Montenegro Resorts & Attractions

Medieval Towns With UNESCO Heritage Sites

                                                                                        Things To Do


Kotor is picturesque medieval town is a UNESCO world heritage site. Built between the 12th and 14th centuries, it’s a maze of narrow streets, squares and important buildings, including the cathedral and ancient churches. Carnivals and festivals are organized here throughout the year.


Our ladies rocks are man-made island and church in Kotor Bay is shrouded in myth. Legend has it that sailors from Perast found a picture of the Madonna and child here in 1492, and began the tradition of laying rocks on this spot so a church could be built. Each year on 22nd July locals still observe the custom of throwing rocks.


Becici beach is known for the beautifully shaped pebbles and sea glass that you can see at the water’s edge. It stretches out to 100 metres at its widest points and is two kilometres long, with sun loungers and parasols. You can buy refreshments at most points and water sports are available.


Al fresco night clubs around the harbour’s huge array of open-air nightclubs is a real draw for the jet-set crowd. Most stay open until the small hours and are free to get into, with many giving away shots of grappa to tempt you in. Budva is now very much on the top-DJ hit list, so you’re in for a real treat on the music front, too.


Lucice Beach is a serene sandy spot is lined with fragrant pine trees. As Petrovac Beach’s little sister, you’re guaranteed a bit more peace and quiet here, away from water sports and tourist boats. It’s sheltered within a bay, so the water is warmer and clearer – ideal for snorkelling.

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This picturesque medieval town is a UNESCO world heritage site.