Tours in Montenegro
Montenegro Tour By Train from PodgoricaMontenegro | 8 hour tour From $69 Per Person
Lovćen Private Tour from Kotor, Budva, Tivat & PodgoricaMontenegro | 7 hour tour From $65 Per Person
Piva Lake Private Biking Tour from Kotor, Budva, Tivat & PodgoricaMontenegro | 9 hour tour From $115 Per Person
Vasojevićki Kom Private Hiking Tour from Kotor, Budva, Tivat & PodgoricaMontenegro | 9 hour tour From $59 Per Person
Durmitor – Bobotov Kuk Private Hiking Tour From Kotor, Budva, Tivat & PodgoricaMontenegro | 10 hour tour From $59 Per Person
Stunning Montenegro Private Seaside TourMontenegro | 8 hour tour From $85 Per Person
South Montenegro Private Tour from Kotor, Budva, Tivat & PodgoricaMontenegro | 8 hour tour From $65 Per Person
Mrtvica Canyon Hiking Tour from Kotor, Budva, Tivat & PodgoricaMontenegro | 6 hour tour From $45 Per Person
Crmnica Wine Road Private Tour from Kotor, Budva, Tivat & PodgoricaMontenegro | 6 hour tour From $119 Per Person
Bjelasica Private Hiking Tour From Kotor, Budva, Tivat & PodgoricaMontenegro | 7 hour tour From $70 Per Person
Cities & Regions of Montenegro
Meandering rivers and limestone mountains draped softly in southern Mediterranean shrubs define Central Montenegro. A walkers and paddlers paradise, age-old footpaths connect up with lakes large and small. Ancient and modern manage to unite to create a destination that’s like all the best bits of Europe rolled into one.
Studded with charming ancient towns, Montenegro’s Coast has a growing legion of fans. Sparklingly clear Adriatic waters lap at beaches ranging from tiny extents of pebbles to broad expanses of the finest sand. Both alive with resort attractions and perfectly suited to a romantic getaway, Montenegro’s Coast is simply spellbinding.
Once a Venetian outpost, Kotor isn’t missing any of the charm of its former occupier. Sweeping down into the bay from the hills, the town is a myriad of cobblestone alleys alive with history. Largely untouched since medieval times, it’s hard not to fall in love with its pace of life.
When it comes to luxury and exclusivity in the midst of stunning natural surroundings, Porto Montenegro is difficult to beat. Located in the UNESCO-listed Bay of Kotor, it’s a place to rub shoulders with celebrities. Shop til you drop, or sample world-class cookery, before hitting the beach or exploring the collections of the Bucha Palace Museum.
Whether you come for the quiet streets of the old town or the thriving bar scene of the new, come you must. Its fame is such that even royalty came to Budva’s Riviera beaches, while more recently it expanded on its reputation to become one of the best all-round destinations on the Adriatic coast.
Guarding the entrance to the Bay of Kotor below Mount Orjen, Herceg Novi’s founders couldn’t have picked a better spot. The ‘city of the sun’ has a plethora of historic wonders, not least the old town. Head beyond its walls and you’ll also find excellent spa facilities and some formidable beaches too.
The original ‘monte negro’ (black mountain), Lovćen Mountain dominates the landscape around Kotor. A national park since 1952, it comprises nine distinct habitats, including its thickly forested flanks. They lead to some of the region’s most spectacular panoramas, but also important relics. These include the Mausoleum of national poet and leader Petar Petrović Njegoš.
Home to the finest collection of private yachts in Montenegro, Tivat has grown into a thriving resort. Its sleepy old town is an excellent gateway to this part of the Adriatic. Plavi Horizonti beach and the islands of St Michael and Sveti Marco are just a short boat ride away.