Ajax loader d673f04d97fdda735517e264fe61d2e0655fdca97b089a88d0e9c4bb4ab488fd

The best description of Montenegro was given by Lord Byron: “When the pearls of nature were sworn, an abundance of them were strewn all over this area…”. You can’t argue with the British poet whilst looking at the grandeur and beauty of Montenegrin seascapes and landscapes. Especially elegant is the Adriatic coast and the Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska Bay) coast where the most popular resorts and marinas are located: Budva, Herceg Novi, Tivat, Kotor, Perast, and Bar. The tiled roofs, medieval fortresses, old bell-towers, and numerous Orthodox churches create a brightly-colored and festive picture, complete with majestic mountain ranges as the background. Sailing along the whole Montenegrin coast, you’ll feel the history of the country, learn its customs and traditions, appreciate local cuisine and, most importantly, enjoy the charm and uniqueness of old towns.

Popular sights

Sveti Stefan
The primary postcard view of Montenegro is a small islet of Sveti Stefan located in Budva Riviera. This place is really unique. It was once a simple fishermen’s village turned into a fashionable resort for the world leaders and celebrities, then it fell into a decline to be revived later like a Phoenix in all its splendour. Local pink sandy beaches, old houses, quiet and medieval atmosphere beckon well-to-do tourists from all over the world. The rest of the village guests are comfortably accommodated on the mainland and visit the islet as a part of a tour. One should see three old churches (Church of Sveti Stefan (or St. Stephen) Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God, and Church of Alexander Nevskiy), Villa Miločer, and Villa “21” where the cost of accommodation is determined at an auction.
The modern, port city of Tirat often serves as the starting point for travelling over Montenegro, as the biggest airport of the country is located here. However, the city has more to offer than just convenience. First of all, yachtsmen will be impressed by the splendid marina built in place of the old shipyard. Three enchanting islands in the Boka Kotorska Bay are included in Tivat Riviera: the Island of Flowers, the Island of St. Mark and the Island of Our Lady of Mercy. The main sight of the city itself is the medieval Mucha Palace built more than 500 years ago. A picture gallery is now located in one of the five buildings that make up the Palace.
First of all, let’s put the record straight: “Bar” is former “Antibarium”, a set-off to Italian Bari, and “Bar” is both Old Bar and New Bar, and we’re interested in both. The old part of the city is fascinating with its narrow streets, stone buildings, and typical Eastern architecture. Now, one should take into account that this city-museum is located in 3.5 kilometers from the sea—in New Bar. Here, the modern resort is fragrant with mandarin orange, olive trees, and cypresses’ aromas. They have an excellent port, sandy beach, and excellent infrastructure here. Divers will surely like this place with its shipwrecked vessels lying on the sea bottom just waiting to be explored-- King Nicola’s yacht, Austro-Hungarian destroyer, and German cruiser Vorwärts.