Looking for ideal day trips from Dubrovnik? Let us show you Montenegro. This is a small but exquisite country with rugged mountains, picturesque medieval villages and beautiful long beaches along the Adriatic coast. The Bay of Kotor, which resembles a deep fjord, is rich with old coastal churches and towns like Herceg Novi and Kotor, famous for its fortifications. But the beauty of this country doesn’t stop there. The nature is simply breathtaking: Durmitor National Park, glacial lakes and the Tara River Canyon are just some of many natural wonders. If you’re looking for a perfect day trip from Dubrovnik to Montenegro, look no further.
Places you will visit on our way:
A small, picturesque fortified town on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro. It’s situated at the head of the Gulf of Kotor, under the limestone cliffs of Mt. Lovćen.
Perast looks like an anchored piece of Venice that has floated down the Adriatic sea. This old town on the Bay of Kotor is situated a few kilometres from Kotor and very close to the small islets of St. George and Our Lady of the Rocks.
Budva is a beautiful Montenegrin town located on the coastline. Budva Riviera is known for long sandy beaches and exciting nightlife. The stone walls, built by the Venetians, surround the narrow streets of this medieval town (Stari Grad).
Sv. Stefan is the real jewel of Montenegrin coast. This is a small and charming seaside resort with beautiful sea views, an interesting history and sandy beaches of a slightly pink colour.