But you don't just want to visit. You want to feel it, to taste it, to experience the heart and soul of it.
Welcome! You’ve come to the right place!
Montenegro is one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world and is attracting people from all corners of the globe. It has so much to offer you - natural beauty, a Mediterranean climate and friendly locals.
So let us show you the best to see and do in the Pearl of the Adriatic!
Here, we’ll share local secrets with you and take you off the beaten tourist track as well as give you a local’s insight into the well known sights.
No matter whether your stay will be a few days, a few weeks or even a few months, we’ll show you the best this country has to offer and give you tips to make your holiday really special.
Perhaps you’ll be like some of us and decide never to leave!
Milocer, Budva Riviera.
Montenegro offers you whatever kind of holiday you’d like – whether you want activity, adventure, culture or just lazing by the sea with a book. This tiny country really has it all in one place.
And with three international airports servicing it, it’s really easy to get here. In fact, this country has so much to offer and is so easy to get around, like all of our visitors, you’ll be sure to start planning your next visit before you’ve even finished this one.
After living here for more than five years and having crossed the country from top to bottom, we're still finding new ways to be surprised by this country.
Every year we find a new hidden beach, a new breathtaking view or a new activity that makes the most of the country’s stunning landscape.
Gospa od Skrpjela/Lady of the Rock, Perast.
The compact size of the country means that you can travel from one end to the other, from sea to mountains and back in a day. At certain times of year you can even make a snowman in the morning and swim in the Adriatic Sea in the afternoon.
Find out for yourself why Montenegro is number 2 on Lonely Planet's Best in Travel list for 2013
Whether you are lazing on one of the many beaches with the azure Adriatic lapping at your feet or are hiking a ridge in one of five national parks, Montenegro's natural beauty will take your breath away.
The Venetian old towns and palaces that line the coasts with imposing mountain backdrops give you stunning views wherever you go.
Sveti Stefan on the Budva Riviera.
Aside from the dramatic landscapes, the warmth of the people will draw you in. Always quick to share a joke - be it in English, Montenegrin or hand gestures, Montenegrins will leave you in no doubt that you are welcome. Their hospitality is second to none and guests are traditionally loosened up with a shot of rakija, the local brandy that is made by most families.
With an alcohol content of between 40% and 60%, you will be loosened up.
The local fare ranges from fresh-caught seafood in the coastal regions to hearty, meat-based dishes in the north of the country.
And all of it is good.
Red is the wine of choice for most and like rakija, families traditionally make their own each year.
We recommend forgetting any kind of diet and trying a bit of everything!
A typical meal in a Montenegrin restaurant
So come, let us show you around. See Montenegro through our eyes. You’re sure to find plenty of inspiration and all the information you need to make your holiday truly unforgettable.