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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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    National Park Durmitor
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    Ulcinj is the southernmost city on the coast of Montenegro, in fact the last major city of Montenegro before bordering Albania. This city is the main one in the Ulcinska Riviera. The majority of the population of Ulcinj is made up of ethnic Albanians, almost 70% of the total population. Local residents mostly speak Albanian, and it becomes obvious already at the entrance to the city. All road signs and signs are duplicated from Montenegrin to Albanian. In summer this part of the coast is especially popular with the Albanian population from Kosovo. Ulcinj, perhaps the most colorful city among all Montenegrin resorts, in the atmosphere of this city there is something eastern.
     

    History of the city.


    The history of the city has more than a dozen centuries and explains many features and even strangeness of Ulcinj. For example, why are the minarets quietly neighbors with a typical European fortress. More than 2,500 years ago, the first Illyrian settlements appeared in this region, that is, in the Bronze Age, people already lived here. This is indirectly confirmed by archaeological finds near the village of Zogaj. Old Ulcinj was founded in V BC by Greek colonists from Kohida and called it Kohinium. Already in 163 BC the city was captured by the Roman Empire - it received a new name of Olcinium and even a certain independence. After the fall of Rome, the city, which by that time was the capital of pirates and slavers on the Adriatic, became part of the Byzantine Empire.

    In 1183, the city was conquered by Stefan Neman, under which it became one of the prosperous shopping centers of the Adriatic coast. And already in 1356 Ulcinj together with other lands of the Zeta goes under the control of the Balsic dynasty.

    However, the unique geographical position, features of the terrain and climate made it a desired prey for the conquerors, so the walls of the city were destroyed during the next attacks, and were strengthened by new owners. In 1423, Ulcin was captured the soldiers of the Venetian Republic, renamed it into Dulcinjo and transferred to Venetian Albania. During the Ottoman wars, Christians took refuge in the city.
    In 1571, nevertheless, the Turks conquered Ulcinj and turned it into a powerful bastion to fight against Venice. This era of government lasted until the end of the XIX century, until, finally, in 1880, the city became a part of Montenegro.
     

    Sights.


    Take a walk from the main street of the city - Marshal Tito Boulevard to Hafiz Ali Ulcinaku Street, which will lead you to the sea through the historical center. The architecture of this street has strong oriental motifs. It is especially beautiful in the evening. Here there is a unique atmosphere, for example, the minaret of the main mosque Namazdiakh, built in 1828, and the clock tower erected in 1754.

    After walking about 500 m, you will get to the fork. Go along the street to the left and you will go to the city beach. The Small beach offers an amazing view of the Old Town. The old town of Ulcinj (Stari Grad Uljcinj), like many others, suffered greatly during the last major earthquake in 1979, but most of it has already been restored. In the Old Town the city museum of Ulcinj is located. And from the observation deck you can make stunning photos of the city views, the sandy beach, houses and mosques towering above them.
    Ulcinj
    Lifehack: the cheapest fruits and vegetables are sold on the market in Ulcinj, and when the season of watermelons and melons begins, cheaper price you won’t find anywhere else in Montenegro.
     

    Beaches.


    The swimming season on the beaches of Ulcinj lasts longer than in the rest of Montenegro - usually from the end of April to early November. And most importantly, this area is famous for its endless sandy beaches:

    • Mala plaza - a sandy beach right by the walls of the Old Town;
    • Velika plaza - a sandy beach with black sand, with a length of 13 km, and the width of the coastline is up to 60 meters. To imagine that there is not enough space for someone is extremely difficult.
    • Ada Bojana is a nudist beach known all over the world, located on the "island", formed by the two hands of the delta of the Ada Bojana River, which flows from Skadar Lake. Thus, this beach is bathed from both sides by a river, and from the third one by Adriatic Sea. On the beach there is a large number of fish restaurants, which treat freshly caught fish from the river Ada Bojana.
    • Women's Beach (Zenska plaža) - the second largest nudist beach, about which there are legends that here it is possible to recover from infertility and improve female health.

    Lifehack: in the afternoon on Velika plaža and Ada Bojana beaches a strong wind rises, so these beaches are ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing lovers.
     

    What to see in the vicinity of the city?


    You can start studying the Riviera from the small resort village of Dobra Voda. It is surrounded by oak and olive groves and is known for its healing air.
    Добра Вода
    Not far from the city there is the village Kruce, which is famous for the beach "Valdanos" and the bay, which crashed deep into the land. One of the boundaries of the beach is a sheer rock of unusual white color. Next to the olive grove there is a huge auto camping.

    On a small island near the Kruce there are the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Olcinium. On the north side of the island, the parts of the fortress walls are preserved, and behind them there are the remains of small buildings and the church of the 12th-13th centuries. Another famous area is the lighthouse on Cape Mendra, built in the 13th century. And functioning until now. Its keeper conducts free and interesting excursions to the lighthouse.

    If botany attracts you more than history, take a stroll through the olive forest, where there are about 74,000 trees. It stretches for 5 km from the beach "Valdanos" to the city itself. Another miracle of nature located near Ulcinj - a glacial lake. The reservoir lies between the Rumija mountain and the Ada Boyana river and attracts many eco-tourism enthusiasts. This is not surprising, because in this place you can feel a complete union with nature, enjoy the silence and watch the birds, which are more than 240 species on the lake. The area of the water mirror is more than 360 hectares.

    On the shore of the lake, near the village of Sas, there are the ruins of the medieval town Svac. The city was founded by the Byzantine emperor Justinian, at the beginning of the 6th century, and around 1183 was conquered by Stephen Nemanj. Svac was an independent city and even minted its own coin. It is true that in 1241 the city was razed to the ground by the Mongols, but by the efforts of Helena of Anjou it was restored by the end of the century. However, in 1575 the history of the city ended - there were only ruins left. In the northern part of Svac, near the gate, there is the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, built in Romanesque style in 1300. Previously, this place was the older cathedral, probably destroyed by the Mongols in the middle of the VIII century. This is evidenced by the remains of an ancient masonry near its western wall. Archaeological excavations in the vicinity of Svac is going to be continued.
     

    How to get to the city?


    If you are planning a vacation in Ulcinj, then it's better to fly to Podgorica Airport. But to get to Ulcinj from Tivat will not be difficult either. You can order a taxi or use public transport. From Budva to Ulcinj, you can also get by bus, but it's better to travel by car, as in the surrounding area you can also see a lot of interesting things.
     

    Hotels in Ulcinj


    Hotels in Ulcinj are ready to offer their guests accommodation of different levels. Quite large is the choice of modest hotels, designed for unassuming travelers. View all the offers you can by clicking on the link. Regardless of the cost of living, hospitality and cordiality are waiting for the guests of all hotels.

    Picturesque, like almost all the coastal cities of Montenegro, Ulcinj has its own special appearance, its own special color. There are excellent beaches and the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing holiday and sunbathe on the biggest beach in Montenegro.
     

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    Ulcin
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    The tourist town of Kotor Bay in the northern part of Montenegro, which is definitely worth a visit - Herceg Novi, is located on a narrow strip of coast in the valley of the mountain Orjien. It is the administrative center of the homonymous municipality with a population of about 13,000 inhabitants.
     

    History of the city.


    Archaeological finds indicate that the first Illyrian settlements on the site of the modern Herceg Novi appeared even in the times of Antiquity. The city itself was founded in 1382 by the Bosnian king Tvrtko I as a defensive structure, and was called Sveti Stefan, now this name bears another city in Montenegro. For medieval Bosnia, this fortress was of great strategic importance and was the most important outlet to the sea. After the death of the king, the power passed to Prince Sandal Hhranic from the Kosac dynasty. During his reign, the city experienced a strong economic recovery and functioned as a major center of salt trade. At the time of the reign of Stefan Vukcic, the city became known as Herceg Novi. In 1466, the Venetian Republic made an offer to the Duke of Vukcić to exchange Herceg Novi to the city of Risan on the island of Brač and the palace in Split, but the duke refused.

    The special position of Herceg Novi fueled interest in it both in the Republic of Venice and in the Ottoman Empire. In 1482 the Turks still managed to conquer the city, and it became the center of piracy and slave trade. The Ottoman period lasted just a bit more than 200 years.

    In 1687, after a 30-day siege, the Turks were forced to surrender the city to the Venetian Republic, and the city became part of the Venetian Republic as part of the province of Albania Veneta. Venetian domination continued until 1797, as in the entire Boka Bay of Kotor. Surprisingly, in 1806-1807 Herceg Novi was under Russian patronage. Until 1918, the government of the city passed from France to Austria. During the Napoleonic wars, the power of the city passed to the France, and then to the Austrians owned it until 1918, then the city became part of Yugoslavia until its disintegration.
     

    Attractions of Herceg Novi.


    At the very entrance to the city in the park "Savinskaja dubrava" surrounded by oaks, cypresses, chestnuts and pines there is a monument of early Balkan Christianity - the Orthodox monastery Savina, one of the oldest in Montenegro.
    Monastery Savina
    The monastery of Savina (Manastir Savina) is a male Orthodox monastery, which is located in the same area of Savino, directly adjacent to the Old City of Herceg Novi. The monastery was founded by monks who left Trebinje (Bosnia and Herzegovina). The monastery is a complex of buildings - the Great Assumption Church, the Church of St. Sava, the Small Assumption Church. In the Great Assumption Church there is an icon of the Mother of God of Savin. This church is also considered the best example of the architectural style of baroque on the whole Adriatic coast. Russian, Greek and Italian antique icons, censers, crosses, jewelry and letters are kept in the monastery. In the vestry there are unique relics: a 13th-century crystal cross of St. Sava, an icon of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker of the 18th century. The shroud of 1642, the silver vessel for chrismation of 1648, and much more.

    The local library has more than 5000 books, of which about 50 are handwritten. Among the most valuable exhibits are the Gospel of 1375, the Octoechos (5 voices) of 1375 and the Savinsky tavern of the 16th century. It also contains the primer published in Russia in 1692, according to which the future poet and ruler of Montenegro, Petar II Petrovic Njegos, learned to read and write.

    In these places much is connected with the Russian empire. Nearby there is the Russian memorial cemetery, where Russian immigrants who came here after the October Revolution are buried.

    Acquaintance with the city itself begins with the bus station. First of all, the fortifications of the city deserve attention - because of the strategically important location at the entrance to Kotor Bay in the city there are defensive structures erected by all who owned it: Venetians, Turks, Austrians, Spaniards and Montenegrins. At fortifications located at various levels, picturesque views of the surroundings burst upon the eye.
    Herceg Novi
    In the southern part of the city, near the coastline, there is the Citadel, built by the Venetians for protection from the sea, and then remade by the Turks and Austrians. In 1979, it was almost destroyed by an earthquake, and today you can only see the remains of the fallen walls in the sea.

    Not far from the Citadel, above the mountain, going along the sea, on the rock is the Sea Fortress (Forte Mare). Since its erection by the Bosnian King Tvrtko I in 1382 the construction of the city began. This fortress was then the main observation post. Being on a steep rock, it grows as if straight out of the water. This sea fort is now used for entertainment, here the cinema opens in summer, and sometimes this fortress functions like a night club.
    Fortress in Herceg Novi
    In the northern part of the Old Town there is another fortress - the Bloody Tower (Kanli Kula). In the XVI century it was built by the Turks at an altitude of 85 m above sea level, and originally it was part of a complex system of defensive structures. Then there was a prison here, and nowadays there are various theatrical performances here, including the festival of the same name theater Kanli Kula. It's hard to say how the visiting of this fortress will impress you, it is not very well preserved. But the fact that the view from here is beautiful cannot be doubted.

    Lifehack: visiting the fortress costs 1 euro. In non-season it is very often closed.

    To the north-west of the Blood Tower on the hill Bajer is situated the fortress Spanjola. It was erected in the XV-XVI centuries. At a height of 180 m above sea level to protect the upper city. The name of the fortress is associated with a brief Spanish period in the history of Herceg Novi.

    To get to the Old Town, you can walk along the pedestrian street of Njegoseva and go out to the western part of the city, where one of the ancient city symbols is located - the Clock Tower or the Sut-Kula.
    Negosheva Street and Clock Tower
    The main church of the proud is the Church of St. Archangel Michael - the Orthodox Church in Belavica Square, inside the Old Town. Despite the relatively late date of construction - 1911 - in the guise of this church intertwined Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic styles, which elevates it to the rank of the most striking monuments of Christian architecture on the coast of Montenegro.
    Church of St. Michael the Archangel
    Outside the Old Town streets of Herceg Novi are smothered in greenery. The richest collection of vegetation is in the City Park. There are more than 100 species of subtropical and tropical plants, including relict ones, including palm trees, oleanders, eucalyptuses, magnolias, cacti, agaves, camellias and, of course, mimosa, a symbol of the city.

    Walking a little further along the sea, you will go to the Museum of Local Lore, which has been operating since 1953. The museum features ethnographic, historical and archaeological expositions, as well as a collection of icons.

    The best place to spend leisure is the embankment of Pet Danica. It stretches for 7 km along the whole city - from the village Meline to the neighboring town of Igalo. Igalo is a well-known medical and tourist center. The combination of mountain and sea air forms a unique local microclimate. These sites have long been known as medicinal properties of coastal sea mud. Here is the largest health tourism center in Montenegro.
     

    Beaches in Herceg Novi and in the vicinity.
     

    City sand and concrete beach Herceg Novi stretches along the embankment of Pet Danitsa. Its area is 3 km2. On a small pebble beach Savina, an area of which is 1000m2, there is a concrete platform. It belongs to the hotel Pearl and is located not far from the monastery of the same name and the park Savinskaja dubrava. In several villages located in the vicinity of the city, there are also small beaches. As a rule, they bear the name of the settlement in which they are located. These are Meline, Zelenika, Kumbor, Djenovici, Baosici, Bjela, Kamenari. They are small, with a total length of about 3 km with all the necessary infrastructure. They are located in small bays, surrounded by olive, orange and mandarin groves.

    The most popular beach of the Herceg-Novi Riviera is the white pebbled beach Zhanic - the holder of the Blue Flag. There is everything necessary for a good rest, as well as water walks to the Blue cave and the island of Mamula.
    Мамула и Голубая пещера
    Among the beaches awarded with the Blue Flag, Oblatno stands out, or rather its component part - Almara beach
    Almara beach
    One of the best beaches of Montenegro, marked by the Blue Flag, is Plavi Horizonti, which is located on the peninsula Lustica. The length of this fine sandy beach is 300 m. It is located in a picturesque bay and is surrounded by olive groves. Due to the shallow sea is perfect for resting with children.

    How to get to the city?
     

    To get to Herceg Novi is not difficult. Approximately 30 km from it there are two international airports - Tivat (Montenegro) and Dubrovnik (Croatia). With the cities of Montenegro, Herceg Novi is connected by the Adriatic highway (Jadranska magistrala) - a two-lane, of quite decent level, highway. In general, the quality of the roads of Montenegro, small distances between cities and a large number of rental offices encourage to travel around the country by car. Also the city has a bus service.

    Lifehack: not far from Herceg Novi there is the Kamenari-Lepetani ferry crossing across the Verige Strait, which allows you to avoid making a degour of Kotor Bay and save a lot of time on the road (in future the bridge is planned to be built at this place).
     

    Restaurants and cafes in Herceg Novi


    The same can be said about restaurants and cafes. The cuisine here is mainly national and European. Keep in mind that portions in restaurants are usually enormous. That is why, it is strongly recommended to order one dish, they prepare them very quickly.

    Lifehack: lovers of seafood will appreciate the private farms for breeding mussels (školjke) in Herceg Novi. They cost only 2 euros per kilogram.

    The part of the city's infrastructure that is well-liked by lovers of night entertainment is well developed: bars, numerous shows, clubs. There is a promenade in Herceg Novi, from which it is best to admire the sea gaps and panoramas of the coast. In recent years, the Mimosa Festival has taken place in the city every winter. At this time everything around is permeated with its scent, and the blooming city is very beautiful.
     

    Hotels in Herceg Novi


    The number and variety of hotels in Herceg Novi city fully meets all the requirements of the tourist flow. There are also classic hotels, hotels with standard rooms and a set of services, and apartments, and private multi-storey villas with a pool and a panoramic view of the Adriatic Sea.

    In Herceg Novi about hundred different species of tropical and subtropical plants grow, which during the 6 centuries were brought by sailors from different countries of the world. The ancient architectural buildings in the Old Town of Herceg Novi keep a rich history, and a large number of cafes and restaurants of national and European cuisine along the embankment and on the streets of the city will satisfy any connoisseur of delicious food. And even the fans music and dance, will have an opportunity to engage themselves in local nightclubs and bars.

    In general, Herceg Novi is ideal for tourists who coming to rest, treat health and even have fun.
     

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    City Herceg-Novi in Montenegro
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    Old Venetian Castello Fortress is a main attraction of the Montenegrin town of Petrovac and its symbol. It is located in Budva Riviera, in the northern part of Petrovac, on a high cliff. The fortress is located on a natural promontory and is washed by the Adriatic Sea from all the sides.

    An observation deck, Museum, cannon and stela are available for visiting. The museum has examples of the amazing Roman mosaics, murals and paintings. Some of the examples available at the museum date back to III century BC. The upper area of the ancient fortress is a memorial today, where you can see a stela dedicated to the fallen soldiers of Montenegro, and in particular for the residents of Petrovac during the Second World War. The top of the observation deck of the fortress offers a magnificent view of the sea, the bay and the town of Petrovac. Above the fortress, the flag of Montenegro is flying, which is a symbol of independence.

    In the midst of the holiday season in the building of a small fort is opened a nightclub "Castello", which is widely known around Montenegro. The rocks, on which the castle is situated, are illuminated with multicolored lights after sunset. There also occasionally hosts themed "Russian parties" and other actions aimed at the Russian-speaking Montenegrins. Visiting disco Castello, it is difficult to imagine that hundreds of years ago in the basement of the fortress serf slaves were held, purchased for sale in developing countries.

    Fortress Castello, which is enclosed by a high fence-wall of large stones, for several centuries represented a pattern of impregnable full protection of local residents against possible attacks of the enemy. Today, on one side of the stone cliff attached an artificial pier, which performs the function of a small berth. One can reach the berth by boat or a cutter, moor and completely safely get to the perimeter of the ancient fortress. In addition, having got in the Castello fortress from the mainland, you can leave the cape, going down to the pier. Local people working there as boatmen, with great pleasure make an interesting boat trip along the local coast, and can introduce you some of the sights and islands nearby.

    The history of the fortress.

    Once at the site of the Montenegrin town of Petrovac was the settlement of Lastva, founded by the Romans back in the III century A.D. In the XVI century, the Republic of Venice established a rule over the village. With advent of the new rulers, about 1420, local villages were rapidly grown with beautiful buildings with a rich exterior in the same classic style. Under the rule of Venice at that time there also were such Montenegrin towns as Kotor, Budva, Perast, Herceg Novi. The old districts of these towns have preserved ancient Venetian architecture.

    Actively growing, local villages each year become more prosper and expanded, causing unhealthy interest for many pirates and robbers of the neighborhood. In the result, for several decades in the mid-15th century, the village of Montenegrin coast suffered hundreds of treacherous pirate raids, penetrating through the beach at night in the depths of the village and takes the most valuable from local farmers. After a "brief" thinking enterprising ruling Venetians rendered firm decision to strengthen the defense of the villages through the construction of a stone fortress with high walls around the perimeter. The best place for the construction was a natural projecting promontory, from the top of which the whole bay of the village and the next villages along the coast were clearly visible, and there was an opportunity to apply the aiming cannon blows on the ships of robbers.

    Since then, the Venetian fortress Castello was a reliable protection from pirates and Turkish ships. Fortress really helped to protect the town, and basements were used as weapons,wine and olive oil depot. 

    In subsequent years, the fortress was used as a hospital for patients with plague during the terrible epidemics or as a military prison - during the First World War.

    Lifehack: It is noteworthy, that the name of the fortress Castellum combined with the name of a former Roman settlement Lastva, and for a very long time, until the XX century, the town had been called Castel Lastva (or Castio). A local hotel «Kastel Lastva» reminds today about this fact.

    Going in Petrovac or passing by, allow time and be sure to visit the Venetian castle Castello - believe, it's worth it!
     
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    Monastery Savina
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    Orthodox monastery of Savina in Herceg Novi, Montenegro. Savinov...
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    The sun falls asleep there
    Where one can see the most beautiful sunset
    There are many places in Montenegro one should visit at sunset.
    Let's tell about one of them.
    A few minutes by car from Kotor, there is superb with a nice name Dobrota. There is St. Eustahije's church of the 18th century. You will notice its high belfry from a distance. Leave your car in a parking lot near the church and go down along the fence off bushy pink hollyhock, straight to a small pier.
    At sunset, here is an unrealistically beautiful view. It seems that this piece of Boka-Kotor bay completely vanishes in a shady purple haze. And colors, such beautiful colors!
    If to come here earlier, have a chance to visit the church. There is a lot of interesting inside. For example, septicoloured marble altar, huge mosaic pannel and the main treasury of the collection is lace of 17-18 centuries. Montenegrin craftswomen had been making this lace while long months and years waiting for their husbands-sailors.

     

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    Church Of St. Eustahiya
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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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    Modro Lake, which means "Blue lake" is located at a height of 1609 above sea level, in the South West part of Žabljak Municipality, at the foot of Durmitor's peak Sedlena Greda, in the midst of the mountains. If to take closer look to the lake, you will see why it is called blue. Through its transparent water with maximum depth 3,3m, one can see merely every stone and fish swimming by, that is quite well for fisher men. There is a lot of trout and wild ducks can be seen around the lake.

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    We have already informed you that we personally include the best places into the TOP lists. Cafes, restaurants, clubs, beaches, sightseeing... Yes, we personally visit these places, watch, try, touch, listen, walk (it may be listed endlessly, but we do not mean this now). We choose the best places in order not to disappoint you, but to inspire you with new discoveries!
    In this TOP list, we are going to tell you about the best places for your rest and relax in a comfortable atmosphere, listen to the music and enjoy communication with your friends; about the best bars of the town resort of Budva... If you have already visited these places, you can just confirm our words, if not, we advise to visit them certainly and after agree with us
     
    1Beer&Bike Club Jadran
    Beer&Bike Club Jadran
     Hot rock-n-roll, bright rocker atmosphere and a glass of bracing draft... Any earnest biker visiting Montenegro should come over Beer&Bike Club Jadran. After 08:00p.m. 2 musicians playing "TEXAS" style waken audience with their voices... They sing legendary songs of the legendary groups and musicians, country and rock up to 01: 00a.m. If you enjoy all above mentioned - Welcome! In Beer&Bike Club you can drink as well as eat. There is a wide choice of meat delicacy for "wild" and hungry bikers, and there are many light dishes for elegant ladies: fish, soups, vegetables...  Just try and enjoy!
    2. Have relax in Casper
    Casper
    Light, pleasant jazz, positive vibrations and just relax! Casper is located in Old Town. It has interesting design in Mediterranean style, which will provide you with the main components of the perfect evening. There is a wide choice of cocktails with affordable price, professional stuff and good music, what else is needed for your pleasure?​

    3. "Delicious" Veranda Bar
    Veranda Bar
    Having entered to Veranda you will definetely experince positive energy and warm atmoshere. Every detail of this bar is made with love, which is seen practically everywhere. "Delicious" pastel colors, pictures, flowers, wall and even a board over the ceiling for your personal pictures and wishes, a terrace within the strong walls of the Old Town covered with green climbers. The owners have made their best to create an excellent atmosphere of warmth and coziness. You cannot do anything but love Veranda as well as return there. You can place yourself either at one of the tables decorated manually or at the bar counter, or on a divan and even on the stairs. The owners put there pillows to make you comfortable and take your place where and how you want!

    4. Snack bar Vihor!
    Snack bar Vihor
    Classic disco, funk, soul, disco house, soul, full house, rock, various drinks for your mood and nice people for joy! In this small and cozy place, you will never feel like leave it. Every weekend the hosts come up with new interesting themes for parties. In winter, by Thursdays the visitors are welcomed by different delicacy made by one of the owners. Visit Vihor for new and interesting events!   
      5. Ireland evening in Chest O'Shea's Irish Pub
    Chest O'Shea's Irish Pub
    Interesting desigh of Chest O'Shea's in Budva is so tempting. Quiet music, quality beer and romantic light down are good for nice evening with your friends or your second half in the heart of Old Town, isn't it? By Thursday, there are guessing games.
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    The Lipsi Cave is located in the town-council of Kotor, 4,5 km to south-west from Risan near village Lipsi. The rock inside of the Lipsi cave is considered to be an archeological monument of II category. The images over Lipsi rock suggest the time when ancient people inhabited Boka-Kotor bay. It is also a valuable heritage of the Balkan peninsular of prehistoric art.
    Today just ruins left from the cave. Long ago it was ruined due to some natural cataclysms. However, part of the wall with the images on it have survived well, despite the age of the ancient painting is more than 12000. First this graphics was found in 1961.
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    The Lipsi Cave
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    Berane is one of the largest cities in the north-eastern part of Montenegro, its population is up to 12,000 people. The city is on both banks of the Lim River in the Sanjak region, famous for its rich history. Today Berane is a modern European city with cozy shops, charming parks and squares, fine restaurants and cafes where you can taste national Montenegrin dishes and alcoholic beverages: very famous is local vodka, which has even several varieties. The city is one of the most popular resorts in the country. The climate in the Berane region is temperate continental. In summer, the air temperature here can reach + 35 ° C, and in winter it can drop to -30 ° C. Therefore, the conditions for the development of both summer and winter tourism in this region are very favorable. The main kind of winter entertainment are classes in various winter sports in the vicinity of Berane.

    Lifehack: near the city there are ski resorts, and 15 km away from it on Mount Smiljevica at an altitude of almost 1,700 m above sea level there is a winter recreational center "Lokve". It is equipped with several drag lifts. The main ski resort stretches for 5 km from the centre.

    Also, thanks to the long ski season and the proximity of the sea, there is sometimes a unique situation where, for example, in April the snow lies in the mountains and the track still works, and in the coastal zone +20. And then, after being saturated with skiing in the mountains, you can find yourself in the embrace of the warm Adriatic Sea in a couple of hours.
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    History of the city
    In the Middle Ages the territory of Berane was known under the name Budimlja. It had great political and economic significance for the Serbian state of Rashka. St. Sava was one of the first Serbian bishops in 1219. The territory of the Berane district and neighboring territories were part of the medieval Serb state until 1455, when the Turks took the cities of Bihor and Budimlja. This area was inhabited by Serbs until the middle of the XVII century, when hard times came and many left it. The Turks had an Islamizing effect on the population. The first Serbian uprising in 1804, led by Karadjordjevic, took place in Novi Pazar, Sanjak. Residents of these cities also rebelled and assumed the reign of princes Anto Bogicevic and Hadzhi-Prodan Gligorievich. Since the time of the first Serbian uprising and until the attainment of complete independence, constant fighting with the Turks took place during the second half of the XIX century. Famous battles took place from 1825 to 1862, but the most important was the Battle of Rudes, held on 7 April, 1862, in which the Serbian and Montenegrin insurgents won. Berane was finally released from the Turks in 1912. During the Second World War, there was a brutal civil war between the partisans (communists) and the Chetniks (nationalists). As a result of the communist repressions of 1944-45 more than 4000 people died. From 1949 to 1992, Berane was known as Ivangrad, named after Ivan Malutinovic. In 1992, its former name name was returned to it.

    City attractions
    In addition to the snow-covered slopes, Berane is famous for its valuable historical sites. To learn more about the history of Montenegro and Berane, in particular, it is possible in the Polymsk Archaeological Museum, located in the center of Berane near the city park. More than 9000 exhibits, divided into archaeological, ethnographic, numismatic, heraldic, natural-science and art collections, tell about the history of the region, beginning with the Mesolithic era. The building of the museum was made in the early XX century, it was intended for a sobriety society, founded by the King of Yugoslavia Alexander I Karageorgievich. The sobriety house was the center of Berane cultural life, various events, concerts, masquerades and first theater performances were held here. During the Second World War, members of the liberation movement gathered in the building. And in 1955 the Polimsky Museum was opened here.
    The archaeological collection of the museum is the most extensive, it starts with the exhibits of the Neolithic, Copper and Bronze Ages, found during excavations. These are tools, jewelry, ceramics, figurines and other objects of everyday life. The most interesting items are made of deer horns and drilled wolf fangs. Then there are the exhibits of the Illyrian period - jewelry from amber and dishes of the VI century BC, as well as Roman tombstones.
    The medieval period is richly represented by military armor, for example, an armored shirt with a hood of the XIV century, which was used by soldiers of the times of the Crusades. A significant part of the medieval archaeological collections was found in the fortresses, churches and monasteries of the nearest district, so there are many church utensils, fragments of frescoes, stone furniture and architectural decor.

    There is a house of the Governor Gavro Vukovic in Beran (the museum is located in the center of Berane, south to the city park); Monument of Freedom on Mount Jasikivac (the monument is located in the eastern part of Berane, in the middle of the Jasikovac Park).
     
    What to see in the vicinity of the city
    For those who are interested in Orthodox culture, the monastery of St. George will be interesting, another name is Djurdjevi Stupovi, that is, the "St. George's Towers".
    Монастырь Георгиевские башни
    The monastery is located next to the town of Berane on the Rastovo plateau on the left bank of the Lim River, two kilometers from the city. The architectural ensemble was built in the XIII century. Throughout its history, the monastery of St. George played a crucial role in the birth and preservation of the national identity of the Montenegrin and Serbian peoples, the spread of culture in this region. The monastery courageously opposed the Turkish conquest, until the middle of the XVII century in the region there was no Islamization of the local population. But the selfless struggle could not do without victims, Ottoman troops burned the monastery several times - in 1738, in 1825, in 1862 and in 1875, and in 1912 the monastery was damaged by Austrian troops in the First World War. For this Djurdjevi Stupovi was even nicknamed the "martyr monastery". After the destruction of the early XX century monastery almost completely ceased to exist. The total reconstruction of the whole Djurdjevi Stupovi monastery complex began in the spring of 2001.

    For curious tourists, the Sudikova Monastery may be of interest. The monastery is located near the town of Berane on the right bank of the Lim River at the beginning of the Tifrany gorge. Archaeological research allows you to determine the age of the monastery - XIII-XIV centuries. Apparently, the monastery became a refuge of the Budimlja diocese, when its ministers were forced to flee from other lands from Turkish oppression. Throughout the Tifrany gorge, several caves have been preserved, which were used by clergymen as monasteries and hiding places, where they hid books, icons and other church values. It is believed that its name Sudikova the monastery received because of the judicial function, which it performed until its destruction in 1738, because in its walls the hearings were conducted and judges sat.
    Монастырь Шудикова
    The cultural and educational role of the monastery was especially evident in the form of the "Shudikovsky chair", which existed here for several centuries, special courses where literature, the art of census books, fresco painting, artistic skills and medicine were studied. In 1738 the monastery was burnt by the Turks and looted. This happened as a punishment for the fact that the locals supported Austria in the war against Turkey. Since then the monastery of Sudikova ceased to exist. The first excavations on the site of the monastery were made in 1923, the remains of the monastery church of the Ascension of the Blessed Virgin Mary were found. But then for a long time the work was suspended. Studies were resumed only in 1989, when the nave and the porch of the temple, remains of the stone floor were found. Restoration of the Sudikova Monastery began in 1998, in 2009 the monastery was re-consecrated, and today it is the nunnery of the Budimljansko-Niksic Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church.

    For those who want to extend the excursion and entertainment program, they can also visit the ancient settlements of Bihor and Torino, where archeological excavations are conducted; The monastery of Kaludra (the monastery is in the municipality of Berane near the village of Kaludra on the bank of the river of the same name); The monastery of Urosevica (the monastery is located in the municipality of Berane near the village of Zaostro on the banks of the Lim River); The Biogradska Gora National Park (the national park is located in the municipalities of Kolasin, Mojkovac and Berane in the center of the Bjelasica mountain range between the canyons of the Tara and Lim rivers); Lake Peshica (the lake is located in the west of the Berane municipality in the territory of the Biograd Mountain National Park near the top of the Črna Glava).

    One of the interesting events in the life of Berane is the annual festival, which is eloquently called "Hot winter in the mountains". Participants can be not only professional athletes, but also prominent cultural figures.

    Cuisine and restaurants
    In the beautiful streets of the city there are many cafes and restaurants. And half a kilometer from the city center, across the road from the Il Sole hotel is the Etna restaurant. By name, you can unmistakably determine that its kitchen follows the Italian culinary traditions. Indeed, the menu has a lot of pastas, dozens of varieties of delicious pizza, but there is no shortage of traditionally Montenegrin dishes. A full list of bars and restaurants you can see by clicking on the link.
     
    How to get to the city
    With other cities of Montenegro, as well as with nearby Serbia, Berane is connected by a modern two-lane highway. The city of Bijelo Polje is about 35 km, to the capital of the state - Podgorica - about 50 km. To the sea from Berane it is necessary to go almost 100 km. Buses of various auto companies are constantly running around Montenegro. Their schedule, route, prices for tickets, travel time you can see by clicking on the link.

    At airports (Tivat or Podgorica), as in any other city of Montenegro, you can order a taxi. However, before ordering a taxi, we recommend to see the approximate price of the trip or a fixed transfer price (depending on the city of departure and destination) on our website or in our free app "Way to Montenegro" on the Apple Store or Google Play.

    The most comfortable, but not the most budgetary way of movement is renting a car. A rental company will be able to deliver your rented car immediately to the airport (Tivat or Podgorica) at your arrival or to your place of residence in Montenegro. The advantages of this method are obvious - you choose the route, the departure time, the cities to visit and the time of sightseeing and historical places during the trip. The car can be rented by clicking on the link.

    Hotels
    In Berane there is an opportunity to book hotels both in the city and in the suburbs closer to the ski slopes. Hotel Luka's enjoys a quiet location 500 meters from the center of Berane. It offers a restaurant, a café-bar, free Wi-Fi and free parking. The distance to the Lokve ski center is 10 km. Etno Selo Vrelo is located 19 km from the city center and offers an outdoor swimming pool. A full list of hotels you can see by clicking on the link.

    The city will be interesting for travelers, both in summer and winter season. The abundance of attractions and picturesque nature, the possibility of active recreation make this region attractive in any season.
     
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    Town of Berane in Montenegro
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    Waterfall Baylovicha Shige is located in the national park Durmitor in the canyon of the Tara River near the mouth of the river Susica, in the north of the municipality of Zabljak, near the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. One can get there only by water. Waterfall provides the Tara River with a quite amount of clean water at a speed of several hundred liters per second, which falls from 30-meter height from Butsevich cave.Butsevich Cave is famous for its stalactites of crystalline calcium.
    Incredibly beautiful place. A fabulous panorama of foaming clear water against the background of emerald green of the slope waits for fans of Montenegrin rafting.
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    Waterfall Bailovicha Sige
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    Lake Šas is located in Ulcinj, rock pool in the village of Šas eastern part of the city.
    The lake is the second largest one in Montenegro. Here are found a lot of birds – migratory as well as of permanent living. That’s why the tourist season is open round the year - hunters, birdwatchers and just birds lovers from around the world come to the lake.
    Lake Šas is of glacial origin, its surface area is about 3.7 square kilometers, and in the summer is almost 5.5 square kilometers during the flood. The maximum depth of the lake is 8 m.the name of the lake comes from the ancient city of Swatch, the ruins of which are located along the northern coast. The lake can be proud of its rich flora and fauna. Lake Šas covered with reeds and lilies. The clear waters of the lake is also home for about 20 species of fish. However, the main wealth of the lake is the birds.
    On the lake there are about 240 species of feathered animals... Therefore, on the coast you can often find ornithologists and birdwatchers with binoculars and cameras. In addition, the lake is popular with Italian snipe hunters.
    Nature of the lake is an ideal holiday destination, where you can have a picnic, play football or other sports, ride a boat or a cutter, or just relax and enjoy nature. To get to the lake you can by car, as well as from the Bojana river to the lake through the channel is about 300 m.
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    Lake Šas
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    Island Old Ulcinj is located in the northwest part of Ulcinj Riviera near small town Vidikovac. The area of this small island is only 1.7 hectares. Being sited 150 meters from the shore, it is not habitable, has a rocky origin. However, it is fairly well known among tourists, because for a long time it was thought that island was nothing more than remnants of ancient Ulcinj - Venice town Dulсigno sunk after an earthquake.
    Modern archaeological studies allow us to say that it was a Venetian tower-guard outpost. Specially built on the outskirts of Ulcinj to warn people of impending danger in advance. This explains the similarity of architectural techniques with Venetian buildings of Dulcigno era.
    To get to the island one can only by boat.
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    Island Old Ulcinj
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    A powerful fortress wall around the Ancient Town of Budva in Montenegro was rebuilt by the Venetians during the Renaissance after a devastating earthquake in the 17th century. The first defensive constructions of the city were erected here in the 9th century, and one of the ancient fortress walls was part of the Benedictine monastery that overlooked the coast. According to ancient engravings in the museum of Budva, the city fortifications of the 16th century has six somewhat elongated towers and one round one, between which stretched thick walls laid out of a hewn stone. Its borders were unchanged for several centuries, as well as the number of residents of the city did not exceed 1000 people.

    After the massive earthquake in Montenegro on April 15, 1979, with the magnitude of 7 points the "Old Grad" in Budva, like its fortress, was again destroyed and restored only by 1987. To date, the Old part of Budva is an architectural monument of antiquity and is protected by UNESCO. The Old Town of Budva is a whole open-air museum with a huge number of attractions, cultural sites and historical monuments where people still live in medieval buildings of hewn stone, and its protective fortress walls are another tourist attraction from which the Budva Riviera is visible, a modern residential part of Budva, fishing boats and chic yachts, various churches and temples, as well as on the palm of your hand you can see ancient streets and ancient inner courtyards.

    How to get on the fortress wall of the Old Town of Budva?

    Narrow aisles and staircases on the fortress walls of the city are found in several places of Old Budva. The entrance to the wall is paid and costs 1.5 euros. One of these passages to the fortress is located near the gate opposite the hotel Avala. To get to it, you just need to go inside the old city (the entrance to the "Old Town" itself is free), immediately turn left and go through the summer terrace of the Mozart restaurant.
    Проход на крепостную стену Старого города Будвы через ресторан Mozart.
    The second entrance to the fortress wall is located near one of the famous sights of Old Budva - the Citadel. Having approached it, you face the entrance, move left to the very edge, and then turn left and walk along the fortress wall.
    Проход на крепостную стену Старого города Будвы, который расположен возле Цитадели
    The fortress wall in shape is a horseshoe, that is, it is not closed and you can bypass only a part of the Old Town. Despite this, you can spend a lot of time looking at the brickwork and ancient loopholes, as well as enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea, the mighty rocks, the marvelous nature of Montenegro and the coastal settlements.

    On the viewing platforms of the walls you can very often see people who specially came here to see the most beautiful sunset - at this time the Old Town itself is especially beautiful, the red tiled roofs of which shimmer in the dark from maroon to the fiery shades.
    Красные черепичные крыши Старого города Будвы на закате
    It can be said for sure, that the fortress walls of the old city of Budva are worth visiting at least once and see all this historic splendor with your own eyes.
     
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    Fortress wall around Old town of Budva. The fortification wall of...

Beaches of Montenegro

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

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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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    Plavi Horizonti Beach is located in Przhno valley of Lustica peninsular. It takes 15 minutes to get there from Tivat and Kotor. The length of the beach is 350 meters. The beach is surrounded by olive and pine forests, which brings a unique charm and a picturesque view. The beach is totally covered by fine sand, the water entry is very flat, ideal for children and adults. Thanks to the shallow water, the sea is perfectly heated and usually it is 2-3 degrees above the rest sea shore. There are no cities and villages around the bay. 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. For one who likes leisure activities, there are volley-ball, basket-ball and tennis courts. One can go boating, go water skiing, wave runner and fishing.
    Beach Plavi horizonti, Radovici, Lustica
  • Beaches of Montenegro Way to Montenegro Prva Proletarska bb., Budva, Montenegro +382 69 171 249
    Any time when someone asks about the best Montenegrin beach, we pump air into our lungs and start beating the drum for couple of days. Really, there are many beaches and all of them are different. Gravel and sand, stone and concrete, under the rocks in forests, in cities and islands, wild and equipped - which one is interesting for you?Of course, most of the tourists prefer city beaches within walking distance from hotels and apartments. During summer season there isn't enough room to swing a cat.But, agree, it is difficult to relax, when your neighbor's leg is in front of your face. Or you cannot hear the bubble of the sea because of voices hum. That is why one should get in more private and interesting places sometimes. Let's tell about the most amazing wild beaches.Mamula beach is hidden on a small islet of the same name, at the entrance to the most beautiful Boko-Kotor bay into the open Adriatic sea. You will have a good view, which makes your heart soar, honest. You can get there just by yacht, cutter or boat sailing from big beaches Zanjic or Mirista - it is not the most convenient way, but it is worth.Gravel-rocky shore is washed by blue water. It is so transparent, that amazed eyes of fish hidden on a good depth can be seen. Besides, the sea is very deep inhere and is very good for divers. Once you get to the beach, combine the useful with the pleasant and have a walk around the island.Magnifical Austrian fortress Mamula of 19 century has been preserved here. It was a defensive fort. It is said that a ghostly echo of weapon salvo can be heard here. In fact this place has a very interesting history and its special secrets, which haunt minds of mysticism lovers. In 2014 Serbian horror film had come out with the same name "Mamula". However, there is a unique park, where subtropical and tropical flora of all sorts ramps, including exotic species of mimosa.  
    Mamula beach in Montenegro
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    Mirista beach is a concrete-sand beach, located in a small vivid bay in a populated place of the same name. Here you can gain a complete piece for your body and soul by diving into a picturesque landscapes and enjoying pure forest air. On the shore you can chose beach surface as you like, either sand or concrete. The shore consists of concrete platforms, which ascend to the forest by stairs. Between the platforms sand is put. You can get o the beach by autoroad across Lustica or by sea. There is all the necessary on the beach: sun loungers, umbrellas, shower, WC, restaurants, cafes, parking, pier and sea rescue service.
    Mirišta beach
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    Lučice beach (Lučice plaža) is a comfortable gravel-sandy beach in the bay surrounded by softwood. There are free and paid parking, restaurants, bars, water slide and see attractions.  
    Lučice beach
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    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 Hawaii beach is pebble-sandy beach located on the Island St. Nicholas in Budva Riviera. Beach on the island of St. Nicholas, or as the local peoples call it "Hawaii" is only one kilometer from the famous resort town of Budva and consists of 3 beaches, total length of over 800 metres. The beach on the St. Nicola's island or the local name is "Hawai" is located 1 km from Budva and consists of 3 beaches. The total length is more than 800 meters. If you are looking for privacy, you can find small bays on the rocky coastline, which is very indented. The island is reachable just by boat. The boats and yachts depart regularly from all beaches of Budva. It costs 2-5 Euros per person depending the season. The access to the island is free. Sun loungers and umbrellas cost 5-15 Euros (2 sun loungers and un umbrella). The island is covered by dense forest and there are rabbits, pheasants and deer. There are bars and cafes on the island. But fish restaurant is extremely popular there, where the visitors are served with freshly caught fish. There are sport playgrounds, changing rooms, shower and WC, sea rescue service and medical station on the island. Water area close to the island is loved by paragliders, water skier and lovers of other sport activities.  
    Beach Hawaii on the island of St. Nicolas 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

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  • XVIII Sports Games of the Small Countries of Europe 2019

    From May 26 to June 2, 2019, the XVIII International Sports Games of the Small Countries of Europe (IMZE) 2019 will be held in Montenegro! It is worth noting that in Montenegro...
    Budva
    27.05-01.06.19
  • Beer Festival in Montenegro

    From the 18th to the 28th of July, 2019 in the city of Cetinje the first in Montenegro Beer Festival - “Montenegro Beer Fest - 2019” will take place! As announced...
    Cetinje
    18.07-28.07.19
  • The festival of electronic music Sea Dance 2019

    From August 30 (Friday) to September 1 (Sunday) on one of the largest and most picturesque beaches of Montenegro and the entire Adriatic coast - Buljarica, which is located near...
    Petrovac
    30.08-01.09.19
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Rent of yachts, motor boats, boats, catamarans, scooters, canoes, SUP-s and other types of water transport in Montenegro for walks, outdoor activities or fishing in the Adriatic sea or on Skadar lake.

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

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

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

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

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

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