Breathtaking Locations in MontenegroMontenegro · 5 Items · Andela Lazarevic
Handpicked by a Montenegro Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Breathtaking Locations in Montenegro'.
From magnificent canyons, through 5 national parks, followed with amazing ethnic and rural tourist offer, Montenegro brings you breathtaking locations that will stun you and make you explore even more. Check out our list below and feel free to add your favourite spots.
Ada Bojana is an island in the Ulcinj Municipality in Montenegro which was created by a river delta of the Bojana River. Popular Montenegrin legend says the island was formed by river sand gathering around a ship sunk at the mouth of Bojana River, but it is more likely to be a delta in formation. Geography lovers should definitely visit this island as it has formed into a triangle shape with an ar...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
Piva Nature Park is located in the northwest Montenegro, covering 39% of Pluzine municipality territory. The surface area of the park is 32 477,9 ha. This park is amazingly rich in nature with varied terrain in which most is taken up by mountains covered in grass and woods, followed by stunning canyons of rivers Tara, Piva, Susica and mountain lakes, (so called forests’ eyes) Stabanjsko and Trno...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
Ostrog Monastery is a miraculous work of art built by nature and human interaction. It is carved almost entirely into a vertically positioned mountain cliff. Today, the monastery is the pearl of Montenegrin spirituality which is visited by more than 100,000 pilgrims from around the world in addition to many tourists and locals from all religions every year. Ostrog Monastery is one of the most visi...More info