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Extraordinary natural landscapes, picturesque villages and beautiful beaches

Welcome to Montenegro, a little Balkan gem on the Adriatic Sea! This small southern European country, surrounded by Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania, is sure to amaze you. Its magnificent landscapes are characterised by unspoilt nature, impressive limestone peaks and beautiful coastlines that alternate between steep cliffs and pretty beaches bordered by turquoise waters. The country, whose name literally translates as "black mountain", is a pure delight for nature lovers in search of new experiences.


A charming little town between the sea and the mountains

Tivat is a small municipality on the south-western coast of Montenegro, nestled in the Bay of Kotor. This charming town is surrounded by the Adriatic Sea and overlooked by mountains, meaning that breathtaking scenery can be seen on all sides. Its small size and rich architecture make it an ideal destination for a relaxing and enriching holiday in an authentic atmosphere. It's also an excellent base for exploring the rest of the country, with its countless attractions ranging from unspoilt nature to historic treasures.

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The small seaside town of Petrovac is popular for its clear beaches and mild climate, and is ideal for family holidays. It boasts a wide range of activities, playgrounds, restaurants and shops, as well as a pretty promenade that surrounds its reddish pebbled beach. Distance from the airport: 40 km.



Budva is the most popular seaside resort on the Montenegrin coast. Located on the south-western coast of Montenegro, known as the Budva Riviera, this former Venetian fortified town is renowned for its beautiful beaches and for considered the epicentre of the country's cultural scene and nightlife. Distance from the airport: 20 km.



For a long time, Bečići was seen as a small, humble village, but it is now a seaside resort that is best known for its luxury hotels. It is attached to the famous Budva, so it is quick and easy to visit the tourist attractions of this Venetian fortified town. The area is also popular for its beautiful beaches and nightlife. Distance from the airport: 22 km.

Must-do & Must-see - our suggestions



  • The Lovcén National Park is home to two peaks over 1,650 metres high, offering beautiful views over the Bay of Kotor. It's the ideal place for a hike that will take you on a voyage of discovery of Montenegro's most beautiful landscapes.
  • Take a boat trip on Lake Skadar, Europe's second-largest lake. Here you can admire extraordinary green landscapes, which are home to more than 250 species of birds.
  • Budva, one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic coast, boasts a rich historical heritage. Today, it's a lively seaside resort with plenty to keep you entertained. Take a stroll through the narrow streets of the old town, enjoy the lively evenings or relax on one of its superb beaches... There's no room for boredom here!



  • At the Biogradska Gora National Park, you can experience the unspoilt nature of one of the last three primeval forests in Europe. 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 reputation for miracles. This troglodyte cloister carved into the cliffs is an architectural masterpiece that is not to be missed.
  • Discover the city of Kotor. The historic city, surrounded by huge rocky mountains, is located in the Bay of Kotor and is known for its architectural heritage, history, fortress, monasteries and hidden beaches.


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 magnificent Bay of Kotor. After a bus ride, you will visit Tivat, often referred to as the Saint Tropez of Montenegro. In Tivat, you will board a boat and sail into the Bay of Kotor, taking in the magnificent mountains and seaside scenery. Back on dry land, you'll head for Perast, a city with a Venetian flavour, with a stopover on the two islands opposite: Notre-Dame du Rocher and Saint-George.

  • This tour will take you to the heart of the Black Mountains country, where you will discover the beautiful Montenegrin countryside and the historic towns of Cetinje and Kotor. The itinerary will take you to Cetinje, the country's former capital, and to the village of Njegusi, the birthplace of former Montenegrin cardinals and rulers. Here, you can sample local specialities such as smoked ham, cheese and honey wine. The tour continues on a winding road to Kotor and then to the far south-east to see Europe's longest fjord.

  • This half-day excursion will take you to the village of Virpazar before boarding a boat to see Lake Skadar, the largest body of water on the Balkan Peninsula. The lush vegetation of the lake, with its shallow shores and reed banks home to numerous species of aquatic birds, is the perfect place to observe the wildlife. Its waters are teeming with fish of all kinds, which are still abundant enough to allow you to fish in the traditional way. 

  • This trip will give you the chance to appreciate the wild, beautiful scenery in the heart of Montenegro's peaks. You'll make your way to Lake Skadar before taking the path that leads you to the magnificent Moraca canyon. Halfway along, you'll see the Moraca monastery, one of the oldest in the Balkans. The tour then continues to the Crkvina pass, at an altitude of 1,045 metres, before arriving at Lake Biograd, which is surrounded by a beautiful landscape. The lake is surrounded by some of the oldest forest trees in Montenegro and is ideal for hiking.

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

Important information


Obligatory Tourist tax to be paid on site.


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