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Montenegro traverses 293 km of coastline, as varied as it is beautiful. It begins in the north with the Luštica Bay peninsula which encloses the serenely beautiful Bay of Trašte. Take a boat from Luštica Bay’s marina and you can take your time discovering the clear-as-glass waters, sandy beaches and sheltered coves. For a true experience of old-world Montenegrin life, we can arrange unique excursions to the small, nearby fishing villages of Rose and Zanjic.
Travel deeper and you’ll reach the butterfly-shaped Bay of Kotor. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, the fjord-like bay is a small package of immense beauty, enclosing rocky mountains, intimate beaches, preserved Medieval towns and historic monuments. By land or sea, you can hop between its scattering of charming towns including Kotor, Tivat, Perast, Prcanj and Herceg Novi.
The clear, calm waters of both Trašte and Kotor Bay are ideal for a variety of watersports, from kayaking to paddle boarding to snorkelling. Diving is highly recommended with many wonders lying below the surface including underwater limestone caves, ancient archaeological ruins and diverse marine life with Montenegro boasting over 40,000 species of fish.
Hugging the coastline are two astounding national parks. Admire Boka Bay’s most astounding views from Njegoš, the highest mausoleum in the world in Lovćen National Park. Or visit Lake Skadar National Park and kayak around the largest lake in the Balkans. Bordered by mountains, its looking-glass waters are a beautiful spot for exploring by boat or foot. Discover 260 species of bird, visit quaint island monasteries or try a spot of wild swimming.

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