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    St. Stephen Island (Sveti Stefan) is an island-hotel and a deluxe resort (of the highest category), located a few kilometers from the tourist center of Montenegro - the city of Budva. The island is connected with the shore by a narrow sandy isthmus and is a "visiting card of Montenegro". Panoramic view, opening from the observation deck near the restaurant - hotel Adrovic on the island of Sveti Stefan, the boundless Adriatic Sea and the coast of Montenegro is one of the most iconic and famous in the world and widely spread on tourist postcards in Montenegro.
    History of the island

    The legend of the island of St. Stephen says that local residents, pashtrovichi, returning home after a joint victory with the Kotor citizens over the Turks, besieged Kotor, saw Ottoman ships near the Jaz beach close to the Old Town of Budva. Having destroyed them, the pashtrovichi took possession of a considerable quantity of trophies and decided to build a fortress on these funds, which was done in 1442. The name was given to it by the name of the church dedicated to Stephen Protomartyr, built on the island first. Later, especially during the days of the Venetian Republic, Sveti Stefan was an important trade center and transport hub, that chronicles confirm. About 200 years ago there were 100 houses, three churches and more than 400 residents, but in a century because of another economic crisis, the island city began to decline and was abandoned by the fishermen settled it at that time.

    In 1955, the authorities decided to rebuild the island of Sveti Stefan radically and create here a unique natural complex of the Adriatic and the Balkans. By that time, there were only 20 people living on the island, and the issue of their resettlement to the mainland was solved without problems. During the reconstruction, the external appearance of the old buildings, which now are about 80, was not damaged. After the creation of the hotel on its island, its guests have been the world stars of show business, actors, athletes and other famous people from all over the world.

    The island-hotel Sveti Stefan provides its guests with a unique opportunity for a secluded holiday in a beautiful corner of the nature. The hotel is designed as a very quiet, calm and closed from prying eyes place. Saint Stefan is an exclusive holiday destination, which has no analogues in the world and was visited by many famous people: the English Queen Elizabeth II, the Dutch Queen Cristina and the former King of Spain Umberto II of Savoy, as well as the famous actors Elizabeth Taylor, Doris Day, Richard Widmark, Sylvester Stallone, famous writers Andre Maurois and Albert Moravi, the model Claudia Schiffer. The island-hotel consists of 80 separate houses, there are 16 deluxe rooms and the world-famous villa No. 188, in which Sophia Loren and Kirk Douglas, Indus Ira Gandhi and Robert McNamara, Gina Lolobrigida and Richard Burton, and even Leonid Brezhnev spent holidays at different times.

    Sophia Loren at island of Sveti Stefan St Stefan
    Sophia Loren at island of Sveti Stefan in Montenegro

    On the island, in addition to the church of St. Stephen, which is located on the most elevated part of the island, there is also the Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord with an ancient mosaic on the facade depicting the Virgin Mary with Jesus, and the latest church of Alexander Nevsky, built in 1940. To date, Sveti Stefan island, as well as Villa Miločer, located in a park near the island, is a single hotel complex, which is managed by the Aman resorts hotel network and is called Aman Sveti Stefan. Visiting the island is possible only for hotel guests on the island or when booking a table in a restaurant. At various times on this island, celebrities from all over the world and representatives of royal families rested.

    Sveti Stefan Island, Montenegro in 1965-1975 years and in 2017
    Sveti Stefan Island, Montenegro in 1965-1975 years and in 2017.

    On the mainland in front of the island on both sides of the isthmus leading to it, there are beautiful sandy beaches of high price category. Above the island is the eponymous settlement, the price of accommodation in the apartments is also quite high. Beaches near St. Stefan are divided into the public on the left side with a rental of sun loungers and private, on the right side, intended only for hotel guests.

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    Near the island is the Queen´s BeachBeach Milocer and Villa Milocher (Villa Miloćer). It is located in the beautiful public botanical park of Milocer, near the town of the same name. Previously, this villa was the summer residence of the ruling Karadordevic dynasty. In the 1930s, it became the summer residence of King Nikola, and already in the days of Yugoslavia, Josip Broz Tito rested here. Currently, "Milocer" is the official holiday destination of the President of Montenegro, respectively, the rest here is not cheap. Surrounded by pine forest, this truly chic resort is famous primarily for its beach.

    The Queen's beach, 120 meters long, was named due to the fact that it appealed to Maria Karadordevic in a special way. It is located in a small picturesque bay and is considered the best on the Budva Riviera. Unfortunately, only guests of the hotel can enjoy it - this is the only closed beach on the Montenegrin coast.

    Near the Queen’s beach there is beach Milocer. It stretches for almost 300 m, is in a park zone and is surrounded by exotic plant species, among which there are Lebanese cedar, Japanese medlar, various kinds of cactus and tropical mimosa. On this beach can accommodate both hotel guests and all comers, paying an unreasonably high fee for two beds and an umbrella.

    Beach Milocer in Montenegro

    Sveti Stefan Island is a unique creation of nature and human hands, attracting travelers from all over the world. A small island built up with houses with bright tiled roofs and a connected with the mainland marrow isthmus is a visiting card of Montenegro.

    How to get to St. Stephen Island?

    There are several ways to get to Sveti Stefan Island:

     • on foot: the road to the island of Sveti Stefan lies along the Budva embankment, through the tunnel to Becici village then to Rafailovici, Kamenovo beach, Milocer park and only after it the long-awaited island (about 1.5-2 hours);
     • By public transport: a bus or "shuttle bus" to St. Stephen Island runs every 15 minutes. From Budva, Becici or Rafailovici;
     • on your own or rented car;
     • book an excursion to the island;
     • by boat from the embankment of Budva, Bar, Sutomore, Petrovac and other coastal cities of Montenegro (price is 3-5 euros).

    Why is St. Stephen's Island in Montenegro worth visiting?

    Very quickly developed island infrastructure can surprise any visitor: there are not only comfortable hotels, bars, restaurants and cafes, but also beauty salons, shopping and entertainment center and even an art gallery. But above all, the island is equipped for a beach holiday: you can sunbathe on the pinkish sand, have a go at diving or go out to the open sea on a rented yacht. Among entertainment on the island, there are also offered a variety of excursions to the sights of Montenegro itself, as well as to Albania, Italy and Croatia.

    All these pleasures are quite expensive - from two thousand euros per night - so the island is especially popular with wealthy tourists and celebrities. Such celebrities as Elizabeth Taylor, Sofi Loren, Kirk Douglas, and even members of the British royal family rested there. It's not just luxury: the island resort is closed, which means that those who do not rent apartment here, cannot stay on the territory of Sveti Stephen (excursions permitted). Thus, this resort can provide not only qualitative service and comfort, but also a certain privacy. Those who are eager to see the island without such large expenses, can try to order a table in one of the restaurants on the island.

    The island of St. Stephen is a anthem to the luxury holiday by the sea in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages, which is worth, if not renting the room, but at least going there on excursion to touch the history.
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    The Island-hotel of Saint Stephen, Montenegro
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    In the Montenegrin city Sutomore, located 11 km from Petrovac, about 2000 people live. In summer, most of it becomes a pedestrian zone: the main street, like in Budva, runs along the coast parallel to the highway. Sutomore is one of the most inexpensive vacation spots on the coast of Montenegro.

    The resort is known for its remarkable pebble (sandy) beaches more than 2.5 km long. There are plenty of opportunities for swimming and diving, as well as traditional beach activities like catamarans, parachutes, "bananas". A small (about 800 m) sandy beach in Sutomore is widely known. As in many places in Montenegro, sand here (due to its mineral composition) has medicinal properties: it brings relief to patients with rheumatism.
    In the same bay as the city beach of Sutomore, there is a gravel one "Zlata obala". It is rather narrow, its length is about 250 m, but it is equipped with everything necessary, since it belongs to the hotel with the same name.

    On the outskirts of the city there is a church of St. Phekla. Orthodox and Catholics get along peacefully there: the altar of the first is in the apse, of the second - at the south wall. The church was built in the 12th-14th centuries. And is still used for religious rites. The church cemetery is also home to both Orthodox and Catholics.
    What to see in the vicinity?
    Moving further, to the east of Sutomore, you will pass a small village Brca. After it to the right, there is forest park area of Cape Ratac. The ruins of the Monastery of the Virgin Ratacanskaja, founded in the 9th c. are of some interest. Once it stood right on the shoreline and belonged to the Benedictine Brotherhood, which owned the surrounding lands and traded with olive oil. But in 1571 the monastery was devastated by the Ottoman Empire, and during the Second World War it was finally destroyed by the Italian troops. On the territory of the monastery there are preserved ruins of the Church of St. Mary, built in the XII-XII centuries. The icon of the Virgin was in it, which attracted numerous pilgrims. In addition, on the territory of the monastery were hospitals, where monks and local residents were treated.

    Along the Cape Ratac several picturesque beaches stretches, including officially one nudist. A little further from the cape is not very popular with tourist circles, which means that not overcrowded beach "Beogradska plaza" 100 meters long. The picturesque landscape is complemented by giant boulders in crystal clear water.

    To see Sutomore as in the palm of your hand, you can climb the fortress of Hai-Nehai. It is on the way to the village Canj. More than five centuries ago it was founded by the Venetians, but in 100 years the Turks conquered it. They then gav it the name. Once the fortress could accommodate up to 900 people. Despite the long years of Muslim domination, the foundation and part of the walls of St. Dimitry's church of XIII century with two altars have been preserved on the territory of the fortress. From the road the fortress seems an impregnable fortification, but having come closer, you will see the paths leading upward.
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    How to get to the city?
    Through the city the railway goes that connects the capital of Serbia - Belgrade and Bar. In addition, the people of Podgorica love to spend their weekends here - thanks to the proximity of the resort to the capital. Only half an hour by train or car separates them from each other. Of course, there is a bus service in the city, and those who prefer to travel with comfort, will be able to take cars for rent.
    Sutomore hotels are also focused on travelers who are inclined to choose a budget vacation. The level of hotels and villas corresponds to approximately 3 * according to the international classification. This does not mean that there is no comfortable housing in Sutomore. It just lacks a touch of luxury, as it often happens in beach hotels of other countries.

    Directly on the beach in Sutomore there are more than 50 cafes and restaurants. Railway, which goes through the city, links the cities of Belgrade and Bar. The main part of the resort area in the summer (approximately from 1 June to 15 September) is intended only for pedestrians.

    The coastline of Sutomore and its outskirts abounds with quiet lagoons and bays, forests and picturesque rocks - these places are suitable for walking the best.
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    The powerful fortress wall surrounds the old town of Ulcinj. It is located on a high rocky promontory and is washed on three sides by the Adriatic Sea.

    In the eastern part of the town there is a Kalaja Castle, in the north wing there are fortress gates, which are the only entrance to the town from the land side. There is now an archaeological and ethnographic museum of Ulcinj in the old town. The dominant feature of the castle and around the Old Town is the tower Balsica, in which an art gallery is arranged. Near the tower, a former building of Catholic Cathedral of the Virgin Mary is located, where in the Middle Ages there was a Department of Ulcinj bishop (today the building of the cathedral is occupied by the archaeological museum). On the south side of the Old Town there is a Bay, bounded by the cape Ratislav on the south, where is a small town beach (Mala beach, Montenegrin - Mala plaža).
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    Fortress in old town of Ulcinj
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    Monastery Savina
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    Orthodox monastery of Savina in Herceg Novi, Montenegro. Savinov...
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    Church of St. Savva
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    Church of St. Savva
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    Church of the Dormition of the mother of God (Moraca monastery)
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    Church of the Dormition of the mother of God (Moraca monastery)
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    There is an amazing forest of black pines (Crna Poda) within the Tara river canyon. It is located between Bistrica and Dobrilovina, 950 meters above the sea. The pines reach 45 meters high and many of them are about 400 years old.

    Lifehack:You can get to the National park of Durmitor and the Tara river canyon faster, if go through Nikšić town. If you are interested in other sightseeing, you should pass by Kolašin take turn to Mojkovac.

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    Tara River Canyon in Montenegro
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    The island of St. Nicholas (Ostrvo Sveti Nikola).

    St. Nicholas Island is located in the Adriatic Sea just a kilometer away from Slovenska beach in Budva. This is mainly uninhabited piece of land is very well seen from any point of the coast of Budva Riviera. The length of the island of St. Nicholas is 2 km, area - 47 hectares. Entrance to the island is free.

    Locals call the beaches on this island - Hawaii (PlažaHawaii).
    It is not clear why Hawaii because the beaches there are quite unlike Hawaiian - they are rocky and pebbly. There are rocks and pebbles even in the water near the shore, so it would be difficult to walk in the area or go into the water without special shoes. And yet, in Montenegro there are several stories of the origin of the name of the island. Someone says that it was named due to the sea water around the island as the color of it is like on posters of tropical paradise. Someone says that there is an ancient church with the same name on the island, that was named after it. Some explain everything much easier and supposedly Island is called so because of the restaurant of the same name on the beach ...
    Sail to the island and choose which of the stories is most suitable for you. And maybe you will have your own idea about the origin of the name "Hawaii" ...

    If you look thoroughly at the map, you'll find that the island of St. Nicholas is connected with Budva by a small and narrow isthmus, which at low tide is at a depth of about half a meter. At that very time, many courageous tourists and locals try to pass this track to the island as the Savior, who walked on water. Of course, it looks amazing, fabulous and fascinating.
    Many stories and legends are also associated with this isthmus ... One of them is such. Once there was a violent storm, and Saint Sava could not get to the galley, leaving for Mount Athos. Holy threw a few rocks in the sea, because of this, a miracle-isthmus appeared and he was able to reach the vessel.

    This is not the only way to reach the island. There are others, though not so extravagant ways. In the tourist season to get to the island of St. Nicholas one can from Slovenska Beach in Budva or from the Old Town of Budva. Every half-hour or an hour different boats, ferries and cutters go to the island. Tickets can be purchased on the beach at the cashier, on the pier or at the boat driver.

    Lifehack: you have to be very careful when buying tickets! There are proposals to go for 3 euros there and back - is a very good option. It will only be necessary to save the ticket and on the way back take a boat of the same company (name of the company is on the ticket and the boat leaves the same place, where it gets it). But there are enterprising people, who may sell you a single ticket for the same price. This nuance has to be checked up at the spot.

    The very trip to the island is also quite interesting, while swimming you can see many interesting things, so be sure to prepare a camera. Amazing sea expanses, views of coastal towns and villages - Petrovac, Przno; beaches - Becici, Mogren, Kamenovo; to the right can be seen the Old Town of Budva and its high stone wall with a belfry; to the left - the island of St. Stephen; there are majestic mountains from all quarters, and ahead, in all its glory, appears St. Nicholas Island.

    And here you are. Boulders as if escaped from the water infinity, impress with their size and bizarre shapes. Dense vegetation contributes to inhabit of many birds and animals. This is a place for those who want to be away from civilization, enjoy the wildlife and escape awhile from the vanity of our time.
    The island has four bays for swimming. There you can rent 2 sunbeds + umbrella for the whole day for 10 € or 15 € depending on where in the bay you will lie. You can sunbathe on a towel completely free if, of course, you will be able to find a place and lie on the rocks ... Also there are some rocks from which most fearless jump into the sea.
    There is a cafe and a beach bar, where you can dine or quench your thirst. Prices at the restaurant are two times higher than in Budva. If you plan to be on the island all day long and want to save money, take food and water with you from Budva. There is definitely one toilet on the territory of a cafe, its price is € 0.5, but visitors of the café can use it for free.

    Pass to the main rocky part is fenced and there are no trails to be seen. The lighthouse on the other side of the island is visible on the map, but there is no pass to it. So, the only entertainment is lying on the beach, swimming or climbing on one of three rocks which is not fenced. 
    There are no playgrounds, entertainment of water amusement there.

    Lifehack: what is to bring to the island?

    - Special shoes to walk on stones (available almost everywhere);
    - Sunscreens;
    - Towel, hat;
    - If you do not rent sun-loungers and umbrellas, take dense mat and umbrella correspondingly;
    - Drinking water;
    - If you go for the whole day (economical variant), bring along something to snack;
    - Mask / goggles, snorkel, fins and so on for swimming;
    - rubber rings or sleeves, as well as toys for children.
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    St. Nicholas Island
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    If you want to enjoy the silence, tranquility, fresh, air and cool water, dive into an untouched natural beauty; having heard sound of the mountain spring, to hide in pine and beech forest - you cannot miss Zabojsko Lake. The most beautiful emerald green natural miracle is hidden at a height of 1477m of the North East part of Sinjavina mountain, on the border of Žabljak and Mojkovac municipalities, in Durmitor National Park. Being 19m deep, Zabojsko Lake is ranked the 3rd place of the lakes in Montenegro. The area is just 27600m², at the same time it has about 170000m³ of water supply. 
    Hikers often visit the lake. Special routs and excursions are organized here. Fisher men also feel like spend some time with rod, at least enjoying local landscapes and tranquility and as maximum feeling happy about rainbow trout abundance living here.

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    Zabojsko Lake
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    TOP 10 interesting places for kids in Montenegro.

    1. Mini zoo in Budva.
    Mini zoo in Budva
    Mini zoo in Budva is good for children and for adults as well. Zoo is located on the bus station and restaurant territory that makes it special. Despite the zoo is located on a bus station, it is well equipped and protected from the tourist crowd. Therefore parents can enjoy food and coffee while children have a look or feed beautiful and exotic animals. Besides zoo, there is children's playroom with animators.

    2. Dino Secrets, Park in Budva.
    Dino Secrets, Park in Budva
    An unusual park-museum with dinosaurs was opened in 2015. Children can dig out skeleton of dinosaurs in a paleontological zone, to visit exhibition with dinosaurs life-sized, ride on them, participate in an educational seminar, have fun in laser labyrinth and experience a real world of dinosaurs with interesting activities.

    3. Aqua Park in Herceg Novi
    Aqua Park in Herceg Novi
    There is a nice Aqua park in Herceg Novi located on the beach. So visiting beach can be funnier for your child. If you care and afraid for your children safety, you can visit Aqua park with them. The admission for adults is free. The cost for children may vary depending the season.

    4. Adventure Park in Lovcen
    Adventure Park in Lovcen
    If you visit Lovchen you can also visit a very interesting, fun and extreme place, Adventure Park. The park is equipped with numerous air paths with different obstacles and various level of complexity. This place can be interesting not only for children, but for adults as well. There are many other amusements. At entrance yon will be given special equipment for your safety. Admission to the park is 10 Euro for children under 14 and 18 Euro for 14+.

    5. Amusement park in Igalo "All for one Euro". 
    Amusement park in Igalo "All for one Euro"
    The biggest amusement park in Montenegro is located in Igalo. Every year it becomes bigger and bigger. There are many amusements: cars, merry-go-round, trampoline, etc. Unfortunately the name of the park does not correspond completely to the reality, some attritions cost a little higher, but still price is small. There is an amusement park in Budva in summer, which is not worst, but even better than the one in Igalo. There are new and modern attractions children and their parents will definitely like. The average price per attraction was 2 Euro in 2015.

    6. Stable in Lastva
    Stable in Lastva
    Horseracing has always been a sport for aristocrats. Children were taught to ride a horse and got all-round personality development at the same time. You can become closer to aristocrats and employ a child in Donja Lastva. This activity will be not only interesting but also developmental.

    7. Carting in Podgorica
    Carting in Podgorica
    Older children can practice carting in Montenegro. Small carting grounds are open in many towns near the sea. A professional instructor will guide your child. If your children are small, they can ride cars in any amusement park and even along the beach. There are many offers, you just need to pick up.
    Skadar Lake
    Small children are curious for everything, that is why Skadar Lake is also may be interesting for them. It is the biggest lake at the Balkans located in Montenegro and partially in Albania. The lake is amazingly beautiful and rich with flora and fauna. Your child will definitely find what to do here.

    9.  Aesthetics in Bar
    Aesthetics in Bar
    Teach your child to esthetic beauty since young age by walking around Old Towns of Montenegro. There are many Old Towns, they are different, but at the same time rich with history. Your child and you will definitely enjoy it.

    10. Sea trip
    Sea trip
    Sea trip around numerous beautiful islands and landscapes will be a nice addition to your holiday. Swimming in the open sea will be nice adventure for your child and you.
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    TOP 10 places to practice extreme

    Drive, move, emotions... As a rule, admirers of extreme holidays get the brightest and unforgettable emotions. It is you who chooses to fall into an abyss from 100m height or go through the obstacles on high speed, and we just propose you what to do in Montenegro. Believe us, we have something to propose.

    1. Nevidio Canyon

    Nevidio Canyon

    The Canyon is located between the two confronted mountains Durmitor and Vojnik separated by the Komarnica river. Nevidio has become the last conquered canyon in Europe, which was opened just in 1965 by the group of professional mountaineers from Niksic. This natural magic place is hidden under 400m mountains. Narrow channels less than 0,5 meter width, the most dangerous one is "Gates of kamikaze" 25cm width, jumping into deep canyons and knickpoints will take your breath away! All true nature lovers and extreme fans should definitely visit Nevidio Canyon.

    2. Parachuting

    Parachuting  Probably parachuting is the most adrenalin activity. Some seconds of free fall lasting as an eternity... Get a bird's-eye view of huge mountains, amazing landscapes and feel free. You can just soar in the sky and enjoy it. Felling good and fear at the same time. Enjoy adrenalin, speed and life. Not everybody has guts to try it, but if you do, then visit Podgorica. There are two places, where you can experience full helplessness and freedom at the same time, club "Wings of Podgorica" or club "Titograd". Cost of training and flight is 150-200 Euros. The duration is 3 days. Go ahead!

    3. ​Paragliding


    Paragliding is less extreme, dangerous and cheaper. It is simple, you can practice it everywhere. There are many proposals of flight with an instructor along the seaside. Paragliding is a flight with special parachute similar to a wing. It is light and responsive, without motor and unlike parachute you can land anywhere. Even beginners can learn how to manage with it in a half an hour. Anyway, the most important thing for your safety is to fly together with an instructor. An average price is 60 Euro, but emotions you will get far more, especially in such a beautiful country.

    4. ​Sea diving

    Sea diving To dive into the sea means to get to another world, which is unfamiliar, unreal and still attractive. To dive into the sea world, first you need is to get certificate. Local and European organizations provide this service: PADI, NAUI, PSS, CMAS. Then feel free to explore sea life and shipwreck.

    5. Diving in the caves

    Diving in the caves  Cave diving is rather dangerous kind of sport with high requirements and price as well. First, you should have diver's certificate and experience. Depending the diving level, you may require cave-diver's certificate. Second, your equipment should be of the highest quality. Third, you should be well trained, the visibility under the water changes quickly, from transparent to complete dark. There is no chance to come to the surface fast. What is more, there are many "surprises" in the cave, like narrow paths and gaps. But you have a chance to find many interesting things and see fish.

    6. Rafting on Tara River

    Rafting on Tara River The Tara River canyon is the second longest in the world and the biggest in Europe, after Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in USA. There are more than 50 rifts you can overcome by boat or wooden rafts. Wonderful views and pure water with a portion of extreme during swimming along canyon will produce unforgettable impressions on you! You can book this kind of excursion in any tourist agency. An average cost is just 60 Euro.

    7. Alpinism and rock-climbing

    Alpinism and rock-climbing

    Mountains in Montenegro are quite favorable place for alpinism. The bravest tourists try to conquer Prokletje Mountains. It is almost vertical, therefore if you are not experienced climber, you should start with less dangerous spots. For example Perlitor (Durmitor Mountains) is nice for the start. Do not forget the main rules: feel sure of yourself, prepare professional, tried and true equipment (including shoes) and conquer the peaks with professional instructor.

    8. Bungee jumping

    Bungee jumping

    There is one more way to experience free fall and see all beauty of Montenegrin Mountains and landscapes, of cause if you dare to open your eyes. Bungee jumping is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord to your legs. You can try "Bungee" in Budva, on Slovenska beach. This jump is less impressive, the platform is just 40 m. high. But still it is good. On top, you will get T-shirt, cap and video with your jump.

    9. Zipline

    Zipline in Montenegro You can enjoy Zipline on the same Durdevica bridge. We have already described the beauty of the lake and the scenery, so we just propose you to try. The cost of the short ride-fly is 10 Euro, and 20 Euro for a long one. If you are afraid, you can practice double ride, but your partner will be on the second line, close to you. There is one more Zipline close to Budva, near Rybnyak. It is smaller, but the landscape is also nice.

    10. ​Adventure park in Lovchen

    Adventure park in Lovchen Adventure park in Lovchen provides numerous air trails and land amusements with obstacles to overcome. Every level has own program. Even children can practice activity, which is an additional advantage. There are attractions and trails designed for kids. "Tarzan's trail" will let you experience whole range of emotions and you will see if you are ready for sharp turnings...

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    Convent Zdrebaonik located near the town of Danilovgrad, 17 km from the Ostrog monastery. The name of the monastery comes from the word "zdravie" that in the Slavic language means "Church estate, property." There are several versions of who founded the monastery - Prince Vukan of Zeta, son of Prince Stefan, king Milutin. But in any case, all converge in the opinion that the founder was someone from the representatives of the dynasty nemanjic, and that the Foundation of the monastery should be attributed to the 13th-14th centuries. In those days the monastery was metham (slave) of the monastery Moraca.

    The main temple, consecrated in honor of St. Michael the Archangel, erected in 1818 on the foundations of an ancient temple from the times of the nemanjic. The monastery complex consists of a Church, a large hospice house and several smaller buildings that were used as classrooms. The Church of St. Archangel Michael built in typical Montenegrin style churches - hewn sturdy grey stone. The Church altar is decorated with the Holy see, in the middle is the main icon created by the monks of Svyatogorsk. In 1819 the monastery was built two-storey Konak (hospice). Now live in it about ten nuns and the prioress. In the monastery icon workshop.

    In 1856, the monastery keeps relics of Saint Arsenios of Simca. He was the second Archbishop and successor of Saint Sava - the founder of the Serbian Autocephalous Orthodox Church. The relics of this Saint many miracles and healings. Between 1884 and 1914, these relics were stored elsewhere in the monastery Kosijerevo, but then returned to Zdrebaonik. In addition to the relics of Saint Arsenios here lie the relics of the Holy Martyr Fevronia.

    The Church of St. Michael the Archangel is a classic for Montenegrin temples structure with straight flat walls and semi-circular altar jog. Inside the temple there is a balcony for the choir, an altar with icons of Arsenius, and St. Sava, as well as a case, with the imperishable relics. In addition to the Church in the monastery complex included a large hospice, built in 1819, as well as a number of new buildings — a refectory, a library and an icon workshop. Since 1994, the monastery Zdrebaonik is a female Orthodox monastery belonging to the Montenegrin-coastal Metropolitan of the Serbian Orthodox Church.

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     Botanical Garden of Daniel Vinchek (Dulovina) is located at an altitude of 1018 m. above sea level in the southern part of Kolasin. The garden is located on a hill, and its very location provides optimal conditions for the growth of 400 species of plants, most of which are endemic, and approximately 80% of which is classified as a medicinal herb.

     Botanical Garden in Kolasin appeared in 1981, thanks to the efforts of an amateur botanist Daniel Vinchek. By organizing this garden, he found the best way to preserve valuable and rare plants growing in remote places. Daniel Vinchek is helped by his wife Vera in everything.

     On the area of 646 square meters is created a natural environment for the growth of trees, shrubs and herbs typical to this place. Botanical Garden staff conduct scientific research, observing the plants, photographing them and thus making files on each of their ward. All plants in the botanical garden have nameplates, that make a walk through the garden more interesting and informative.

     The most important exhibit of the botanical garden is considered to be a typical for the Balkan Peninsula, but not found anywhere else tree - Pinus Peuce with a 5-needle structure of branches.

     Some plants have names associated not only with their native habitat, but also with famous Montenegrins, for example, a violet of King Nikola or a rose of Queen Milena. The founder of the garden also got such an honour, a plant Alchemilla vulgaris now has a name of Alchemilla Vincheka
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    Botanical garden of Daniel Vincek (Dulovina)
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    In Montenegro, there are quite a lot of different ancient fortresses and forts. But all these historical places are not any medieval feudal castles - "eagle's nests", where lords lived - owners of the surrounding lands, as in Western Europe. Here they are really powerful defenses, where military garrisons stood and repulsed the constant offensive of enemy troops from all sides. And even if in some of them local aristocrats also lived, after themselves they did not leave even a hint of luxurious palace chambers and their elite residence in the fortress walls. In the territory of present Montenegro, some buildings were built to protect them from pirates (like the Fortress of the Holy Cross in Perast), some Montenegrins erected to protect themselves from invaders, and many were built by conquerors themselves to control the local population.

    Since the beginning of the nineteenth century, when the Kotor lands were controlled by the Austrian Empire, the Austrians did not become an exception and began to erect here their modern and purely military fortresses for the defense of the occupied lands. Until now, many fortresses of the times of Austria-Hungary have survived in Montenegro, some of them are in good condition, some are completely looted and destroyed, and many are simply forgotten, abandoned and given to the power of nature. All these fortresses today are united only by one thing: they all have lost their former strategic purpose, are deserted and are not protected at all now. One of such places is the Vrmac fortress ("Tvrđava Vrmac").
    Austrian fortress Vrmac.

    The Vrmac mountain range, dividing the Kotor and Tivat bays from the Bay of Kotor, has always played an important strategic role for military control over the adjacent territories. Therefore, it is not surprising that the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which gained power over the Montenegrin lands in the XIX century, built in these places the defensive fortress Vrmac. There is a fort at the top of the mountain of the same name, near the village of Muo. Its geographical coordinates are: 42 ° 25'15 ", 18 ° 44'57 ".
    Austrian fortress Vrmac in Montenegro
    The fortress of Vrmac is one of three fortresses designed to protect the Bay of Kotor from the east, in the direction towards the historical Montenegro. This complex of defensive structures-Vrmac, Gorazda, Trinity, and also several other batteries, covered in due time nearby cities from a possible assault attack, which could be landed in the bay of Przno.

    The fortress Vrmac, like Gorazda, refers to the type of entrenched fortresses, which were built either in grooves, like the fort of Gorazda, or surrounded by an earthen rampart. The enemy, in order to take such a fortress, would first have to attack the rampart, and only then somehow force a deep and wide anti-personnel ditch with caponiers, metal stakes with barbed wire.
    Austrian fortress Vrmac in Montenegro
    Its design embodied all the achievements of the fortification science of the time. The structure has a trapezoidal shape in plan and consists of the rear part (called "gorza") and two gun casemates, one of which is directed towards Tivat and the other towards the Bay of Kotor. The floor (facing the enemy) part is a powerful wall, and the whole structure is surrounded by a moat, along which flanking (longitudinal) fire from two side caponiers could be conducted. One more, the mountaineer caponier served to defend the entrance to the fort. Shells for long-range guns were sent from the underground arsenal with a mechanized elevator. Over the surface of the earth can be counted two floors, but much higher height of the fort was dug deep into the hill. It is this fortress of Vrmac that appears before us, seemingly unassailable.

    History of the fortress Vrmac.​

    The fortress Vrmac was built in 1894-1897 (a little later than Gorazda) in place of the old Austrian battery that existed here since 1858, served to control the Montenegrin artillery positions on Mount Lovcen and guarded the mountain serpentine from Kotor in Cetinje.

    After the completion of the construction, Fort Vrmac was for a long time the most modern fortification of the Kotor naval port. Here, 182 servicemen constantly served: 5 officers and 177 representatives of lower ranks. The weapons consisted mainly of howitzers (about 12 units) and 12 gunnery guns.

    At the end of the 19th century, the fort was modernized - the casemate were fortified with additional armored shields manufactured by the Skoda factory, and 360 ° armored hoods were mounted on the roof of the fortress to fire air targets (this was caused by the appearance of military aviation). At that time, the fortress seemed completely inaccessible and until the outbreak of World War I it did not participate in any military conflict.

    During the First World War, the fortress Vrmac was in the center of the fighting between Austria-Hungary and Montenegro. The worst times fortress had in October 1914, when Montenegrin troops were actively bombarding Vrmac and Gorazda with artillery from Lovcen, and as a result, a warehouse with shells was blown up and the fortress was seriously damaged. On October 23, 1914, the fortress had 176 damages and was already ready to surrender, if it had not been for the additional naval forces that had arrived on time in the bay, which could neutralize the Montenegrin attack of the battery on Lovcen. Since that time, the whole forest around the fortress has been literally strewn with shell holes, but it is not visible on the fortress itself, since, most likely, the Austrians, having repulsed the Montenegrin attacks, have made the necessary repairs. In 1916, the fortress again began to function and again took defensive positions.

    During the Second World War, the fortress of Vrmac was used by Italian troops to repel enemy strikes.

    Some time later, when the fortress had completely disarmed and removed all the guards from it, an Orthodox priest settled here. From the fragments of stones, he made the stove in the corner, and painted the wall with icons.

    Lifehack: Everyone can see these icons, as well as get to know the life and device of the fort closer! The main thing is not to be afraid of creeping along dark, unknown abandoned fortresses, and take a flashlight with you.

    Now the fort is abandoned, but it is frequently visited by fortress lovers, as well as everyone wishing to enjoy stunning views of the Bay of Kotor - from the height of the Vrmac hill, there are beautiful panoramas to the Old Kotor and the Fortress of St. John.

    How to get to the fortress Vrmac?​

    You can get to the fortress Vrmats on your own or rented car on quite good road from the Trinity Pass, where there is another battery. Now the road is asphalted, but it's just the top layer. But the foundation, which still does not sink or crumble, was laid in 1882!

    Lifehack: You can get to the fortress in another rather easy way. Take a taxi in Kotor or Tivat and ask to get you to "Tvrdavu Vrmats" (Serb fortress Vrmac). The cost of the trip will be a maximum from ten to fifteen euros according to taxi meter.

    Before you order a taxi, see the approximate price of the trip or a fixed transfer price (depending on the departure city and company) on our website, or in our free Application “ Guide around Montenegro / Way to Montenegro" in the Apple Store or Google Play.

    You can also go up to the fortress in another, much more interesting way - from Kotor, from the village of Muo, directly from the city police station the tourist hiking trail, built also by the Austrians even earlier, in 1860 !!!

    With this mountain path, there are all the same problems as with all the local trails - while it goes through the village of Muo, it is easy to lose, because it is just a lane that branches several times. From a certain point it leaves the settlement and just dissolves. (Right picture on the photo below)

    Lifehack: On the way to the top, the next pointer "Planinarska staza - Vrmac" strains directly into the courtyard of the apartment house ... And it's also very Montenegrin. It turns out the path goes straight through the site, but it is not very well seen, since after the earthquake in 1979 it was partially blocked and rarely visited.
    Добраться к крепости Врмац можно несколькими способами как на автомобиле так и пешком.
    This road is now in a bad condition - here and there it is simply destroyed, sometimes filled up with crumbling stones, and sometimes even completely blocked by collapsed large pines. Once it was clearly wide and comfortable (the cart could have traveled), and now it has left a trail along which one person will pass with difficulty. Despite all this, many tourists still go to the fortress just this "wild" path, as the stunning views of the old town of Kotor and the Bay of Kotor throughout the route more than compensation for all the difficulties and inconveniences. This road is built in such a way that after an hour and a half of leisurely walking you find yourself at an altitude of about 700 meters above sea level - direct ascent would take much more time and effort, and in some cases require special climbing training.

    Among other things, you can simply book a tour of the Austro-Hungarian fortresses of Montenegro, within which you will visit several fortresses at once, and an experienced guide will tell you the history of the erection of these fortifications, supplemented by many interesting facts.

    Walk through the fortress Vrmac and the surrounding area.​

    On the territory near the fort Vrmac there are many different military buildings. Previously, there was a military base, and now only the ruins of once powerful buildings. Surrounds the fortress is a pretty pine forest, and this is perhaps the only place above which is particularly well breathing.
    Military base and guard post near the fortress Vrmac, in Montenegro
    The most interesting here is the magnificent views that open from the top of the Vrmac mountain range. It is from h the old city of Kotor, the Bay of Kotor and various settlements along the coast - Perast, Dobrota, Ljuta, etc. are perfectly visible.
    Views of the old town of Kotor, Boka Bay, Perast, Dobrota, Ljuta, etc., opening from the top of the mountain range and the fortress Vrmac.
    And so the fortress Vrmac looks from the road:
    Форт Врмац в Черногории
    And now let's go inside the fortress and examine all its hidden and interesting places. Unlike fortresses in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you can enter it quite calmly, without fear for your life.

    The fortress Vrmac consists of 3 floors and a cistern in the lowest room. Despite the fact that the fort has not been protected for a long time, it is not so easy to get there. The iron double-leaf doors of the main entrance are locked. But! Next to them there is a kind of "entrance" through the window, with the help of which you can climb inside. Once inside the fortress, you immediately realize that inside it is still preserved, but in some places it looks much worse than outside...

    Lifehack: We advise you to take a flashlight and good waterproof shoes with you. First, inside there are corridors in which absolutely nothing is visible. Secondly, holes in the floor represent an excellent opportunity to fall into the secret rooms - from the first floor you can fall into the tank, and on the second floor - a huge hole in the floor, covered with rotten parts of woods. Thirdly, inside the fortress there are a lot of puddles and damp premises.
    The entrance to the fortress Vrmac
    Well, let's have a walk through all the floors of the fortress.

    First floor.

    Unlike Fort Gorazda, which looks completely untouched, Vrmac during the First World War suffered greatly from Montenegrin bombardments. Inside the fortress there are casemates, in which even something has been preserved - electric locker, insulators, some channel - ventilation or for laying communications. One of the rooms on the ground floor is the toilets.
    Туалеты в крепости Врмац
    The ceilings in Vrmac are vaulted, made of bricks, which is not typical for Austrian buildings. Passages are strange, labyrinth type, the letter P, which end in dead ends. Perhaps, these are traces of the previous temporary fortress, which was here before. Of the brick also made and a tank, located even lower. On the walls of the fortress, you can see original records - "Grobari" is a Serbian football gang which autographs can be seen much in the Balkans.

    Lifehack: Bats live in the fortress. They will not do harm, but if you break their peace, then they begin to panic and can simply accidentally crash into you.

    Second floor

    The second floor of the fortress is a room for guns covered with thick metal shells. Inside, there is such a cinematic atmosphere that it seems, a maniac with a chainsaw appeared in front of you.

    Lifehack: By the way, if you look closely, you can distinguish the inscription on the armored shell "E. Skoda Pilsen 1896" - the same inscription is present on the shells of guns in the fortress of Gorazda.​
    Второй этаж крепости Врмац — это закрытые толстыми металлическими панцирями помещения для орудий.
    One of the rooms on the second floor is painted with icons and in the corner there are sags from many candles. They say that at one time a monk-hermit lived here, he painted walls and a metal protective shell for guns.

    Lifehack: Be careful, walking along the second floor, as this ambush awaits you. The ceilings are high, so it's very long to fly. This obstacle does not even need to be overcome. You can go around the third floor and go down the other stairs to the inaccessible part of the second floor.​
    Дыра в полу в крепости Врмац
    We continue to move on. Wooden staircase with handrails leading to the third floor, still preserved in its original form!

    Third floor

    The third floor is built with very low ceilings and you will have to go almost bent over. But the biggest challenge is a huge puddle along the entire corridor, which appears here after the rains. Here you will need dense and waterproof shoes. On the third floor you can find nests of smaller guns with rotating shells. There is also an elevator mechanism, which in ancient times served for the supply of shells.
    Подъемный (лифтовой) механизм в крепости Врмац
    From the third floor you can get to the roof of the fortress. Above, it is very well camouflaged with bright green moss, bushes and some flowers and if not protruding ventilation pipes, it is not immediately clear that you are on the top of a defensive structure, and not just on a mountain in the forest.
    Крыша форта Врмац в Черногории

    This of course is not all that can be seen in the fortress itself and in the surrounding area. But here, as they say, it is better to see once than hear a hundred times...
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    The Austrian fortress Vrmac in Montenegro
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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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    Bigova beach (Bigova plaža) is a concrete and rocky beach with sandy sections. It is located in the bay close to Bigovo small town. The history of a former fish village makes itself felt, fishing boats are still berthing here. Dozens of meters of the beach consist of concrete section. There are also rocky and sandy sections famous for its therapeutic mud. There are parking and quay at the territory of beach. There are many cafes and restaurants along quay.  
    Bigova beach in Montenegro
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    Dobrec beach (Dobreč plaža) is a small gravel beach, 70 meters long. It is located in the bay. Those who like private space will enjoy the beach. Since it can be reached only by boat or sea taxi, it is uncrowded. Besides beauty and privacy, there are all conveniences: sun loungers, umbrellas, changing rooms, shower, WC, pier, cafes and sea rescue service.  
    Dobrec beach
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     Buljarica Beach is located 2 km from Petrovac in the direction of Bar city. Its length is 2400 meters. It is one of the biggest beaches on Adriatic seashore and the largest in Budva Riviera. It is easy to get to the beach by car, by boat or hiking the path above the hill from Lucice Beach.  The part of the beach is equipped with the beach accessories. There are restaurants and cafe-bars. Those who like swimming will enjoy a convenient water entry. For ones who enjoy hiking, there is a picturesque bay around.
    Buljarica beach in Petrovac
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    Guvance beach (Guvance plaža) is a gravel beach. It is a continuation of Slovenska beach. There are restaurants, bars and renting sun loungers along the beach. There is parking.  
    Guvance beach in Montenegro
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    Petrovac Beach is located in a picturesque bay surrounded by the rocks, olive groves and pine forests between the cities Bar and Budva. The main beach (the length is 800 meters) is covered by red tiny gravel. There is a small port and fortress Castello.  The second beach is Lučice (the length is 200 meters), it is located in 500 meters from the main beach. There is a wide choice of different sea attractions. Katic and Sveta Nedelja islands are located some way from the sea shore and there is a place for diving. The beaches take the whole sea shore of the city and stretch along the city walking district. There are many restaurants, cafes and souvenirs shops close to the beach.  
    Petrovac beach
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    Rafailovići Beach is located in a small town of the same name, 4 km from Budva in the direction of Sveti Stefan. This is a chick beach of gravel and sand with the flat entry into the water. There are no large cobbles and sea urchins. Its length is 0,5 km.There are tourist facilities: changing rooms and shower, you can rent sun loungers and umbrellas (approximately 6-8 Euros). There are many cafes, restaurants and bars on the beach, we you can try traditional and European cuisine. The wide choice of fish and sea products, beer, wine and refreshments.
    Rafailovići beach


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    From January 16 to February 27, 2019, every Wednesday from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm, in the cafe-restaurant Pivnica Nik Gold, which is located on the waterfront in the resort town of...
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    From February 1 to March 23, 2019, in the resort town of Herceg Novi (Montenegro), which is located in the Bay of Kotor, will be held the traditional 50th anniversary Mimosa...
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    From February 23 to March 3, 2019, the Traditional Winter Kotor Carnival will be held in the resort town of Kotor (Montenegro)! The traditional Kotor Carnival, which has a...
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