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Montenegro: A Travel Hot Spot

Montenegro: A Travel Hot Spot


Lord Byron, one of the eminent British romantic poets of the 19th century, eloquently depicted Montenegro as follows:
“When the Earth was born, a breathtaking encounter between land and sea must have occurred on the Montenegrin coast. In the act of scattering nature’s pearls, this terrain was generously bestowed with handfuls of them.”

Affordable Tourism Periods

Montenegro stands as a captivating travel destination for numerous reasons. Ideal seasons for travelers with affordable prices are from March to June and from late August to November. During these periods, most tourists find the opportunity to spend cheaper holidays in famous attractions such as Herceg Novi, Budva, Kotor, St Stefani, Bar and Ulcinj. During the spring months of March to June, you’ll discover an abundance of splendid apartments offering fantastic sea views at affordable rates.

In the summer season, Montenegro transforms into a ‘high-quality Majorca’ destination, offering reasonable prices for European tourists.

The centerpiece of attraction is the awe-inspiring Gulf of Kotor, the longest fjord in southern Europe, where the Adriatic Sea has carved deeply into the mountains, giving rise to the ancient town of Perast. Additionally, along the renowned resorts of Budva and Ulcinj, you’ll find lengthy, sandy beaches.

Montenegro’s Travel Highlights:

♦ In the 15th century, the Montenegrin coast was influenced by Venice and somewhat by the Habsburgs, leading to the development of remarkable small towns like Kotor, Perast, Herceg Novi, Budva, and Ulcinj.

♦ The mountainous hinterland forms a spectacular backdrop for beach vacations.

♦ Immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea at one of the 117 beaches, and you’ll forever carry the memory of this enchanting nation. Bask in the sun on the fine sandy expanse of Ulcinj’s Velika Plaza, which spans 13 kilometers in length and 60 meters in width. Remarkably, this is the sole sandy beach on the eastern Adriatic coast.

♦ Embark on a cruise across Skadar Lake, the largest lake in Europe, featuring the most extensive bird sanctuary on the continent.

♦ Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the picturesque Boka Kotorska fjord, the largest and most unique in the Mediterranean region. Here, you’ll encounter a distinctive harmony between ethics and aesthetics that embodies the essence of Montenegro.

♦ While Montenegro covers a modest area of 13,812 square kilometers, its accessibility by car to all destinations is relatively swift. The landscape, however, exhibits remarkable diversity: lofty, rugged mountains intermingled with profound ravines alternate with expansive plains and a captivating coastline. Drawing parallels, one might liken this to Switzerland, the lakes of northern Italy, and Majorca. The vegetation also transitions with elevation, enhancing the country’s allure. Indeed, Montenegro stands among the most exquisite countries in the Mediterranean.

Summing up, Montenegro offers an exotic and breathtakingly beautiful setting, particularly appealing to Western and Northern European travelers. It encompasses all the essential prerequisites for a dream-like beach vacation:

• Astonishing beaches, including sandy expanses like Velika Plaza in Ulcinj.
• Pristine and transparent seawater.
• An unspoiled and stunning landscape.
• A pleasant climate characterized by abundant sunshine and warmth. The coastal climate of Montenegro mirrors the classic Mediterranean pattern with mild winters and hot, arid summers.

♦ Coastal Region: This portion stretches along the 293-kilometer-long Montenegrin Riviera, which borders the Adriatic Sea. ■