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    Церковь Святой Недели в Херцег-Нови
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    One of the most famous and important spiritual relics in Montenegro is the Orthodox white-stone Cetinje monastery (Cetinjski Monastery). Cetinje Monastery is located in the heart of the ancient capital of Montenegro - Cetinje, at the foot of the Eagle Cross Mountain. Previously, the Cetinje Monastery was located a little elsewhere. Now from the ancient buildings only the foundations and the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin on Chipur have been preserved. The monastery has been here for more than 500 years! is the residence of Montenegrin metropolitans. Cetinski monastery is, without any exaggeration, the heart and soul of Orthodox Montenegro, which at all times was a symbol of freedom, national consciousness and the strong spirit of the Montenegrin people. At present, it is the political and cultural center of the country. Cetinje Monastery survived many events, which turned out to be more or less sign and turning in the fate of Montenegro. On the territory of the monastery the first Montenegrin printing house worked, published in 1493 the first book in the South Slavonic language in Cyrillic script – Octoechos (it can be found in the monastery museum). Further, other books followed: "Octoechos piatiglasnik", "Psalter", "Molitvoslov", "Four-Gospel". In 1880, the monastery opened the first secondary school in Montenegro. In the monastery there are the relics of St. Peter Cetinsky, Peter I, the spiritual and civil ruler of Montenegro, in the era of which the first written laws were adopted and central government bodies were established. Before the building of Biljarda, the monastery was the residence of Peter II Petrovic Njegos, a lord, ruler, poet and philosopher. In a small side cell, precious relics of great importance for Christians are stored: part of the right hand of John the Baptist (the hand that baptized Jesus) and the fragment of the Cross of Calvary, on which the Savior was crucified. The way of these relics to the Cetinje monastery was difficult and confusing. It is well known that the relics of the Order of Malta - the hand of John the Baptist, a fragment of the Calvary cross and the miraculous icon Our Lady of the Way “Hodegetria” (according to legend, written by the Evangelist Luke) - were brought to Russia, to Gatchina. In October 12, 1799 the head of the Maltese knights handed them to the Emperor Paul I. Until 1917 they were kept in the Winter Palace, and in 1919 the priest Bogoyavlensky, retreating with the troops of Yudenich, took them to Revel. Then the relics got to Paris. They were handed over to the Russian attache, and the latter to Maria Fedorovna, mother of Nicholas II, who then lived in Copenhagen. She bequeathed them to the Cetinje monastery: the imperial wanted to keep the shrines in this Orthodox place. After her death, the relics were found at Yugoslav sovereign, Alexander. At one time the right hand of John the Baptist was put up for worship in the royal chapel in Belgrade. After the occupation of Yugoslavia by the fascists, the members of the royal family had to leave the country, and the relics were hidden in one of the remote Montenegrin monasteries. Then traces of them were lost. And only many years later the relics took their place in the Cetinje monastery. The entire monastery during the Middle Ages was a powerful fortification, equipped with loopholes and surrounded by a serf moat filled with water, and a number of stakes. Fortress buildings of the monastery are preserved in part and up to the present time.History of Cetinje Monastery. The history of Cetinje Monastery began at the end of the XV century, and the founder of the monastery is Ivan Cernojevic - Ivan-beg. He ruled Zeta (the South Slavic principality in the territory of modern Montenegro) in 1465-1490. In 1479 the Turkish sultan Mehmet II seized Zeta, and Ivan was forced to leave the country and hide in Italy. Here Ivan-beg visited the Loreto Monastery of the Mother of God in Ancona, where he vowed to build a church dedicated to the Mother of God, in case of his return to his homeland. In 1481 Mehmet II died, and Ivan Cernojevic returned to Zeta and regained power over these lands. Soon he leaves his residence on Lake Skadar and restrains the word given to himself: in 1484, in the unapproachable for the Turks of the Lilac foothills, near the mountain Lovcen, a palace and the Cetinje monastery were built. By agreement with the then Zet Metropolitan Vissarion, the vicar bishop of Vavila and the whole of the brethren, Ivan establishes a dormitory charter for the monastery. Here, from the monastery of Vranjin, the residence of the Zeta eparchy, founded by Saint Sava I in 1219, was transferred. In his charter, Ivan Cernojevic generously endowed his "palace" with lands, forest lands and everything necessary. The monastery was on the hill of Cipur and, according to contemporaries, it was a "small but beautiful" monastery. In the middle of it there was the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, surrounded on three sides by a colonnade. Presumably the temple was built by craftsmen from Maritime region. On the edges of the site there were monastery buildings: a small church of St. Ap. Petra, cells, metropolitan chambers and farm buildings. In the outer walls of these buildings there were loopholes, and the whole monastery was girded with a moat and a fence of stakes. Ivan left after himself the son George, who ruled Zeta from 1490 to 1496. George is known for having founded the first printing press on the Obod in the Slavic south, and soon transferred it to the Cetinski monastery. The first printer was Hieromonk Macarius. On September 28, 1692 in the period of the Morean War (1684-1699) Cetinski monastery was completely destroyed. The Morean war is the struggle of the Christian union, which included Austria, Poland, Venice, the Vatican, and on their side the Serbs and Montenegrins fought against Turkey. Since 1688, the Venetian garrison was located in the Cetinski Monastery. When the invaders entered the monastery, the Venetians mined, blew it, and retreated. About 300 Turks perished, and their leader, the Skadar Pasha, Suleiman Bushatli, was wounded. Pasha, a distant descendant of the builder of the monastery Ivan Cernojevic, in a fury ordered to demolish the surviving church and monastic cells after a terrible explosion. The spiritual residence was moved to the nearby monastery Dobrskaja Celija (Kelija). In the 1701-1704 Metropolitan Daniel returned the Cetinje monastery to life and built it in a new place, on the slope of the Eagle Cross Mountain. The preserved parts of the old monastery were used to build a new one. In the altar wall of the new church was a stone relief with a two-headed eagle - Ivan Cernojevic's coat of arms, an old plate with the text about the base of the monastery installed above the entrance, and the arcades of the 2nd floor were decorated with old carved capitals. On the night from 24 to 25 December, on the eve of the Christmas in 1702, Orthodox Montenegrins by the order of Metropolitan Danil attacked the "Poturchentsi", that is, the Montenegrins who adopted Islam and conducted Turkish policy. All “poturchentsi”, except those who once again adopted Orthodoxy, were expelled from the country. This event, which strengthened the internal cohesion of Montenegrins in the struggle against the Turks, was reflected in the famous poem of Peter II Petrovic-Njegos "The Mountain Crown". In 1711, ambassadors from Russia, Colonel Mikhail Miloradovich (originally from Herzegovina) and Captain Ivan Lukashevich (a native of Podgorica) arrived in Cetinje with a message from the Russian Tsar Peter I proposing a joint struggle against Turkey. In 1712, 60,000 Turks under the leadership of the Bosnian vizier Ahmet Pasha Shapchayliya invaded Montenegro. On July 17 (old style) 1712 Montenegrins won at Tsarev Laz. In this battle, the lord Danil was wounded. But another part of the Turkish army made its way to Cetinje and destroyed the monastery. In 1714 the new vizier Numan-Pasha Chuprilich with a hundred and twenty thousand Turkish army passed along Montenegro, burning everything in its path. Lord Danil was forced to go to Russia for help. In 1715 in St. Petersburg, Metropolitan Danil received from the Russian Tsar Peter I money for the restoration of the country, including the construction of new monasteries and churches. Cetinje Monastery was completely restored in 1724. In 1784-1830 the Metropolitan of Montenegro was Peter I (Petrovic-Njegos) - Saint Peter Cetinski. In 1785, he was on a visit to Russia. During his absence, Skadar Pasha Mahmoud Bushatli attacked Cetinje and the monastery was destroyed again. During the next attack of Montenegro, Pasha was killed and his skull, as a reminder, is kept in the Cetinski monastery. Saint Peter built himself a new cell in this beautiful abode, which is still preserved. Four years after his death on October 18, 1834, the celebration of the glorification of this prelate took place, in which Orthodox Christians from all Serbian lands arrived in Cetinje. His successor was later the famous Montenegrin poet and metropolitan Peter II Petrovic Njegos (1830-1851). During his reign, the monastery expanded considerably. Thanks to the help received from Russia, the courtyard building and a kitchen with a refectory were built. Peter II was a comprehensively developed ruler. And for his diverse activities these monastic possessions were not enough. In his time in the monastery a school (founded in 1834), a printing house (brought by Peter II from Russia in 1833) operated, foreign visitors and even titled persons stayed here. In 1838, Peter II ordered to build a new residence next to the monastery. In Cetinje monastery, there were many high-ranking guests from Russia, including Russian great dukes. In July 1889 Great Duke Peter Nikolayevich (at that time the fiancé of Montenegrin princess Milica Nikolaevna) visited this place, and in July 1899 Great Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich wrote a poem "Montenegro". In the 1890's an open tomb in honor of the ruling dynasty is built to the monastery wall outside. In 1896, on the upper tier of the bell tower, clocks are arranged, over which appears a small belfry. In the 1916-1918 during the First World War, Cetinje was in the zone of occupation of Austrian troops. After the end of the war, on November 26, 1918, Montenegro merges with Serbia, and on December 1, 1918 Serbia and Montenegro form a united Yugoslav kingdom with Slovenia and Croatia. Since that time Cetinje ceases to be called the capital oа country. A lot of changes occurred during the reign of the next metropolitan - Gabriel (Dozhich) in 1920-1938. In 1925-1927 he erected a new metropolitan residence, and the bell tower received its present appearance. In 1984, for Metropolitans, a new building of the Metropolitan Residence was built, and in the old building of the residence there was a museum exposition of the Cetinian sacristy. Since 1990, Montenegrin metropolitan has been Amfilohiy (Radovic). In May 1994, the Cetinje Monastery was visited by the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Alexiy II.A little about the internal structure and appearance of the Cetinjski monastery. The main monastery church is dedicated to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin. Here are the main relics of the monastery: the relics of St. Peter of Cetinje, the imperishable right hand of St. John the Baptist (Forerunner), as well as part of the Life-giving Cross of the Lord.Lifehack: in different sources you can find information that the right hand of St. John the Baptist is kept in other cities and places. It happened so because the church relics used to be divided into parts so that as many people could touch their power. In Cetinje, the entire right hand is stored, except for the ring finger and little finger. It is the tiny particles of these fingers that are stored in countless churches and monasteries claiming that they have the hand of John the Baptist. In addition, the church houses the iconostasis, which is carved from a tree. According to some sources, the icons were painted by Nicholas Aspioti from the island of Corfu, and on the other by the brothers Ginowski from Macedonia. The church is notable for the fact that on the site of the altar image there is an icon of St. Peter Cetinski. For this reason, it is often mistakenly written that the church is dedicated to him. In the church are buried: Montenegrin prince Daniil I Petrovic-Njegos and his brother, governor Mirko, for his outstanding victories over the Turks nicknamed "the sword of Montenegro". The cell of St. Peter of Cetinje is also well preserved in the Cetinski monastery, in which a particle of the relics of St. Theodore Stratelates is kept. In the museum of the monastery you can see the crown of St. Stephen of Deccan, the epitrachel of St. Sava I, the vestments of Montenegrin metropolitans and the gifts of Russian emperors, as well as a valuable collection of handwritten and printed books of the 13th and 19th centuries, for example the handwritten Gospel of Divosh Tikhoradich (circa 1350 ). Between the monastery and the palace-museum of the Montenegrin king Nicholas, the court church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos is located, attached to the Cetinsky monastery and is a temple of the Cetinan seminary. The remains of the last Montenegrin ruler of King Nicholas (died in 1921) and his wife Milena, transferred here from the Russian church in San Remo (Italy) in 1989, kept in the church. To the Cetinski monastery is also attributed the monastery of St. Elijah to Komovima. Once it was destroyed, and in 1997 it was restored by the efforts of Mikhail Prelevich and the inhabitants of the nearby Kuca area. Near the church theere is a cell building. Another winter house of St. Peter Cetinski in the village of Karuc on the Skadar Lake also belongs to the monastery. And above the monastery thre is a small one of St. John the Baptist. At the top of the Eagle Cross Mountain, behind the monastery,there is the mausoleum of Bishop Danil, in the form of an open chapel. From here you can see the Lovcen mountain range, on one of its peaks - Jezerski vrh there is the mausoleum of Peter II Petrovic Njegos, built on the site of the tomb - the church of St. Peter of Cetinje. This beautiful church in 1972 was destroyed by the authorities of Tito and a modern, unremarkable building was erected there. The burial itself is located below the hall, here stands the sculpture of Peter Njegos with an eagle on his shoulder. Legend has it that Njegos ordered to bury himself exactly on the top of this mountain, in order to enjoy from there all of Montenegro. The subjects offered to bury Njegos on the highest mountain in Montenegro, but he refused, explaining that in the future there would be a ruler who would make more for Montenegro than he did , then let him be buried on the highest mountain (on Mount Bobotov Kuk - 2523 meters above sea level in the Durmitor National Park).In the monastery are kept such relics as:  • The hand of John the Baptist;  • The relics of St. Peter Cetinski (Peter I Petrovic Njegos);  • Particles of the Holy Cross;  • Epitrachel of Saint Sava;  • Crown of King Stephen of Deccan;  • Vestments of Montenegrin Metropolitans;  • Gifts of Russian emperors;  • A valuable collection of manuscript and printed books of the 13th-19th centuries;  • Various old church banners. All these make the Cetinski Monastery in Montenegro a repository of one of the richest collections of Orthodox relics. Despite such an impressive list of important relics, the monastery itself looks rather modest - masonry with narrow passages and small halls. Such an atmosphere helps to plunge into yourself and think about the the deeds.Lifehack: as there is always a lot of people in this temple, local monks give very little time for looking at relics and, keep in mind that for a long time you will not be able to view the shrines. Near the main shrines inside the church you will be able to spend literally 2-3 seconds ...Rules of visiting and behavior in the Cetinski monastery. You can visit Cetinski Monastery absolutely free of charge in any day during daylight hours. In Cetinski monastery the appearance of pilgrims and tourists is strictly watched. Monks periodically politely remind that you are in God's temple, and therefore must follow certain rules of decency. You can get inside the temple only in the right closed clothes: shoulders and knees should be covered (naturally deep decolletes are not allowed), women need a headscarf and a skirt. Lifehack: if for some reason you did not manage to comply with these rules, do not worry, in the courtyard you will find skirts of the right length, scarves, pareos and even long trousers for men that you can rent before entering the temple. All this is issued to tourists also free of charge, but, of course, after visiting the monastery things should not be returned. Women in the monastery may not cover their heads. Lighted candles pilgrims put in the courtyard in a special tray with water (a symbol of purification), covered in case of rain. Lifehack: if you come with a group, then you will go to the relics almost immediately. If you decide to visit this place on your own, you will have to wait until  10-15 people get together, then you will be shown the relics. On the territory of the monastery there is also a church shop where you can buy candles, icons, talismans, souvenirs, brojanicas (a Balkan Orthodox amulet on your hand, bound with a special weaving of sheep's wool and connected in a ring) and much more. Here, as in popular monastery Ostrog, you can leave notes with names of relatives and friends. Another important factor that we would like to warn you about: photography is prohibited in the church.What can You see next to the monastery? At the exit from the monastery, on the left you can find a landscape map of Montenegro, to which the relief of Montenegro has been artistically transferred to the smallest details. A beautiful Vlaska church with frescoes by Greek masters is located near the monastery. Around this church there is a fence of Turkish cannons seized during the war with the Turks in 1876. Next there is the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin on Cipur. This church is attractive because it stands on the foundations of the old Cetinski monastery. Nearby there is the Government House, which houses two museums - the Historical and Art, an art gallery with the works of Pierre Auguste Renoir, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall and other painters. And since the Monastery is still located in the central part of Cetinje, a great deal of historical places, sights, cultural centers and objects for photography can be found near it. We strongly recommend a walk along the old town of Cetinje, as there are a lot of beautiful and interesting places, which are worth a look, because for many years this city was the capital of Montenegro. In addition, the Cetinski Monastery is surrounded by beautiful scenic nature, clean air at any time of the year, and the quiet, measured life of the local population and the ancient streets with cozy cafes will surely make you plunge into a carefree and relaxed state. As the saying goes: "And let the whole world wait ..."!How to get to Cetinje and Cetinski Monastery?1. The easiest way to come to Cetinje is by using public transport. You will find it useful: The schedule of buses in Montenegro.2. The second most common option - to purchase a package tour:  • Monastic tour - visit of Ostrog and Cetinje monasteries  • Mini-Montenegro-Cetinje monastery and the city of Cetinje  • Individual excursion will give an opportunity to see the city and the monastery with a personal guide.3. The simplest, but quite expensive option is to rent a car in Montenegro and get there yourself. For convenience, we attach the schedule of services in the Cetinski Monastery: At 5.00 am - Morning; At 6.30 am - Divine Liturgy (on holidays at 9.00 am); At 5.00 pm - All-night vigil (only on the eve of the holiday or Sunday). Also on Tuesdays and Thursdays – reading of the akathist to St. John the Forerunner and the Honorable and Life-giving Cross of the Lord. Peace, kindness and patience to you.  
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     Trnovacko Lake is the most romantic and "loving" place of Montenegro. This is a small freshwater mountain lake (length-825 m, width-713 m, maximum depth 9 m) is located at an altitude of 1517 metres above sea level, in the Durmitor National Park, in the north-west part of Plužine town-council on the border with Bosnija and Hercegovina, at the foot of Maglić, Volujak and Bioč mountains. It is really difficult to get to the lake. But it cannot stop numerous romantic natures to overcome every difficulty and get to the heart of Montenegro literally. To get there, you need about six hours to cross over many high mountains and steep paths. But the view is worth of it. Water of the lake gradually changes its color from transparent to deep bright blue-green. There are huge tall mountain peaks of Dinaric Alps around the lake.  It is located 1517 above sea level, the length is 825m, the width is 713m and maximum depth is 9m. Trnovačko lake is glacial one, that is why it freezes in winter. And the peaks around are covered with thick snow layer. In order not to be lost and get successfully to the lake, you can find special hiking tours.
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    As a legend has it, in 1858 the ship "Merito" , owned by Antun Alegrete from Trogir, under the control of the captain Naporeli sank at the mouth of Bojana river and the sea. This moment was decisive for Ada.In the 19th century, there were two small islands in this place. After the shipwreck, two nearby islands massed river sediments, thus in 1882 Ada island began to form. The archive of Shkoder has an evidence that in the second half of the 19th century (1858/59) Drim changed the course of flow and since then only one river channel has been flowing into Bojana. Ada Island is of triangular shape, two sides of which are washed by the river, and one by the sea. The territory of island is 600 hectares, and the length of the beach is 3800 meters. Ada is one of the most famous tourist gems of Montenegro.Ada has a special place for nudists with a special atmosphere, cleverly hidden from prying eyes by Bojana river and the sea.The best recommendation for the tourists who want to come to Ada, "If you've ever wanted to spend an unforgettable holiday in the costumes of Adam and Eve, Ada Bojana is definitely the right choice."It is said that Ada Bojana helps to get rid of negative thoughts. On the territory of Ada is unusually quiet, and after a few days you will be able to relax, gain strength and positive energy.Singing of birds, sound of the sea, light breeze, hum of crickets, scorching sun makes the atmosphere of holiday unique in Ada.
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    Peninsula Prevlaka Miholska or Island of Flowers ("floral" island). Miholska Prevlaka peninsula ("Prevlaka" in Montenegrin means isthmus) can be easily included into the list of sights of interest of Montenegro. Island of Flowers (Prevlaka) is located in the Bay of Tivat near Tivat Airport. Dimensions of the island is small - about 300 m long and 200 m wide. There is about 2 km from Tivat to the island, and you can get there by boat from the town pier or on the road by bus, car or taxi. Officially, it is referred to as an island, but still is correct to call it a peninsula, since it is connected to the mainland by a small isthmus. Only during high tide this strip of land is slightly flooded and, accordingly, Miholska Prevlaka becomes similar to the island. In addition, as you may have noticed, this island has two completely different names and each of them has its own interesting history of creation.1. The name "Miholska Prevlaka" was given to the island in honor of the ancient monastery of St. Archangel Michael, which was built in the VI century. At the moment, of the monastery complex, formerly occupied the whole island, only building with monastic cells and the small church are restored. Only three monks live in the monastery.2. Why is the "Island of Flowers"? The thing is that the island is considered the birthplace of all kinds of palm trees, various flowers and plants growing on it in the old days. In addition, it was decorated with gorgeous olive grove, almost completely destroyed by refugees from Bosnia during the breakup of Yugoslavia and the military action. However, numerous and diverse flora and fauna, lush Mediterranean greenery, bright flowers still pleasing the eye of coming tourist. That is why the island became known as the "Island of Flowers".History of the Peninsula Prevlaka Miholska (Island of Flowers). Archaeological excavations of the island began in 1996 and have been continuing to this day. Based on got results, as a mosaic, the story of the island Miholska Prevlaka is made up. Stone axes, found on the island, suggest that the first settlements date back to the Bronze Age. Greek products of VI - V century BC from the archaeological excavations of the archipelago, belong to the trading period of the Illyrian tribes with Greece. In the III century BC, the coast is conquered by Romans, throughout the island, the remains of Roman buildings and mosaics, utensils, money, and others are found. And in the front part of the temple of the Holy Trinity is a Roman granite column. It is also clear, that Christianity has been presenting on the Roman coast of Tivat from the outset. The story says, that apostle Paul with his disciples walked all along the coast from Trebinje (Albania) to Kistanje (Croatia). There is a strong possibility, that Apostle Paul preached the gospel here. In the IV century during the Emperor Constantine rule, Christianity became the dominant religion, and on the site of Roman buildings of Prevlaka, temple was built, which was destroyed in the IV - V centuries. Remains of an ancient stone decoration of buildings, fragments of ceramic, a porous stone decorations marked with an early Christian symbol of the fish testify the ancient temple. More recent discoveries and traces of the buildings belong to the VI century, perhaps there was a Benedictine monastery, which was destroyed by warlike Avars.In 1219, after obtaining independence of the Serbian Church, its first archbishop St. Sava Nemanjic established in Prevlaka residence of metropolitans of Zeta principality. To protect from hostile attacks, two fortified watchtowers were built. One of them was in the vicinity and blocked the only road to the island. In XVI - XVII centuries the towers were rebuilt in summer villas, and now only ruins overtop the desert plain (they can be seen on the way from the airport to the island).In 1420, before the threat of invasion of the Ottoman Empire, Kotor came under the control of the Venetian Republic. Kotor nobility wanted to get the land of the Orthodox diocese, that prevented Zeta Metropolitan. The conflict worsened after the Council of Florence (1438 - 1445 years), the decisions of which were not accepted by the Orthodox churches, and resistance were called among the monastic circles. Prevlaka monastery became a major concern for the Catholic Venetian authorities. In the future, the Archdiocese moved the residence in Cetinje, the island was abandoned and fell into disrepair.In 1827, a childless widow, Countess Catherine Vlastelinovich, wishing to restore the sanctuary, bought one-third of Prevlaka. For three years she has updated her house and the house of servants, instead of the wild weeds and shrubs, she planted fruit trees, made the trails on the island and to the sea. Catherine did not have enough funds for the restoration of St. Archangel Michael Church, and she had a smaller church of Trinity built near. Single-nave church of the Holy Trinity was consecrated in 1833. Today, the relics of the martyrs of Prevlaka, and part of the relics of Righteous Fyodor Ushakov, who fought for the independence of Montenegro are kept in the temple. And the sacristy of the monastery contains shrines and monuments of successive ages. In addition, the island of flowers famous for its sights, famous vacation spots and ancient structures. One of them is a magnificent and clean beach on the Island of Flowers. The beach is surrounded by lush vegetation, saturating the air with amazing flavors. It’s quite pleasant to walk in the shade of the wood or find a secluded shady corner and hide from the midday heat and from other people ... The beach itself consists of a small sandy and rocky areas. The sea off the Island of Flowers is always calm, so water skiing is a favorite activity of tourists. Many local residents and tourists love to visit this beach and arrange picnics there. The other point of interest, which is also worth a visit of the island is a Monastery of the Holy Archangel Michael, which was built in the VI century. Since the XIII century, during the heyday of Old Slavic state of Zeta, the residence of the Orthodox Metropolitan of the country was placed there. Bishop accommodated in the monastery of St. Archangel Michael till the middle of the XV century, until a tragic event on the island. In 1441 the Venetians destroyed Orthodox monastery, justifying their actions allegedly by outbreak of plague epidemic. Later studies have shown, that they simply tried to hide their terrible crime - the murder of the monks, and be more precise, the poisoning of monks by arsenic during a festive meal, presenting it as "riot of black death" or plague.Retold by Montenegrin writer Stjepan Mitrov Ljubisa (1824 - 1878), local legends tell of the ne'er-do-well son, a certain Drushko, who spent the money given by the dying mother for the production of two bells for the Prevlaka monastery. Rich backers promised him the title and the right to a quarter of the island property, if he would help them to get rid of the monks. Sly Drushko came to the monastery with repentance, where he was warmly received. During the patronal feast Drushko poisoned food, half an hour later when the monks began to fall under the table, he jumped up and started shouting: "Plague! Plague!". At this signal, towards the island, cannonballs flew from the Venetian ships moored nearby in the bay. Thus, under pretence of fighting with plague in the middle of the XV century, the cradle of Orthodoxy was destroyed. They say, that the church bell tower was so high that when it fell into the sea, the risen water swept coastal houses. Seventy monks were killed, and Drushko himself disappeared. At least, in Kotor, he no longer came, and his descendants were cursed, though they became owners of the deserted island. There is not any historical evidence of this legend, although the land of the monastery went into possession of Drushko family and archaeological excavations confirmed the time of destruction of the monastery. In 1994 and later in 1996, the relics of the monks were found, that miraculously exhaled fragrance and streamed myrrh. God's miracle was confirmed by the Bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church, and it can be watched by all the pilgrims coming. Only 300 years later, in 1833, under the supervision of Countess Catherine Vlastelinovich, restoration works of Miholska Prevlaka and construction of Trinity Church were started, where today the relics of 70 martyrs of the Prevlaka (slain monks) are rested. Catherine selfless activity was not liked by the Austrian authorities. In 1845 the island was attacked by bandits looted the church valuables and beat 68-year-old woman. Eighteen months later, Catherine died in unclear circumstances. In 1987, during the exhumation of the remains, a lead grain of handgun was found in her stomach. Property of countess was inherited by Bishop Petar II Petrovic Njegos and Holy Trinity Church of Prevlaka. After the death of the Countess Catherine further construction and restoration of the monastery complex stalled. A new attempt to restore the holy place has been made recently. So far from the monastery complex, formerly occupied the whole island, only a building with monastic cells and the small Church of the Trinity are restored. Between them there are the ruins of an ancient temple of Archangel Michael of VI century. Closer to the shore, you can see the excavations of the ancient monastery walls and towers. Only three monks live in the monastery now. Stunning facilities with a history of Montenegro, at every turn, and island of Flowers is one more proof!  
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    Montenegro impresses with its beauty. Dense vegetation, pure Adriatic sea, fresh products - what can be better for a romantic holiday? To see the sunrise during breakfast, to admire sunset from a quay or have rest at the shore of the mountain lake. Below WAYTOMONTE provides its own list of romantic hotels for your holiday.Regent Porto Montenegro 5* Stay in this hotel is an exceptional pleasure. Here you will dive into the atmosphere of luxury and unique service. The hotel is located in an absolutely newly built square of Porto Montenegro, in yacht sport zone in Tivat. One may walk along the quay and exploring the yachts, to find some to rent and may be for purchase. The hotel infrastructure provides absolutely unique advantages. There are own Spa-center, open swimming pool and also an exclusive access to Lido complex. This swimming pool is included to top 10 swimming pools of the world. A horizon merges with a swimming pool edge, wonderful cocktails, bright sun and music programs by evenings. For those who love swimming at the sea, Regent also can surprise you. The hotel does not have personal beach zone. But the guests are proposed to visit a private island by boat. On top of everything else, inside of PortoMontenegro, there are many restaurants with different world cuisines and small boutiques.  Avala Resort & Villas 4* What can be more romantic than living near Old City walls? Perhaps it is the only hotel in Budva located closely to the sea. It has its own beach zone close to Old Town. Here you can swim and observe tourists exploring the fortress. Also you can visit St. Nicola's island. It takes 10 minutes from hotel to get to the port, so you can organize sea travel. You can while away evenings in hotel or have lunch in numerous restaurants of Old Town or on the quay. Later you can visit AvalaCasino in hotel. Hotel Splendid Conference and SPA Resort 5* The first 5 star hotel in Montenegro. It is located in the next from Budva town, Becici. The hotel provides the first class service and got the name old time ago. The hotel has an advantageous location. From one hand, you will be in a walking distance from the main tourist center with dynamic nightlife; from the other hand, you can visit other very beautiful beaches, such as Kamenovo and beach near Sveti Stefan Island. If you choose this hotel for your romantic holiday, restaurants with Japanese and European cuisine, casino and SPA-center will be available for you. Hotel Aleksandar 4* Hotel Aleksandar is also located on Budva seashore, in Rafailovici town. This comfortable hotel is located on the shore, in 5 minutes walking distance to Kamenovo beach with beautiful transparent blue water. For the comfort of lovers hotel provides saunas and a wonderful restaurant Aleksandar, which gained tourists love. For sure, you will not be able to forget sunsets on a terrace of the restaurant. ForzaMare hotel 5* This 5 star hotel is located in Boka-Kotor bay, in a place, which is considered one of the most beautiful in Montenegro. Near tourist center of Kotor, in an absolutely quiet village, Dobtota. All guests place special emphasis on cuisine of the hotel restaurant and certainly high quality service. The rooms are designed in various styles imitating famous cities and countries of the world. Hotel has its own sea zone. It is a concrete section with water entry. There are also SPA and Jacuzzi. In the evenings, you can walk along the quays of Perast and Kotor, visit small restaurants located on the shore. May be you will find fishing shop and you will be served with just caught mussels. Hippocamus hotel 4* One should live inside the walls of Old Town, at least once in a lifetime and fling oneself into history. Especially if it is Old Town in Kotor. In the designing rooms of Hippocamus hotel, modern design is combined with the elements of old house. Sometimes, centuries-old stonework is seen. You can hardly imagine how to take lunch in the morning on a terrace viewing to tiled roof of Old Town. Later come out to the old cobbled streets, walk slowly and feed local cats.Towards evening, certainly it is worth to walk upstairs to the St. Ivan's fortress. After all, there is the most beautiful sunset view opening Boka-Kotor bay.  
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    Kolasin is a small resort located 73 km north of Podgorica on the left bank of the Tara River at an altitude of 960 m above sea level. It is surrounded by three mountain ranges - Sinjavina, Komovi, Belasica. Today, the community of Kolasin occupies 897 km2, about 3000 people live here.  History of the city Here already in the early Middle Ages the settlement of the Slavs was founded. The fertile lands of Kolasin, reliably protected from winds and cold by mountain "walls," have for centuries been the cause of controversy. The city-fortress, reliably protecting mountain passes and approaches to the sea, was founded by the Turks who then owned these lands in 1652. The city circled the outpost of the caravan route through Podgorica in Bijelo Polje. A part of Montenegro, Kolasin became only in the late 19th century and almost immediately became a popular resort town.  Attractions of the city From an excursion point of view, Kolasin is an unremarkable city. There are no famous monuments, old city or popular museums. However, this town is considered the center of mountain tourism in Montenegro throughout the year. And not only in winter, but also in the summer, visitors who prefer fresh forest air, mountain trails and natural beauty to the sea coast come here. One may see in Kolasin the ruins of the Turkish arsenal (500 meters south of the city center) and a central park with memorials in honor of killed in the Second World War. In the central square is opened a historical museum (Trg Vogas, 1), where are several exhibitions - ethnographic, historical and art. In the southern part of the city there is a botanical garden, in which more than a hundred samples of mountain plants are collected. Kolasin is a small and extremely compact city. Dimensions of Kolasin exceed many of the world's ski resorts. Its total length is 15 km. The ski tracks are located 8.5 km from the city.Lifehack: from Kolasin to the ski resort, you can get by a taxi (according taxi meter 10-14 euros one way) or by SKI-BUS. The bus from the city to the slopes is organized by hotels Bianka and Lipka, so for the guests of these hotels it is free. In the hotels themselves they say that only their guests may take the bus. But in fact,this bus can take anyone who wants, paying about 3-4 euros. If you have not settled in one of the named hotels, ask the owner where and for how much you can take that bus. From year to year this information changes.The ski season in Kolasin usually starts from the end of December and continues until the beginning or middle of April. However, there is a possibility that there will be very little snow in the Kolasin during the New Year holidays. Still, the height is small. But from mid-January to the end of March, snow will be for sure. Just in case, the tracks are equipped with an artificial snow machine, as in many other modern European ski resorts. In Kolasin there is good lighting, which allows you to ski in the evening. On the slopes there are two modern lifts - for children and adults. Ski lovers have the opportunity to hire a professional instructor, highly skilled specialists with international experience work there. If you did not take skis and equipment - this is not a problem, you will find everything you need at the box office right on the ski slopes. There are 7 tracks in total, not counting the transitions from track to track. All of them are cut in the forest and intertwined, which allows each time to change the route of descent. The lowest point is at an altitude of 1450 meters above sea level. The highest is 1973 meters. In the ski resort Kolasin there are 5 lifts, not counting the children's one. Three rope tows (№4, 3, 5) and two chairlifts (№ 1, 2). Ski lift number 1 is the most popular in the resort. It is a modern 6-seater chair lift, which delivers to the top in 6 minutes. Because of the high bandwidth, it's impossible to stand for more than three minutes in a line. Rope tow № 4 works non-stop and is very popular, because all beginners ride it. With the maximum influx of people on it you can stand in line for no more than 5-7 minutes. Rope tow No. 3 usually works if there is a large number of skiers. The rope tow No. 5 at the peak is the least frequent to work. Only when there is a lot of visitors and good clear weather. Chair lift №2 - "old resident" of this resort. He lifts two on an armchair, goes slowly, has the opportunity to retreat halfway. It takes about 20 minutes to get to the peak. There are no queues for it ever. The elevator almost always works when there is clear weather on the top.Lifehack: Also on the slopes there are two restaurants with open heated terraces. Dishes are delicious, but prices are higher than in the city.What to do in the winter in Kolasin? • Skiing and snowboarding • Winter photo safari • Rafting • Winter hiking in the mountains • Paragliding • Climbing • CampingWhat to do in the summer in Kolasin? • Jeep Safari • Rafting • Mountain biking  • Kayaking • Canoeing • Speleology • Fishing • Paragliding • Hiking • Eco tourism • Horseback riding • Pilgrimage tourism (Culture tourism) • Excursions • Climbing • Camping • Photo safari • Gathering of forest berries and herbs  What to see in the vicinity of the city? It is worth paying attention to the Monastery of Moraca, a sample of architecture of the 13th century. It is a stone throw from the center of Kolasin, on the highway E80. The Orthodox Monastery of Moraca is located on the high bank of the same name mountain river Moraca, which forms the famous canyon of Moraca, sometimes reaching a height of 1000 meters. The famous monastic complex is an important monument of medieval architecture and consists of a large Church of the Assumption of the Virgin, a small Church of St. Nicholas, buildings with monastic cells and a rich subsidiary farm (you will see apiary, sheep herds, and turkeys with ducks) - all against the serene murmur of the mountain river, which swiftly carries its emerald waters somewhere below. It is worth visiting the Djurdjevic Bridge over the Tara River on the way to Zabljak. Plavskoje lake is best visited in the summer. Also, you can spend time exploring the National Park, the territory of which extends to the city. Especially appreciate the natural beauty of lovers of ecotourism, because in walking distance are the oldest forests in Europe. Epicenter of forest resources is Belasica, and the pearl of the reserve is Biogradsko Lake, one of the largest among the 5 glacial lakes, on the shore of which it is possible to rent a cottage for several days.  How to get to the city? The distance from Podgorica airport to the city is 80 km, and from Tivat airport - 160 km. From the airports to the city one can get by taxi. It is better to book a car in advance, since a taxi in the airport itself is usually 2-3 times more expensive than the standard taxi tariffs. The railway connects the city with Belgrade.Lifehack: hotels Bianka and Lipka organize a free transfer for their guests. You can also rent a car and ride the to the slopes by yourself. If you have a big company and besides the skiing in Kolasin, you are interested in the rest of Montenegro, then this will be the most profitable option. Moreover, having a rented car in Montenegro, you can ride to the slopes of Zabljak, living in Kolasin. The journey takes about 2 hours one way.Lifehack: if you rent a car, be sure to check that there is a set of snow chains on the wheels in the trunk.  AccommodationThere are different accommodation options in the city of Kolasin. A lot of positive feedback was received by the four-star hotel "Bianca Resort & Spa" with a stone and wood interior and a spa complex, as well as a small three-star Hotel Cile with a good location in the center. Also you can always rent an apartment.Lifehack: should be aware that the prices for the New Year, namely from 25.12 to 14.01 higher at 1.5-2 times and find something free becomes difficult already from the middle of November.  Cafes and Restaurants In the first minutes of acquaintance, Kolasin strikes with comfort and tranquility. This is especially noticeable for those who come to the ski resort in the morning. It’s difficult to believe that there can be secular and night life there. Such a first impression is erroneous. Kolasin is a secular resort. There are many cafes and restaurants of different price level. But especially it is necessary to allocate 2 restaurants: Savardak and Konoba. The very word "savardak" means something like the tepee of local residents. The restaurant inside and outside looks exactly like the Savardaks built in the old times by local people. The menu is rather modest, only a few dishes. And this assortment has been preserved for many years. Because these dishes, firstly, are prepared only in this region (even on the coast you will not find them), and secondly, they are prepared terrifically delicious. For a couple of visits you can try the whole menu, but remember the delicious taste of them for a long time. Restaurant Konoba is located in the center of Kolasin. This restaurant has a richer menu. Preparation is very tasty to. But the atmosphere of the restaurant is most appealing here. It is like an old wooden house of a local resident. Very warm, cozy and original. Especially when candles are placed on tables in the evening. There are two well-known night clubs in Europe - Select and 66. The advantages of the ski holidays in Kolasin are the high quality of the slopes (two of which have been certified by FIS, allowing to hold international competitions here), as well as modern equipment and high quality of service. In Kolasin an annual cup of skiers "Golden ermine" is held in February - competitions for snowboarders. The ski base in Kolasin was completely modernized in 2008, which makes the resort town no less attractive than Zabljak or any other European ski resort. Together with the unique healing air, it is an excellent choice for winter outdoor activities.  
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    The fortress of Grmozur, among the inhabitants of the region of Crmnica, known as the "Snake Island" is one of the many military-historical sites that have remained since the Montenegrin-Turkish confrontation. It was built relatively late, compared to other Turkish fortresses in this region, however, it managed to play a significant role both in the military conflict itself and after its end. The fortress is located on the island of the same name Grmozúr near the village of Godinje, the municipality of Bar, in the northwestern part of Skadar Lake. The fortification was built by the Turks in 1843 after they captured neighboring fortresses - Vranjina, Lesendro and Zabljak. The erection of another Fort Grmozur allowed the Ottoman Empire to organize an extended fortified line consisting of several fortresses and extend its influence to a significant part of Skadar Lake. The fortress has an area of about 430 m² and is surrounded by stone walls 50-120 cm thick. The fortress building is divided into two parts, each of which has its own door. On the perimeter there are defensive towers. In 1878, the fortress was captured by Montenegrin troops, and in the same year, King Nicolas I ordered the establishment of a prison on a fortified island. At first, the killers and other hardened criminals served their sentence here. But from the beginning of the twentieth century, political prisoners also appeared in it, for example, Belgrade students who committed an attempt on King Nicolas I. A strict rule was imposed in the prison - in the event of the escape of any of the prisoners, the guilty security guard took their place. Nevertheless, for all time of its existence, one prisoner managed to escape - he used the prison doors as a raft to swim to the shore. In 1905, a strong earthquake damaged a part of the walls and the tower of the prison, after which the fortress of Grmozur was abandoned. Now it is in a dilapidated state, trips by boats and ships are often organized for curious tourists who are interested in the historical sights of Montenegro.  
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    Fortress Grmozur in Montenegro
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     Susica canyon is one of the most beautiful canyons in the Balkans. It is located within the National Park «Durmitor», it's length is 14 km, the maximum height of the coast – 600 meters. Canyon is available for motorcyclists, cyclists and hikers.  The magnificence of the canyon can only be compared to the canyon of the river Tara. It begins on Durmitor, at an altitude of 1300 meters above sea level and the height of the mouth to Tara is only 512 meters. Except for the first few miles, Susica flows under the ground. A long time ago, this river was overflowing, but a lot of years spring floods forced it to find a more suitable underground way to the river Tara.  The lowest point of canyon is in it's fourth kilometer. Susicko lake is situated on that place, which as well as the river, during the summer heat disappears and in its place grows herb that blows on the wind and changes it's color from bright green to dark emerald. Shores of canyon turn green in summer, thanks to lush vegetation consisting mainly of pine, spruce, beech and maple. There are several grassy areas resembling a football field at the bottom of the canyon.  As you get closer to the river Tara, you become more and more surprised by canyon's beauty. The mouth of two rivers and the snare of the two canyons is the most impressive place. The banks of the river Susica from a height of 600 m descend down to the water almost vertically. View of the gorge is memorable, but to admire it you will have to step up to the very precipice and every one is not able to do that, because of the high altitude. There are mountain plateau with two villages at the highest points of the coast. They are Crna Gora and Nedajno in which there is also an observation deck for tourists. Though it seems that these villages are a stone's throw from each other, connecting them road runs almost 20 km.  The canyon is home to many wild animals such as wild boar, bears, deer, wild goats that graze on it's banks. Susica canyon can reach up to Skrcko circus, in which are situated two glacial lakes — Big and Small Skrcko lake. Susica canyon is part of the tourist route «Durmitor Ring.»  
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    Canyon River Susice
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    Rustovo nunnery is located 4km from the St. Stefan island, in the village Rustovo, over the hill Chelobrdo with an amazing view opening to the most beautiful part of Adriatic seashore of Montenegro. Rustovo nunnery complex was consecrated on the Eve of Theophany 18.01.2003. It is known from the history, that citizens of Kotor acknowledged Louis of Hungary's authority (Ludwik). The conflicts between Hungary and Venice started in 1378. The Pashtrovichi tribe was on the Venice side in this conflict. In 1381 Ludwik sent punitive expedition to the region of the Pashtrovichi tribe and assassinated 1400 people of this tribe. The most part of Orthodox Christianity believers were buried on the site of the present Rustovo Monastery, and the smallest part was buried at the Monastery of the St. George on Mrtvica. The cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin was greatly affected by the earthquake in 1667, and reconstructed in 1683. The Church was again damaged during earthquake in 1979 and was renovated one more time and got its present look. There is an older foundation seen around the church with the unidentified age. There is a local cemetery. The martyrs' bones dated the 14th century were found during the construction of cell housing and guest hall, which were brought primarily to the sanctuary of the cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. Later the remnants were put to the base of the church, which was blessed by the God to become The Romanov's temple. This temple was laid by Serbian Orthodox Metropolitan bishop of Montenegro and the Littoral, Amfilohije on August 26, 2005. It was consecrate on July 17, 2006, the Day of commemoration of the St. Martyrs.
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    Monastery Rustovo
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    The first ethno-village in Montenegro "Etno selo Montenegro" was opened on May 20, 2006. The village is 32 km from Niksic towards Pluzine. On the road fork to Zabljak, you need to continue to go straight to the side Pluzhine until the pointer village Brezno. Passing 4 km by asphalt road through the village after 7-8 pointers you get to ethnovillage "Etno selo Montenegro".  History of ethno village creation  Blagojevich family in the middle of the XVI century settled in this area and has been engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry for a long time. From then until the present day we preserved the traditional production and cooking methods (polenta, cakes, lamb, bread, manufacture of dairy products).Ethno village annually attracts more than 10,000 children to visit the "Nature School". The village is one of the initiators of the organic production program, a publisher of various books and brochures to help us preserve the cultural heritage and traditions. Ethno village services Ekosauna, Russian bath, swimming pool (during the season), confectionery, recreation center, playground, street of tales, children's creative workshop, a house of sweets, a mini zoo, a wine cellar, a national restaurant, ethno-kolyba, ethno-house of 1938, gift shop, library, film library, Wi-Fi, food and much more.Distance to the airport: Tivat 155 km Podgorica 55 km Sarajevo 110 km Dubrovnik 200 kmPhone: +382 (0) 67209049, +382 (0) 69900930E-mail:etnoselo.me@gmail.com  
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    The Magara (or Megara) Cave is located in town-council of Podgorica, next to Tolosi town, at the heart of the mountain Velje. The popularity of the cave was provided by its availability. It is located near a residential place and can be seen from a road. Despite it seems neglected, the cave looks incredible inside. The Megara Cave can be called on of the most interesting objects for speleological exploration. The exploration of the cave was started under the supervision of Professor Iovan Petrovich first in 1962. Just then some have suggested that it has supernatural power, so the cave was called "magic" and "creepy". After three decades another scientist- speleologist Vidak Yukich after his visit to the cave, provided an idea to transform the cave into the center of alternative medicine. The scientist has presumed that atmosphere inside of the cave is ideal for treatment and relief of asthma symptoms, respiratory disease and some psychoneurological conditions. Scientific and speleological exploration of the cave has not been performed properly. First attempts to complete description of all galleries and inner units have been taken more than 10 years ago, but the work has not been completed. The cave is still waiting to be explored. The scientist- speleologist Vidak Yukich has provided an official name for the cave as "Megara" according to Megara school of thought founded by Euclid. Local population consider that the name "Megara" originated from the word "magic" because of the mysterious properties of this natural sightseeing of Montenegro. Citizens of Podgorica are sure that "Megara" means "magarad" (it is translated as "back side"). The cave was tagged with such name because it is very easy to get lost among its labyrinth.  
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    The Megara Cave
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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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    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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    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
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    Mogren Beach is located next to Old town in Budva and consists of 2 pebblesbeaches connected by a tunnel. The length of the beach is 350 meters. One can get to the beach by a narrow path, which starts near Old city and goes through the hotel "Avala". On your way to the beach, you can find the viewpoint overlooking the Old city, St. Nicola's island, the monument to ballerina-girl. Also you can appreciate the beauty of local landscapes. Hover layered rocks on the one side and a cliff with the broken waves on the other. The first beach (Mogren I) is more modern. There are more cafes, sun loungers, katamarans, wave runners and sailing-ships. The sea bottom is step. Both beaches are surrounded by the beautiful rocks, that will bring you unforgettable memories.   
    Beach Mogren 1 and 2 Budva Montenegro
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    Zukovica beach (Žukovica plaža) is a wild gravel beach, partially rocky and sandy. It is surrounded by mediterranean flora and locates next to Žukovica cape at the coast of Grbalj valley. Special conveniences are absent.  
    Zukovica beach
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    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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    Drobni pijesak beach (Drobni pijesak plaža) is a sandy beach, located in the bay surrounded by olive grove. There is free parking. Here you can rent sun loungers. There are supplies of fresh clean water on the shore.
    Beach Drobni pijesak, Petrovac, 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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    Rafailovići Beach is located in a small town of the same name, 4 km from Budva in the direction of Sveti Stefan. This is a chick beach of gravel and sand with the flat entry into the water. There are no large cobbles and sea urchins. Its length is 0,5 km.There are tourist facilities: changing rooms and shower, you can rent sun loungers and umbrellas (approximately 6-8 Euros). There are many cafes, restaurants and bars on the beach, we you can try traditional and European cuisine. The wide choice of fish and sea products, beer, wine and refreshments.
    Rafailovići beach
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    Ricardova glava beach (Ričardova glava plaža) is a small gravel beach under the walls of Old Town. The cost of renting sun loungers is very high. There are bars and restaurants close to the beach and it is convenient to visit any cafe in Old Town or under the walls. Parking is paid hourly. 
    Beach Ričardova glava (Richard's head) in Budva, Montenegro

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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