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Montenegro Cruise Holidays, Hidden Jewel on the Adriatic

 From sun-drenched beaches and crystal clear waters to majestic mountains and ancient towns rich with history, the magic of Montenegro is utterly enchanting.


The islands that dot the coastline sport spectacular beaches and stunning views of emerald waters stretching out beneath the endless sunshine. From towering peaks to pristine forests, Montenegro offers the most breathtaking seaside sights in Europe.


All along the Montenegro coast, ancient walled towns rise up from the jewel-like waters into the sculpted mountains. Ancient Roman villas filled with colorful mosaics, crumbling Orthodox monasteries, and imposing fortresses all invite picture-perfect sightseeing.


The people of Montenegro are warm and welcoming, always ready with a friendly greeting. Here, shopping and dining are leisurely pleasures. In summertime, the scents of tropical flowers, pine trees, and wild herbs drift through the air, lending an exotic appeal to the charming secluded towns of Montenegro.

Explore the Montenegro Coast


Between the mountains and the sea, the haunting allure of ancient Kotor’s fortifications overlook the cobblestone streets of a bustling town. Medieval churches, Venetian palaces, and cathedrals exist side-by-side with modern cafés, nightclubs, and plentiful shopping opportunities.


As peaceful as it is beautiful, Perast has no fewer than 16 palaces dating all the way back to the Renaissance. Because it’s one of the sunniest places on the coast, and sparsely populated today, its narrow streets offer a relaxing charm. Don’t miss the stunning view from the top of the towering St. Nikola church.


Formerly a drab Navy base, Tivat has been utterly transformed into an upscale resort, where extravagant yachts line the ultra-modern marina. Museums, galleries and upscale shopping can all be found here, alongside ritzy restaurants that offer some of the finest service in the area.

Herceg Novi

Famous for its hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of flights of stairs, Herceg Novi comes alive with the scents of countless tropical flowers. Centuries-old churches and fortresses rise up above lush green mimosa trees, overlooking the sunniest beaches in Boka Bay.

Miriste Bay

The secluded sand-and-pebble Miriste Beach is fantastic for swimming, and boasts magnificent views of the ancient fortresses nearby. It’s also home to the world-famous Blue Cave, where sunlight sparkles off the sandy floor and lights the entire cave with sapphire blue light.


The sun-drenched beaches of Budva are surrounded by glitzy nightclubs, bars and restaurants. The cobbled streets are lined with cafés, boutique shops, and museums. And the antiquarian charm of Stari Grad (Old Town) reveals a storied history that stretches back to the 5th century BC.

Sveti Stefan

The fortified island village of Sveti Stefan (Saint Stephen) is a picturesque clutter of 15th-century stone villas once frequented by Marilyn Monroe, Sophia Loren and Princess Margaret. With its pink-sand beach and azure waters, Sveti Stefan is perhaps the most idyllic island in all of Montenegro.


The fresh pine-scented air caresses century-old palm trees and ancient Roman villas, where colorful Roman mosaics date back to the third century. Today, Petrovac is as famous for its gorgeous red pebble beaches and turquoise blue waters as it is for its 16th-century Venetian castle.

Stari Bar

Lush vines climb the ancient walls of the Old Fortress at Stari Bar, where the abandoned ruins are overgrown with grass and wildflowers. Don’t miss the breathtaking view from mountainside, where you can stand among the crumbling churches and cathedrals surrounded by olive groves overlooking the sea.

Montenegro Food & Culture

Montenegro offers a feast of opportunities for those who love good food. Expect generous portions of delectable regional dishes you can find nowhere else, often made with fresh, organic, locally-sourced produce. This country has always been a gateway between the East and the West, so meals here are sumptuously influenced by Italian, Turkish and Greek cuisine. Olive groves grow all along the coastline, making olive oil an essential ingredient.

For those with a sweet tooth and a sense of adventure, Montenegro offers some of the world’s best baklava, along with krofne (a kind of doughnut served with jam or chocolate) and krempita, a layered cream pie. The charm and diversity of Montenegro foods, along with the warm tradition of hospitality, will quickly win you over.

Montenegro Currency

Montenegro does not have its own currency, but instead uses Euros. Prices tend to fluctuate seasonally. Major credit cards are usually accepted by large hotels and resorts, but not generally in smaller towns and villages. However, ATMs are readily available.

Montenegro Airports

There are three airport options when traveling to the Montenegro coast: Tivat Airport (TIV), which is located closest to the coast, followed by Podgorica Airport (TGD). Dubrovnik airport (DBV) in Croatia also offers convenient access to the Montenegro coast. All three airports are accessible by direct flights from all major European cities.

Come Sail Away With Us

We offer the finest gulet cruise holidays in Montenegro. Let us sail you away to the sparkling sandy beaches, secluded bays, charming towns and historic architecture of Montenegro, all while pampering you with sumptuous chef-prepared meals and five-star service.


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