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    Njegushi village (on the Montenegrin - "Njeguši") - is a quiet, peaceful place, which is located on the slope of Mount Lovcen at the altitude of 900 m above the sea level in the municipality of Cetinje.

    Now the village has become a real tourist town, with a population of just less than 50 houses and about 200 people. This settlement is well known for producing famous Negushski prosciutto, as well as famous homemade cheeses and natural mountain honey. You can also see how this meat is done here, buy as a souvenir a whole leg or try the prosciutto in local taverns (home restaurants).
    Negushsky Prospect
    Prshut is begun to prepare around November, when the temperature falls below +10° C. First, the meat (leg 8-12 kg.) is rubbed with sea salt and dropped in a special brine for 15 days. Then it is washed with water and put into a press for several weeks. Then the meat is smoked about 4 months, thanks to the smoke of beech wood and sawdust, then it is dried in special place (Sushara) for some time. (where it acquires necessary gustatory qualities). In total, it takes almost a year to achieve a better quality of prshut.

    You can visit the house in which Njegoš was born. You will easily find it, it is located near the road passing through the village. This is a small stone house, very simple and modest, but everything in it reminds that a great man lived in it. The exposition presents not only household items, but also literary works, among which the first edition of the poem "The Mountain Crown", printed in Vienna in 1847. Here you can see the portraits of Njegoš, his bronze bust of the famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović, as well as the genealogical tree of the Petrovic family. At present, his relics rest near the village in the Mausoleum of Negosh on Mount Lovchen.

    How to get to the village?

    You can take a taxi to Negusi from Cetinje or Kotor and also on your or rented car. If you are traveling by car, it is more convenient to get to Lovcen from Budva, the road to the peak will take about an hour, but it's worth it. You can admire the breathtaking views of the entire Kotor Bay from a great height. From Budva by car, go to the village Radanovici and at the petrol station "Vuk Petrol" take turn, before turning to Kotor. Further you will pass along an amazing road, the shape of which, if you look at it from above, resembles the letter "M", laid on a plain among the delightful views of the Boka Bay of Kotor. The legend says that this is not an accident. The famous engineer Josip Slade, who built this road on behalf of the King of Montenegro, Nikola, was in love with his wife, the beautiful Milena, and in such an unusual way decided to perpetuate his love. The king did not like it, of course, especially since the road turned out to be 500 m longer than planned. Nobody knows what happened to the engineer. But the road itself has remained, and reminds travelers about this beautiful, albeit sad, love story.
    Road to the Negushi
    In Njegusi, there are several restaurants and taverns of national cuisine, where you will always be served with prshut, cheese, freshly baked bread, and cevapi (small sausages of pure meat), and kajmak (taken baked frocks from chilled, fat milk, something middle betewwn sour cream, cottage cheese and butter), and local, more intense wine Vranac. Go to Zora tavern, where you will be met by the good-natured owner of the institution Nicola and his son Mičko; drink with the owner a shot of rakija or just talk about life. Usually after a hearty dinner and with a glass of wine, the language barrier ceases to be a problem. A hearty meal in Zora for two costs 20-25 euros. There you can very cheaply stay for the night. In addition to the private sector, you can spend the night in "eco-houses" for tourists who want to unite with nature.
    Eco-houses in the Negush
    Eco-tourism is actively developing in the country, for which all the necessary conditions have been created.

    A trip to Negusi guarantees gastronomic pleasure, stunning views and panoramas on the coast of Montenegro which are definitely breathtaking.

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    We already told you about the Old City of Kotor, but did not specifically mention the most interesting part of it - the fortress of St. John (venet. San Giovanni). The fact is that to get acquainted with this incredible place we decided to make a separate article and it is better to take the whole day (or at least half a day) to visit a fortress.

    If you face the mountain, under which the Old Town of Kotor is located, and look up, you will see an amazing ancient building - an extended fortress wall, whimsically winding along the slope. This is the very fortress on the walls of which made the majority of photographs advertising Montenegro on numerous tourist leaflets. A wall over 4 km long was built, rebuilt and strengthened from the 9th to the 19th century. The viewing platform (one of the extreme points) of the fortress of St. Ivan is located at an altitude of about 280 meters above sea level! You can climb only on foot in several ways: through the Old Town of Kotor, by stone stairs or along an old mountain path outside the city. The path is rather complicated and tedious, but the time and effort spent are worth seeing with your own eyes the breathtaking panorama of the Bay of Kotor.

    Defensive structures near the present Kotor appeared in the Illyrian era, but the initial construction of the fortress is associated with the Roman emperor Justinian, who in the VI century built the present fort at the top of a high mountain. Further, the fortress was repeatedly rebuilt and modified until the XIX century, however, the main form of the fortress was laid by the Venetians, who gained power over the city in 1420. With them, the fortress successfully withstood two Turkish sieges - 1538-1571 and 1657-1699. Later, the city and fortifications were owned by the French and Austrians, and right up to the First World War the bastion was actively used for its main purpose - for the defense of Kotor and its vicinity.

    The fortress of St. John covers the city from the eastern side, and right behind it begins the Lovcen mountain range. Right up to the fort itself, a powerful zigzag wall rises from below, in various places having a thickness of up to 20 m. Almost 38 guns were located all along the fortification. Such firepower allowed to defend Kotor as long as possible, even from superior enemy forces - an example is the unsuccessful Turkish attempt to take the city with 300 ships.

    Despite the strong damage from the earthquake in 1979, the fortress itself and the surrounding walls have been well preserved to this day. In addition to the fortress on top of the mountain there is also a small church dedicated to St. John. This place is open to visit by all tourists, the only restriction is the inaccessibility of the bastion. A narrow mountain path is lead to the fortress consisting of 1400 steps (!!!), and the ascent to the observation platform takes in average an hour and requires a lot of strength and endurance. In addition, during this hike it is desirable to put on comfortable shoes and take a supply of drinking water. But all these sacrifices will not be in vain - the fortress offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the city and surrounding mountains and the bay from the height of the "bird's flight".

    Approximately halfway to the fortress there is the Church of Our Lady of Health, built in the beginning of the 16th century in gratitude for saving the city from the plague epidemic. Near it there is a site for rest, on which you can arrange a halt during a tiring climb up to the mountain.

    While in Montenegro, enliven your beach leisure and be sure to visit the ancient St. John's fortress in Kotor.

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    The Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (Katedrala Svetog Trifuna) in the Old Town of Kotor is a cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Kotor, built in 1166. Of course, the Cathedral is not quite what it was in the 12th century, as it suffered during the devastating earthquakes in 1667 and 1997, but it still looks grand and impressive. Cathedral is located in the eponymous square in the southern part of Old Kotor and it is a main attraction of this town.

    St. Tryphon cathedral, despite numerous reconstructions, is an outstanding example of Romanesque architecture. Currently, he is taken into custody by UNESCO and is part of the World Heritage site "Natural and Cultural-Historical Region of Kotor".

    It is one of two Catholic cathedrals in Montenegro, along with the cathedral "of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary", located in the town of Bar.

    The building of the cathedral was consecrated on July 19,1166 (building began in 1124) in the name of St. Tryphon, who is considered to be a saint patron of Kotor. Many trials have fallen to the lot of the building; one of the most difficult moments in the history of the temple was a catastrophic earthquake in 1667. It resulted the destruction of the building, so that both bell towers of the cathedral had to be rebuilt. Built of stone, now from the Croatian island of Korcula, the high towers (the height of which are 33 m and 35 m) acquired some characteristics typical to the style of "baroque". Between themselves, they are connected with a wide arch that separates the façade horizontally. At the top of the facade is placed a sufficiently large window - rosette and arch forms itself a portico, located directly above the entrance to the cathedral.

    In 1979, in Montenegro there was another devastating earthquake and the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon was among the damaged facilities. However, by 2003 the reconstruction work carried out by UNESCO, had been completed in the entire city.

    There is a plaque on the facade of the cathedral, installed in 1925 in honor of the millennium, the day of the coronation of the first Croatian king Tomislav.

    The most important value of the cathedral is the relics of St. Tryphon, which rest in the chapel. Here is also a large wooden crucifix, the exact origin of which is unknown.
    Before the construction of the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, there had been an old church on this place, which had been established in 809, by a noble citizen Andriy Saratsenis. According to many sources, it was he, who bought in the IX century the relics of Saint Tryphon from the Venetian merchants, who brought them from Constantinople to Kotor. Later, the church was completely burned during the great fire and the townspeople decided to rebuild the temple in honor of its saint patron, but in a more stately form. By the way, the body of Andrij Saratsenis who presented the relics to the city and the cathedral, also rest in a sarcophagus to right of the main entrance of the building.

    One of the most notable elements of the interior decoration of the temple is a ostensory with a stunning valance, which is a Gothic masterpiece. Four columns of red marble mined in Kamenari, a small town near Kotor, supported by a three-tiered octagonal structure topped with a figure of an angel. On each of the three tiers imprinted in stone carving the scenes from the life of St. Tryphon.
    About St. Tryphon.

    About the St. Tryphon isn’t know much. He is revered in Russia, and especially in Bulgaria. Tryphon was a martyr and a pious man. The first victims of the faith in Christ were Archdeacon Stephen (in his honor named a famous hotel-island Sveti Stefan in Montenegro) and Saint Thecla, and therefore they are called protomartyrs - and Tryphon suffered a little later. During his holy and pure life, Tryphon received from God the ability to heal people and the gift of exorcism, for what he became famous with his contemporaries.

    Tryphon was born in 232, in the village of Kampsady, not far from the town of Apamea of Phrygia on the Meander (internal historical region of Asia Minor, modern Turkey, the city of Dinard. At that time the Roman Empire dominated, and the cult of Mithra (god of the sun) flourished, and the cult of Roman pagan gods, having come from the Greek pantheon was venerated.

    But, in the end, it was Christianity, which completely satisfied a state power, because Mithraism, with its deep Persian roots, despite its great popularity in the Empire, was not suitable for European secular state. That's how the saints and martyrs who once had been persecuted and crucified by the Roman emperors became the firm foundation of a new large-scale state religion, which steadily covered the whole western civilized world, starting to push through into our Slavic land.

     What happened to Tryphon and why he became a holy martyr?

    Born in a simple Christian family from an early age he shepherded geese and other country poultry. The gift of healing declared itself very early. He repeatedly prevented the invasion of locusts and other creatures to their village and gradually became very popular.

    When the Roman Emperor Gordian III (248-244 gg.) had heard about him, he immediately began to search for Tryphon for treatment of his daughter, possessed by a demon, that tormented her mercilessly. Obviously, the father suffered greatly and finally found Tryphon in Phrygia. Tryphon agreed to come to Rome, however, three days before the arrival, demonic spirit had known about Tryphon's arrival, went out in panic from the body of Gordian's daughter. Emperor Gordian accepted Tryphon, who turned at the time only 17 years old and was very interested in his personality, asked to see firsthand that spirit that for so long had been tormented his daughter. In fact, the emperor, likely, wanted to check him out and see whether he really possessed the super-powered abilities. Tryphon agreed and went in prayer and fasting for six days, on the morning of the seventh day showed to the emperor and his synkletos (Supreme Council) that spirit in the form of a black dog with glowing red eyes. And, supposedly, to the Tryphon’s question, why it had moved into his daughter, the spirit replied that since everyone in here were the idolaters, to enter a person didn’t represent for him a great work, and to the question why it had come out of her body, the essence replied, that it could not stay in the body any longer, because Tryphon was true Christian and the demons couldn’t be next to the one, who mentioned the name of Christ and who lived with this name.

    This event was a triumph of Tryphon in the Christian faith, since then, many presentі at this impressive-contact session with the wicked spirit were shocked and later accepted the Christianity. Gordian became too favorable to Christianity and bestowing Tryphon with many gifts, sent him home with gratitude. As a result of that incident, Tryphon became known far beyond his homeland.

    But, unfortunately, the story didn’t not end. After the change of emperors on the throne of the Roman Empire reigned fierce Trajan Decius (249-251), who began serious systemic brutal persecution of Christians. During his reign, countless Christians were killed, many of them, fearing the persecution and torture, turned away in fear from their faith and proned to idolatry (recall that the idols in terms of Christianity, there was Mitra - a god of the sun and the Roman gods). Emperor Decius decreed their bishoprics and hegemon to persecute Christians everywhere and kill them mercilessly if they refused to worship the Roman gods. 

    East viceroy of Emperor Decius – Akilian having received a decree from Decius of mass destruction and persecution of Christians, immediately recalled Tryphon and decided to become famous.

    Tryphon had been warned, but he decided not to hide, he realized that his hour had come, and that now his faith would be subjected to a severe test. By that time, he was already 26, a mature man at that time, whom the people, apparently honored as the Messiah. Tryphon understood that he must pass all the tests, which Jesus once passed and which he had been preaching since his adolescence. Tryphon went to Nicaea, where Akilian was and gave himself up in his hands.

    Akilian made a show trial in the presence of a large number of officials, servants, squires and ordinary people to report to the emperor. Akilian had been asking Tryphon about himself, his beliefs, and finally, referring to the imperial decree, proposed Tryphon to accept the Roman gods and sacrifice to them, and if Trifon fulfilled his commandment, the holy would be released, if not - then he would be executed. Tryphon replied that in his life he followed his own free will and served only to Christ, and with pleasure would become a victim of someone who himself brought him his prey...

    Akilian was enraged and in furious ordered to beat Trifon for three hours having hanged naked on a tree, and then offered him to recognize Zeus as his god and worship the image of the emperor. Tryphon called Zeus lawless magus and dark wicked magician, and expressed his contempt to the emperor, having called his image heartless, forced Akilian to torture him in the cold in the mountains long and mercilessly, and then in prison, using sophisticated methods of torture, but didn’t get anything from Tryphon.

    Once in front of everyone, while Trifon was being tortured in prison, an angel appeared with a shining crown in his hands. Having seen this, the torturers got frightened, but Akilian only became more steel heart. As a result, Akilian made his decision to sentence Tryphon to death by beheading with a sword, because Tryphon refused to sacrifice to the Roman gods, in spite of all attempts of Akilian. The Holy was taken outside the city border and just before the moment of his death, when his head should had been cut off by Tryphon prayer his spirit had departed from him in advance, and Tryphon died. Local Christians, having wrapped his body in a burial shroud, anointed with balms, wanted to bury him in the vicinity of Nicaea, but Tryphon came personally to his followers and ordered to bury his body in Kapsadah, in his homeland, and this was exactly fulfilled.

    St. Tryphon in detail repeated the fate of Jesus Christ in Jerusalem for two and a half centuries ago - the analogy is almost complete. Even his subsequent appearance to his followers after his death with the will of the place of his burial, in general, coincides with the phenomenon of Christ to his disciples after Jesus' death. This is exactly the strong point of this Christian martyr, who firmly and deliberately passed to the end and remained faithful to his true faith and his beliefs, according to various historical data there often were miracles of healing at his grave, and people received help with prayers to him. Further fate of Tryphon was connected with his relics and miracles that took place afterwards.

    As for the relics, the head of St. Typhon is in the Cathedral of St. Tryphon in Montenegro, in the town of Kotor. Some of his relics was brought in 1803 in Russia. In 1819, part of his relics have been put in three small reliquaries, which were placed in the icon of St. Tryphon in Tryphon Church in Naprudny Boulevard in Moscow. When the church was closed in 1931, this icon with the particle of his relics was transferred to the Church of the Mother of God sign icon, which is in Pereyaslavskaya Sloboda near the metro station Rizhskaya and among people it became known as "Tryphonsky".

    It's time to remember the sacredness Triangle of saint martyr Tryphon in Moscow. Invisible to the naked eye and having connected three churches in triangle alleged miracles of healing and the expulsion of evil spirits. It consists of three temples:
    1. Mother of God "The Omen" metro station Rizhskaya
    2. Temple in Naprudnoye
    3. Icons of Mother of God "Unexpected Joy" in the Maryina Roscha

    The fact that two of the three churches were not closed during the Soviet atheism, also speaks in favor of the defender Tryphon, as at times increases the power of Tryphon sacred triangle! All these three temples are located close to each other, forming an invisible sacred triangle, which, unfortunately, is not known even by many orthodoxies!!!

    St. Tryphon cathedral continued to keep some of its secrets. In ancient times, all the walls of the church were decorated with frescoes, which almost did not survive to the present. Recently, at the apses and vaults aisles, the remains of paintings were found out, executed in Byzantine style. It is proved that the creation of these frescoes dates back to the XIV century, but it is not known who made these frescoes - the Greeks or the Serbs.

    Cathedral of St. Tryphon is depicted on the emblem of the city and is one of the most important tourist attractions of Kotor. Each year, the cathedral attracts many tourists from around the world.
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    Гуляя по Старому городу Будва, вы наверняка увидите старую постройку, глядя на которую у вас даже мысли не возникнет, что это может быть Домом Божьим. И все же, это древнейшее каменное строение является храмом, возведенным в далеком XIX веке.

    Церковь Девы Марии (Santa Maria In Punta) в старом городе Будва является одной из 8-ми святынь Черногории, связанных с именем Богородицы. Святая Дева Мария считается официальным покровителем этого популярного города в Черногории. Небольшая и незаметная на первый взгляд, она является одним из самых старых строений в городе, однако в данный момент не действует.

    Древний католический храм Девы Марии расположен в крепостной стене старой части города Будва на юго-западной его окраине, о чём и говорит приставка «In Punta»  в названии, т.е. «на кончике». Церковь находится на самом краю города возле Цитадели и напротив известной церкви Святой Троицы, в которой до сих пор проводятся службы. Храм имеет общую стену с православной церковью Святого Савы, основателя Сербской православной церкви. Это совсем небольшой храм, площадью 15 кв.м., который в настоящий момент также не действует. Во время правления венецианцев здесь служились и православные литургии и католические мессы. На стенах церкви, несмотря на сильнейшее землетрясение, до сих пор сохранились фрагменты фресок середины XII века. По одной из легенд, именно с того места, где сейчас стоит церковь, святой Сава отправился в паломничество в Иерусалим.

    Возведение святыни датируется 840 годом, когда в Будву прибыли бенедиктианские монахи из Испании, что делает её одним из самых старых зданий во всей Черногории. , Вполне возможно, что храм был частью целого монастырского комплекса, который в то время находился рядом. По легенде, рядом с крепостной стеной монахи ордена бенедиктинцев установили икону Богородицы и позвали всех христиан поклониться лику Девы Марии только для того, чтобы узнать, есть ли в городе христиане. В IX веке они здесь уже были – людей пришло очень много, поэтому на этом месте решили возвести церковь имени Святой, изображённой на иконе. Древний текст, оставленный монахами на камне в северной стене, говорит о постройке храма. Эта надпись является свидетельством возведения Святыни и одной из главных достопримечательностей Будвы. В  XIV веке церковь была под владением ордена францисканцев. В 1807 году она перестала действовать, так как в город вошла армия Наполеона, превратившая храм в конюшню.

    Католическая церковь Святой Девы Марии несколько отличается от прочих черногорских святых строений. Сооружение является смешением архитектурных стилей, что, вероятно, связано с многократными реставрационными работами. Архитектурный памятник построена в форме неправильного прямоугольника, с боковой стороны храма находится вход. Главный алтарь был возведен раньше боковых стен восточной и западной сторон. По форме арок нефа можно заметить влияние готики XIII века. Каменный фасад с колокольней сложен из грубых камней и построен в «деревенском» стиле. Церковь имеет несколько прямоугольных окон неравного размера, а на стенах расположены фрески, датированные серединой XII века. Раньше в церковном алтаре хранилась главная городская святыня — чудотворная икона Девы Марии, так называемая «Будванская Богородица», долгие годы защищавшая город от болезней и врагов. В 1807 году, незадолго до осады Будвы армией Наполеона, ее успели перенести в церковь Святого Иоанна, где она храниться до сих пор. Стоит отметить, что это был очень правильный ход, так как французские войска устроили в ней конюшню.

    В настоящее время Церковь Девы Марии используется как музейная достопримечательность, а также, в дни городских праздников, служит местом проведения музыкальных вечеров и площадкой фестиваля классической музыки «Песни Медитерраны» поскольку в ней уникальная акустика.
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    Church of Our Lady of Health is located on the slope of a high mountain leading from Old Town to the fortress of St. John. The church was built by the locals honoring the Holy Mother in acknowledgement of rescue the town from plague epidemic. The icon of Our Lady of Health was places here, which became famous for its gift of saving from deceases in Medieval Italy. Church of Our Lady of Health was built in the beginning of XV century, but the first references were dated 1518. An older religious building dated VI century, related to Early Christianity period was found in the result of archaeological excavations.
    The walls of the church are decorated with the paintings depicting the life of the Blessed Virgin: the Birth, the Entry into the Temple, the Annunciation, and ascension into heaven.
    You get to the church just by foot walking over a stiff slope consisted of 500 stairs beginning from Old Town square.
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    Dajbabe monastery (serb. Manastir Dajbabe) – acting male Orthodox monastery in Montenegro, located at 4 kilometers from the capital of Podgorica.

    Monastery with a long history for its unusual location: it has a small system of caves in the form of a cross and an underground water source. In these catacombs in the 3rd century BC were hiding from the persecution of the early Christians. In the monastery complex includes the monastery Church, which is dedicated to the Dormition of the blessed virgin. Here the relics of St. Symeon the Wonderworker.

    Etymology of the Slavic name "Dajbabe" has a prayer petition "Give!" and appeal to the Woman (the Slavic word "Baba" had in ancient times pejorative connotations, as later in the Russian literary language). The place was anciently dedicated to the virgin Mary, and the Slavs in this name preserved the tradition: "Dajbabe" is an appeal to the virgin.

    The monastery was founded in 1897 on the site where the shepherd Petco (then – hieromonk Platon) saw a miraculous vision. The founder and first Abbot of the monastery was the monk Simeon Dybovskiy (in the world Sava Popovic) (1854 - 1 APR 1941), postrizhennyj of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra.

    According to the legend:
    Once in the monastery of Ostrog came Petko Ivezic, a poor peasant from the village of Dajbabe. He told father Simeon, of the vision that he was not in a dream, but in reality, in 1890. In a deserted place Petco saw a man dressed in gold embroidered robes and with the hat, on which was depicted a cross. This man said: "I am not an evil spirit as you think. I'm a Saint, but I'm buried by the Turks. I was the Lord of this land and disciple of the great Saint, I Want you to built me a monastery." It Petko, who was an orphan, said, "I am poor, father." – "Rich and do not need. There would be a desire. Build the first little Church".
    Father Simeon realized that we are talking about the disciple of Saint Sava of Serbia, whose relics the monks hid from the Turks that they should not have polluted the sanctuary, as, alas, happened in Serbian history from the Ottoman yoke, but he Petko, talking about the vision, did not know about this story, because it was known only to educated people.
    The monk Simeon decided to help the young man by the will of the Saint. This plan was blessed by Metropolitan and endorsed the Montenegrin king Nicholas I.

    The stories of old residents, in the monastery of the caves before the Foundation of the monastery was a Christian image, perhaps even the first centuries of Christianity, when the Christian services were held in the catacombs.
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    While in Montenegro, by all means visit the dilapidated castle Haj Nehaj, which is located on the mountain of the same name.

    Fortress, with a funny name for the Russian language,Haj Nehaj is located in the south of the Montenegrin coast, near towns Sutomore and Bar. It is clearly visible from the main Adriatic highway, but difficult to access. The fortress stands at an altitude of 230 m above sea level, from three sides it is surrounded by impenetrable walls and high precipices, and only one, western side has a small path leading to the gates of fortification, on which in stone carved winged lion - the emblem of the Venetian Republic. True to date, it is not there any more, and it is unknown, whether it has been stolen nowadays, or it was destroyed by Turks, but the fact remains. Nowadays, tourists, who want to familiarize themselves with this monument of military architecture of the Middle Ages, also use this path. We can imagine right away what kind of roads were in Europe in the Middle Ages.

    The name of the fortress Haj Nehaj comes from the word "hajati" - worry, fear. That is the literal translation - "Worry - do not worry" or "Be afraid - do not be afraid." And this is due to the fact that the north-western side of the fortress was easily accessible by enemies unlike impregnable southeast.

    In the Middle Ages to confront the Ottoman Empire, Venetians built a set of fortifications on the territory of the Montenegrin coast. Fortress Haj Nehaj was built in the XV-XVI centuries, and the first written mention of it dates back to 1542. In the ancient chronicles it is reported that a permanent garrison consisted of only two soldiers and one artilleryman, however, at the right time for the period of defense of the land around the fortress Haj Nehaj, it easily accommodates 900 people. For a long siege it housed a tank with a reserve of drinking water. The fortress has been completed for several times, at a later period in the middle of it, a number of fortifications appeared to protect it already from the firearm - round turrets with narrow loopholes, at the same time a powder magazine was equipped there. The fortress was used by Turks, and in the XIX century it was repulsed by Montenegrins who didn’t use it any more.

    There is a church of St. Demetrios in the middle of the fortress. Today, there are only ruins left, but in ancient times it was on the site before the construction of the fortress. The peculiarity of this church is the simultaneous presence of two altars, Catholic and Orthodox, indicating the unity of Christians in the fight against the Turkish conquerors.

    During its long history the fortress Haj Nehaj repeatedly passed from hand to hand between the Venetians, Turks and Montenegrins, so the different stages of its construction are characterized by different architectural styles and features of masonry.

    Lifehack: entrance to the fortress is possible only on the west side, and correspondingly, it is necessary to climb in the west, too. On the other side the fortress is protected by high walls.

    One can get to the fortress on foot. In the town Zagradzhe you can leave your car in the parking lot and start your path to ascension. There are several small paths to the castle, but without pointers. That’s why, use the maps of Montenegro, services of guides or navigation. All the way occasionally come across the prickly bushes, shrubs, and dry branches, which cling to the clothes and legs. But believe me, it's worth it - in 20-30 minutes before you, in all its glory, will appear the fortress Haj Nehaj, and an amazing view of the sea, mountains and the villages at the foot will open.

    Lifehack: It’s better to return before sunset, because in the dark to walk through the narrow tortuous paths is not very comfortable (even in daylight, many people manage to go the wrong way).

    The road to the fortress Haj Nehaj
    The road to the fortress Haj Nehaj, Montenegro
    The road to the fortress Haj Nehaj, Montenegro
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    Grahovsko lake is located in the south-western part of Niksic town-council near Grahovo town.
    An artificial lake created for agricultural needs, as well as for sports, leisure and fishing. This small lake is practically unknown to the tourists. It can boast with almost ideal natural conditions, such as water, sun and lush vegetation
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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.

    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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    Jablan Lake (translated as Poplar lake) or Small lake according to the locals. It is located 1791m above sea level near Mala Crna Gora village in Zhabljak town-council, at the foot of Stuoc mountain of the National Park Durmitor. Despite the lake is bigger than other lakes and indeed its depth is 8,5m, many people call it Small lake without obvious reasons. But "Poplar lake" has an explanation. One of the banks is covered with Poplar forest. The water of the lake has very beautiful saturated shadows. Thick big forests around fascinate and make your impression about lake brighter.
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    On the way from Przno to Sveti Stefan you can seea left exit off the road to a small monastery Praskvica. It is this exit you need to get to the mountains Chelobrdo (Planina Čelobrdo) which offers a gorgeous panoramic view of the Budva Riviera in Montenegro.

    You can get to the top either on foot or by car:
    • If you go on foot, it is necessary to reach Praskavica monastery, and from it there is an old stone road of "Yegor Stroganov" to the Mount Chelobrdo (it can also be seen on the map). In Montenegro, there is a legend that the monk built this way by himself for ten years.
    • If you go by car, when going off from the road Przno - Sveti Stefan, there is a fork. The road to the right leads to the monastery Praskvica and straight - to this very hill with magnificent panoramic views. You need to drive just a couple of kilometers to the monument to the heroes of the war in the village Chelobrdo and to the spring with sweet water. On this way, there are a few stops and each has a completely different view of the Budva Riviera, and a large part of the Adriatic coast.

    The mountain Chelobrdo offers amazing views of the sea, the island of Sveti Stefan, a variety of beaches, Milocer park, settlements Pržno, Budva, Becici and more. In addition, here you can see a fabulous sunset and the sun "diving" into the sea ...

    In addition, you can walk or drive even higher and reach the Women's monastic complex "Rustovo"on the territory of which the temple of Romanovs martyrs is situated.
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    Mountain Celobrdo (Čelobrdo)
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    Rozaje is a town located in the eastern part of Montenegro, considered the administrative center of the municipality, on the border with Kosovo. According to historians, it was built around a fortress built in the Middle Ages, and received its name from the old church Ruzica. This is a fairly developed town with a population of slightly less than 10 thousand people. It, like others surrounding towns, is not been explored by usual tourists. The fact is that Rozaje is far from the coast, so that only the most notorious lovers of natural beauty and eco-tourism reach these places. What is only worth visiting an ancient mountain village, where you can see the ruins of the church, dating from the reign of the Serbian king Uros I, who lived in the XIII century.
    Around the city there are many mountain mineral springs, with cold, extremely pure water that is rich in minerals.
    On the banks of the Ibar River, which flows near to Rozaje, there are plenty of picturesque gorges, very tempting for climbers. In summer they come to these places to train around and have a good rest in a lush environment. There also come lovers of sport hunting, - there are a lot of game in the woods around Rozaje, and for those who want to test their accuracy in shooting here is a real expanse.
    Local slopes are attractive for skiing fans. On these slopes hotels are built and a good track is laid, equipped with lifts. In four kilometers from the town there is a popular ski center Turyak, where operates several centers, teaching skiing.
    Every year Rozaje hosts many cultural events, among them an eventful festival "Hot winter in the mountains".Children's music festival of authors and performers "Golden feather. Golden path" takes place in the town. For music lovers in Rozaje arranged a festival of electronic music.
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     Crnojevica River is located in the municipality of Cetinje, and flows into the famous Skadar Lake. In summer, the river dries up a bit, and become green because of water lilies, and in winter the water rises a couple of meters, and has an amazing emerald color. On the river, there is a small town with a population of about 300 residents. Once upon a time in this peaceful place life pulsed there - because in ancient times the town was the capital of the Montenegrin state Zetas (1465-1490), and was the residence of ruling at the time John Crnojevic, the crossroad of major trade routes. Until the end of the XIX century, settlement had been developed actively – inns and pubs were built, manufacturing worked. The decline of the town, oddly enough, was related to independence in the late XIX century.

     Now the town has become a fishing village with such attractions as:
    • beautiful old bridges, one pedestrian - Danilov bridge, and the other – automobile;
    • beautiful renovated waterfront;
    • house of St. Peter from Cetinje - the oldest building in the town;
    • Monastery of St. Nicholas - the rim, where the first Montenegrin book "Oktoikh" was printed 
    • Zhmrlevitsa Cave with underground lake and interesting ornaments. 
     Also here you can go boating, fishing (in these places trout, carp and eel is caught), dine at the restaurant with a beautiful view of the river.
    If you want to stay in harmony with nature, to relax from the noisy seaside, relieve fatigue after working days - then you have to go here.
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    Crnojevica River

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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    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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    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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    Lučice beach (Lučice plaža) is a comfortable gravel-sandy beach in the bay surrounded by softwood. There are free and paid parking, restaurants, bars, water slide and see attractions.  
    Lučice beach
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    Beach Galia is a part of camping "Crvena Glavica", near the resort of St. Stefan.Galiya to the beach can be reached by car. The beach is well maintained and fully equipped beach furniture. Many believe that this beach Galia is one of the most beautiful beaches in Budva. The beach has sunbeds and umbrellas, cafes, changing rooms, showers, toilets, rescue service, Parking.  
    Beach Galija in Montenegro
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    Jaz Beach is the one of the most popular beaches in Montenegro. Madonna and RollingStones gathered concerts here. There are tourists all over the globe. The most popular tourist guide LonelyPlanet put Jaz top 10 Europe beaches after last year visit SeaDance2015.Jaz is located 3 km from Budva. One can get to the beach by a car or by bus. Near the beach, there is a spacious free parking. There are special places for a picnic and camping and free access to the beach. To rent a set of sun loungers and an umbrella costs approximately 3-7 Euros per day.The length of the beach is 2,5 km. It is surrounded by hills from all the sides and consists of two beaches, one is gravel (300 meters) and the second is sand (500 meters). The gravel beach has rocky bottom, which comes to a sandy one.Pay attention that the rest of the territory is for the nudists. 
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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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