If you decide to spend your vacation in Montenegro we highly recommend that you visit some or all of the following:
Monastery of Ostrog
The first time you found yourself in front of the Monastery of Ostrog your first thought will be that it is not a work of human hands. This magnificent monastery is located high above the Bjelopavlic valley, carved high up in the cliffs which seem to have been keeping the centuries-old secrets of this sanctuary.
Boka Kotorska Bay
Boka Kotorska bay is among the most beautiful in the world. It consists of four connected straits. It is all surrounded by steep cliffs that mirror in blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. Seven islands decorate the Boka Kotorska Bay: Sveti Marko (Saint Marco), Mamula (The island of Mamula), Gospa od Skrpjela (The island of Our Lady of the Rock), Sveti Djordje (Saint George), Milosrdja (The island of Milosrdja), Ostrvo Cveca (The island of Flowers), and the smallest one, Mala Gospa, (The island of little Mother of God). The road lining the Bay of Kotor passes through a chain of cities that are each unique by their characteristics. Among them is Kotor, a city of World Cultural Heritage.
The Mountain of Lovcen
The Mountain of Lovcen rises above the coastal region and is the backdrop of the city of Kotor. This mountainous region plays an important role in the consciousness of the Montenegrin people. Lovcen is a symbol of state and national identity. The Mountain of Lovcen is proclaimed a National park that includes the highest and central part of the entire Lovcen massive.
Ada Bojana is an artificially created river island and is a triangular in shape. It is pounded by the Adriatic Sea from one side and by the river Bojana from other two sides. The beach facing the sea is sandy, 3 kilometres long and is a heaven for sailing. On the river banks of Ada Bojana there are many fish restaurants that catch fish in the old time methods.
Because of its indescribable beauty and untouched nature, as early as 1952, Durmitor was proclaimed a National park. National park Durmitor spreads from the mountain massive of Durmitor with canyons of the rivers Tara, Susica and Draga to the canyon valley of the river Komarnica. Zabljak is located in the hart of enormous mountain of Durmitor and is best known for its vegetation, summer and winter tourism. About twenty kilometres from the centre of Zabljak, at the foot of the Durmitor massif, is one of the main attractions of the area - the Tara Canyon. The river Tara, called "The Tear of Europe", has the deepest canyon in the world, right after Colorado. With its emerald, unpredictable whims, rugged coastline and various underwater obstacles, the Tara Canyon represents the biggest challenge for adventurers, fishermen and lovers of kayaking and rafting.