Sandwiched between Croatia and Albania this tiny, beautiful country is a recent discovery for us. Kotor Bay is stunningly beautiful, the water and the light changes throughout the day which just make you want to gaze out for hours. Kotor itself is a fortified town with winding, cobbled streets to explored wonderful churches
The coast offers up some lovely beaches and the interior of the country
is probably the most popular activity in Montenegro and it’s easy to see why. Winding through the imposing mountains of northern Montenegro, Tara River, also known as the Tear of Europe, forms the deepest canyon in Europe and one of the deepest in the world, and travelers from across the globe come here to witness this natural phenomenon. Boasting crystal-clear waters, the most beautiful shades of blue, and the crown jewel that is Djurdjevića Tara Bridge, Tara River offers the most unique rafting experience one could hope for. Hiking skiing
One of the best way to experience Montenegro’s wilderness is by taking a magical boat tour of Lake Skadar – the largest lake in southern Europe and one of the continent’s last truly wild wonders. Depending on your desired level of excitement, you can visit ancient island prisons and monasteries, chill out on a private beach, swim in the crystal-clear waters, explore the National Park and bird reserves, or simply enjoy the views on deck.
When in Boka Bay, be sure to visit its small, magical core, Kotor town. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Kotor is one of the most popular destinations in Europe, and for good reason. Its narrow streets, quaint squares and stone buildings with small balconies showcase a rich cultural past, leaving a striking impression. Enjoy a stroll in the Old Town and don’t forget to climb the walls over the fortress for a grand view of the bay below.
How to get to Montenegro
Montenegro is small country. Flying direct from the UK takes between around 2 to 3 hours. There are 2 main airports served directly from the UK and
Once you are in Montenegro
Driving is relatively easy with a good road network between all the major towns.
Most popular airports:
Tivat, Pogorica and Dubrovnik (Croatia),
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By land & sea:
And if you really want to take the train check out here.