Small but so beautiful
It is these forgotten lands such as Montenegro deserves to be better known. Its riviera beautifully preserved mountain range and certainly seduce travelers in search of intact landscapes. From the peaks, antique Venetian ports is seen protected by their white rocks that are reflected in the clear waters of the Adriatic. Petrovac, Budva and Kotor offer wonderful walks with their streets lined with rich houses and palm trees. It succumbs to the charm of the Bay of Kotor, the deepest fjord in Southern Europe: the sea penetrates 30 km and it spreads over 610 km2 between Mount Lovcen and the East Mountains. Located at the bottom of the bay, the city of Kotor built in white freestone mountain side, is surrounded by cypress trees. Many islands and fishing villages dot the coast. Come enjoy the serenity of this country that has managed to escape mass tourism by developing a more upscale hotels particularly in Budva with its Old Town charming beachfront, starting nature activities, rafting, mountain biking and many more activities.