There is not a lot to Montenegro, its barely 100km wide. However Montenegro’s coast is quite extraordinary. Stunning mountain ranges jut sharply into crystal clear water and if that isn’t picturesque enough, ancient walled towns cling to the rocks. Come Summer Montenegro is a wash in a scent of wild herbs, conifers and Mediterranean blossoms.
Our Croatia and Montenegro tours give you a chance to see the best of Croatia with visits to Dubrovnik, Split and surrounding islands with the sheer rugged mountainous beauty of Montenegro.
Kotor is a beautiful city rich in heritage and traditional with stunning scenic views. This UNESCO listed World Heritage site was built between the 12th and 14th centuries by the Romans and early Christian’s and the city is filled with historic and medieval architecture. The city of Kotor is protected by a medieval city walls which extends over four kilometres up to the fortress of Saint Ivan.
In Summer the bay of Kotor gets very busy and marina fills up with yachts of the super-rich but this classy seaside town escapes a lot of the cheap party fuelled tourists other cities along the Adriatic receive. The city benefits from soaring mountain ranges which jut into the ocean and a sheltered bay which is ideal for swimming and other watersports.
Budva the tourist capital of Montenegro benefits from 17 beaches, historic monuments and several luxury hotels. The Old Town of Budva is situated on a small peninsula and offers a rich cultural heritage with narrow streets and famous squares.
Sveti Stefan is a charming small island town and hotel connected to the mainland by a narrow strip flanked by two beautiful sandy beaches. The town was originally built by fisherman in the 15th century, with the famous hotel built in the 1960’s by two Croatian painters Lubarda and Milunovic.
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