Brimming with majestic mountains, stunning beaches, and an almost tangible sense of tradition, Montenegro is small but mighty.
Spanning just 300km, Montenegro’s coastline is awash with spectacular scenery, with mountainous hillsides and crystal waters colliding in perfect harmony. Bordering east and west, here you will find a culture as rich and colourful as the landscape, from Orthodox monasteries, ornate Catholic churches, and formidable fortresses, to hospitable restaurants and friendly locals.
Travel back in time with a visit to Kotor, a medieval maze of museums, churches, cafe-dotted squares, and palaces, or take in Tivat, with its posh promenade and yacht-strewn harbour. Visit Pretty Perast, a tiny romantic town popping with lovely architecture, and bougainvillea, or stop off in Portonovi, an idyllic Mediterranean-style village set amid the wild beauty of Boka Bay. Or for a little luxury, head to Lustica Bay, an idyllic spot uniting old-world charm with modern sophistication.
Experience the livelier side of Montenegro in Budva, known for its bustling beaches and bars, plus famous spots like Stari Grad, a ‘mini Dubrovnik’ with marbled streets and Venetian walls. Away from the coast, you will find the mountains, and the magical Durmitor National Park, where you can hike through unspoiled pastureland, and raft through the colossal Tara Canyon.
Montenegro is no stranger to luxury hotels, but One&Only Portonovi – the ultra-luxury hotel group’s first ever resort in Europe – is perhaps the finest yet. Resplendent at the entrance of Boka Bay, a fjord-like idyll on [...]View Hotel
Aman Sveti Stefan
If you’ve seen photographs of Montenegro, then you’ve probably seen the island of Sveti Stefan. It’s the country’s most iconic sight – an 80-acre private island once loved by Hollywood A-listers Marilyn Monroe and Sophia [...]View Hotel