No destination can offer as much to explore in such a short distance from your accommodation. In only one day you can enjoy the cultural treasures of Kotor, go skiing in Zabljak, sunbathe on the sunny beaches of Budva or go rafting through a breathtaking canyon down the Tara River.
Montenegro also has some of the oldest settlements in the region. A melting pot of cultures down through the centuries, Montenegro has preserved its many monuments and never fails to impress visitors.
Unique and exclusive excursions would be offered, suited to your specific needs.
CETINJE – LOVCEN
The historic metropolis of Montenegro, Cetinje, is located beneath Lovćen Mountain and the national park of the same name. The mountain top is crowned with the Mausoleum built in honor of Petar II Petrovic Njegoš, a poet and the most famous of all Montenegrin bishops. Today Cetinje is a museum with the best preserved weapon collections in the Balkans.
25 km – Cetinje, 40 km – Lovcen
Skadarsko Lake is only seven kilometers from the sea and it is the last pelican resort in Europe. In addition to being the largest ornithological reservation in the Balkans, it is also one of the last freshwater swamps in the Mediterranean and the biggest lake in the Balkans.
Rijeka Crnojevica, a small town on the river of the same name that flows into Skadarsko Lake, used to be an important economic centre, and today it is a must-see tourist destination.
40 km – Rijeka Crnojevica
BOKA KOTORSKA – BAY OF KOTOR
Boka Kotorska is a large and outspread bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the Mediterranean. It is naturally divided in four smaller bays. Along the bay lie neat and tame seaside towns as monuments to culture and witnesses to once rich marine and cultural life. Behind them high mountains rise up into the sky, protecting them from the cold northern climate and making Boka an oasis of Mediterranean flora.
The Tara River is part of the Durmitor National Park. Soil erosion has created the second largest canyon in the world (the first one is in Colorado), and adventurous tourists come here to enjoy rafting in this unforgettable place.
175 km – Đurđevica Tara
The National Park Durmitor and Mount Durmitor are natural monuments protected by the UNESCO and entered into UNESCO’s Registry of World Cultural and Natural Heritage. The site has 49 peaks over 2000 meters in height, 5 canyons, 18 lakes and 748 springs of clear mountain water.
190 km – Zabljak
Biogradska gora is one of the last three rainforests in Europe with more than 220 different types of plants, 150 sorts of birds and 350 sorts of insects.
Take the deepest breath and feel the air of nature that exists nowhere else!
110 km – Kolašin
Dubrovnik is one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean, whose walls surround an excellently preserved network of public and private, sacral and secular buildings from all periods of this town’s history, from its founding in the 7th century.
The town of Skadar situated on the coat of Skadar Lake is one of the oldest and historically most important towns in Albania. It is a center of culture and economy dominated by the Rozafa Fortress located in the old town center.