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  • Things To Do

    Montenegro has plenty to do and see, and here is a brief outline of some of the main tourist attractions.

    Places to Visit

    Kotor Fjord

    The KOTOR  FJORD is a must. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the southernmost fjord in Europe. It is just a few minute drive away or a very reasonable ride by taxi.

    To get to the fjord, the quickest way is to go back to the airport road, turn left, and drive along for a couple of miles.

    You will see a left turn to the Vrmac tunnel and Kotor. Take that turn and it will bring you out within a few hundred meters of the old town.

    A more scenic route is to turn left next to the shop at the bottom of the hill and follow that road up the hill. It is narrow but there are some nice views.

    At the top of the hill turn left and you will wind down the mountain into Kotor. This gives some amazing views of the fjord.

    Kotor Town

    Kotor itself is a beautiful walled town. There is a small tourist office just outside the main gate selling guide books. We have also provided some maps in the apartments. There are numerous historical buildings to visit or you may just wish to sit and savour the atmosphere at one of the many bars or restaurants.

    Parking is available on the seafront in front of the old town, or past the old town, over a bridge, and first right.
    There are a number of restaurants in Kotor, Bastion, Cesarica, Gallion, La Pasteria and Stari Grad come recommended. AS on the right as you enter the main square is also very good for fast food.

    The active amongst you may want to climb the walls to the CITADEL. The long walk-climb will be rewarded by some amazing views of the Kotor Fjord.

    There is an internet café in the old town, 2 cafes to the right of the main gate.

    Perast Town

    PERAST, further down the fjord, (turn right from Kotor’s main gates) is a beautiful little town, definitely worth a visit. There are regular water taxis to the two islands just off the coast. There are a couple of restaurants in the hotels, (Conte and Vila Milinovic), both specialising in seafood. Dardiin is good  for pizzas  and snacks.


    TIVAT itself, whilst not as picturesque as Kotor, has a pleasant seafront, with a number of bars, cafes and restaurants. The first phase of Porto Montenegro, the largest super-yacht marina in Europe, opened in June 2009. There are a few good restaurants in Tivat; Big Ben, Montenegrino and Primavera, as well as Optimist in Seljanovo, have been recommended.


    Further afield, BUDVA, about 15 kms left down the airport road, is a real mixture of old and new. There is a beautiful walled old town which is well worth a visit and then an extensive new town spread along the coast with numerous bars and stalls. The beach is long and for the most part, sandy.

    A variety of water sports are on offer including jet skiing, water skiing and banana boating.

    Boat trips from Budva are available and this is a good way to see the famous island of SVETI STEFAN. This picturesque village was for a number of years a holiday destination for royalty and film stars such as Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren. It is soon to reopen as a 7 star Aman resort.

    Other Things To Do

    Please use the following links for more information on things to do around Palmagora, Montenegro:

    There is a great deal of local information on the Tivat Tourist Board web site,