Montenegro is a small country north of Albania on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. A yacht charter offers much on land and sea. Tivat is the most known base for charter yachts and famous with stunning ''Porto Montenegro''.
The coastline is just under 300 kilometers but from one end to the other measures half of that. It does mean that it is practical to see much of Montenegro’s coast.
The coastline is stunning and the Bay of Kotor is thought by many to be among the most beautiful bays in Europe, if not the world. The Town of Kotor looks out on to the waters, a town with a rich history that is well-preserved in many ways; the narrow streets are cobbled, and notable features are the fortifications and the churches that date back to the 12th Century.
Budva has developed as a tourist resort and with its lovely beaches, it is easy to see why. You may decide that with the freedom you have with your own yacht charter that you can enjoy beaches elsewhere without the crowds but Budva has charm and deserves a few hours of your time. Again, there are historical churches and fortifications to examine.
Perast is small yet its architecture, a result of Venetian occupation in the 17th and 18th Centuries, means that a visit is often included during a yacht charter. This coast was once in Byzantine hands and after the Venetian times, it became part of the Ottoman Empire. In the small port of Stari Bar, there are Byzantine ruins while there is a 17th Century ‘’Hamam’’ from those Ottoman times and an olive tree purported to be the oldest in the world; Stara Maslina is thought to be at least 2,000 years old.
Your specific itinerary will be available for consideration once you have professed an interest in Montenegro. We will be happy to discuss our ideas on the places you would like included in your itinerary.
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