Montenegro is a wonderful and welcome surprise: all the natural beauty of nearby Croatia, with an enticing rawness reminiscent of the former Yugoslavia.
The sails of super yachts and sailing ships flutter along the gorgeous Adriatic coast, while the interior is a rugged and mountainous terrain perfect for rafting, canyoning and other adventure pursuits.
This Balkan beauty has scores of beautiful Venetian, Roman, medieval and Ottoman treasures to discover and a charm that will have you begging for more.
Kotor is a lovely UNESCO heritage-listed town on the shores of the Bay of Kotor.
Kotor's defensive and fortress walls were built by the Venetians.
Throughout the town you'll find lovely limestone buildings.
It's a pleasure just to wander the town's narrow streets and take in this undiscovered gem.
The Kotor Cathedral with its enviable backdrop of limestone mountains.
A dilapidated mill stands in a ravine outside the walls.
Visiting yachts line the promenade.
Just along the 'fjord', Perast is another seaside beauty.
Work is underway in Perast to restore the heritage-listed town to its former glory.
The Benedectine Abbey of St George is located on an artificial island in the middle of the bay.
Porto Montenegro is a major development near Tivat
It's hoped the project will attract more super yacht owners to the area.Search Villas