Montenegro is located in southeastern Europe on the Adriatic Sea. This relatively sparsely populated country borders Serbia in the north, Kosovo in the east, Albania in the southeast and Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia in the west.
It’s a small mountainous country and lies in the southeastern Dinaric mountains. The short Adriatic coast covers the area from the Bay of Kotor to the port city of Bar. The winding coastal road runs from Croatia to the Bay of Kotor.
At Bijela you can take the ferry that takes you to Tivat. This short crossing saves a huge detour around the large bay. From Tivat the coastal road continues to the Budva and Bar Riviera.
Montenegro’s mountainous 300-kilometer coastline is becoming increasingly popular among sailors who also want to discover the coast to the south of Croatia.
The country has the stunning UNESCO World Heritage sites of Perast and Kotor, an imposing Venetian fortress with a steep climb and fantastic views of the bay. Discover Herceg Novi’s 14th century center or Dobrec’s pebble beach, which is only accessible by boat.
At Budva you can enjoy the nightlife at Ploce beach or go for a swim in the morning at Mogren beach, before the crowds begin. Cross over to the island of Katic for diving, discover the fort on Mamula or find peace on the uninhabited Stari Ulcinj.
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