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Highlights in Montenegro
- Lovely beaches
- Fascinating architecture
- Biggest canyon in Europe
- Mountains and lakes
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Looking for a great value holiday destination surrounded by gorgeous sea, spectacular mountains and historic buildings? Then come to Montenegro! With its remarkable nature, alluring old towns and some of the finest food on the Mediterranean, Montenegro is like a box of fine chocolates – every candy offering a unique, rich and delicate taste that is long remembered. Choose from holiday rentals in the gorgeous seaside towns of Kotor, Bar and Tivat, or from the myriad lettings inland in traditional villages, surrounded by towering mountains, such as Žabljak and Pluzine.Lettings for all tastes and requirements
Montenegro offers holiday rentals in a mix of old and new architecture. Many coastal properties are buildings with lovely balconies offering awesome views over the sea and its paradisiacal surroundings. If you are looking for authentic accommodation in Montenegro, the central and northern zones offer myriad traditional stone houses in the heart of the country’s most stunning landscapes.
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The area and getting around
Montenegro has two very different zones to discover – the coastal zone and the central/mountainous zone. The former is home to Montenegro’s finest towns which entice you with their lure, diversity and the Mediterranean air. From the tourist haven of Ulcinj, to Tivat, a glorious, tranquil town with a world class marina, and Herceg Novi, an irresistible tourist town, rich in greenery, flowers and beautiful historic structures.Explore Montenegro’s mountains
Montenegro’s central and northern zones beckon with countless highland adventures, the paragon of the great outdoors. It includes the deepest canyon in Europe, the 1,300 meter-deep canyon of the river Tara, and Biogradska Gora, one of the last virgin forests remaining on the continent. The region is also well worth exploring for its cultural and historical heritage, delicious natural produce and festive spirit.
Travellers and activities
Montenegro reveals a rich past where Europe’s best architects designed magnificent residences for Montenegro’s leading figures. Tripkovic Palace is a baroque palace built from Korcula stone at the end of the 18th century, and an exemplary example of the grandeur and luxury that abounded in that era. Our Lady of the Rocks is a gorgeous early 18th century Roman-Catholic church on a man-made island and is now a museum. Vladin Dom is a colourful neo-baroque building originally built for the Montenegrin parliament in 1910 and today it houses the historical and archaeological collections of the National Museum of Montenegro. Just three of the many fascinating architectural delectations in beautiful Montenegro!Montenegro for hikers
Montenegro is blessed with incredible natural beauty, best uncovered by hiking its multitudinous trails. Much of Montenegro is made up of the rugged Dinaric Alps, a mountain chain that extends from Slovenia to Albania, and the trails are not only stupefying in their beauty, but also much quieter than their counterparts in better-known destinations such as the Alps. Don’t miss the Curevac hike in Durmitor National Park, which takes you to the top of Tara canyon, the second biggest canyon in the world!
Stara Maslina, in Montenegro’s southern town of Bar, is the oldest olive tree in the world, at over 2,000 years old!
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This 15th century village is Montenegro’s calling card. Its pebble beaches and azure waters and picture-perfect walled old town have made Sveti Stefan a favourite among royalty and tourists for decades.2. Visit the largest lake in the Balkans
Lake Skadar is a wildlife wilderness and bird spotters paradise, made up of rolling green farst mountains, floral fields and lily-strewn lakeshores. A boat tour will take you to island monasteries, quaint fishing villages, fortresses, mediaeval monuments and hidden beaches.3. Discover Njegos Mausoleum
Located on the second highest peak of the Dinara Alps, 1,675 meters above sea level, the mausoleum is dedicated to former Montenegrin ruler Petar II Petrović-Njegoš. It is housed in a marble chapel, with 200,000 gilded tiles that create a resplendent gold ceiling. And the mountain views from are hair-raising!4. See Europe’s oldest forests
The Biogradska Gora National Park is one of the very few primeval forests left in Europe. In just one day you can experience centuries-old trees, stunning glacial lakes, ragged mountains and fascinating wildlife.5. Party it up on the beach
Ulcinj’s Velika Plaza, on the south coast of Montenegro, is an expansive sandy beach and the best in the country for young partygoers. With windsurfing, beach parties and a music festival, Velika Plaza is one of the trendiest summer hot spots in Montenegro.
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