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The Montenegro Coast is a long stretch of land backed by scenic mountains, serene beaches and the sparkling blue Adriatic Sea. Dotted around this picturesque coastal stretch are historic villages full of ecclesiastical gems and Old Town ramparts. Travel through this enchanting region for a glimpse into the local culture and history.
Among the most popular and intriguing cities is the medieval gem of Kotor. Gaze up at the preserved Kotor Old Town Walls, which are illuminated at night. The reflections of the lights in the Bay of Kotor appear to complete the loop of the walls around the town.
Admire St. Tryphon Cathedral for its Romanesque and Gothic design. Visit St. Nicholas’ Church, known as the region’s largest Orthodox church. Spend an afternoon at the Maritime Museum of Montenegro to learn about Kotor’s historic role on Montenegro Coast.
Take a short trip to the quaint village of Perast, which has many churches and old palazzos. It also has intriguing ruins and religious sites, with its St. Nicholas’ Church the main attraction. Ascend to the belfry’s summit to enjoy panoramic views of the historic center and surrounding countryside. Embark on a boat trip to the tiny artificial islet of Our Lady of the Rocks, which contains a medieval church.
Continue west around the bay to reach the town of Herceg Novi, which stands out with its buzzing nightlife and shopping streets. Visit the Old Railway Station and the Kanli Kula Fortress for a sense of the area’s history. Relax on the scenic Igalo Beach, with its gentle slope into the sea. Summers are hot, with July the driest month.
The region occupies the western flank of Montenegro, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Fly to the Tivat Airport and rent a car to get around the vast coastal area. You can also travel by bus or arrive at the airports of Podgorica or Dubrovnik.
The Montenegro Coast is an idyllic region of quaint charm, fascinating history and striking scenery.