Travel highlights Montenegro
Durmitor National Park
In the North part of Montenegro, Durmitor park represents untouched nature, with many attractions and possibilities for active tourism.Hiking, Biking, Mountaineering, Walking, Swimming, Skiing, Bungee Jumping, Rafting, ... are only part of the activities in which you can enjoy in Durmitor. Domestic food and specialties are also part of offer in which you will enjoy the fresh evenings.
The Boka Bay, also known as Boka Kotorska, is one of the Mediterranean's most distinctive and striking landscapes. The bay is surrounded by high mountains and composed of several smaller bays, united by narrow channels thus forming one of the finest natural harbours in Europe.
With small baroque towns dotted along its peaceful coastline it is listed as one of the ten most beautiful bays of the world.
One of the most charming small towns in the Boka Bay with a population of less than 400 people is the best preserved Baroque entity on the Montenegrin coast.
Perast is a unique part of the Bay which is offering the breathtaking views of the sea, steep mountains and two beautiful islands that like husband and wife display the historical attributes of male and female. The island of St. George is an intense, stalwart, dark and inward-looking natural island while Our Lady of the Rock is a slender, gay, light-filled "floating" island - which man has made.
Intimate waterfront restaurants are offering to each traveler a most romantic and unforgettable gastronomic experiences.
Abundant in history and tradition Perast is the place you shouldn't miss!
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 that when you visit this beautiful place you'll immediately feel why Sophia Loren, Sylvester Stallone, Queen Elizabeth II and many other celebrities, chose Sveti Stefan as their favorite holiday destinationSveti 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.
Tara River Canyon
Tara River Canyon, also known as the Tara River Gorge, is the longest canyon in Montenegro. It is 82 kilometers long and is 1,300 meters at its deepest, making it the deepest river canyon in Europe. The canyon is protected as a part of Durmitor National Park and is a tentative UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Tara River cuts through the canyon.The Tara River, at its end making confluence with Piva, becomes the Drina, and is some hundred and fifty kilometres long. In its passage through the Tara National Park, the river has a mean fall of 3.6 metres/kilometre, making a host of waterfalls and cascades possible, thus creating with its uniqueness The Montenegrian Colorado.
Monastery Ostrog is a miracle built by nature and human interaction, carved almost in its entirety in a vertically positioned mountain cliff. Today it's the pearl of Montenegrin spirituality and visited by more than a hundred thousand pilgrims and travellers of all religions every year.It is one of three most visited Christian destinations on the planet with its cave-like chapel and the Monastery complex that preserves the sanctity of Saint Basil the, Orthodox Christian Saint of Miracles.All of Montenegrin spirituality , beliefs and cultural treasures found their home high up in the Ostrog cliffs.
Lovcen National Park
Slopes of Lovcen Mountain steeply rise from the coastal region of Budva and close to long winding bays of Boka Kotorska, forming hinterland to the ancient seafarers' town of Kotor.The park covers surface of 6220 hectares. Seat of the Lovcen National Park is at Cetinje. "Black Mountain", after whom Montenegro got its name, rises to the spectacular altitude of 1749 meters. Mountain slopes of Lovcen are rocky, with numerous fissures, pits and deep depressions, providing a spectacular scenery.