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    Durmitor (Nacionalni park Durmitor) became the National Park in 1958. It was inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1980. Within 39 000 hectares of the nature conservancy zone, there are 18 glacial lakes, 748 mountain springs, 48 mountain peaks 2000 meters high with the highest peak Bobotov Kuk, which is 2 523 m high and. There are five mountain canyons, among which the most famous and longest one is The Tara River Canyon. The National Park of Durmitor is not only ecological reserve of Montenegro, but also of all Europe. Untouched picturesque mountains and pine-woods, mountain rivers and lakes can amaze anyone, who has once visited this place. Astonishing flora and fauna of this park attracts lovers of nature. Besides, in winter Durmitor becomes an active winter resort. The most popular town of Durmitor ski resort is Žabljak. There is the longest snow skiing piste 2313m on the top of Savin Kuk.Untouched sightseeing. The most famous and the biggest out of 18 lakes of Durmitor is Black Lake (Crno jezero), located at the foot of ski resort Zabljak. The Montenegrins call it "Black eyes". In winter lake is bigger and in summer it dries up partially, making a strait so that top view gives an idea of two eyes. Next to this lake, there are not less picturesque lakes Barno and Zminčkos Lake. If go along the left side of Black lake to the mountain, you can reach Tito's cave (Titova pečina).   It was used by Yugoslav partisans as a command unit during the battle on the north of the country.  One more amazing place to visit is the Ice cave (Ledena pečina), located under the peak Obla glava. The cave is full of mountain stalactite impresses with its beauty, but works fine just for the experienced tourists. It takes 4 hours to get to the cave. It is highly recommended to visit this place in the company of an experienced guide and special outfit.More than 300 of animal specimen inhabit this area. Many of them are in Red Book. You can easily meet red fox, brown bear, grey wolf, mountain goat, marten, chamois and rabbit. European otter lives in the Tara River, which practically cannot be found in other European countries. Besides, there are 172 birds species and 150 species of butterflies. Flora of Durmitor counts 1600 species of different plant varieties. There is one of the few remaining virgin forests with black pine (Crna poda) in Europe, it can reach 45m height and the age of 400 years. Manmade sightseeing of the national park Durmitor. You can find samples of authentic Montenegrin architecture in the form of the national house "savardaak" in small settlements of Durmitor park. It is a house shaped like a cone with thatched roof. There are also Orthodox monasteries of St. Michael the Archangel (XV century), Dovolja (XV century), Dobrilovina (XVI-XVII century) with the Church of St. George. Next to Novakoviči village, ancient Roman tombs are found.Church of the Transfiguration dated 1875 is located in Zhabljak. 8km to the east of Zhabljak, there are ruins of Pirlitor, a medieval fortress of XIV century. The main sightseeing of Durmitor park and the most popular theme of post cards for tourists is Djurdjeviča bridge. The bridge is located in Djurdjeviča Tara place, which was built by architecture Trijanovich in 1939. This is the very place with the most amazing view to the Tara River Canyon.  
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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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    Podgorica is the capital and largest city of the country, covers an area of approximately 1,500 km². According to the latest census, it has a population of nearly 200 thousand people. The city is in a valley surrounded by mountains, and during the walk you can enjoy the spectacular scenery of the mountains and hills of Podgorica. By the way, there are several hills in the capital, and one of them is called Gorica, which explains the origin of the name of the city. Urban landscapes are complemented by the rivers Moraca and Ribnica.   The history of the city.   The convenient geographical location and favorable climate of the valley 2000 years ago brought here Illyrian tribes. Later, these territories were conquered by the Romans, and here there were three settlements - Alata, Birziminium and Doclea. In V century after the fall of the Roman Empire, the first Slavic tribes came to these lands, who were continuing the war with Byzantium in the hope to form their own state. On the bank of the river Ribnica, they founded a new city with the same name. The first mention of Rybnica dating back to the Nemanjic dynasty, a founder of the dynasty - Stefan Nemanja was born in this city. The name of "Podgorica" was first mentioned in archival documents in 1326. Exactly in the XIV century the economic significance of this place enhanced, due to the fact that the city was on the trade route between Serbia and Dubrovnik. However, in 1474, the Turks conquered the city and turned it into a fortified bastion for protection from the rebel raids of Montenegrin tribes, repeatedly tried to recover it. At the same time the Depedogen fortress was built in the city. The end of the 400-year Ottoman occupation was laid only at the Berlin Congress in 1878, which recognized the independence of Montenegro. Thus, the city became a part of the new state. The first years of the XX century were a period of active development of Podgorica, there were large enterprises, and new roads were built. Yet with the beginning of World War I a rough patch occurred again in the history of the city. In 1916, it came under Austro-Hungarian occupation, which lasted until 1918. And in the course of the bombing during the Second World War Podgorica was almost completely wiped out. On 19 December, 1944 the city was liberated by partisans. Being a part of Yugoslavia, on 13 July, 1946 the city acquired a new name Titograd, received in honor of Marshal Josip Broz Tito, and a new status - the capital. The historical name Podgorica was returned to the city on 2 April, 1992. Sights.   Podgorica attracts tourists for its historical and architectural monuments, museums and galleries. First of all, you can visit the Town Museum of Podgorica, founded in 1950, it holds unique exhibits related to the Illyrian and Roman eras. The exhibition is divided into 4 sections: archaeological, ethnographic, historical and cultural-historical. In the collection of the museum there are books printed by Bozidar Vukovich, old maps and coins, traditional costumes and household items. At the exit of the museum on the left there is a crossroad. Reach it and turn right – walk two blocks and,you will see the monument to Alexander Pushkin and his wife Natalya Goncharova. The monument was erected in 2002 as a sign of special respect for the work of the poet, which once was admired by a chief writer of Montenegro - Petar II Petrovic Njegos. By the way, monument to Njegos is nearby. In the city center there is the main square of the capital with a fountain in the middle - Republic Square - venue for all kinds of events: concerts, and spontaneous markets. Having walked to the street Sloboda (if you stand back to the fountain in the square, then you need to follow to the left), you will come to the hill Gorica, which is a park area. It was it, that gave the name of the city. Nearby is the oldest building in Podgorica and the main attraction - the Church of St. George, which is located at the foot of Gorica, built in X-XI centuries. There are frescoes of 1670th, and in the altar area there was once a secret underground passage.Lifehack: Gorica is a great place to take a walk: climb the shady alleys of the hill, you can reach the very top, overlooking the whole city. In Gorica there is a memorial to Partisan – fighter opened in 1957. 97 heroes are buried here, who died in the national liberation struggle waged by the Yugoslav partisans against the Nazi occupiers, with the support of the Soviet troops in 1941-1945. Having returned from Gorica on the wide boulevard of Ivan Crnojevic, walk along it to the right, past the municipal stadium, and you will get to one of the city landmarks - the bridge "Millennium". It connects the two banks of the Moraca river and was built in 2005 by architect Mladen Ulevich. Length of the bridge is 140 meters, and the height of the pylon - 57 m. The construction cost 7 million € to the state. Particularly picturesque the bridge is at night, in the light of the special illumination. A year earlier, on the bank of the Moraca river, a monument to Vladimir Vysotsky was erected - if you cross the bridge it will be on the left. Nearby there is a pedestrian Moscow Bridge 105 m long. At some distance from the center there is the district of Stara Varos, a small old town of Podgorica. Since the time of the Ottoman occupation there were narrow winding streets, two mosques and the Clock Tower, or the Sahat-kula. The tower was built in 1667, and the clock was set there, specially imported from Italy, for a long time remained the only one in the city. The height of the tower is 16 m. If you want to continue walking around the city, be sure to visit the picturesque park of Petrovich, it’s Krusevac. There is a church of the Holy Great Martyr Demetrios in it. Also here is the Palace of Petrovic, where is the Petrovich Gallery of Art, and also includes the "House of the Guardians of Honor", the palace chapel and other buildings. Since 1995, the gallery is located in the "Contemporary Art Center". The gallery features more than 1,500 works of art from all over the world. The halls of the gallery regularly hosts exhibitions, attracting the attention of many fans of painting and sculpture. There is the Church of Christ's Resurrection in Podgorica – the largest operating church in Montenegro. Its construction, begun in 1993, was carried out on the donations of believers, as well as with the financial support of the Government. There are 2 large shopping centers in the city. "Delta City" is a trade zone under the roof of which have housed more than 70 shops, playgrounds for children, beauty salons, a food court and a multiplex cinema. "Mall of Montenegro" was opened in 2010. It houses a large supermarket, a gym, children's playground, bowling alley, food court, coffee shops, even with live music, disco (Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9:00 pm- 3:00am) and many clothes stores. In the center of Podgorica, there is a large concentration of restaurants. Among the local fish dishes, soup, fish stew, fried and smoked fish are worth trying out. Meat lovers can be recommended the lamb in a pot. Often meat dishes in Podgorica are prepared with clotted cream - salted cream. Local cheese and honey are good in Podgorica. Lozovac – grape hooch can be ordered as an accompaniment to dinner, served here with prosciutto (dried meat).   How to get to the city.   On arrival at Podgorica airport is best to order the urban taxi because the cost of private services may be overstated. Sophisticated travelers say that in 800 meters down the road from the airport in Podgorica is a railway stop "Aerodrom". It takes seven minute to get to Podgorica from it. But the downside of this trip is a long interval between trains. From Podgorica itself, or rather from the bus station, one can easily get to any destination in Montenegro and beyond. Within the city, you can use buses or minibuses. One trip costs about 0,8 EUR, tickets can be purchased at the driver.   Hotels in city Podgorica.   Being the capital, the city can offer a wide range of options for settlement. Among which, the Hotel Podgorica 4 * can be distinguished, located on the picturesque banks of the River Moraca, in the immediate vicinity of the city center, or hotel Ramada 4 * - the owner of award "Best Hotel in Podgorica 2012". Podgorica is the main city of Montenegro. One may not call it a typical European capital, but Podgorica is worth a visit because of its unique atmosphere, that wonderfully combines old and new, in the city one can get acquainted with the culture of Montenegro, and in the summer take a dip in the river and sunbathe.  
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    Town-fortress Kotor is situated in the north-west of Montenegro, not far from Croatian Dubrovnik, in the south-west part of Boka Bay, at the foot of the mountain ridge Lovcen. The Bay of Kotor (Boka Bay, Italian Bocche di Cattaro) is one of the most butted into deep of the continent part of the Adriatic Sea. It consists of a few small bays, connected with each other with rather narrow straits, making together one of the best natural harbours of Europe. Because of unique mixture of different cultures, the Old town of Kotor and fortification around it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Here you can find the traces of various epochs: the Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque.   Fortress around of old town Kotor.Fortress of Kotor is a beautiful example of medieval fortification, which includes: main, massive fortified wall, 16 meters wide, 20 meters in height and length - 4.5 km, which surrounds the Old Town of Kotor and rises to the top of the hill;. stone staircase leading to the bastion of St. Roko (Sv Roko) and the Church of Our Lady of Remedy (Gospa od zdravlja); the highest point of Kotor is the strengthening of Saint Ivan (bastione di San Giovanni - "Illyrian fort") on top of the mountain. The fortification wall was erected around the Old Town of Kotor from IX to XIX century so that the fortified ring protects the town against attack both from sea and from land. The main part of the walls which surrounded the town, was built in the XIII-XIV centuries in the time of Kotor (Cataro) was an outpost of the Venetian Republic in southern Dalmatia. Considering, that during almost all the time of the Venetian domination, Kotor and Bay of Kotor were a battlefield with the Ottoman Empire (whose tenure was a few hours away from the town walls), this period can be called the most dramatic in the history of the town.Until now one can get inside the town only through 3 entries:   Sea Gate - the main entrance to the center and the old town of Kotor, leading to the Armory Square; River Gate (northern) - entrance from the Shkurda river across a beautiful arch bridge (built in memory of the victory over the Turkish troops); Gurdich Gate (southern) - entrance on the Gurdich river (the only gate in Old Kotor, which are equipped with a drawbridge). It is not easy to get to Kotor from the River gate and Gurdicha gate, as the two rivers - Shkudra and Gurdich protect the town reliably. Historians write, that first, who build a fortress in this area in ancient times were Illyrians, from whom "Illyrian fort" remained (now - the fortress of St. Ivan) high on a hill. Those Romans, who came in the III century BC. erected hastily fortified bastions, then almost everyone who ruled here (Byzantines, Arabs, Venetians, Turks and others), rebuilt it or redesigned the construction on their own way. Of course, every period in the history remained the traces inside the fortress. But particularly active trade developed during the Venetians tenure of the towns of Boka Bay, under the flag of St. Mark. And, apparently, this is why the basic appearance of the town, which we see now, was formed precisely because of the influence of Venice. However, to inspect the entire fortress has been destined neither for citizens nor for tourists over for nearly five hundred years. Why? Because a large part of the fortress has not been available to the public from 1657. This is a very interesting story, in the truth of which is hard to believe, but it’s very tempting to believe – extremely beautiful it is.Image of Kotor in 1615, Henry de Beauvau During the Kandyan war between the Ottoman Empire and the Venetian Republic, in 1657, Kotor was besieged by Turkish troops, numbering 5,000 soldiers. The Turks were very persistent in striving to capture Kotor, as a control over it allowed you to control the whole Bay of Kotor. Residents of which closed themselves inside the fortress, closing with a key the only door leading outside (made, by the way, of the stone). The trouble was that in a burst of patriotism and as a sign, that none of them was going to give up, the key was thrown into the sea. Naturally, the Turks, despite repeated attempts, failed to take the bastion neither by storm nor by siege, and 2 months later they went away. And the townspeople remained at bay (in the full sense of the word). Fortunately, there was a source of water in the fortress (now "Well Karampana"), and rations to the fortress were bombarded by a catapult by Venetians returned to the bay. It took several years before an earthquake occurred in the town and destroyed half of the buildings. However, the walls of the fortress were strong and survived, and only a crack formed through which frightened people had to go outside. And once that happened, the crack was closed by the next push. That half of the bastion was not only inaccessible, but also closed to any attempt at penetration. Of course, they were made, but without any success. In honor of this victory, the citizens built another entrance to Kotor - River (north) gate of the town. But the Turks were not the only calamity threatening the city, fortress and people. No less they suffered from natural disasters, as well as from epidemics and earthquakes. So, in 1422, 1427, 1457, 1467 and 1572 the plague spread in the town. In addition, Kotor was exposed to earthquakes in 1537 and 1563, and it was almost completely destroyed by the great earthquake on 6 April, 1667, two-thirds of all buildings were destroyed, including the bell tower of the Cathedral of St. Tryphon. For centuries, Kotor was an arena of fierce battles, and as a trophy passed from one country to another, was occupied by Austria-Hungary, as well as French, Italian and German troops. But, despite all this, it survived, and was released in November 1944 and became a part of revived Yugoslavia. Now the date of release (21.XI.1944) is carved in stone above the main gate of the Old Town of Kotor. At present, the walls are interesting because everyone can get up and walk around the perimeter of which at the roof level. The passages are in several places (you need to walk along the wall and look for the stairs).   The walls and the fortress of St. John (San Giovanni).St. John Fortress – most pictures of Kotor are made from its walls. This fortress was built during the Venetian and strengthened by Austro-Hungarians. She is so naturally blends with the landscape of the mountains, that in cloudy weather fortress walls are almost invisible. Today, available for sightseeing part of the fortress can be visited by paying only 3 €. There, at a height of 280 meters, leads a serpentine of 1,400 steps, sometimes unbroken, sometimes entirely destroyed, therefore, deciding to climb the mountain, you need to wear comfortable shoes, make sure to bring your camera and drinking water. Having gone there people say, that after 15 minutes of the way, a view over the red roofs of the old Kotor opems, and after another 15 minutes, over the sea and the bay, well, the most courageous and persistent, reaching the highest point (the observation deck with the Montenegrin flag), will see the south Kotor fjord of extraordinary beauty in all its glory. On the way you will also come across with the Chapel of Our Lady of Salvation. Almost 500 years ago (in 1572) it was built by locals in gratitude for the salvation from the plague. We do not know how true this story is, but since then the streets of the old town of Kotor is washed twice a day with soap and water to avoid a repeat of the tragedy. The bell tower of the chapel is an architectural dominant of Kotor.Fortress of Kotor is an absolute must see object in Montenegro.  
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    Fortress around the old city of Kotor, Montenegro
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    The Holy Trinity Church is one of the most beautiful and interesting cultural heritage of Montenegro. For spiritual enrichment, many Orthodox believers regularly come here not only from all over Montenegro, but also from a neighbor of the Balkan countries. Today, Budva is not only a popular and entertaining tourist city, but also a center of concentration of both branches of the Christian religion. Several shrines were built on the territory of the city at different times, the doors of which are still open to all believers. However, it is worth noting that the majority of the religious population of the city professes Orthodoxy, although the spiritual consciousness of Montenegrins has historically been subjected to Ottoman, Greek and Roman Catholic influence. It is interesting that it is this church of the Holy Trinity that is most often visited by Russian tourists in Budva. The Church of the Holy Trinity is located on Church Square in the heart of the Old Town of Budva near the Citadel (St. Mary's Fortress). It is located on Starogradskaja (church) square in the old part of the city, where all roads lead, so it is quite easy to find it. The current territory of the Old Town, located on the plain of a cape, some 80 years ago, was the whole (!!!) Budva, outside the high walls of which were vineyards, orchards and small wooden houses ... The Church of the Holy Trinity is the "youngest" of all the existing temples of Budva. The history of the construction of the church begins at the end of the XVIII century - it was then that the first ideas about its construction appear. In 1797, permission was received by the city authorities from the Montenegrin Vladyka Peter the Great for the realization of this idea. The construction was built thanks to the efforts of Orthodox believers for 6 years - from 1798 to 1804. Inside the Montenegrin state, historically mixed many religions and cultures, which was a certain difficulty in the construction of the building. In the middle of the 20th century, it was subject to partial destruction during an earthquake. However, the restorers returned the monument to its former appearance, and now it is in excellent condition - mosaics and frescoes today have a rich shade. One of these stunning mosaics can be seen at the entrance to the temple - this is an icon depicting the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. She is a copy of the painting “Trinity” by the Russian icon painter Andrei Rublev, who worked in a typical Byzantine style. The interior is distinguished by splendor and luxury. Orthodox Greek icon painter from the island of Milos - Naum Zetiri was invited to work on the interior of the temple. With his hands in 1833 a stunning Baroque Iconostasis was created with the faces of saints and with episodes of famous stories of the ancient religion. Many icons of the talented icon painter were not affected even during the earthquake. Gilded frescoes and mosaics are located directly above the entrance to the church. The interior is illuminated by artificial light and lamps - the presence of large windows is not typical for church buildings of Slavic culture. You can go inside and get to know the features of this unique place absolutely for free. In the church you can buy candles, icons, brooches and other church paraphernalia, and one of the gifts brought from vacation may be the icon of the patron saints of the church - the Holy Trinity. However, there are almost always a lot of tourists in the building, so it will be difficult to enjoy peace and tranquility. The appearance of the architectural monument is rather modest. However, it is large enough in size and original style to stand out from the surrounding landscape. The church was built in the Byzantine style - its walls are lined with stones of white and red shades. The roof, covered with red tiles of various shades, logically completes the alternating multi-colored "stripes" on the walls. On the high bell tower directly above the entrance to the temple are three bells, the ringing of which during the services is carried throughout Budva. The whole building is crowned by a large dome covered with bright red tiles, which only adds a certain elegance and solemnity to the whole image. There is an archaeological museum near the temple, and on the contrary is the grave of the famous native of Budva, a Montenegrin revolutionary writer, politician and advocate of the rights of an ordinary person - Stepan Mitrov Ljubis. Also next to the temple is a summer stage, where, during festivals and cultural events, various theater performances and concert programs are held. The scene also represents a small observation deck, from where you can see the endless Adriatic Sea. Connoisseurs of religious buildings and medieval culture can enjoy the beauty and monumentality of the ancient walls of the fortified city of Budva, the Church of St. John and St. Mary, located near the Holy Trinity Church. Also here you can visit the Citadel, take a walk along the ancient streets of the Old Town or sit in a local cozy cafe and have a coffee. It should be noted that in the capital of Montenegro - Podgorica there is the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, from which, during the construction of the Holy Trinity Church in Budva, the external facade and architecture were borrowed. Since the Holy Trinity Church is located in the very center of old Budva, you can only get to it on foot. The Old Town can be easily reached within 40-50 minutes from any, even the most remote place. You can, of course, reduce the travel time and take a taxi, which will cost you 4-6 euros, but during the walks in Budva you can see and learn a lot of interesting and unusual things. Just remember to take a camera alone.  
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    Church of The Holy Trinity in Budva
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     Ivanovo Korito is a big valley 1200 m. long, located 12 km. from a former capital of Montenegro, Cetinje, in Lovcen National Park. It is named after its founder, Ivan Tsernovich. According to the legend, he made a trough (korito) with his own hands.  Numerous brooks connect in the valley following through stone bowl flow into beech trough. Every year numerous tourists and scientists come here, given that there are more than 1000 species of the most various plants. This place is also popular among historians and archeologists, since there are many ancient monasteries and temples, such as Church of St. Archangel Michael and Church of St. George.  Today, there is health and leisure center, founded in 1929 for treatment of respiratory tract and anemia.
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    Big valley Ivanovo Korito, Cetinje, Montenegro
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    Not far away from Riblje Lake, near Novakovici village of Zabljak town-council, at the height of 1411 above the sea, there is real "Devil's Lake", that is translation for Vražje Lake. According to an old legend, once upon a time, there was a wicked red horse with wings. Red flame came out of his nostrils. By nights, it came out of the lake and made love with mares. To prevent colts with wings being born, he kicked mares in their bellies. Still one horse gave birth to a kind colt Yabuchila. Later a commander Momchilo had been flying with Yabuchila.    Fisher men like visiting this lake, because it is quite rich with fish, especially trout. Tourists also come here and swim in the lake. Its maximum depth is 11m. If you plan long stay, take care about sun protection. There is no tress or any other shelter. 
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    Drugi po veličini kanjon u Crnoj Gori koji se karakteriše strmim obalama - Kanjon reke Morača.Reka Morača je najveća pritoka Skadarskog jezera. Kanjon izgleda kao da sastoji od dva dela: ravnog, koji se uliva u jezero opštine Podgorica i planinskog koji počinje na severnom delu Crne Gore kod planine Ržača. Tačno na planinskom delu svog toka reka je probila u stenama kanjon dubine do 1000 m, koji se odlikuje strmim obalama, ali zahvaljujući glavnom putu koji se proteže duž njega, odlično je poznat većini turista. Lokacija: kanjon se nalazi u srednjem delu toka reke Morača pre njenog izlaza na Zetsku ravnicu, na teritoriji opština Podgorice i Kolašina. Dužina reke Morača je više od 100 km, a kroz planinski kanjon se proteže samo 30 km u srednjem delu reke i reže kllisuru koja se sastoji od vertikalnih krastovih stena. U delu Tisovog vrha koji je najdublji u kanjonu, dubina kanjona je oko 1000 m. Kanjon reke Tare ima veću dubinu, ali kanjon reke Morača ima strmije obale. Reka Morača je prilično opasna u nekim delovima jer u vreme polava brzina protoka može biti veća od 100 km/s, pored toga je i dovoljno krupna, retko kad njena širina je oko 100 m a dubina nije veća od 5 m.Jako je zanimljiva činjenica da bez obzira na visoku opasnost, je glavni magistralni put koji se proteže od primorja Crne Gore do severnog dela države i Srbije. Taj put vredi proći jer je prelep, a pejzaže koje pruža su izvanredni i neverovatni.Na obali kanjona se nalazi jedna od najpoznatijih znamenitosti Crne Gore – starinski manastir Morača koji je osnovan 1252. godine. Obično kada turisti prolaze kroz kanjon obavezno posećuju taj manastir. Takođe mnogi ribolovci dolaze na pecanje na obalu, jer je Morača bogata ribom.  
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    Canyon Moracha in Montenegro
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    The fortress of Grmozur, among the inhabitants of the region of Crmnica, known as the "Snake Island" is one of the many military-historical sites that have remained since the Montenegrin-Turkish confrontation. It was built relatively late, compared to other Turkish fortresses in this region, however, it managed to play a significant role both in the military conflict itself and after its end. The fortress is located on the island of the same name Grmozúr near the village of Godinje, the municipality of Bar, in the northwestern part of Skadar Lake. The fortification was built by the Turks in 1843 after they captured neighboring fortresses - Vranjina, Lesendro and Zabljak. The erection of another Fort Grmozur allowed the Ottoman Empire to organize an extended fortified line consisting of several fortresses and extend its influence to a significant part of Skadar Lake. The fortress has an area of about 430 m² and is surrounded by stone walls 50-120 cm thick. The fortress building is divided into two parts, each of which has its own door. On the perimeter there are defensive towers. In 1878, the fortress was captured by Montenegrin troops, and in the same year, King Nicolas I ordered the establishment of a prison on a fortified island. At first, the killers and other hardened criminals served their sentence here. But from the beginning of the twentieth century, political prisoners also appeared in it, for example, Belgrade students who committed an attempt on King Nicolas I. A strict rule was imposed in the prison - in the event of the escape of any of the prisoners, the guilty security guard took their place. Nevertheless, for all time of its existence, one prisoner managed to escape - he used the prison doors as a raft to swim to the shore. In 1905, a strong earthquake damaged a part of the walls and the tower of the prison, after which the fortress of Grmozur was abandoned. Now it is in a dilapidated state, trips by boats and ships are often organized for curious tourists who are interested in the historical sights of Montenegro.  
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    Fortress Grmozur in Montenegro
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    Not far from the National Park Durmitor is a mountain peak Sinjajevina. This is an unforgettable and amazing place in Montenegro for the true nature lovers and mountain tourism. The top of the mountain massif Sinjajevina offers a wonderful panoramic view of the mountains and valleys nearby, as well as on the town Mojkovac. The name of the medieval town was in honor of the mint, which carried out its work in the XIV century.Sinjajevina Mountain range stretches for 40 kilometers to the south-east to north-west between the towns of Zabljak and Kolasin. In addition, near the mountains, there are famous National Parks Durmitor and Biogradska gora, Dzhurdzhevicha bridge and river Tara with its world famous Canyon (the deepest in Europe and the second deepest in the world after the Grand Canyon). For tourists who want to spend their holidays in the central part of Montenegro, local companies arrange hiking climbing on comfortable mountain routes, exciting mountain bike tours, unforgettable rides and other entertainment. In addition, you can take part in rafting on the Tara river. In addition, mountain Sinjajevina is a great place for sports - once, the competition "Sinjajevinsky sector" was held there, and was very popular in Montenegro. Now there is a large-scale improvement of sports and tourist infrastructure, and gradually the mountain begins to compete with Belasica on the field of ski tourism. The slopes of the mountain are also laid very interesting, fascinating and comfortable trails for riding a snowmobile. On the slope of the mountain, at an altitude of 1100 meters in the northern region of Montenegro, a Montenegrin ranch is located. For this type of object an unusual place is selected, because often such settlements are located on the plains. This ranch is known to many tourists who prefer a healthy vacation. Beautiful nature, fresh mountain air, hospitable hosts - all this is a guarantee of a good holiday. Modern man should visit these places to reconnect with nature and restore mental and physical forces.Sinjajevina Mountain is one of the most popular holiday destinations for climbers, skiers, mountain biker. The best time for summer climbs is from June to September. In winter, the slopes are covered with a thick layer of snow and ice, so ice axes and grapnels are mandatory equipment for climbers. Specially equipped tourist camps on the massif are not provided, but there are also no restrictions on tents. In addition, you can spend a night in shepherd's huts, which are a huge amount in the area. Fishing enthusiasts are attracted to local places by two lakes: Zminicko and Zabojskoje. The depth of the first is 4 meters, of the second - 19. Water, in the surrounded by pine trees water bodies, is of a glacial origin - clean and clear. The lakes are under state protection and for catching rainbow trout, one must purchase a license.  Tourist routes.  Usually the ascent of Mount Sinjajevina starts from the center of the locality Mojkovac. The town of Mojkovac can be easily reached by car or by bus from Niksic and the capital of Montenegro - Podgorica. Next, you need to cross the bridge over the river Tara, and continue along the scenic path leading through the not high leave-forest, reach the hill Topovi (1208 meters above sea level). An observation deck is especially developed here, which offers a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains, the canyon, the river and the entire valley. Continuing the hike up to the mountain Sinjajevina, one can also see a lot of small churches, as well as the katuns - houses of shepherds on summer pastures. Also in the process of climbing the mountain, you can visit Zabojskoje lake, which was mentioned above. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful in this area. This unique body of water is located at an altitude of 1477 meters above sea level and from all sides is surrounded by a thick pine forest. In autumn and summer on the shores of this lake, the tents can be put up. The slopes of the mountain Sinjajevina have many small hiking trails that are laid through the thick ephedra, and a large number of user-friendly designed viewing platforms allow you enjoy the natural beauty of the area to the fullest and get a lot of unforgettable impressions. The greatness of the mountain Sinjajevina and all the mountain range, as well as the wonderful natural beauty of these places will impress any traveler. Mountain Sinjajevina - pure mountain air and beautiful nature!  
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    Mountain Sinyaevina in Montenegro
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    Cave Novakovic is in Vraneshskoy valley at a distance of 28 km from Bijelo Polje near the village Muslichi at the source of the river Vranshtitsy. The entrance is at an altitude of 903 m above sea level, the total length of the cave corridors - 605 m, level difference - 50 m. There is is always maintained a cool temperature of about 8 ° C inside. The most beautiful areas of the cave, located in the upper part - is the Lost City, Picasso, Ram and Gallery of Dada Djuric. Through numerous crevices and channels of the underground rivers water flows constantly to the Novakovic cave. With the water comes a large number of sand, there is even a place called "sandbox" where its amount is particularly large. Among the locals cave Novakovic is known by numerous legends and stories about how travelers, got into it, wandered for hours in its tortuous labyrinths with numerous branches, trying unsuccessfully to find a way out. However, the desire to find the supposedly hidden treasure inside the cave, always proved stronger than the fear to stay forever in its corridors.
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    Novakovich Cave
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    Big and Small Škrčko lakes are located 1700m above sea level, at the foot of Prutaš, Šareni, Bobotov Kuk and Soa mountains, in the west part of the National Park Durmitor, on the border of Zhabljak and Plužine town-councils. The lakes are unique not only because of beautiful landscapes around, but also by the water level they appear. They are located so high that considered to be the most inaccessible lakes of the National park. Sometimes Big Škrčko lake is called Green lake, because of its green water color. Water in the lake flows out through rocky gutters and disappears in deep interstices. Soon water flow comes to the surface and becomes a famous Skakala waterfall and later the Sušica river. If you can spend some hours for hiking (the first part of the rout you can drive), you can reach amazingly beautiful lakes, the view of which inspires and you will definitely not be sorry about this choice!
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    Škrčko Lakes
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    Ultsinckaya salt-works is located in the farthest southern part of Montenegro and covers approximately 14.5 km2 of saline pool. Ulcinj is the sunniest city of the former Yugoslavia. There are 2567 hours of sunlight in the year in Ulcinj. Thus, Ulcinj is an ideal place for salt-works, taking into consideration, that for salt production must be good evaporation of sea water. There is an ideal habitat for birds from all over the Adriatic Sea, the Balkans and the Mediterranean in the city. It is recorded 241 bird species in Ulcinj, it is 50% of the total number of bird species recorded in Europe. 15 species of birds use the pools for nesting, wintering or resting during spring or autumn migration, which is higher than 1% of the total number of birds on planete. On the surface of 15 km2 live - 3% of pelicans Pelecanus crispus, 3% tailed Godwit Limosa limosaili and 3% of red-snipe Tringa erythropus. On salt-works make nests 55 species of birds. Almost half of the total number of breeding pairs of aquatic birds make their nests in the salt-works. 70 species, recorded in this area, are of special interest for the protection of EC. Flocks of herons also inhabit the salt-works, but their number is decreasing faster than other groups of birds, primarily because of the uncertainty of the environment. On the return from Africa, tens of thousands of swallows use salt-works as a place of rest. It happens that the Hirundo and Delichon swallow fly on the whole territory. Travnik, Saxicola rubetra, yellow wagtail, motacila flava, Spotted Flycatcher fly in flocks of up to 10,000 birds per day! On the salt-works in the spring will be more than 40,000 birds per day. By the fall most of the birds migrate to the South, and birds from Siberia and Northern Europe arrive for the winter, spending the winter in the warm Mediterranean conditions, with occasional rain, small frost from the surrounding mountains and the gale-force wind.  
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    Ultsinskaya salt-works in Montenegro
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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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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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    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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    Queen´s Beach is the main beach of Milocer and one of the most beautiful beaches on Adriatic seashore.
    Queen´s Beach in Montenegro
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    The Beach of Saint Stephen (Sveti Stefan) is located close to the famous island-hotel and consists of 2 beaches divided by the bridge heading to the island. The left side beach is a municipal and free. The right side beach belongs to the hotel Sveti Stefan. The difference between two beaches is the one has smaller gravel and less quantity of tourists. The price for a set of tables, sun loungers and an umbrella is 50 Euros on Sveti Stefan beach. There are not so much tourists even at a high season.  Next to the beach there is a small quay with palms, blossom oleanders and old olive trees with amazing stocks.  
    The Beach of Saint Stephen (Sveti Stefan), Montenegro
    Beaches of Montenegro Way to Montenegro Estonia, Harju maakond, Kuusalu vald, Pudisoo küla, Männimäe, 74626 +3727120504
    Beach Galia is a part of camping "Crvena Glavica", near the resort of St. Stefan.Galiya to the beach can be reached by car. The beach is well maintained and fully equipped beach furniture. Many believe that this beach Galia is one of the most beautiful beaches in Budva. The beach has sunbeds and umbrellas, cafes, changing rooms, showers, toilets, rescue service, Parking.  
    Beach Galija in Montenegro

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

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

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

View and download the 3D map of the coast here. Google Maps area of Montenegro here. Wind and temperature - map

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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