For such a small country, Montenegro’s traditional cuisine comes in many delicious flavours. It ranges from garlicky seafood on the coast to hearty mountain fare designed to keep hard-working farmers going.
Bursting at the seams with majestic mountains, breathtaking beaches and larger-than-life locals, minuscule Montenegro proves once and for all that good things do indeed come in small packages.
Durmitor stuns with dizzying canyons, glittering glacial lakes and nearly 50 limestone peaks soaring to over 2000m; the highest, Bobotov Kuk, hits 2523m.
Montenegro is a small, mountainous state in south-west Balkans and borders Croatia.
Petrovac sits on the south-west side of Montenegro on what’s known as the Budva Riviera.
Perast the special Baroque-style place.
Lustica Peninsula is at the entrance of the bay of Kotor and effectively separates Tivat Bay from the Adriatic.
Budva is a beautiful coastal town on the Adriatic Sea and is part of the Budva Riviera.
The city lies to the south of the Montenegrin coast, close to the Albanian border.
Lake Skadar is the largest in the Balkans.
Sveti Stefan is one of our favourite places on the Budva Riviera!
An amazing place, definitely one of the best tourist investments on the Montenegrin coast in the last 25 years.
Kotor is a medieval walled city in Boka Kotorska Bay.