Montenegro is a small country in Southeastern Europe with a narrow strip of beaches along the Adriatic coastline. It has borders with Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Albania.
Montenegro is considered the pearl of the Mediterranean with its picturesque coast, medieval villages and a mountainous northern region. These mountains are some of the most rugged in Europe, averaging more than 2,000 meters in elevation.
Because of the continued stability in the region, tourism in Montenegro has begun to recover, and Montenegro is being re-discovered by tourists from around the globe.
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- Kotor is a hotspot for yachties during the summer months. This beautiful and historic Medieval town boasts spectacular scenery as it is nestled between rugged mountains and an emerald bay. Wandering through its labyrinth of narrow and cobblestoned streets, you’ll come across lively piazzas, many ancient churches, and plenty of bars and restaurants.
- The tiny town of Perast has stunning island views and should not be missed while in the Bay of Kotor.
- Considered one of the most beautiful pieces of Adriatic coastline is the tiny island of Sveti Stefan.
- The most popular destination along the coast is Budva. People flock here for the beaches and party atmosphere. The old town center is picturesquely located on a small peninsula where narrow, winding streets hide a multitude of historic buildings, churches and small squares.
- For a land locked adventure, the splendid Tara River Canyon is a must, with its steep banks rising up to 1300 meters. It’s the second longest canyon in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.