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Highlights in Montenegro
- Lush green areas
- Incredible natural settings and untouched nature
- Delicious dishes
- Small country with great things
- Monumental heritage
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Villas in Montenegro
Montenegro is a small country with several charming villas in the most beautiful and picture-perfect locations. Find secluded and private properties or stay near the beach. Select from villas near Kotor city or in villages including Herceg Novi, Risan or Perast, full of monumental wealth. For vibrant nightlife look around Budva, considered to be the new Ibiza. For upmarket villas and a luxury stay, there is nothing better than the island of Sveti Stefan. If you want to stay surrounded by nature, choose a villa near Lake Skadar or Lake Slansko.A villa in a slice of the Adriatic heaven
Enjoy traditional villas with colourful facades and wooden details or modern and contemporary ones with an avant-garde style. Find a villa for 4, 6 or 8 people. Plan a fun holiday with your dearest ones, a romantic stay or a special celebration with your friends. Enjoy the privacy of a whole property with a swimming pool, garden and comfortable areas to spend a fabulous time in Montenegro.
Travellers and activities
Montenegro is an ideal country both to relax on the beach and to also enjoy a lively nightlife and a wide range of active tourism activities. In the middle of the mountains, you can find activities such as rafting or canyoning down the Tara River, whose currents provide a real adrenaline rush. On the coast you can also find activities that will not give you a single minute to get bored, such as scuba diving, paddle surfing, kitesurfing or boat trips along the coast. Book your villa in Montenegro today and enjoy a truly amazing trip!Montenegro for nature and park lovers
Between lush green vegetation and a large area of woods you can enjoy some of the most beautiful natural parks in the Balkans. Lake Skadar National Park is home to the largest lake and a wide array of wildlife. Explore old villages famous for their wines and descend the mountains to admire the conical mountains called “Sofia Loren” by locals. Biogradska Gora National Park is a natural paradise showcasing the pretty Lake Biograd and hiking paths through virgin woods. This is a green paradise turning on a colourful show during autumn.
Did you know that the Biogradska Gora National Park is one of the last virgin green areas in Europe?
Top 7 travel tips in Montenegro
Kotor is a beautiful city embedded in the mountains with ancient Byzantine walls stretching for 3 miles, the cathedral of Saint Tryphon and the castle of San Juan. It is one of the best preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic and is a double UNESCO World Heritage Site: first of all it is part of Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor and secondly, Venetian Works of Defence during the 16th and 17th centuries. Some other tourist destinations are Sveti Đorđe and Gospa od Škrpjela islets off the coast of Perast. The city also celebrates the Summer Carnival.2. Sveti Stefan, the postcard-perfect village
The fortified island village of Sveti Stefan is a wonder to behold. It's a little gem on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro, not far from Budva. This little piece of heaven is made up of pine trees and olive trees amongst the dwellings dotting the area. Access to the island is limited to guests of the exclusive resort in it. But, instead, you can have a lazy day on the beach, go for a walk through the woods to Pržno and capture the essence of this beautiful scenery through the lense of your camera.3. Sunbathe on beautiful beaches
Although Montenegro has a wide coastline full of beautiful beaches, the truth is that the best are in Budva, among which the Velika Plaza stands out, the largest in the Balkans. But Petrovac is also beautiful, with its turquoise waters and the small rustic settlements of the ancient city. Take a deep breath, take in the views and unwind under the sun.4. Taste the flavours of Montenegro
The cuisine of Montenegro is a mixture of influences from neighbouring countries. Cévapi, a kind of grilled meat shaped like a sausage, is one of the main ingredients in many of their dishes. But Italian and Ottoman influences are also strong, so we can find dishes similar to those of these countries, such as Turkish burek or Njeguši, a cured ham similar to Italian prosciutto. Indulge yourself in sweet and savoury delicacies and enjoy your meals.5. Raise your adrenaline levels!
One of the most impressive landscapes is that of Tara Canyon and to get the best perspective and a decent view, nothing better than rafting down the river, one of the best and most demanded activities. The impressive views of the canyon will leave you in awe so you can hit the rapids during the year or have a gentle experience during April and May. Glide over the crystalline waters and get mesmerised by a stunning untouched landscape.6. Hike up the Prokletije Mountains
The rugged mountain range of Prokletije, known as “Accursed Mountains” makes up the highest part of the Dinaric Alps. Here you can enjoy the popular Peaks of the Balkans hiking trail through the range, crossing Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo. The tracks vary from easy to moderate and challenging ones. Choose an easy and short amble or challenge yourself to tackle the whole 120-mile alpine journey.7. Stari Grad, Budva
We all know Dubrovnik’s old town, well Budva’s walled old town rises from the Adriatic and oozes romance and a typically Mediterranean flair in the atmosphere. Wander its cobbled streets, have a drink or a nice dining al fresco. Discover tiny churches, visit old monuments and spend some time unwinding under the sun at the beach.