Attractions Montenegro

Montenegro is a small country but saturated lots of places that you must visit is mandatory.

You can plan successfully trips to such places as Boka Kotorska, Kotor, Budva, Sveti Stefan, Petrovac, Tivat, Herceg Novi and to Lake Skadar.

Kotor would amaze you by its Old Town and the curtain wall and while going there it is worth to stop by the adorable town Pereast which during summer is a great place for sightseeing walks, because at that time cars cannot move around there. With Perast should sail boat to the island of Gospa od Skrpjela.

In Monastyr Ostrog you can find Orthodox Church in rock, and in Budva the Old Town.

For the amateurs of nature: national and natural parks Durmitor, Biogradska Gora, Skadarskie Jezoro, Tara and Lovcen.

During the season the local towns offer various seasonal attractions. Kotor in August offers Bokielska Night with fireworks show, just like in carnival. In July there is a Children’s Bands Festival. Then in July in Budva there is an International Theatre Festival. For those who crave adrenalin and sensations that not everywhere can be tasted, a perfect proposition is rafting on River Tara, which is also called The Tear of Europe because it has the 1st class of water cleanness and you can drink directly from it.

Only 15 km from Utjeha you can find yourself in a medieval city Stari Bar. Bar was first mentioned in IX century. Its major tourist attraction is the curtain wall. Also historical house of the painter – Naod Zoriva and other painters’ studios which can be found in local town houses deserve attention. The special scenery is complemented by well-preserved remains of old streets and walls, and also by St George’s Cathedral and Saint Nicolas’ Church from XII and XIV century.

In this region you can also find amazing, centuries-old olive trees which are the pride of their owners.

You cannot miss Ulcinj and long sandy Copacabana beach. 13 km of golden sands with therapeutic properties is recommended among others, to people suffering from rheumatism, thanks to its mineral immensity. An interesting scenery and unique climate, even for those seeking closer contacts with nature, meaning the biggest in Europe Ada-Bojana nudist beach.

You should also visit Petrovac city where you can find the famous Petrovac Waterfalls with vertical streams of water 10 meter high.

Thousands species of plants, tens of trees and over hundred bird species and other animals you can see in Biogradska Gora National Park.

Also Lake Skadar, formed by calcium decay in architectonic basin is one of the biggest reservation for birds in Europe and it’s the last well-preserved natural environment for pelicans. It also abounds in many fish species and multiple small islands with churches, monasteries and holy relics.

Nearby, there is a medieval place Rijeka Crnojevica with breathtaking views. Unforgettable views and extraordinary sensations provides Boka Kotorska bay too. It’s the furthest north fjord.

Byzantine Style which is a part of Mediterranean climate and wild nature equals Herceg Novi. And it is still not everything that deserves every tourist’s attention.

For the tourists who crave exotic landscapes, amazing sceneries, a perfect idea for active time is a trip to neighboring Albania.