Montenegro remains on the edge between the east and the west. Various civic establishments crashing and impacting have made the most gorgeous imprints between the creased bumpy face of this intriguing country. Roman floor mosaics, Illyrian dark palaces, Venetian stony walls, energetically painted Orthodox cloisters, fancy Catholic temples, humble and moderate mosque minarets and plane communist style structures will inform you concerning Montenegrin rich social history. Horde powers battled about these terrains and to that end local people are tall and solid, their eyes are of various shades, everything being equal, and their inviting embrace is warm and caring. Those searching for a multicultural European history are very welcome to Montenegro.
Arrival at Montenegro and meet with your tour representative who will take you to your hotel accommodation. Spend rest time at relaxation. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at hotel, then proceed to the adventure with an one hour drive towards Saint Stefan, a settlement not far from Budva, connected with the land by a narrow landing. It represents a unique place in the whole world, at the same time it is an island – city – hotel. This island is the most luxurious resort in Montenegro and one of the most luxurious on the Adriatic. On the way to Saint Stefan, we will stop to take a photo at the viewpoint from where a panoramic view opens on the island to the endless Adriatic Sea and the coast of Montenegro. This point is one of the well-known places in the world on tourist postcards of Montenegro. Then, we pass through King’s park, continuing next to the Queen’s beach through a gorgeous olive garden and by the summer house of dynasty Karađorđević from the period of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1918-1941).On arrival to Saint Stefan, you will enjoy a 45 minutes walking tour with your guide which will tell you the history of the island, interesting events and experiences related to this place. You will see The Church of Lord’s Transfiguration, Piazza – central square where local people used to trade homemade products, Small and Big Church. It is also possible to visit one of the rooms in exclusive ‘’Aman Resort’’, if hotel is not 100% filled.Back on the road, you will drive towards Budva (30 minutes drive), a city that dates back 3,450 years ago and is one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic Sea. Budva has a large number of cultural and historical monuments, monasteries and churches that document the historical and social events in the area of the Budvanska Riviera. The most famous part of the city walls is called Citadel and is an interesting tourist attraction. It is also known for its sandy beaches, night life, the area of hotels and restaurants… Budva, also called ‘’Queen of Adriatic’’, is a prestigious destination on the tourist map of Europe and the world. Explore the Old Town during one hour and discover its winding streets, beautiful churches, squares, Citadel and Marina. After, you will have 30 minutes of free time to walk through the town, shop or have a drink on one of the beautiful beaches on your own.Our last stop is Tivat (30 minutes drive from Budva), one of the sunniest places in the Bay of Kotor. Since 2011, it is home to one of the largest mariners in this part of the Adriatic Sea – Porto Montenegro – so at any moment you can find hundreds of yachts of different sizes and shapes with their owners from different meridians. Because of that, it is often called ‘’Montenegrin Monaco’’. Enjoy a 45 minutes sightseeing tour which includes walking at ‘’Pine’’, Tivat promenade, and visiting ‘’Porto Montenegro’’ – an exclusive marina and yachting paradise in the Mediterranean, the so-called ‘’Montenegrin Monaco’’.
At the end of the tour, we return to the meeting point. Back to hotel, overnight hotel.
After breakfast, proceed for the sightseeing tour of The Blue Cave is the most interesting and beautiful natural attraction of this kind in the whole Mediterranean. It is located on the Luštica peninsula, between the Golden port cove and the Mokra Gora cape. It is 5.6 nautical miles away from Herceg Novi. Its name is given by a specific blue color that occurs during the sunny summer days when the sunrays are reflected from the surface of the sea and reflected in the interior of the cave through a smaller opening. The depth of the sea in the cave is between 3 and 4 meters, while the height from the sea level to the top of the arc is about 9m. Swimming in the azure blue sea of the Blue Cave is a truly unforgettable experience to which real sea and nature phenomena lovers always come back again.
Mamula is an island in the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro, at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor. It is located in the Herceg Novi part of the bay, between the peninsula Luštica and Prevlaka, about 3.4 nautical miles from Herceg Novi. The largest part of the island is occupied by a fortress built in the 19th century by Austro-Hungarian general Lazar Mamula. The island, during World War II served as a notorious prison known for cruelty.Rose is a small captain’s village located on the northwestern coast of the Luštica peninsula, opposite Herceg Novi. Rose is a typical Mediterranean place with family homes lined up along the dock – seafront. It was once the ancient Greek settlement called ‘Punto Roza’, which was destroyed by the Arabs, in 867. Since then, Rose has failed in restoring her former splendor. The importance of Rose is even mentioned in the writings of the Byzantine Emperor Constantine Porphyrogenitus in 841. Given its location and protection from the winds, Rose was used as a shelter for sailing ships.
After breakfast, checkout from hotel transfer to airport for catching the flight after a memorable trip