Where to go in Montenegro

Montenegro is a small country located in the Adriatic Sea, sandwiched between Croatia and Albania. It's known for its rugged mountains, pristine beaches and lovely towns. Montenegro also has three national parks: Durmitor, Biogradska and Mljet. There are many small islands in the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Montenegro that include Ada Bojana, Prvic and Sveti Stefan. You can explore these beautiful islands by boat or ferry before or after visiting Montenegro's mainland attractions.

The Bay of Kotor

The Bay of Kotor is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most beautiful places in Montenegro. It's surrounded by mountains, has many small islands and has been the home of many shipwrecks. The bay also has an abundance of fish including tuna and swordfish. The town of Kotor is very picturesque. It's surrounded by mountains and has many old buildings that have been preserved from the 15th century. The city also has an abundance of churches and cathedrals that are well worth visiting.

Budva Riviera

The Budva Riviera is a popular destination for tourists and honeymooners. The coastline is beautiful, with plenty of restaurants and bars to choose from. There are also many nightclubs on this stretch of land, so you can dance the night away if you're feeling like it! The city is also a popular destination for beach lovers, as there are many beautiful beaches just outside of it. If you're looking for an energetic, fun-filled vacation, then the Budva Riviera is certainly the place to be!

Lake Skadar National Park

Lake Skadar National Park is located in the southern part of Montenegro, between the towns of Bar and Ulcinj. It covers an area of 1,938 square kilometers (753 square miles), making it one of Europe's largest national parks. The park consists mainly of wetlands and forests that surround Lake Skadar (also known as Lake Shkodra). The lake has been declared a Ramsar Site due to its importance as a wetland habitat for birds; it also provides shelter for many other species such as deer, wild boar and foxes.


Cetinje is one of the capitals of Montenegro, and it's also home to the country's Royal Palace. The town has a population of about 5,000 people--a small number for a capital city--but this doesn't mean that you won't find anything interesting there. In fact, Cetinje has plenty to offer: beautiful architecture and museums; lots of history; delicious food; and even some hiking opportunities in nearby mountains and forests. If you have time while visiting Montenegro (and we recommend that you do), consider spending a few days exploring Cetinje by foot or on horseback!


Petrovac is a town on the Adriatic Sea in Montenegro. It's known for its beaches and nightlife, as well as being a port city. The population of Petrovac is roughly 4,000 people. The town is located in the Bay of Kotor, just south of Budva and Herceg Novi along Montenegro's western coast. The old town of Petrovac is centered on a small harbor, and the nearby beach is known for its clear waters. The city has several museums, including the Museum of Vojvodina and the Ethnographic Museum.

Herceg Novi

Herceg Novi is a coastal town in Montenegro known for its beaches and nightlife. The town has a rich history, dating back to the 16th century when it was founded by the Ottomans. Today, it's a popular tourist destination due to its beautiful coastline and picturesque architecture. Herceg Novi's most popular attraction is its Old Town which contains many historic sites such as churches and mosques that have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1979. You can also visit one of several museums here like the Museum of Ethnography or Maritime Museum which houses exhibits related to local culture or seafaring life in Montenegro's past (or present).

If you're looking for some outdoor fun after exploring all these attractions then head down towards Herceg Novi Beach where there are plenty of options available like jet skiing lessons or parasailing rides!


Perast is a small town on the Adriatic Sea coast in Montenegro. It's a perfect place to stay if you want to experience some of the best beaches in Europe, as well as an authentic slice of local culture and history. Perast has a long history, dating back to Roman times when it was known as Antipastum or "the opposite side." The town was named after its founder Perastus who built its fortifications and walls around 500 BC. In 1979, UNESCO designated Perast as a World Heritage Site because of its well-preserved medieval architecture; there are many churches and monasteries here that date back hundreds of years!


Tivat is a town and municipality in Montenegro, located in the Bay of Kotor. It is a major resort town and the second largest city in Montenegro after the capital Podgorica. Tivat has been continuously inhabited since antiquity, having been founded as an ancient Greek colony. The city was known as Antipatrea during Roman times, when it was part of the province of Dalmatia (today split between Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina). During medieval times it became part of Byzantine Empire and later fell under Republic of Venice control until 1797 when it was taken over by Austria-Hungary empire under Treaty of Campo Formio agreement signed between France & Austria which ended First Coalition War against Napoleon Bonaparte's French Empire

Montenegro is a beautiful country with many different places to visit. We hope that this list has helped you decide where to go next on your vacation!