You can also take a break on the Budva Riviera to tour the tourist attractions. If you are a Budva guest then you and all other Montenegro destinations will not be far away.

If you are young and eager to spend, there are daily groans at the beaches, clubs that work after 1 am until the morning as well as nightclubs on the promenade.

If you want a quieter holiday variation, there are leisurely walks, old town, restaurants, daily boat excursions …

If you are an adrenaline addict, you have the ability to skip bandage, parasailing, jet-ski ride, and more.


Ada Bojana is a river island located on the very south of the Adriatic coast, on the delta river Bojana, which makes the state border between Montenegro and Albania. Ada is an “island of paradise”, which many consider as a natural reserve. A little island was artificially created.


On the surface of the water, this island was divided into two branches by the river Bojan. It is a truncated shape, and on both sides it engulfs the river of Bojana and the third sea. There is a beach about 3 km long, covered with very fine sand.


The shore of Bojana is also known for its wooden cottages on pillars above the river – the villagers, from which the locals traditionally and specifically fish for fish that can be tried in numerous fish restaurants near the river.


Ada Bojana is most beautiful at sunset, when the sun is like “diving” into the sea creating an incredible color game. It’s a magical place where a visitor falls in love with his first arrival.


The island is a unique oasis of nudism in our country. The Corner where nudist fans and adventurous lovers can sleep and indulge in the profitable wonders of the waves and the shallow sea or cool at the place where the river Bojana ends its flow.


Boka Kotorska, a beautiful place in the southwestern part of Montenegro is widely known for its short name Boka. The Bay or the Boka Kotor Bay represents one of the most beautiful bays in the world and proudly carries the epithet “pearl of the Adriatic”.


The name of Boka is especially popular with local people who are concerned with the beauty and history of their region, but also with everyone who visited Boku, who lived and forever remained in the heart.


The old Dalmatian town is one of the best preserved medieval urban units of this part of the Mediterranean, which has managed to maintain its structure typical of the cities from the XII to the XIV century. Asymmetric narrow streets and squares are abundant with many valuable monuments of medieval architecture that contributed, besides the rest, to Kotor being included in the UNESCO list of “World Natural and Cultural Heritage”.


Boka decorates the seven islands, namely: Saint Mark, Mamula, Our Lady of the Sacred, Saint George, Mercy, Flower Island and Little Lady. Along the whole bay there is a chain of small towns and places from which everyone could tell their story.


Along of the valley and its winding river, wrapped in rows of mountain streams and green rocks, flower meadows and orchards, native vineyards and grain fields, in the high altitudes of the Ostrog Mountain, in Montenegro, emerged from the depths of the ancient rocks, the white Ostroška svetinja, the monastery Resurrection of the Blessed Virgin Mary.


The Ostrog Monastery, the largest Montenegrin and one of the largest sanctuaries of the Orthodox world. Visits to the monastery built high on the rocky mountain, which say, miracles still happen today, is an inevitable tour for tourists and a route for pilgrims of all religious confessions. only the building of this place is engraved in a rocky mountainous mountain high above Bjelopavlić plain and gentle Zete, between Nikšić and Danilovgrad.


The monastery of St Basil of Ostrošik is preserved in the Monastery, whose miraculous, inefficient healing power is equally trusted by both Christians and Muslims. He died on 12 May 1671, and his miraculous powers and his grave have been preserved to this day. In the place where it was exhaled, it is a grapevine, a stone, where it still produces sweet fruits, even though there are no natural or climatic conditions suitable for growth.


The monastery building consists of Lower and Upper Monastery. From the entrance door to the Upper Monastery to the upper church, it is necessary to cross 77 steps. It is interesting that St. The Basilicans from their own resources renewed the old, the Residential Church, and bought a piece of land for processing, so that they could provide basic food. The lower monastery was erected in 1820, at an altitude of 800 meters. At the entrance to this monastery there is the church of Sv. Three from 1824. Between the lower and upper monasteries of 2005, the Church of St Stank of Stanko was also erected – the godparents killed by the Turks because he publicly admitted that he was a Christian and in which his hands were kept.


Montenegro is a country that can boast of having the largest lake in the Balkans. In the area between Podgorica and Bara there is Skadar Lake, whose surface extends to as many as 40 thousand hectares.


Skadar Lake is located in Zetec – Skadar valley and the surface of which depending on the water level varies around 390 km square is the largest lake in the Balkans. Two thirds of zeros belong to Montenegro while one third belongs to Albania. Due to its geographic position and favorable climate, winter is one of the most important bird habitats in Europe.


Special monuments are given by monastery complexes and fortifications that make up the most representative group of monumental foundations in the area of ​​the National Park, of which the most well-known Žabljak from the 15th century – the predecessor of the former Zeta, Lesendro – lies on a rock in the middle of the lake, claims Grmozur. Among them, it is certainly the oldest island monastery of Starčevo, founded by old Makarija in the XIV century, and by which the island was later called Starčevo gorica.


On this excursion you will have a unique opportunity to see Montenegro from the sea coast to the northern mountain mountaineers of Bjelasica, Sinj-jevina and Durmitor, the canyon of the river Morača (runs beneath Sinjajevina and it flows into the Skadar lake) – Plateau and Tara river deserved for its crystal clear waters are also called “the tear of Europe”.


Tara River is located within the National Park “Durmitor”, which was listed on the 4th September 1980 in the World Heritage of UNESCO Natural Heritage. It runs under Komova Mountain Massif in the north of Montenegro (1250 m above sea level) and the current canyon 144 km to Šćepan Polje (433 m above sea level) with the Piv River is the real Drina, one of the longest and the most rich river of Southeastern Europe.


A special event that gives a seal to this excursion is when you head off the sea in the evening from the north, where you will have a chance to enjoy the panorama of the sunset on the Montenegrin coast – we are sure you will never forget this panorama.


The Mini-Montenegro tour allows you to see Cetinje’s historical capital of Montenegro, and today the city of museums and art. The town, which dates back to 1482, when Ivan Crnojević was the last ruler of the powerful medieval state of Zete, erected a palace under Orlov’s karst and then a monastery that he intended to serve as the headquarters of the Zetec Metropolis.


There are three great Christian sacred places on Cetinje. The Cetinje monastery is guarded by: the hand of Sv. John the Baptist (the hand that baptized Jesus Christ) and the part of the Holy Cross of the Go-spodnjeg (part of the cross on which Jesus crucified Jesus), and in the building of the Government House in the Blue Chapel: the icon of the Most Holy Virgin Filermos.


The old Greeks were “Olimp”, which is “Lovćen” for Montenegrins with their height of 1,660 meters, where they peaked on the top of Štirovnik and Jezerska vrh. This end is the cradle of Montenegrin statehood and the Montenegrin dynasty of Petrovic, which originates from the pitiful hunting village of Njeguši.


They are a tourist destination in which the Petrovići hierarchy today occupy the first place. In the village of Njeguši there are the homes of Petar II Petrovic Njegos and King Nikola I Petrovic. In the second place is a well-known nursing cheese that had entered the German anthology of world cheeses in the 17th century.


Excursion to people who want extreme tourism but also to enjoy the natural beauty. At the same time, the deepest canyon of Europe offers the enjoyment of the longest rafting in Europe, as well as the enjoyment of the natural beauties that are part of this excursion because it leads to the Piv Mountains and the lake of the same name.


The starting point for rafting is Šćepan Polje, a small settlement located at the border crossing with Bosnia and Herzegovina. Nevertheless, in summer it is one of the most visited tourist places in the continental part of Montenegro. The reason for this is the most interesting experience – flooding the river Tara.


Rafting is done by special rubber boats (rafts) designed to lower a fast and wild water with eight independent chambers, five and two feet wide, making the passengers safe. The boats are managed by the guards born near the river Tara, who know all her moods, all her cramps, rapids, beech and cedar, so the ride is safest.

River is best for enjoying during July and August of the month when it is quiet and water is small. Then people from all over Europe come to Tar to find out in this unique experience.