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Vacation in Tivat

Montenegro

Unveiling extraordinary natural landscapes, small picturesque villages and beautiful beaches.

Welcome to Montenegro, a little pearl of the Balkans bordering the Adriatic Sea! you will for sur be amazed by this small country in Southern Europe, surrounded by Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania. It features gorgeous landscapes characterised by untouched nature, imposing limestone mountains and beautiful coastline with steep cliffs and beaches bordered by turquoise waters. Its name, which can literally be translated to Black Mountain, will especially delight nature lovers looking for a new adventure.

Tivat

Charming little town nestled between the sea and the mountains

Tivat is a small town on the southwestern coast of Montenegro nestled in the Bay of Kotor. This charming town surrounded by the Adriatic Sea and dominated by mountains offers breathtaking scenery on every side. Its small size and rich architecture make it an ideal destination for a relaxing and inspiring vacation in an authentic atmosphere. It is also an excellent starting point to discover the rest of the country and its countless treasures, from wild nature to historical wonders..


Hotel areas

42.430904, 18.694922

Petrovac

 

 

Petrovac

Ideal for a family stay, this small seaside town is appreciated for its crystal clear waters and its mild climate. Petrovac offers many activities, playgrounds as well as restaurants and stores. It also boasts a beautiful promenade bordering the reddish pebble beach. Distance from the airport: 35 km.

Budva

Budva

Located on the south-western coast of Montenegro, Budva, also known as the Budva Riviera, is the most popular seaside resort on the Montenegran coastline. This former Venetian fortified town is also well-known for its stunning beaches but also as being the epicentre of the country’s culture and nightlife. The destination has much to offer to night owls! Distance from the airport: 20 km.

 

Budva-Becici

Once a small village, Becici has become a popular resort filled with many high-end hotels. Attached to Budva, it enjoys an ideal location granting easy and fast access to the fortified Venetian town. It is also renowned for its beautiful beaches and vibrant nightlife. Distance from the airport: 25 km.


Must-do & Must-see - our suggestions

 

Must-do

  • The Lovcén National Park has two peaks rising to more than 1650 m, offering you a superb view of the Bay of Kotor. It is the ideal place for a hike that will allow you to discover the most beautiful landscapes of Montenegro.
  • Take a boat trip on the Skadar Lake, the second largest lake in Europe, and enjoy the extraordinary green landscape with over 250 species of birds.
  • Budva, one of the oldest cities in the Mediterranean, is now a bustling seaside resort with a rich history. Stroll through its old town, party in the evening or relax on one of its beautiful beaches, the choice is yours to keep you entertained!

 

Must-see

  • If you want to walk through one of the last three primeval forests in Europe, in the heart of unspoilt nature, go to the Biogradska Gora National Park. Its century-old forest and the beautiful colours reflected in Lake Biogradsko are breathtaking.
  • The Ostrog Monastery is one of the most visited pilgrimage sites in the Balkans due to its miraculous reputation. Carved into the cliffs, this troglodyte cloister is an architectural masterpiece that must be seen.
  • Discover the city of Kotor surrounded by huge rocky mountains. The historic city is located in the Bay of Kotor and is known for its architectural heritage, history, fortress, monasteries and its hidden beaches.

Excursions

Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.

  • This half-day excursion will allow you to discover the beautiful mouths of Kotor. After a bus ride, you will visit Tivat, which is often referred to as the Saint Tropez of Montenegro. In Tivat, you will board a boat and sail around the Bay of Kotor while enjoying the beautiful mountain and seaside scenery. Back on land, you will head to Perast, a city with a Venetian flair, and stopover at the two islands opposite: Our Lady of the Rock and St. George..

  • This excursion will take you to the heart of the ‘Black Mountains’, to discover the beautiful Montenegrin countryside and the historical towns of Cetinje and Kotor.  
    The route will also go through Cetinje, ancient capital of the country, and through Njegusi, a village which is also the birthplace of ancient cardinals and Montenegrin sovereigns. In Njegusi, you will have the chance to sample local specialities such as smoked ham, local cheese and honey mead. The tour ends on a winding road leading to Kotor and then to the far southeast and the longest fjord in Europe.

  • This Half-day excursion will allow you to reach the village of Virpazar by bus before boarding a boat to explore the beautiful scenery of lake Skadar, the largest body of water in the Balkan peninsula. The luxuriant vegetation of the lake is a dream location for bird watching, with its shallow shores and belts of reeds that are home to numerous species of waterfowl. Its waters are teeming with all sorts of fish, allowing age-old fishing techniques to be used even today. Continue to Rijeka Crnojevica to enjoy lunch in a local restaurant with breathtaking views of the lake.

  • This excursion will take you to the wild beauty of Montenegro’s highest mountains. You will head to lake Scutari before taking a path leading to the magnificent canyon of Moraca.  Halfway there, you will discover the hallowed monastery of Moracha, one of the oldest in the Balkans. You will then pursue towards the Crkvina pass at an altitude of 1,045 m before arriving at lake Biograd, nestled in a picturesque setting. Perfect for hiking, this lake is surrounded by the oldest woodland trees in Montenegro.

For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.


Important information

 

Obligatory ecological tax in Budva and Petrovac, to be paid on site and not included in the prices.


Amounts:

  • 1,50 € per person/per day
  • 0,50 € per child/per day (from 2 to 12 years old)
  • 1 € per child/per day (12 to 17 years old)

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