Montenegro is land full of enchantment and surprise with steep mountains, deep canyons and a coastline edged with beaches and coves set against a backdrop of lush interiors.
Relax on sun-soaked beaches on Montenegro’s untouched coastline, or stroll through ancient villages perched on the country’s cliff sides and enjoy food and delicacies at the many restaurants and cafes. Kotor is a beatifully preserved city with medieval architecture dating back to the 12th century - its numerous monuments and abundance of artistic and cultural heritage have made it a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Visit historical sights
- Trek in the lush green mountain landscapes
- Take a yacht or kayak to enchanting coves
- Explore Kotor's quaint alleyways and small squares
- Relax on enticing beaches
Montenagro enjoys plenty of sunshine in the summer months, high temperatures are around 30°C; in spring and autumn highs average between 18-22°C