Municipality of Tivat is first of Boka Bay’s cities that is organizing a series of events to mark the beginning of festivities throughout the country. For the upcoming Municipality day, the town of Tivat has, with the help of Tourism Board of Tivat and Cultural center of Tivat, prepared a rich whole month programme of various events.
Imposing mountains frame the sparkling blues that are peppered only with yachts. Picturesque ports and former fishing towns whisper untold tales of Montenegrin heritage to those who wander their streets. A well kept secret, however, is that of the Montenegrin winter. It is not a country boasting only beaches but also some of Europe’s best ski slopes. As we slalom into the ski season we thought we’d share some information on the surprising winter sport in Montenegro.
Podgorica translates as ‘under the little hill’. True to namesake, a cypress-covered hill watches over the buzzing capital and its inhabitants which make approximately a third of the national population. The city is always humming with events and activities that have become trademarks of the country. One of these events is the Podgorica Marathon which was established in 1996 and still enjoys success, now onto its 23rd year.
Being a game that encourages camaraderie, golf has stood the test of time, as its popularity spread quickly throughout the centuries and has remained prevalent within various societies, most particularly Ireland, Scotland, Canada, England, the US, and now it is time to extend this to Montenegro!
If you didn’t have a chance to catch our most recent closing event, don’t fear, we’ll be recapping the fantastic points of the evening, as well as giving you a roundup of this year’s most exciting happenings, from our golf competitions, to getting up close and personal with Milos Karadaglic! Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Local instruments are played to tell the most beautiful story of how Montenegro has evolved into a hidden gem along the southern Adriatic coastline. Rich with imagination and spirit, our musical identity defines who we are as a country and as people. If you’re new to Montenegrin music, not to worry! We’re here to get you up to speed.
Most tourists that choose Montenegro as a vacation spot, usually visit our country during the summer months. However, the best kept secret of coastal Montenegro is that the perfect month for a vacation is September.
Montenegro is known for its charming coastline. A place no one leaves feeling indifferent. It really is a gem of the Adriatic, boasting incomparable views to lose yourself in. Full of life, Montenegro offers exciting events and festivals, encouraging the community, locals and tourists alike to come together and celebrate the culture. As September creeps closer, we’ve chosen a few events we’re starting to look forward to!
Herceg Novi is known as “The City of Film”, not only because some of the famous film entrepreneurs lived and worked here, but also because dozens of them originate from this very place. The head office of “Lovćen Film” used to be here, and several films were shot somewhere in Herceg Novi or near it.
Ever since Lonely Planet named Kotor the number one city to visit last year, Montenegro has seen an influx of tourists flocking to the country’s glistening coastline. With festivals taking place at every turn, it is no surprise that August is one of the busiest months in Montenegro’s vibrant summer calendar.