Explore The Amazing Towns of Montenegro
The Towns of Montenegro
Kotor: The enchanting UNESCO World Heritage town of Kotor is only twenty minutes from Luštica Bay. Surrounded by Venetian fortress walls, the pan-tiled roofs of its Medieval old town tumble down to the sea and enclose a lively maze of cobblestone streets and squares.
Perast: Admire picturesque Venetian buildings and peaceful islets. Then take a boat trek to Our Lady of the Rocks or the mysterious island of St. George, which houses a Benedictine monastery.
Budva: This summer hotspot is alive with buzzing beaches, popular restaurants, and a lively nightlife scene. Its old town district is resplendent with Venetian beauty and offers quieter streets, piazzas, and cafés.
Bar: A lovely municipality surrounding the ruins of a Byzantine fortress — which includes a 2000-year-old olive tree.
Ulcinj: Looking for a more laid-back atmosphere? The long, sandy beaches of this relaxed seaside town include Velika Plaza, the longest shore on the Adriatic Sea. The surrounding town is dotted with elegant sacred sites, art galleries, cafés, and restaurants.