Montenengro, being very close to Croatia presents attractive beaches ideal for relaxation and a lot of interesting shops and restaurants that line up in the Porto Montenegro! You should definitely try kayaking across the Kotor bay, walk to Sveti Stefan islet near Budva and explore the amazing islands with the exotic plants and marine life that surround the town of Tivat. At the end of your day, have a drink to one of the plentiful bars in the Old Town of Herceg Novi, which is also known as the "City of the Sun".
Budva is a main attraction for tourists in Montenegro, due to the Old Town with the 2.500 years of history, the beautiful sandy beaches with the warm waters and the plentiful bars and clubs with sounds of techno, trance and latin music. Wander in the town and taste local specialties, visit the old Citadel and the remarkable churches and walk to Sveti Stefan islet with the five-star resort, a perfect spot for stunning pictures. The pink pebble beaches that surround it are ideal for swimming. In the evening, take your other half and have a romantic dinner watching the spectacular sunset!
Herceg Novi will welcome you at the entrance of Kotor Bay and is ideal if you are looking for some peacefulness and tranquility. The city is known as the "City of the Sun", as most days are characterized by almost constant sunshine. In the Old Town, you will find numerous mimosas and flights of stairs between plentiful cafes and bars, elegant churches and impressive fortresses, where you can wander and take stunning photos. Try kayaking across the Kotor Bay to the fishing village of Rose with the mountains from the one side and the olive groves of Lustica Peninsula from the other. The turquoise waters of the Adriatic, calling you to explore the underwater world, will fascinate you!
At the south part of Montenegro, Tivat, the youngest town of Boka Bay, attracts every year numerous super yachts and tourists. The combination of glamour and history will definitely enthusiast you. The town presents a beautiful marina, especially at night with a variety of restaurants for every taste, serving from 5-star dining to casual dishes. Tivat is surrounded by three islands; the Island of Flowers, Saint Marko island and Our Lady of Mercy. The city park is home to many exotic plants and really deserves a visit. Although Tivat hasn't got beaches, you will find some lovely coasts outside the town towards Lustica Peninsula. At the end of your day, enjoy your drink to one of the plentiful bars, all too close to one another.
Kotor reminds us of a fairytale place. Located in the Kotor Gulf, it features the Old Town, a protected by Unesco World Heritage Site, with the influence of the Venetians be obvious. The stone churches, the narrow alleys and the architecture of the buildings will make you feel like being in the medieval period. You should definitely wander in the romantic village Perast and visit the two islets, Our Lady of the Rocks and St. George. For the end, tell your captain to take you to the "Blue Cave" and swim in deep blue pristine waters.