Land of wild nature

Montenegro is a land of dream shores, dark forest hunters, green and wild nature. It is a land of fascinating places and interesting Mediterranean architecture. Montenegro is also a home of great food and laid-back people.

Podgorica is capital city and official commercial and cultural center of Montenegro. Its name dates to 1326. Most of the city was destroyed during WW II, so the city is relatively new with modern buildings, green spaces, and parks.


Why visit Montenegro?

Budva represents the center of tourism in the country. It is known for its sandy beaches, its vibrant nightlife and beautiful Mediterranean architecture. Montenegro has 293 kilometers of coastline, 117 beaches and 73 kilometers of coastline. The population is 700,000 residents that enjoy an average of 240 sunny days a year.


Our top tips when in Montenegro

  • Take a boat trip to the Perast old town and admire the stunning views of the sea ant the hills beyond.

  • Enjoy local gastronomy and excellent wines.

  • Visit St. Stefan, the famous island near the coast, the perfect place for luxury holidays.


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