Montenegro Luxury Yachting Guide

Montenegro remains one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. An up-and-coming yachting paradise, this fascinating country rewards travellers with charismatic towns, challenging hiking paths, deep rafting canyons and smooth fjords.

Covered in steep green mountains that slip beneath ancient fortresses and enchanting old cities to the glinting Adriatic below, Montenegro makes for an awe-inspiring sight. Tiny Montenegro runs south to the Albanian border and is framed by pale, craggy mountain ranges hovering protectively over a ribbon of seaside towns, sandy beaches and hidden bays. Touted as the East Mediterranean’s answer to Monte Carlo, Montenegro is quiet and relaxing, yet lively enough to support a colourful and consuming way of life.

The Bay of Kotor
The Bay of Kotor boasts the only fjord in the Mediterranean and a city rich in culture that makes for an essential docking point. Stunning churches and maritime villages fill the back-drop of this picturesque town, while traditional eateries and a sprinkling of hotels line the waterfront. On the gorgeous coast are first-class diving, fishing and bathing opportunities, while inland awaits the active pursuits of mountaineering, tennis and hiking.

The medieval city of Budva hides a wealth of galleries, churches, cafes, restaurants and boutiques behind its historic walls. Boasting some of the best beaches on the Montenegro coastline, the city is a summer paradise, hosting numerous theatre performances and buoyant festivals in the warmer months.

Sveti Stefan
The glitzy resort isle of Sveti Stefan sits happily down the coast from Budva and is fast rejuvenating itself as the movie star playground it was in the 1950s. A tiny red-roofed slip of a town, Sveti Stefan is bursting with smart restaurants, luxurious boutique hotels and stylish bars.

Montenegro Area Information

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