Unveiling extraordinary natural landscapes, small picturesque villages and beautiful beaches.
Welcome to Montenegro, a little jewel along the Balkan Peninsula on the shores of the Adriatic.
The country is small in size, but rich in tradition and in the diversity of its landscape.
Enjoy the unspoiled natural habitat of mountains, magnificent lakes and the turquoise blue waters of the Adriatic Sea.
This ‘black mountain’, from which Monte Negro derives its name, will not fail to amaze you!
Located on the south-west coast of Montenegro in Boka Kotorska bay, at the foot of the lush Vrmac hill.
This charming little town nestled between the sea and the mountains promises breathtaking views.
It is also an ideal destination for a truly restorative break in a calm, authentic setting.
A small seaside resort ideal for families.
The town offers a wide variety of activities, playgrounds and some truly stunning beaches with crystal clear waters.
A pretty walk runs alongside the red pebble beach at Petrovac.
Located on the south-west coast of Montenegro, Budva, dubbed the ‘Budva Riviera’, is the most popular seaside resort on the Montenegran coastline.
A former Venetian fortified town, it is also well-known for its stunning beaches.
This charming town is the epicentre of the country’s culture and nightlife.
The perfect destination for night owls!
Long considered to be a little village, Becici has now become a true seaside resort, very popular for its luxury hotels.
With a direct link to the famous town of Budva, it benefits from the attractions of this Venetian town, well-known for its beautiful beaches and nightlife.
Half-day boat excursion in the bay of Kotor. After a bus journey from your hotel and a short stop in Kotor, the outing continues by boat. You will then cross a bay that is unique in the Mediterranean, brimming with historical and cultural monuments. The journey continues towards Perast and the islands of Sveti Djordje and Gospa od Škrpjela, both surrounded by tall mountains. Immerse yourself in the beauty and tranquillity of the mountain landscapes.
Day-long excursion. Journey to the heart of the country of ‘Black Mountains’, to discover the beautiful Montenegrin countryside and the historical towns of Cetinje and Kotor.
We pass through Cetinje, the ancient capital of the country, and the village of Njegusi, 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. We continue on a winding road to Kotor, then to the far southeast and the longest fjord in Europe.
Half-day excursion. After a bus journey, you will reach the village of Virpazar 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.
Day-long excursion. Meander for a few hours through the wild beauty of Montenegro’s highest mountains. The next leg is at lake Scutari before taking a path leading to the magnificent canyon of Moraca. Halfway there, discover the hallowed monastery of Moracha, one of the oldest in the Balkans. Continue 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.
The excursions on offer, as well as their prices and times, may vary depending on the location of the hotel. Excursion prices are provided for information purposes only and may be subject to change. For more information and to book, please contact your local LuxairTours guide.
Obligatory ecological tax in Budva and Petrovac, to be paid on site and not included in the prices.
- 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)