More and more tourists are showing interest in the mountainous regions of the Montenegrin coast. In these places, traditional ethno-villages offer accommodation services from 15 euros per day.
Ethno-villages with taverns in remote areas of the Budva Riviera attract many tourists who want to escape from the city bustle. Residents of small mountain villages above Budva - Čelobrdo, Pobori and others, offer tourists a new concept of relaxation - sunny days on the beach and evenings in the fresh, clean mountain air. The doors of stone houses, in places overlooking the Adriatic Sea, are open to nature and history lovers.
In their ethno-villages, local residents cultivate plants - figs, olives, grapes, apples, pears and the production of their own goods according to traditional Mediterranean and Balkan recipes. In addition to snacks - excellent cheeses, smoked ham, olives and home red wine, on the table you can find fish and meat specialties, spaghetti, homemade milk, corn bread.
Guests who enjoy walking can take advantage of one of the many routes that run along the entire length of the Montenegrin coast.
The cultural wealth of this region are numerous medieval monasteries, such as Praskvic, Vojnići, Duljevo and Rustovo - a nunnery in which nuns harvest and produce natural balms and cosmetic products.
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