- FitCamp Montenegro
- Etno Village Nevidio
- Karting Centre Podgorica
- Zabes Holidays
- Tara Rafting - Bacika Blagojevic
- Be Active Montenegro
- Undiscovered Montenegro
- Kotor Stari Grad
- Stari Bar
- St Tryphon Cathedral
- Old Olive Tree
- Rumija Mountain
- Durmitor National Park
Active HolidaysMontenegro · 13 Items · Andela Lazarevic
Handpicked by a Montenegro Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Active Holidays'.
Active holidays are becoming more and more popular each year. Active tourism is a new travelling philosophy that combines adventure, ecotourism and cultural aspects of one country or place. It claims to combine recreation, education and to bring benefits to both, the tourist and the visited land. Montenegro is country that is perfect for this kind of tourism, as you can go from the north to the south in a few hours, visit beaches and mountains and literally go all around our country in a day. And if active tourism combines:
- Adventure- you can find adventure in Montenegrin canyons, rivers, lakes, mountains.
- Eco-tourism- a lot of great locations can be found in our country. National parks, flora and fauna as you can only imagine and many more!
- Cultural aspects- monuments, old towns, historic places. Montenegro was part of many cultures, from Ottomans, Venetian Republic...
We hope that this list would help you in your search!
FitCamp Montenegro brings the meaning of: Being a perfect fit for your lifestyle Fitting your mindset to the modern world demands Having a fit body Finding a right fit to self-love A camp-style vacation in the beautiful Adriatic gem of Montenegro The idea of FitCamp Montenegro development is self-sustainability! Monten...More info
Located in one of the most beautiful villages in Montenegro, with amazing views to the mountains and lakes. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and fresh air. Space The atmosphere of the village, located at a 1,000m height, is great for winding down of work pressures and hectic city life. Pošćenje is easily accessible from the main road, but all you see and feel is the authentic village atmo...More info
Karting Centre Podgorica is the first facility of this type in Montenegro, on surface this big and with such offer. Location is highway between Podgorica and Cetinje, place called Lijesnje, which makes this place very accessible. There is a big parking lot, so you can leave your car and enjoy the ride in the go kart vehicles. This place is open for everybody - recreation drivers, professionals,...More info
Explore the unspoilt natural beauty of Zabes village and Lake Skadar National Park with Zabes Holidays who offer distinguished activities in this spectacular area of Montenegro. You can experience activities such as traditional boat trips with unforgettable landscapes, fishing, bird watching, heritage tours... Welcoming local hosts, who have over 15 years of experience on Skad...More info
Montenegro is one of the smallest countries in Europe, but yet it offers an amazing experience because its nature is breathtaking and there are so many things to do and see. One of the must-do activities is the white water rafting in Tara Canyon, which is the river with the deepest canyon in Europe and 2nd deepest in the world (after Grand canyon of Colorado in the USA). Tara Canyon is als...More info
BeActive Montenegro is a small group of nature and adventure lovers who explore Montenegro’s sea and mountains. They can arrange hikes, sailing, canyoning, rafting, climbing, and yoga retreats. Their goal is to show to everyone how beautiful this country is and also to bring as many people back to Nature and themselves through various outdoor activities, retreats and workshops. BeActive Mo...More info
Escape the hordes and head on an adventure in one of Europe's last remaining wildernesses! Undiscovered Montenegro offers unique kayaking, hiking, gastronomy, wine and wild swimming tours at the stunning Lake Skadar National Park, whether it's on our hosted activity weeks or as a day tour. If you love truly staggering natural beauty, Lake Skadar National Park is the place for you. Practically u...More info
The Old Town of Kotor is one of the best-preserved Medieval towns in Montenegro and makes a very interesting day trip for families, couples and groups alike. The asymmetric structure of the squares and narrow streets, combined with many valuable examples of Medieval architecture, has contributed to Kotor being placed on UNESCO's cultural inheritance list. If you are planning a stay in Montenegr...More info
The Old Town of Bar or Stari Bar is one of the largest and the most important medieval archaeological sites in the Balkans. It is settled on the slopes of Mount Rumija where remains of almost 600 edifices prove the existence of numerous peoples who lived here. In the historical sources, the Old Town of Bar was first mentioned in the 10th century, but some evidence showed that it had existed...More info
The cathedral was built in honour of St Tryphon, who was the patron and protector of the town, on the site of a church, which dates back to 809 and housed the remains of the saint himself. Regarded as the largest and most beautiful building in Kator, the cathedral is not without its quirks: the two towers differ slightly in their design, due to damage that occurred during an earthquake in 1667, a...More info
The Old Olive Tree, a symbol of the city of Bar, is the oldest tree in Europe and has stood in the same position for over 2,000 years! To find the tree, make your way to Mirovica, five kilometres from Bar in the direction of Ulcinj. This natural monument is older than any written manuscript or site in the city of Bar and as a result, was protected by the law in 1963. The circumference of The Old O...More info
Rumija is a mountain in South Montenegro with great religious significance. Every year, the Cross of Jovan Vladimir is carried from the village of Velji Mikulići to the summit of Rumija during the Feast of Pentecost. This procession is not just limited to the Orthodox Christian community as Catholics and Muslims have traditionally taken part for many years on the ascent to Rumija summit. Rumija M...More info
Formed by glaciers, and traversed by numerous rivers and underground streams, there truly is beauty around every corner in this National Park, which is also home to one of the deepest gorges in Europe. Durmitor's wide expanse comprises not only magnificent gorges, but miles of dense pine forest, reflective lakes, and majestic mountains. In fact, Durmitor is one of the last living, virgin pine f...More info