Thursday, July 12, 2018

6 reasons why your next yacht charter itinerary should include Montenegro

1. Stunning wild nature

For Montenegro, without hesitation, can be said that it is a paradise for the enthusiasts of nature. This jewel on the Adriatic coast is an inexhaustible source of natural wonders and wild beauty. Although located in a small area, you will be amazed by the number of beautiful sandy beaches, rivers with unique canyons, giant mountains and clean lakes.
Interesting places on the south side of Montenegro, which will not leave you indifferent are:
- Kotor (Old town and fortress San Giovanni);
- Perast (Lady of the Rocks and Island St. George);
- Plava spilja (Blue Cave) and Island of Mamula;
- National park Lovcen (Njegos Mausoleum);
- Skadar Lake (boat tour).

Lady of the Rocks, St. George
Lady of the Rocks and St. George

If you decide to spend one day of vacation 
in Montenegro's north, then we suggest you to visit :
· Tara River (zip line, rafting);
· National park Durmitor (Black Lake);
· National park Biogradska Gora;
· Ostrog Monastery.

National park Durmitor, Black lake
Black lake - Durmitor

2. Fascinating sunsets

Marina Bar Montenegro, sunsets, Boka Bay
Sunsets in Montenegro
There is something special in sitting on the cliff and watching the golden sun falling below the horizon. Who does not like the magical sunset? You can witness a unique experience of a sunset and we recommend the best viewpoints in Montenegro: Ulcinj (Ada Bojana), Budva (Sveti Stefan), Tivat (Porto Montenegro), Bar. The unique color show effect will take your breath away!

3. Plentiful sandy beaches

With a 293km long coast, Montenegro can boasts a lot of amazing sandy beaches with clean, turquoise water. We suggest you to visit some of the most famous: Mogren, Jaz, Slovenska plaza, Dukley beach, Ricardova glava, Ploce, Plavi horizonti, Sveti Stefan, Waikiki, Movida, Miriste, Bigova, Zanjice. Enjoyment is guaranteed.
Beach Sveti Stefan, Montenegro, Aman
Sveti Stefan
For quiet beach days, sail to Queen's Beach (Kraljicina plaza), small, secluded beach which can be approached only by boat.
What you shouldn't miss is definitely Ada Bojana. Thanks to the "good" wind, Ada Bojana is called "the capital" of the surfer on the Adriatic. Here you can experience the magic of surfing, kitesurf, windsurf. D'olcinium Kite Surf Club offers excellent entertainment with guest DJs during the summer months on the beach.

4. Accommodation in luxury hotels

When you come to Montenegro, there are some unique and spectacular luxury hotels where you can stay and feel like you are at home.
Hotel Regent, Porto Montenegro, nautical settlement
Regent Porto Montenegro
From a fabulous island Sveti Stefan where is Aman Resort, to luxury hotels in the heart of the city with excellent service, these hotels will make you want to come back to Montenegro. There are Forza Mare and Forza Terra in Kotor, hotel Milocer, Dukley Gardens, Maestral Resort & Casino in Budva and exclusive hotel Regent Porto Montenegro.

Sveti Stefan island, Montenegro
Aman Resort Sveti Stefan

5. Authentic food and drink

Montenegro is ready to surprise you with a traditional cuisine and dishes that until now you maybe haven’t had the opportunity to taste. Whether you are a gourmet or not, Montenegrin traditional dishes will satisfy all your senses, in three meals - in one day!
Njeguska prsuta, njeguski sir, Vranac, priganice
Montenegrin cuisine
The most famous traditional Montenegrin appetizer is certainly a Njeguska prsuta, served with Njeguski sir (dried cheese), priganice, olives and homemade brandy or wine (Crnogorski Vranac, Procorde, Cabernet, Crnogorski Merlot, Vranac Barik, Premijer, Medun). Specific meals that are also worth tasting are kacamak, meat under the ''sac'', japraci, octopus salad, dried carp, barbun, black risotto made from ink of octopus, etc. Try it!

6. It's great for sailing

Sailing on the turquoise calm surface of the Adriatic sea is an ideal way to get to know this little magical country and enjoy its breathtaking beauty, marvelous architecture and rich history. Boka Bay glows with an amazing peace and calmness. 
You'll enjoy the Mediterranean climate, with long dry summers and short mild winters. Montenegro is perfect for cruising anytime between May and October when there is plenty of sunshine and average water temperatures reach over 20˚.
Popular sailing spots include Budva, Herceg Novi, Bar, Ulcinj, the Bay of Kotor and luxury yacht marina Porto Montenegro in Tivat.

Adriatic sea, sailing in Montenegro
Sailing in Boka Bay

Montenegro is also a very interesting destination for charter yachts because Montenegro's Government provided VAT advantages: 
· Duty-Free Wines and Spirits Provisioning;
· VAT Free Chartering.

Explore Montenegro!

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