Kotor – no1 Best in Travel City for 2016, for many years attracts large numbers of tourists from all over the world. This fascinating old town, located in a unique bay of Boka, will certainly leave you breathless.
Located in a surreal and unique atmosphere, trapped in time, Kotor will tell you about the ancient legends and some amazing stories. If Lonely Planet decide to select Kotor (Montenegro) on the very FIRST place for 2016 (Best in Travel City 2016), there is no need to think too long. Pack your things, and do not forget the camera.
You’ll need a few hours to visit all the attractions that are located in Kotor, but certainly the longest you should keep in Old Town.
We guarantee that you will be impressed with Kotor and whole Boka Kotorska Bay.
One of the most famous and prestigious places in Montenegro – Sveti Stefan (St Stephen) is located only 15 minutes drive from Budva. Sveti Stefan is certainly one of the tourist icons of Montenegro. It’s no wonder, when you visit this beautiful place you’ll immediately feel why Sophia Loren, Sylvester Stallone, Queen Elizabeth II and many other celebrities, just chose Sveti Stefan for your favorite place to vacation.
Sveti Stefan is one of the TOP 10 glamorous A-list destinations in the world – selected by Lonely Planet. It’s a place that will take your breath away.
Simply – TOP MONTENEGRO TOURIST PLACE – MUST VISIT !
Skadar/Scadar/Scutari Lake is located in the so called Zeta-Skadar valley that partly belongs to the municipality of the city of Bar and partly to the municipality of the city of Podgorica. Indescribable and in many ways unique, with the size of 391km2, it is the larges lake on the Balkan Peninsula. Driving through the newly build Sozina tunnel, the lake is only a short 20 minute drive away from the Adriatic Sea. The river Bojana creates a connection between Skadar/Scadar/Scutari Lake and the Adriatic Sea though a large mountain massive that separates the two. Two thirds of the lake belongs to Montenegro, while one third belongs to the Republic of Albania. The Montenegrin part of the lake, at a size of 40000 hectares, was declared a National Park in 1983.
The region of Skadar/Scadar/Scutari Lake is an area the visitors and tourist to Montenegro must come to see to believe that such a place of natural beauty indeed exists. It is a very attractive destination because of its natural richness, ease of access both from land and sea, and because the conditions are here to meet all types of tourism throughout the entire year: bird watching, excursions to visit cultural-historical monuments, speleologist research, sport-recreational, events and festival, cruising and many more. The sea, the lake and mountains are all located in a circumference of 150km, and offer a variety that can accommodate the tastes and wishes of all guest and tourist.
National Park Skadarsko Lake is MUST VISIT place in Montenegro.
Borne out of the vision of its chief investor, Canadian businessman Peter Munk, Porto Montenegro‟s state-of-the-art marina utilises the existing infrastructure of the former Yugoslav naval facility upon which it is built. It will feature 630 berths for yachts, including the largest super yachts, and will provide the highest level of service and amenities for vessels of all sizes – including nearby dry-dock and repair facilities. In addition, the development will create a vibrant coastal community of waterfront residences, hotels and restaurants, shopping, water sports and leisure facilities.
But this is just a part of the story – the rest is the destination itself. Porto Montenegro lies within one of the world‟s most idyllic nautical playgrounds: the Bay of Kotor. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Bay of Kotor is Europe‟s southernmost fjord and the largest natural harbour in the eastern Mediterranean.
“Yachts are getting bigger and bigger and people are complaining that they can’t find proper berths for them. That’s no problem in Tivat. It used to cater to warships.” Peter Munk, Chief Investor, Porto Montenegro.
Perast is one of the most beautiful little places in Boka Bay, few kilometres from Kotor. Perast is a wonderful old town, with wonderful old architecture. You will enjoy in many old church, but one of the biggest attraction is for sure : Our Lady of the Rock (Gospa od Skrpjela), little island in Boka Bay, with amazing church and museum. Every few minutes, there is small taxi boats that will take you to this unforgettable place.
Many small restarurants on the Perast coast will offer you great fish specialities. This is for sure, one of the TOP places in this part of Europe. You will enjoy the magnificent natural beauty of the southernmost fjord – Bay of Kotor. Amazing mountains that surround the bay, the old architecture, the smell of the sea, … Perast is MUST visit place for every tourist who visit Montenegro.
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Lipa Cave is the first and only cave adventure in Montenegro offering a charming diversity of karstic features to provide the visitors with a unique experience of the underground world.
Lipa Cave is one of the largest cave monuments in Montenegro. The cave, with its beautiful and wild system of 2.5 km of passages and halls is a place you must visit on your Montenegro tour. Its beauty was recognized by King Nikola I and Petar II Petrović-Njegoš, who played a very important role in the Montenegrin history.
Lipa cave offers three types of cave tours and all tour prices include: guide, insurance, parking and ride with the road train from our parking lot to the cave entrance.
The temperature in the cave is always between 8-12 degrees. Bring a light jacket and get ready for a pure adventure in a low-carbon experience in the heart of the earth!