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Top 9 must see places in Montenegro
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One of the best destination for gulet cruise you have never heard of
Town Perast lies beneath the hill of St. Ilija (873 m), on a cape that separates the Bay of Risano from that of Kotor, and overlooks the Verige strait, the narrowest part of the Bay of Kotor. The remains of Neolithic culture (3500 BC) have been discovered in the caves of Spila above Perast and various archeological finds provide evidence of civilization dating from Illyrian, Roman and early Christian periods. Perast’s most famous landmarks aren’t on land at all. You must discover two peculiarly picturesque islands with equally peculiar histories.
Tivat is located in the central part of the Boka Kotorska bay. Although it is the youngest town in the Boka region, Tivat has a lot of interesting and attractive destinations. The town has a reputation as being one of the sunniest spots in Boka Kotorska. While Tivat will never rival Kotor for charm, it makes a pleasant stop on a trip around the bay and is a useful base for exploring the sweet villages of the Vrmac and Luštica Peninsulas.
6. Luštica Bay
Situated in Trašte Bay along the natural pearl Luštica peninsula, Luštica Bay is perfectly positioned between coast and backdrop mountains. Clear air, clean emerald Adriatic seas and unspoiled natural beauty blend the tranquil and the active for a distinct way of life. This is a hot spot for the young and trendy where drinks flow from early morning until long past sunset. Enjoy the fresh seafood and excellent wines of the restaurant, soak up the sun and bathe in the crystal waters around the club before the party begins that evening.
Budva is really fantastic, it’s kind of a Montenegrin Saint-Tropez. It’s a beautiful and charming old walled city lying in a natural Mediterranean harbour and a lot of fortunate tourists coming during the summer. The narrow, cobbled streets of Old town are lined with cafes, art studios, restaurants and shops…You’ll spend a great time walking through Budva’s narrow streets and enjoying the Montenegrin version of “La Dolce Vita“
The landscapes in this Part of the Montenegrin coast are quite different from those in the gulf of Kotor. Mountains leave room for long fine sand beaches and the water is clearer and clearer.