Люта. Дома и строения в местечке Люта отличается уникальным архитектурным стилем. Здания в селении выстроены из белого камня. Такой вид является традиционным для  этого места, он напоминает о далеких временах, когда здесь существовала Венецианская республика. В XVIII веке республика процветала, к этому периоду относится возведение самых лучших памятников архитектуры. Именно в это время сформировался облик городка, который сохранился и по сей день. Каждый дом  имеет свою историю, каждое строение представляет собой произведение архитектурного искусства. Люта имеет древнюю историю, которая нашла отражение в архитектурных ансамблях, дворцах и соборах. Главная ценность города — католическая церковь Святого Петра, построенная в стиле барокко. Средства на строительство храма выделяли знатные жители, а каменные блоки поставляли моряки, переправляя их из Корчулы. Дата возведения церкви Святого Петра относится к 1700 году. Строительство храма затянулось на долгие 80 лет. Церковь строили из белого камня.  В храме хранится древняя икона в серебряном окладе – Богородица, держащая на руках младенца Христа. Эта святая реликвия  играет важную роль в истории города и особо почитается местными жителями. Согласно старинному преданию, эта икона спасла население Люты от верной гибели во время эпидемии холеры. Церковь украшают фресковые росписи. В ней расположено три алтаря из мрамора. В главном, центральном алтаре изображен сам покровитель церкви Святой Петр в окружении ангелов, в двух других — Богоматерь и Святой Лука, над ними работали венецианские мастера.   Современный поселок Люта. Как только наступает время отпусков, в Люту отправляются отдыхающие. Их привлекают не только средневековые улочки и строения. Самой природой здесь созданы все условия для любителей активного отдыха. Пещеры и гроты, бурная горная речка и морской залив располагают к приятному времяпрепровождению всех, кто любит отдых на природе. Желающие могут отправиться в пеший поход вокруг Боко-Которского залива и посетить самые лучшие и живописные уголки края. Любимым занятием местных жителей является рыболовство. Здесь нередко рыбачат как местные, так и приезжие рыбаки. В городе находится крупнейшее рыболовное хозяйство, которое поставляет рыбу во все уголки Черногории. Всевозможные блюда из рыбы и морепродуктов входят в состав национальной кухни, которую можно отведать в местном ресторане.  В поселке находится знаменитый на всю Черногорию ресторан - «Старые мельницы» («Stari Milni»). Он расположен в том месте, где горная речка впадает в залив. В «Старых мельницах» можно хорошо провести время, а также вкусно и сытно поужинать. В заведении подают лучшие блюда национальной кухни и блюда, приготовленные из свежих морепродуктов. Здесь можно отведать такую экзотическую пищу, как каракатица или осьминог. Ресторан «Stari Milni» — так он называется на местном наречии, находится на берегу морского залива. Интерьер ресторана выполнен в оригинальном стиле. Столы расположены под открытым небом вдоль ручейков и прудов, через которые перекинуты изящные мостики. В прудах обитает морская рыба. Ресторан является одним из лучших и дорогих заведений общественного питания в стране. Люта — красивая деревушка на берегу морского залива, селение расположилось на фоне высоких серебристых скал. Здесь чистый горный воздух, а летом никогда не бывает душно. Шикарные виллы и апартаменты утопают в цветах и зелени. Каждый, кто хотя бы раз побывал здесь, оставит в памяти живописные пейзажи этого уютного местечка на всю жизнь.   Условия проживания. Туристы, прибывающие в Люту, могут разместиться в апартаментах, пляжных домиках, гостевых домах или хостелах. При желании можно арендовать виллу или комнату у местных жителей. Крупных отелей международного уровня здесь нет. Наиболее популярным вариантом проживания являются апартаменты. Условия проживания в них близки к условиям отеля. Большинство апартаментов расположено на берегу морского залива. В них предусмотрено все, что нужно для комфортного проживания: бесплатный WiFi, кабельное телевидение, кондиционеры.  Некоторые апартаменты имеют на своей территории бассейны и площадку для барбекю. На прилежащих территориях размещены частные парковки для транспорта отдыхающих.   Пляжи в Люте. Возле поселка Люта функционирует три пляжа, покрытых мелкой галькой. Песчаный пляж простирается вдоль морского побережья, его площадь составляет около 1000 квадратных метров. Вход в воду — пологий, углубление происходит постепенно. Вдоль пляжа пролегают бетонные платформы, которые местами переходят в небольшие причалы и пирсы. Доступ на пляж для всех желающих бесплатный. Отдыхающие могут воспользоваться лежаками и зонтами. Возле пляжа размещается автостоянка и маленькая пристань. В непосредственной близости размещаются кафе и ресторан, где при желании можно подкрепиться.   Ближайшие достопримечательности. Люта находится в непосредственной близости с поселками Ораховац и Доброта. Дорога до этих населенных пунктов не займет много времени. Поэтому можно смело отправляться в ближайшие поселения, чтобы ознакомиться с их красотами и достопримечательностями.Ораховац славится лесом, где произрастают лавры и дубы. Это уютный, утопающий в зелени поселок, настоящий зеленый рай. Морская вода в этом месте славится своей кристальной чистотой.Доброта – древнейший город. В нем сохранились остатки римских и иллирийских поселений. Завораживают своей красотой старинные церкви, шикарные дворцы зажиточных мореплавателей. Город заслуживает посещений, добраться до него из Люты не составит никакого труда. Всего в 7-ми километрах от Люты располагается Котор, самый посещаемый город Боко-Которской бухты. Если позволяет время, следует обязательно посетить этот город, в котором до сих пор живёт дух средневековья. В нем идеально сохранилось множество архитектурных памятников, церквей, старинных дворцов, домов и монастырей. Сегодня Котор находится под защитой ЮНЕСКО и является городом-музеем под открытым небом. Прогуляться по средневековым улицам и площадям в Старом городе Котор – одно удовольствие и истинное наслаждение. История этого уникального места насчитывает около 2000 лет, а первое поселение здесь было заложено еще иллирийцами, которых сменили римляне. Котор - это город со средневековым характером, который несомненно стоит посетить каждому путешественнику. Условий для пляжного отдыха в городе нет, поэтому отдыхающие устремляются в близлежащие районы для того, чтобы отдохнуть на песчаных уютных пляжах на берегу морского залива. От Люты до столицы Черногoрии Подгорицы – 42 км, Тиват находится в 20 км., а популярный туристический город Будва можно посетить, преодолев всего 24 км. Не стоит упускать уникальную возможность посетить и другие интересные, необычные и красивые места Черногории – поверьте, их здесь предостаточно. Из Люты на автобусе можно отправиться в близлежащие населенные пункты, и, добравшись до них в течении одного часа, ознакомиться с богатой культурой и историей Черногории.   Как добраться до Люты? Люта расположилась на самом берегу Адриатического моря, в нескольких километрах от всемирно известного города Котор. Это один из самых популярных среди туристов курорт, расположенный в Боко-Которской бухте. Добраться до поселка из других городов можно различными способами: на автобусе, такси или арендованном автомобиле. Дорога не займет у вас много времени, так как расстояния между городами в Черногории довольно маленькое, а всю страну по побережью можно проехать за 5-6 часов. Ближайший к поселку аэропорт Тиват расположен в нескольких километрах, возле одноименного города Тиват. Это международный аэропорт и один из двух аэропортов Черногории (второй - аэропорт Подгорица). Именно в аэропорт Тиват в основном прилетают туристы со всего мира, в том числе и из России, желающие отдохнуть не только в Люте, но и в других курортных городках Черногории, так как этот аэропорт расположен на побережье Адриатического моря. Российские туристы прилетают в Тиват из Москвы, рейсы совершаются из аэропортов Домодедово и Шереметьево.  Из аэропорта Тиват до места назначения можно добраться на такси, автобусе или арендованном автомобиле, который вам доставят прямо к вокзалу. Время в пути составит около получаса. Люта – тихий и уютный уголок Черногории, который предназначен для любителей спокойного отдыха.  
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    Village Lyuta in Montenegro
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    Vezirova mosque - a monument of culture and a symbol of the city Gusinje.  
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    The fortress-hospital in Meljine
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    The fortress-hospital in Meljine, Herceg-Novi, Montenegro

Beaches of Montenegro

Enjoy the sun, the sea and a good mood on the best beaches in Montenegro!

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    Przno beach (Pržno plaža) is a small gravel beach. It is located in a former fishing village. Many boats are still moored here. There are beach bar, restaurant and renting of sun loungers. It is very convenient to get Sveti-Stefan by boat from this place. There is lack of parking space. 
    Pržno beach
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    Becici beach is one of the most beautiful and longest beaches of the southern Adriatic. It starts from the Cape of Zavala and spreads over the Rafailovici Beach. It is a sandy beach with pebbles. Tourists can enjoy multiple sea recreations. For one who likes leisure activities, there are WaveRunner, Towable Water Tube, Banana water ride, boat, children's playground, attractions, many restaurants and cafes. There is a promenade at the Pine shadows along the beach. One can shelter there from a noonday heat. The beach is equipped by the sun loungers, umbrellas and sports-grounds. There are changing rooms, showers and WC. Sea rescue service is on duty. Parking place is near the beach. 
    Becici beach in Budva, Montenegro
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    Zanjic Beach is also called President Beach.  There was a time when a famous Broz Tito (the President of former Yugoslavia) chose this bay as a private beach. It is located 6 km from Herceg-Novi, on the Lustica Peninsula. In summer time one can get there by a private boat from Herceg-Novi, Igalo and  Meline. The boats depart every 10 minutes from 9a.m. till 1p.m. and coming back from 5p.m. till 8p.m. The beach is gravel and there is no sand, therefore the water is very clean and clear. One should be careful entering the water because of big large cobbles and sea urchins. It's better to use a sun lounger with an umbrella (the price is 10 Euro) and an atomized shower (0,50 cents) for a comfortable rest. The beach is surrounded by olive grove. One can have a rest from the sun in its shadows and enjoy a glass of wonderful wine. There is a big quay next to the beach. From this place you can go to the Blue Cave or visit Mamula island-fortress. This trip will cost about 5 Euros per person. In ten minutes walking distance from the main beach, there is Mirištа Bay. The shore consists of concrete platforms, which rise stepwise up to the dense forest. This place is marked out by amazing landscapes around and fresh forest air.  
    Žanjic beach in Montenegro
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    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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    Beach of Milocer and one of the most beautiful beaches on Adriatic seashore. This place is wonderful to have a rest in a famous Budva Riviera. The most sophisticated tourist will be charmed by a wonderful territory with the best sand and an ideal clearness as well as the most beautiful sea views.The beauty of the beach is above the all sea shores of Milocer. Olives and cypress valleys surround the beach from the land side and the rocks protect it from the wind. It is located between Sveti Stefan and Milocer and its length is 380 meters.The beach is very popular among the tourists, thus there is a former summer residence of Karađorđević dynasty, villa Milocer. It is free for the residents of the villa. For the rest is 75 Euro for the entrance and sun lounger. There are cafes and small shops behind the beach.  
    Beach Milocer
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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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    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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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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