Welcome to Montenegro!
Montenegro is called the pearl of the Mediterranean and perhaps not without reason. Situated south of the Adriatic Sea, it is one of the southernmost European states. This is one country which, despite its size, packs in a variety of geographical landscapes. From beautiful clear lakes to glistening beaches and gushing rivers to stunning mountains, you can find them all in this small country.
Everyone should take the opportunity to visit Montenegro and explore the countries rich natural beauty, stay in one of the many traditional Montenegro hotels and immerse yourself in Montenegrin culture and hospitality.
The various geographical formations are so close that you can wake up to breakfast at the pretty Adriatic coast, have lunch at the banks of Skadar Lake and take for an evening walk in the environs of the Montenegrin Mountains. You can hardly get such a variety of experiences anywhere else in the world in one day. A Montenego tour will enchant you as you explore the diverse landscapes and historical regions.
Montenegro is the perfect holiday destination for many reasons. It has unique traditions, culture and history which make it interesting and offer a multitude of exciting things to see & do across the region. It is also blessed with salubrious weather, clean air and beautiful natural landscapes. Choose your hotel in Montenegro based on its proximity to the many Montenegrin highlights.
The country of Montenegro is one part Balkan and one part Mediterranean. The Mediterranean part is close to Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Albania and Italy. Make sure you take your camera and be trigger happy as any view you shoot will be breathtaking. Despite being small this country is endowed with plenty of contrasting natural forms.
The country of Montenegro is divided into 22 municipalities which can be classified into three main geographical regions.
The first is the coastal region, stretching along the 295 km long Montenegrin coast. This region draws the tourist crowds as it has several attractions such as several picturesque old towns, a long stretch of beach that goes on for 72 kilometres and several hotels.
The second region is the central region where the Zeta River Valley is located. This is also where the country's capital Podgorica is located.
The third region is the northern region which has some of the most beautiful natural formations in Montenegro. There are high mountains, which are dotted with clean and pristine lakes, and many rivers emanate from this region. In winter this is the place to visit to enjoy winter sports such as skiing - the there are a number of ski resorts in Montenegro. Take a skiing tour in Montenegro to explore the vast mountainous region is a great idea, and there are numerous Montenegro hotels in the region to make your stay comfortable. In summer, too, Montenegro can be enjoyed as the continental weather during the day time is ideal for swimming in rivers such as Lim or in lakes such as Pesica, Plavsko and Siska. The evenings have bracing weather, with temperatures ranging from 5 to 10 degrees Celsius.
Some of the most rugged terrain of Europe can be found in the mountains of Montenegro. The average height of these mountains is more than 2,000 metres (6,560 ft). One of the important peaks in this region is the Bobotov Kuk peak located in the Durmitor Mountains, which has an elevation of 2,522 metres (8,274 ft). It is believed that the Montenegrin mountain ranges are those parts of the Balkan Peninsula that were eroded by ice during the last glacial period.
The country also has several National Parks. They are Lake Scutari, which has an area of 64 km² (25 sq miles); Lovćen with an area of 64 km² (25 sq miles); Biogradska Gora, which has an area of 54 km² (21 sq miles); Durmitor with an area of 390 km² (150 sq miles); and Biogradska Gora, which has an area of 54 km² (21 sq miles).
Montenegro also has two sites that are listed under the UNESCO World Heritage sites, namely, Durmitor and Tara River Canyon, and old city of Kotor. The country also has historical and cultural sites from Gothic, Baroque and pre-Romanesque periods. There are some significant religious monuments in the Montenegrin coastal regions, which include the Basilica of St. Luke; Our Lady of the Rocks or Gospa od Škrpjela as it is locally known; the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon in Kotor (also known as Cattaro under the Venetians);and the Savina Monastery. The medieval monasteries in Montenegro are also beautiful and are decorated with frescoes that span thousands of square metres. Transport in Montenegro is wide and varied meaning the tourist attractions in Montenegro are easy to reach and taking yourself on a self-guided tour of Montenegro easy to accomplish.
Montenegro also has a traditional dance known as Oro. It is basically a circle dance and involves dancers who stand on one another's shoulders and form a circle. They encircle one or two dancers who dance in the middle. Experience the traditional dance while enjoying a meal in one of Montenegro's traditional restaurants before heading out to explore the happening Montenegrin nightlife.
Hotel Astoria is an enchanting boutique hotel located in the main street of the Old town of Kotor. It situated on the square of Flour, near towns largest and famous squares of St. Tryphon and Arms.[more info]
Apartments Gudelj are located in Perast, a sleepy town near Kotor, with ancient baroque palaces. The most beautiful buildings of this small city were built in the 17th and 18th centuries. The apartments are located just 30 m from the sea.[more info]
Hotel Del Mar is located in the beautiful, quiet town of Petrovac, just 100 meters from the beach.
This is a new, wonderfully designed 4-star hotel suitable for different purposes: rest and relaxation, conferences and business trips.
Check special package hotel Del Mar has prepared for the 1st May!!
Dvori Balsica is a hotel in the heart of the old town Ulcinj. The name of the hotel means Balsici castle. Balsici were the medieval dynasty that ruled Montenegro for two centuries. The hotel is located behind the ancient walls of Ulcinj. It is a part of the ancient fortress, and is used today as a hotel. It has a unique charm, being a mediaeval castle overlooking the magnificent sea, and is perfect for a peaceful Mediterranean vacation.[more info]
Hotel Podgorica is situated on the banks of Moraca River, only a few minutes from the town's center. Its location, with a splendid view over The Moraca River, unique architecture, contemporary rooms and suites and the polite personnel, meet the high standards of even the most demanding tourists.
Hotel Crna Gora is a three star hotel in the centre of Podgorica. It is the oldest hotel in town, with a beautiful city garden and beautiful view. All the important sites in Podgorica are nearby and easily accessible.[more info]
Alexandar Lux is a small hotel located in the very center of Podgorica. It is situated in business center Alexandar in Hercegovacka Street (street closed to traffic). The hotel is ideal for those travelling on business and just steps from numerous International Institutions, Embassies, Cultural Centers and Banks.
Aleksic Apartments offers modern and luxurious accommodation located in one of the oldest and most beautiful towns on the Adriatic. The apartments are just 2 minutes away from the most beautiful beaches in Budva: Pizana and Mogren.[more info]
Hotel Mogren is one of the legendary spots of Montenegrin tourism, a place famous for the restaurant that, for ages, has been the meeting point of intellectuals, bohemians and tourists from the whole of the Balkan area. Hotel Mogren is a three-star hotel at the best place in Budva, in front of the old town and close to most of the important sites.[more info]
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Perfectly positioned next to one of the most famous Montenegrin beaches - sandy Becici beach, recently refurbished, Hotel Sentido Tara offers high quality accommodation and services. With wide variety of facilities and kind service, this hotel will make sure that you have a perfect holiday.[more info]
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