Enjoy a 5-hour private tour to explore the wonders of Perast and Njegusi Village. Follow your private guide to see Our Lady of the Rocks church and museum (admission included). Stop at Montenegro's oldest restaurant in Njegusi for some smoked ham and cheese before exploring the smokehouse and learning how it is made. Travel in comfort with private...Read more
Durmitor is a mountain and national park in Montenegro. It is believed that the name Durmitor originates from the Celtic word which means “a mountain full of water”. The landscapes of Durmitor, by their beauty and integrity, are rare and authentic work of nature, declared the National Park in 1952.
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
Braji-i is a village in Budva municipality, close to the Kosma- fortress.
Kosma- is a former fortress in Montenegro, located on the hill of the same name above the village of Braji-i, not far from Budva. It is located at an altitude of about 800 m. It was built by the Austrians between 1841 and 1850. The fort served as a border...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
The magnificent canyons of the rivers Piva, Tara, Komarnica, Vrbnica, the mountain of Bio-, Magli-, Volujak, V. Treskavac, Piva, Golija, Lebršnik and fascinating mountain lakes: Trnova-ko, Stabanska and huge Piva lake, preserved villages make the Piva irresistible and for good reason in 2015, this region was declared the first Nature Park in...Read more
Lov-en is the symbol of Montenegro and its freedom. The mountain is located at 1749 m above sea level, and in 1952, it was declared a national park. On one of the peaks of Lov-en, Jezerski vrh – 1675 m above sea level, there is a Mausoleum, dedicated to Peter II Petrovi- Njegoš bishop, ruler, thinker and poet, one of the most important figures...Read more
Skadar Lake is the largest lake in Montenegro and on the Balkan Peninsula, with an area of -369.7 km². The Montenegrin part of the lake with the coast was declared National Park in 1983. The lake has many islands and peninsula with traces of history and valuable cultural heritage: Žabljak (15th century) – the capital of the Crnojevi- dynasty,...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
Monastery Mora-a (built in 1252) is one of the most monumental Orthodox medieval monuments of Montenegro.
Kolašin is at 954 m above sea level and offers excellent holidays in winter and summer. Many people call this city an aerial spa due to the height and extraordinary climatic conditions. There is a unique botanical garden in Kolašin,...Read more
Lov-en is located in the southwestern part of the country and extends to the Adriatic Sea. On the mountain there is the National Park Lov-en. The most imposing monument of the National Park Lov-en is Njegoš’s mausoleum. On Lov-en there are 1158 plant species, of which there are 4 endemic species. Lov-en is a holy place that every Montenegrin or...Read more
With '' Monte Mare Travel '', start a tour of Platije - an impressive canyon that leaves breathless. The canyon persists through the vertical rocks and cliffs, which rise up to 1,000 meters above sea level. In departure, you will enjoy the view of the canyon from the height, while in return we pass through the narrowest and deepest part of the...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