July 6, 2018 Beyond Limits

Montenegro time to shine

Welcome to Montenegro, the country which fully reflects the characteristics of the Mediterranean in terms of cuisine, culture, historical heritage and architecture.

The coast is lined with a number of walled historical towns backed by high and steep mountains. The landscape continues to go even higher to the northern parts forming rivers, deep gorges, lakes, forests all creating dramatic views.

We will drive you through the iconic itinerary of MONTENEGRO IN STYLE to really welcome you to majestic scenery and awesome places to visit, a travelling experience you can never forget.

Korkut Oyal, Tivat Montenegro

Day 1
The descend to Tivat Airport is a good introduction to Montenegro’s mountains and the breathtaking coastline of Budva. Transfer to your hotel in Budva. Check in at your hotel and relax. Late afternoon departure for Budva Old Town for a stroll around the narrow streets with a stop at a local bar to get an evening aperitive.

Finish the stroll at a local restaurant and try the day’s catches for the Adriatic Sea while enjoying the beautiful scenery at sunset.

budva
Budva

budva old town
Budva Old Town

 

Day 2
Morning drive to Tivat. Board on the boat for a cruise in Boka Bay witnessing the beautiful scenery of Europe’s southernmost fjords.

Tivat bay 2
Tivat Bay

Land on the island for a visit to the Church of Our Lady. Following the church, continue to Perast by boat and walk around the picturesque village famous for its residential buildings built of the local cut stones.

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Perast
Perast 2
Perast

Continue to Kotor and walk around the old town. Kotor is one of the most interesting historical towns around the Mediterranean. It also finds itself in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

kotor
Kotor

Day 3

cetinje
Cetinje

Self drive by 4x4s to Cetinje, the old royal capital of Montenegro. Walk around Cetinje, to see the historical buildings of Cetinje including the Cathedral and King Nikola’s Palace.
Continue climbing the mountain to Lovcen where the Lovcen Mausoleum is located. A breathtaking view of Boka Bay is awaiting from the top of the mountain.
How about an exclusive picnic lunch in the beautiful surroundings?
We proceed to Njegusi Village famous for local Montenegrin products such as cheese (Njeguški sir) and prosciutto (Njeguški pršut).

 

Njegusi village
Njegusi Village

Continue driving down the serpentine still witnessing the magnificent views of Boka Bay and Tivat Bay.

Day 4

A day dedicated to the sea, sunbathing and sailing boats….
Sail on the Tivat and Kotor Bays after a brief sailing instructions.

Each team will have different colors caps, and on each boat will be a skipper and a representative.

Maneuver of sailing boats is quite a complex process, and because of that each participant will have certain tasks and will be shifted to activities so that everyone will get an idea of sailing (sailing, stemming, trimming, navigation…)

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Day 5

Transfer to Tivat Airport for departure flight.

Anyone who chooses to spend time here realises why it is so special; the spectacular natural landscape alone is enough to cement Montenegro’s celebrity status, but this country offers so much more. It is jam packed with historic and important landmarks, and the towns have so much Baltic character they seem to come straight out of a story book. Montenegro’s culture is intoxicating and the people are so welcoming- this is a country that definitely cannot be avoided for long!