Even though Montenegro is small in size, it is one of the most amazing places in the world. Each city has a unique soul, and these sightseeing spots are going to take your breath away!
This has to be one of the most beautiful views in Montenegro, and it's popularly called "25th curve" because it belong to the famous serpentine road from Kotor to Njeguši village. It's easily accessible by car, but the braver ones can even hike to the top, it's about a two-hour walk from Kotor. You can see the whole Boka bay from the top, and it's going to take your breath away!
Old baroque town of Perast is one of the most popular places for summer vacation. Situated in the middle of Boka bay, between Kotor and Herceg Novi, it had a strategic position from Medieval times. You can take a boat ride to the islands Lady of the Rock (Gospa od Škrpjela) and St. George, or you can use your time to take a walk through old cobble stone streets and visit Medieval churches.
Kotor old town is a well preserved urbanization, built between the 12th and 14th century. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor a UNESCO listed “World Natural and Historical Heritage Site”.
Through the entire old town the buildings are criss-crossed with narrow streets and squares.
Once a fortified village which defended Montenegro against Ottoman Empire, is now a part of Aman Resort family. Because of its popularity, Sveti Stefan hosted many celebrities like Orson Welles, Eliyabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren, Kirk Douglas and many more.
Luštica Bay is becoming the beating heart of coastal Montenegro with its breathtaking views and sustainable development which perfectly blends in the existing beauty of Trašte bay. With our newest milestones, Centrale, Luštica bay town centre and The Chedi Luštica Bay , largest five-star hotel in Boka bay which is set to open in summer 2018, there is no doubt that Luštica Bay is must see spot to visit along Montenegrin coast.
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