Located in Montenegro’s Boka Bay, Mamula Island is a carefully restored 19th century fortress…
The Blue Cave is one of our favorite Kotor boat tours. That’s because it showcases the best of the Bay of Kotor…
Absolutely an amazing experience. Alex (our captain) was a professional and super knowledgeable about the area and it’s history. The Blue Cave was amazing, and we were able to swim through caves in pristine waters. This is a must see, must do experience!
Fabulous trip, we enjoyed every minute, great value. The caves were beautiful and great to swim in, the stops interesting
Captain Igor, super friendly and really helpful - great music and we had a perfect 1 1/2 hour tour to Perast and our lady of the rock. Would highly recommend (ask for Igor if he is available!)
Absolutely wonderful experience! I would highly recommend. They were all wonderfully helpful and made the trip amazing!
Mamula island, Montenegro is also known as Lastavica. Mamula island is uninhabited island in the Adriatic sea. The island belongs to the municipality of Herceg Novi.
This is truly a magic destination and you will be impressed with its beauty and the seascapes opening from the top of Mamula island.
In Montenegro’s Bay of Kotor, there is a settlement called Risan. It has roots in the oldest settlement in the Bay of Kotor, the prehistoric Rhizon.The settlement, which was located in the interior of the bay, was shielded from the open sea by several tiny straits in the Bay of Kotor and by impassable limestone cliffs of the Orjen mountain range.
In Montenegro’s Bay of Kotor, there lies a historic town called Perast.
It is famous for its proximity to the islets of St. George and Our Lady of the Rocks and is located a few kilometers northwest of Kotor.
Venetian-era defenses surround the historic port city of Kotor in the Mediterranean.
It is situated on the Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska), one of the Adriatic Sea’s most incised regions. Although it is actually a ria, a submerged river canyon, some have referred to it as the southernmost fjord in Europe. Kotor and the surroundings around it make up a spectacular landscape, along with the practically overhanging limestone cliffs of Orjen and Loven.
South of Mount Vrmac in the center of the Bay of Kotor is where you’ll find Tivat.
The municipality, which is primarily to the south of the town, has an exit to the open sea at the popular tourist destination Prno inlet close to Radovii hamlet.
A peninsula called Lutica may be found in southwest Montenegro at the mouth of the Bay of Kotor, in the southern Adriatic Sea. The Adriatic Sea and Tivat Bay are effectively divided by it.
One of the must-see sights in Montenegro while you’re on the coast is the Blue Cave. It always makes an impression! The Blue Cave, one of many sea caverns on the Lutica Peninsula, is the biggest. It is known as the Blue Cave because the entire cave appears blue when light reflects off the water and the sandy bottom.
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