Cruising along the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro is a natural beauty located in southeastern Europe and although it is gaining popularity recently, it remains one of the best kept secrets of this fascinating region.
From Porto Montenegro to the quaint towns of the Bay of Kotor towns. This country is set within rugged peaks, quiet coves and profound canyons. Cruising along the coast, you will be delighted to discover lively coastal resorts with endless great beaches.
With a diverse history and natural landscape, making it a fascinating place to explore, Montenegro is more than what meets the eye. In a setting with jaw-dropping scenery around every corner, the ruins of past kingdoms remain visited around this fascinating destination.
Beginning with Sveti Stefan’s, it is a beach decorated in pink pebbles contrasting greatly with the azure waters of the coastline. It is a delightful location to take a swim and later, delight in the local gastronomy of fresh seafood on board prepared by your private chef. A fantastic location for the sunset, you have the best location on board to take in all the glistening views.
Hop off board to discover Budva’s 2,500-year-old town. This lively area is brimming with life. Walk along the museum, citadels, restaurants and bars to discover the true beauty of the ancient past. When the sunsets, Budva transforms into a lively town of night owls and party goers. Another old town to top the list, is Kotor’s Venetian old town. Located right off the Bay of Kotor, you can cruise over and take in the towering views of the old town as you approach this mountainous beauty on board. The snaking alleyways of the old town will lead you to boutiques, plazas and charming restaurants.
For the nature lovers, perhaps a stop at Tara Canyon would be a delight. The second deepest canyon in the world, following the famous Grand Canyon, is a sight to see. For those adrenaline junkies, perhaps a white water rafting tour or cliff jumping will be a thrilling experience.
Another one of the hot spots in Montenegro is easily Ulcinj’s Velika Plaza, which is located on the south coast of Montenegro. This 12 kilometers stretch of sandy beaches is popular for those intrepid travellers who enjoy in partaking in their famous beach parties and festivals.
A delight for those able to travel by yacht is the great advantage of visiting the Blue Cave, which is located on the Lustica Peninsula coast and accessible only by yacht. The illuminating blue light which is reflecting off the sparkling sea, is indescribable and an absolute must see when in Montenegro.
There is so much to see and do in Montenegro, and as it remains one of the yachting world’s best kept secret, we couldn't recommend this destination enough. Adventure, culture, history and relaxation - Montenegro uniquely balances it all.