Tivat is a premium and very interesting city located in the southwest of Montenegro. The city, which is located on the coast of Kotor Bay in the Adriatic, is the center of attention of tourists thanks to its geographical location and natural beauties.
The small village of Donja Lastva is a good getaway for those looking for calm and peace, especially in summer.
The Island of Flowers is a great option for those looking for a safe and comfortable environment for swimming.
A huge marina built on an ex-Yugoslav marine environment, Porto Montenegro.
Gradski Park, which is considered the largest park in the city with its hiking trails and cool air in the shade of its trees.
A beach where you can enjoy the sea and the sun, Horizonti Beach.
For those seeking tranquility, Kalardovo Beach.
Perfect for swimmers or professional swimmers, Verige Beach.
Buco-Lukovic Museum exhibiting paintings, sculptures, precious jewels and traditional clothing
With its coasts, ports and modern structures, Budva is the crown jewel of Baklan’s nightlife. The city, where the lights never go out, is home to many luxury nightclubs and special places where history and entertainment are intertwined.
The beaches surrounded by sparkling turquoise coasts, mountain and forest scenery are the most important reasons why the region referred to as Karadağ is loved. Budva Rivera, which combines the pleasure of the sea with nature, is the center of sea holiday in Montenegro with its 35 km long coast and 17 beaches.
Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 with its natural beauties, cultural and historical structure, Kotor is a city surrounded by steep mountains, the sea and high walls. Kotor offers a unique experience with its medieval architecture, which it has preserved for centuries, as well as its culture and nature bearing traces of Rome and Venice.
Tara Canyon, the deepest canyon in Europe, makes you feel like you are in the heart of nature with its breathtaking view, steep slopes and icy waters. Adrenaline-filled activities such as trekking, hiking and rafting are held in this unique canyon, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list.