Located in the south of the Adriatic, Montenegro is recognized as one of the most popular tourist destinations that can leave no one indifferent. Not only it is an ideal choice for a holiday, but also home to such interesting and exciting aspects as culture, history, tradition, excellent weather conditions, wonderful nature and blue Adriatic Sea. Visit Montenegro and you'll experience this unique destination in itself, boasting natural beauty and a variety of diverse venues for each taste and budget.
The mountains, the lakes, the canyons and the sea enable every visitor to Montenegro to decide on the most attractive way to enjoy memorable vacation. Endless beaches, wonderful mountain massifs and restless waters of clear rivers give the place everything one may need for both a wonderful vacation and an unforgettable holiday.
Visit Montenegro to enjoy a beauty that takes the breath away and makes you fall in love with the country. It looks like restless nature have lost some of its pearls while passing through Montenegro, some of these including the magnificent mountain of Durmitor that hides a number of glacier lakes; the protector of pride and tradition of Montenegro - the Lovcen Mountain that combines the wise continental region with the restless spirit of the sea; the Skadar Lake, recognized as the largest and most tranquil lake in the Balkans, disturbed by the flight of the birds only; and more.
The south of Montenegro is home to one of the most spectacular beaches on the Montenegrin coast, the Big Beach, created by the Adriatic Sea and the Bojana River. This eight-mile long beach is characterized by wonderful healing sands. Ranked with the 20 world's most beautiful bays, the Kotor Bay is nestled amidst the high rocks, reflected in dark blue waters. A great number of travelers visit Montenegro to enjoy the Biogradska Gora, home to the wild forest and impressive canyon of the Tara River, one more aspect of the plentiful aspects of nature that was contributed much of its wealth to the creation of Montenegro.
Throughout its history, Montenegro has established itself as one of the major cultural centers in Europe and home to a number of artists who have become world-famous. Plentiful museums, art galleries, festivals, theatres and other cultural venues and events are evidence that the Montenegrin people have always attached much importance to the culture. From the Bronze Age to the Renaissance and Baroque, the country has been enriched with its cultural heritage.
For those who visit Montenegro for the fist time, a list of must-sees includes Ostrog Monastery, Boka Bokokotorska Bay, Mountain of Lovcen, the artificially created river island Ada Bojana, the Scadar Lake, the Durmitor National Park, the Tara River and Canyon and the National Park Biogradska Gora among others.
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