The Most Beautiful Promenades in Montenegro

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The internal joke in the Balkans is that Montenegrins are lazy. So now act surprised, as our topic for today are promenades and walk-trays in Montenegro, and it will show that we like to walk, only if the scenery is beautiful!  

Jokes aside, Montenegro is a country full of stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, and there are numerous promenades offering breathtaking views. 

Let us tell you about our favourite locations to walk, starting from the coast, and going all the way up to the north of Montenegro.

Sveti Stefan Promenade 

The promenade of Sveti Stefan is one of the most beautiful in Montenegro. It offers stunning views of the Adriatic Sea and the symbol of Montenegro - Sveti Stefan hotel-peninsula. 

Budva Riviera Promenade

The promenade in Budva is a popular spot for both - tourists and locals alike. This promenade runs along the Budva Riviera and offers stunning views of the sea and the old town of Budva. It is packed with restaurants, cafes, and shops, making it a great place to relax and take in the scenery.

Donji Put in Kotor 

The literal translation is the Lower Path, as it's located right next to the water. It offers breathtaking views of the bay and the surrounding mountains in Kotor. On hot summer nights, walking the Donji Put promenade gives you a special feeling of calmness and peace, with a recognisable Mediterranean atmosphere combining maritime and land worlds into a perfect bland. 

Herceg Novi Promenade 

The main walkway in Herceg Novi is called Pet Danica (Five Danica), carrying the name in honour of five women all with the same name - Danica, who died during WWII. It's the longest near-the-shore walking track in the City, connecting villages Meljine and Igalo (or better explaining - two opposite parts of the city of Herceg Novi). Cafes, restaurants, people enjoying various activities - all this you will find here.

Bar Promenade 

The promenade stretches from the port of Bar to the end of the village of Šušanj. The entire course of the promenade follows the coast and here you can find a number of the most diverse restaurants. Halfway along the promenade, you can enjoy the Željeznica River Bridge, from where you can feed the ducks and enjoy the sceneries.

Promenade Pine  

Pine is one of the symbols of Tivat, where neighbours, families and friends meet and go for walks together. Watching people strolling, sitting in a cafe or chatting, you get a feel for this special lifestyle. And if you get into conversation with the locals, you realise quite quickly: no one is a stranger here. Everyone is welcome.


Lustica Bay Promenade 

A pedestrian path, about 700 meters long, from the Marina Village to Oblatno Bay and Almara Beach, is a Luštica Bay attraction for all residents, guests and visitors. The path, integrated into the surroundings, has several wooden bridges over the existing bays, while a wooden path was built over the steep rocks to preserve the natural ambience and sustainable approach of the tourism development in Trašte Bay.

Moraca River Promenade

This promenade belongs to the category of the newly built promenades in the capital of Montenegro, but it turned out to be an instant favourite of the citizens and visitors of the capital. Moraca River has a special place in the hearts of the people from Podgorica, and if you visit this fairytale promenade you will see and feel why.

Niksic Promenades 

Two of the most popular promenades in Niksic are Vito Nikolic Promenade and Korzo. 
Vito Nikolic Promenade will show you the foot of the Trebjesa Hill which is a nature park and the most popular place for recreation in Niksic. 
The Korzo Promenade is in the heart of the city, in the urban part, the main street that crosses the whole city centre and is a pedestrian zone. At any time of the day, you will see a lot of people walking, having fun and visiting numerous bars and cafes.

Pljevlja City Promenade

The promenade in Pljevlja is a great place to explore the town's rich cultural heritage. The promenade runs along the town's main street and is lined with shops, restaurants, and cafes. Visitors can also explore the nearby Gradina Fortress, which dates back to the medieval period.

Black Lake in National Park Durmitor 

The hiking trail starts from the entrance ramp to the National Park Durmitor. The first section of the trail, about 900 m long, goes along an asphalt road that passes through a beautiful fir forest. From there, you continue onto the path around the lake, from which you can enjoy fantastic views of the lake and the peaks of the Durmitor mountain range. As this is one of the most popular tourist spots in the country, there is a restaurant, an information desk and numerous benches along the path, as well as barbeque positions, reading spots and a visitors centre where you can learn more about the flora and fauna of this national park.


Overall, Montenegro has a variety of beautiful promenades that offer stunning views of the country's natural beauty and cultural heritage. All of these promenades have their unique charm and character, making them well worth a visit.

Did we miss any of your favourites? Write to us, we would be thrilled to add more to the list!