Montenegro – bay of Kotor
A wild land where mountains drop straight into the sea and delightful towns such as Kotor and Perast, cling to the coastline on the south from the border with Croatia. The border of Montenegro is about 40 km from Dubrovnik. In Montenegro we drive along the main coastal road through small and nice villages directly up to Kamenari from where we take ferry to the other side of the bay.
Price: 350,00 kn
Duration: up to 9 hours
Running: Every Monday and Friday
- Magnificent viewpoints of the Kotor bay
- Old town of Kotor and Perast
- Boat drive to the island “Lady of the Rock”
- Pick up from the hotel/apartment
- English speaking driver/guide
- English speaking local guide in Kotor
- Ferry and boat tickets in Montenegro
- Comfortable, air conditioned vehicle
- Insurance, road tolls, VAT and taxes
If you want to know more about the rich and cultural heritage of Montenegro go with us on a day trip to the UNESCO-protected town, Kotor. Mediterranean city surrounded by ancient walls 4 km long. After Kotor, we continue to the south, to the Montenegrin coast. We will visit Budva. Budva is characterized by the unique beauty, sun, sea and a series of pearly beaches at the foot of the big mountains. Here you have time for swimming, sightseeing and lunch. Back is in the late afternoon hours. Be sure to bring your passport. Currency is the Euro. It is desirable to take light clothing and shoes, and all for swimming.
Konavle, the southernmost region of Croatia, can be experienced through dance performances, strolling through the historical sites and visit the sources of rivers in the mountains. How you can find serenity in the Franciscan monastery in the same way you can actively swim in the crystal clear sea and rich local cuisine.
The Island of Korcula is one of the largest green islands on the Adriatic. Korcula is a wonderful architectural example of a well preserved, fortified medieval town. The most famous world traveler Marco Polo began his life in this city, where is retained his place of birth. In the middle of the central square is a cathedral of St. Mark from the fourteenth century. On the main Square there are also museums and galleries.