Grand Tour of Montenegro

  • 14 days
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • General public
  • Culture / Heritage
  • Faune and flora
  • Discovery
  • Adventure / Sports & Leisure
  • Free time
  • Relaxation / Well-being
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A two-week stay is ideal for a good overview of the country as a whole and discover its amazing variety of landscapes. Over the size of a French region, there are five national parks, beaches, a coastline carved of fascinating beauty and mountains whose whole parts are pristine from all urbanization.

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<p>Dance in the shadow of volcanoes.</p> <p>The town of Kotor view of the citadel</p> <p>Île de Saint-Nicolas called Hawaii</p> Old town and its ramparts Ulcinj <p>The limestone landscape of Montenegro in the Skadar Lake region on the border with Albania.</p> <p>Inside the Petar II Mausoleum Petrović-Njegoš.</p> <p>Landscape of the national park of Biogradska Gora.</p> The black lake. <p>Monastery of Morača.</p>

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  • Cetinje
  • Virpazar
  • Herceg Novi
  • Perast
  • Dobrota
  • Kotor
  • Tivat
  • Budva
  • Rafailovići
  • Pržno
  • Sveti Stefan
  • Ulcinj
  • žabljak
  • Mojkovac
  • Morača
  • Dobra Voda
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Details of the stay: Grand Tour of Montenegro - 14 days

Day 1 : Visit of Tivat

Arrival at Tivat airport. Visit of the city, swimming.

Day 2 : Directorate Kotor

Herceg Novi, a small town located in the very beginning of Kotor Bay. Walk in its flowered alleys, discover the fortifications left in heritage by the various occupants of the city.

Day 3 : Kotor's mouths

Discover the mouths of Kotor and the small coastal towns of Perast and Dobrota where palate and temples still bear witness to the spirit of adventure and the overseas success of its sailors.

Day 4 : Kotor, medieval

Kotor, one of the most preserved medieval towns in this part of the Mediterranean basin.

Day 5 : Swimming in Budva

Head for Budva, stop at Sveti Stefan, the old fishing village transformed into a top-of-the-range hotel island. In Budva, a stroll through the old town surrounded by ramparts. Lunch in a fish restaurant in Przno or Rafailovici and swimming.

Day 6 : Bar, the fortified

Visit of the old fortified city, the largest archeological site of medieval origin in the country. Lunch in the paved street, late afternoon at the beach or at the swimming pool at the panoramic restaurant in Dobra Voda.

Day 7 : Ulcinj and his immense beach

Ulcinj, the most southern city of Montenegro. Visit of its old town, built on a rocky promontory and discovery of its picturesque fruit and vegetable market. Balade along the Velika Plaza, an immense 12 km long sandy beach. Meal at Ada Bojana, on the river estuary next to the bridge.

Day 8 : Lake Skadar

Discovery of Skadar Lake. Night in Virpazar or Podgorica.

Day 9 : The Lovcen assault

Excursion to Mount Lovcen in the morning (mausoleum of the poet Njegos) and visit Cetinje in the afternoon (royal palace and museums). Meal at Konak, one of the best traditional restaurants in the country.

Day 10 : The Canyon of Mrtvica

One day hike in the canyon of Mrtvica.

Day 11 : Hiking and picnic

Biogradska Gora National Park. Picnic by lake or hiking in park forests. Night in Mojkovac.

Day 12 : Durmitor National Park

Direction Zabljak and the Durmitor National Park, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1980.

Day 13 : Hiking and rafting

Hikes in the park, idleness on the shores of Lac Noir or all-terrain vehicle expedition on the small circular road crossing the mountain range or rafting down the Tara canyon.

Day 14 : Discovering monasteries

Back to Podgorica. Visit on the way to the monastery of Moraca, then to the monastery of Ostrog.

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