Beautiful beaches on the Adriatic coast
Holidays in Montenegro bring you breathtaking scenery, glorious beaches and an undiscovered landscape. It’s ideal for families, couples and explorers alike, with its pretty towns, fascinating heritage and plenty of opportunities to simply relax and soak in the beauty of the Adriatic coastline.
This relatively undiscovered country is becoming a holiday hotspot, and it’s easy to see why. Spend long lazy days on the beaches or explore Montenegro’s spectacular culture. Swim in glittering lakes, wander through the mountains or try some of the watersports on offer.
When it comes to towns, there are plenty to choose from. Budva is home to an old town steeped in history, while the lakeside town of Kotor is surrounded by rugged views. Becici is known for its al fresco culture where you can watch the world go by in the former fishing village.
Montenegro allows you to fully unwind and relax. The country is home to plenty of sandy beaches where you can relax the day away, before enjoying delicious freshly cooked fish and a glass of bubbly in one of the beach clubs.
Tivat is a modern and glamourous area of Montenegro so expect ritzy promenades and gourmet restaurants. Spot beautiful super yachts in the harbour as you wander along the marina. Or, indulge in a spot of designer shopping in downtown Tivat. After a busy day, unwind in one of the most luxurious of Tvat hotels – the Regent Porto Montenegro. Situated by the gorgeous Boka Bay, you’ll enjoy fine dining while taking in views of the marina at the Pool Bar.
Alternatively, the Bay of Kotor nestled on the Adriatic coastline is must for those who want to relax with a glass of fine wine, while watching the sun go down over the sea. During the day take a walk around the base of the mountains, or spend a day in The Old Town. With plenty of markets, there is ample opportunity to pick up souvenirs and mementos of your time spent in this enchanting town. The bay itself is the perfect setting for a romantic boat trip, and the luxurious Heritage Grand Perast overlooks the bay itself.