Tourism

The geographical location of the country, 200 km of beaches and a wide variety of cultural, historical and natural resources, such as high mountains, deep valleys, glaciers, diverse flora and fauna, all make Montenegro a special and beautiful Mediterranean country.

In this small area you can find medieval cities with exceptional architecture and culture, wonderful beaches, picturesque harbours, the largest lake in the Balkans, swift rivers and the deepest canyon in Europe, untouched nature of the national parks, wild forests, spectacular mountains, amazing landscape, cultural and historical attractions, ski resorts and much more…

Surrender to the hospitality of Montenegro.

The most popular tourist destinations in Montenegro are:
• Sveti Stefan – Once a small fishing village, the town has undergone a transformation and has become one of the most prominent tourist destinations in Montenegro.
• Bay of Kotor – One of the deepest and longest bays in the Adriatic Sea, also known as the longest fjord in Europe.
• Budva – The beaches of Budva are popular with tourists. The peninsula boasts 21 km of coastline and 17 beaches.
• Cetinje ;
• Durmitor – A mountain range and the name of the national park, which includes the highest peak of Montenegro, Bobotov-Kut, the canyons of the Tara, Sušica and Draga rivers and the upper part of the canyon valley Komarnica.
• Lovćen, Ostrog monastery – The national park Lovćen centred in Cetinje – the capital of the country.
• Old town of Kotor – This is one of the best preserved medieval towns in the region and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
• Ulcinj and Ada Bojana – The beaches of Ulcinj and Bar are considered by many to be the most beautiful beaches in Montenegro. At the very end of the Ulcinj Velika plaža (Long beach) is the river island of Ada Bojana.