Explore Montenegro By Sea

Take a luxury yacht for a ride along Montenegro's breathtaking coastline.

Montenegro, the pearl of the Mediterranean, is a small country located in the south of the Adriatic Sea that is unique in many ways. In such a small place, you can find so much natural wealth, gorgeous mountains, a dramatic coastline with mild beaches and numerous hidden coves, small ancient towns, and historical monuments.

Tivat, located in the central part of the Boka Kotorska bay, is the only coastal town with an airport and has a reputation as one of the sunniest spots on the bay. Its attractions include Renaissance Summer House Buca, Ostro CviJece (flower's island), Gornja Lastva, the magnificent beach at Plavi Horizonti (Blue Horizon), and the island of St. Mark (Sveti Marko).
Porto Montenegro, nestled in the naturally protected waters of the Bay of Kotor, is the leading home port for superyachts and luxury nautical resorts in the Adriatic Sea. This full-service marina is complemented by luxury residences, a five-star hotel, fine restaurants, lively bars, high-end boutiques, and a wide range of sports, leisure, and cultural activities. With its breathtaking natural surroundings, picturesque village architecture, and world-class facilities, Porto Montenegro is a must-visit destination for discerning travelers seeking the ultimate in luxury and comfort.

Explore the Old Town of Budva and the sandy beaches of the Budva Riviera, including the famous Queen's Beach that is accessible only by boat. Do not miss Sveti Stefan, a charming coastal village resort in Montenegro with 15th-century architecture and an expansive forested estate, located just three nautical miles east of Budva.

Kotor, a town of rich cultural tradition and one of the best-preserved mediaeval settlements in the Adriatic, is protected by UNESCO as part of the world cultural heritage. Visit the Old Town, Castel St. John - Illyrian Fort, Town Clock Tower, Maritime Museum, St. Tripun Cathedral (Sveti Tripun), and the church of St. Luke (Sveti Luke).

Explore Perast, a sleepy baroque town on the stunning Bay of Kotor, and see the Museum of the Church St. Nicolas, having a rich collection of relics, silver, and wooden crosses, chalices, icons, and baroque paintings. The charming town overlooks two islets (Our Lady of the Rocks) : one is called Gospa od Skrpjela and the other Sveti Djordje (St. George), each with a picturesque chapel.

Herceg Novi, a mediaeval town at the entrance to Boka Kotorska, was founded by the Bosnian King Trtko I in 1382. Its defensive role is witnessed by numerous fortresses and towers. Visit the Forte Mare, Spanjola and Kanli Kula fortresses, Sahat tower (Clock tower), and nearby Igalo, known as a spa and health centre, with an abundance of healing mud called Igallsko Waft and mineral water springs called Igaljske Slatine.

Portonovi Marina & Resort is a luxurious waterfront development situated in the stunning Bay of Kotor, Montenegro. The resort offers a range of world-class amenities, including a state-of-the-art marina, top luxury hotel, waterside spacious residences, luxury shops and gourmet restaurants.

Explore Mamula Island - the Fortress, Zanjice Beach, and the Blue Cave by a boat trip from Herceg Novi.
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