We take you to the Vrmac peninsula for great mountain biking and downhill adventure. Tour starts from Trojica pass with 4km uphill on regular road to the Fort Vrmac, which is on 480 meters above sea level. At the Vrmac fort we would have short break to overview the fort and enjoy the view. From this place we would go to Vrmac view point to take...Read more
See the Kotor and Tivat areas by two unique perspectives; paddleboard (SUP) and bicycle. This 4-hour multi-sport, semi-guided adventure is the perfect blend of sport and tourism offering an active exploration of the entire western part of the bays of Kotor and Tivat.
First, you'll get an orientation and SUP lesson as needed. Your +-75...Read more
This tour starts from Kotor or Tivat by car transfer all way uphill trough old serpentine road which is built in 19th century by Austrians. This road is 35km, it has 25 curves with stunning view on Kotor bay and it takes around 1.30 hours to reach starting position at the bottom of mausoleum. Here you would have short hiking at 461 stairs to...Read more
When we say EPIC, we mean it. 25 Turns is a truly BEAUTIFUL BIKE RIDE. It is an easy, mostly downhill bike ride with panoramic views of Montenegro, Bosnia and Croatia. This is a tour for all levels and everyone who can ride a bike can do it. Tour takes about 3 hours depending on the rate of descent and number of photos stops made, so very...Read more
Cycling around Kotor bay is a phenomenal choice to explore the ancient settlements and history of the region.
The tour starts from Old town of Kotor or Tivat, where we begin the ride. During this trip you would see some unique places such as the abandoned "Tresorela" palace, which is under UNESCO heritage and the "Temple of the Holy...Read more
Vrmac is a mountain and peninsula in Montenegro. The highest peak of this mountain is St. Ilija – 785 m above sea level. Vrmac is a continuation of the mountain Lov-en, and towards the west it ends with the strait of the Verige. It is located between Kotor and Tivat bay, so it is not difficult to assume that during this tour you will have a...Read more
Cycling Kotor bay around Vrmac peninsula and visit UNESCO protected heritage places is just unique experience between Tivat and Kotor Tour starts from Kotor or Tivat and goes first trough busy traffic for five minutes and after that starts uphill ride for 40 minutes to the Saint Trojica pass. When you get to first break at the hill you can...Read more
Durmitor mountain (the highest peak of 2,523 m – Bobotov kuk), surrounded by 23 mountain peaks of over 2200 meters and 18 lakes called ”mountain eyes” is the most desirable destination for both winter tourism and summer tourism. The abundance of natural beauty, mountain peaks, various plants and the vicinity of the deepest canyon in Europe...Read more
On the shore of Lake Skadar, as a small town on the same river, there is – Rijeka Crnojevi-a, known as Montenegrin Venice. Near it, there are the remains of the Obod printing house, where the first Cyrillic book was printed in this part of Europe – in 1494. During the 19th and early 20th centuries, Rijeka Crnojevi-a was the largest Montenegrin...Read more
Following a scenic bike ride along a flat coastal road you will hike among chestnut trees and partially stoned paths up to the beautiful but abandoned village of Gornji Stoliv. Here you will be treated to breathtaking vistas of Perast and the Bay of Kotor. Once your destination is reached by bike, you will hike for approximate 45 minutes...Read more
Ku-i is the name for the area and the tribe, one of the mountain tribes that formed the state of Montenegro in the 19th century. In the past, the inhabitants of these areas were mainly engaged in cattle breeding and living a semi-nomad lifestyle, so it is very interesting to visit this area and hear about the customs and history of this mountain...Read more
Lustica Peninsula has been inhabited for 4000 years, and while evidence of ancient epochs is gone, the remains offer a glance at what the Romans found when they arrived, and conquered, a millennium ago. Quaint local village homes in stone, wild olive tree groves, panoramic views west to Italy, north to Croatia and Bosnia and over the entire Bay of...Read more
Bogi-evica is a mountain area in the Prokletije. It spreads over Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo. It is about 15 km long and 10 km wide. The mountain area has a number of peaks higher than 2,000 m and two higher than 2,500 m. Marijaš (2,533) and Maja e Ropës (2,502 m) are both located in Kosovo.
Piva Lake is an artificial lake created by the construction of Hydro Power Plant ’Piva’ in 1975. There is a dam, near village Mratinje, called ‘Mratinje Dam’, 10 kilometers from Š-epan Polje, which is 220 meters high and it is one of the highest in Europe. The lake itself is deep at some places more than 200 meters. It is 45 kilometers...Read more
Cetinje is the former capital of Montenegro. This small city, enriched with the greenery and architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries will surely draw your attention at first glance, through a rare combination of nature and culture, museums, art faculties, parks, promenades.
Don’t miss an opportunity to taste traditional products in...Read more