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Kotor Tours: Perast and Our Lady of the Rocks Boat Tours

Kotor tours. This boat tour to Perast and Our Lady of the Rocks is the most popular tour for visitors to Kotor. 

The two hour tour takes you to see these must-see attractions in the Bay of Kotor - by speeboat!

Kotor Tours: popular tours from Kotor to Perast and Our Lady of the Rocks by speedboat.Perast


This tour takes just two hours and starts in Kotor, so it's ideal if you're visiting the city on a cruise ship or just visiting for the day. 

On the tour you'll see the Bay of Kotor's must-see attractions:

You'll also get stunning views of the Bay of Kotor from the sea, including the old stone palaces that line the coast. Some are in ruins, some have been restored - all of them show the glory of a golden age when sailors brought riches home to the bay. 


  • Travel by speedboat and get unique views of the Bay of Kotor.
  • Multiple departures daily.
  • Led by friendly English-speaking skippers.
  • Family friendly.
  • Free water and juice onboard.
  • Free use of snorkels and masks.
  • Small group tour of up to 15 people.

What you can Expect

You'll start by cruising over to Our Lady of the Rocks, an man-made island that's been built up by locals over 500 years. 

According to legend, the island was created after two local brothers found an icon of the Madonna washed up on a rock. Ever since then locals from Perast, have been throwing rocks in to create the island - even today, there's a festival every year called Fasinada, where locals throw rocks into the sea around the island.

Our Lady of the Rocks is a Roman Catholic church with a fascinating little museum attached. You can take a guided tour of the church and museum for just €1 per person. 

Kotor Tours. Take a thrilling and stunning speedboat tour to Our Lady of the Rocks and the Blue Cave in Montenegro.Our Lady of the Rocks

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After touring the island, you'll jump back in the boat for the short trip over to Perast, just behind the island. There, you'll have 30 minutes to walk through the town, visit the churches or museum. 

Then it's back in the boat for the ride back to Kotor. 

Tour Details

Start/finish point: Kotor City Park (100m from Kotor old town).
Start time: 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 7pm daily.
Duration: 2 hours (approximately).
Tour type: Group tour of maximum 15 people. If you have a larger group they can be split into two or more boats. Alternatively, a larger boat will be supplied depending on the group size. If you'd like a private tour you can enquire using the booking form below. 
Price: Adults €20 each, children <10  €10 each.
Tour Operator: Montenegro Submarine and Speedboat Tours


  • Pick up and drop off from Kotor City Park (100m from Kotor Port and the old town).
  • Live commentary.
  • Cold non-alcoholic drinks.
  • Snorkels and masks.

What to Bring

  • Camera - especially a Go Pro or similar waterproof camera if you have one.
  • Swimsuit - the only place to swim is from Perast town's waterfront. If you want to swim, wear your swimsuit under your clothes. There are no changing rooms onboard.
  • Sunglasses, hat and sunscreen - there's shade on the boat, but you might be in the sun, depending on the time of day. 
  • Long sleeves - it can get cold on a speedboat, even on the hottest days. 


I recommend booking this tour with Get Your Guide. They have a large range of good-quality tours in Montenegro that you can book and pay for online. All their tours are checked for quality and you can read reviews of the tour by former customers before you book. They also have a good cancellation policy and its easy to get a refund if you need to cancel for some reason.

The perfect accompaniment to a Bay of Kotor boat tour is a walking tour of Kotor old town. Click here to see which one I recommend.

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