The coast of Montenegro has reputation as one of the most beautiful part of Adriatic coast. From the northern board with Croatia to southern board with Albania on the river Bojana, the length of the coastline is 293.5 km, of which 52 km are beaches. The Montenegro seaside is a very narrow strip of land (2-10 km wide), separated from the inland by high mountains of Rumija, Sutorman, Orjen, and Lovcen. The coast is very indented with numerous bays and caves. The largest, and most impressive is the Bay of Kotor, which is the world's southeren fjord.
On the coast of Montenegro is numerous sand and pebble beaches - 117 in total, 73 km in length of which sand beaches make 33 km. The fact that the air temperature over six months of the year is higher than 18C, together with the adequate water temperature and increased insulation, make the coast of Montenegro one of the warmest and sunniest tourist regions in Europe.
Some of the larger destinations on coast of Montenegro are: Herceg Novi, Kotor, Tivat, Budva, Milocer, Sveti Stefan, Petrovac, Sutomore, Bar and Ulcinj.
Herceg Novi is a town in southwestern Montenegro, located at the entrance to the Boka Kotorska and at the foot of the Orjen mountain (1892m).
The old town of Kotor is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in this part of the Adriatic sea. The old town of Kotor, surrounded by an impressive city wall, is very well preserved and protected by UNESCO. In recent years, Kotor has seen a steady increase in tourists attracted by both the natural beauty of the Boka Kotorska and the old town of Kotor itself.
Tivat is a town in the bay of Boka Kotorska, the youngest town in the Boka area was established on the spacious plateau at the bottom of Vrmac.
Budva is town on the Montenegro coast 2500 years old. Especially attractive is the health-giving envitoment, unspoiled nature and the fragrant air made envigorating by the sea spume during strong southern winds and brancing by mountain freshness during storms that blow from the north. Budva's splendid natural setting is enhanced by a diverse cultural and historical heritage.
Just like some grounded stone boat, Sveti Stefan “anchored” in the middle part of Budvanska Riviera. Petrovac is settled south from Sveti Stefan. It is the attractive tourist resort and part of Budvanska Riviera. Numerous cultural monuments are “planted” here, too.
Sutomore is a coastal town in a Serbia and Montenegro. It is one the main tourist destinations of east Adriatic Sea coast. It's very popular for its long sandy beach. During the summer months tourists slightly outnumber residents.
Bar it`s surroundings incorporate major tourist facilities. Sutomore is a near-by town of 3,000 residents. It is one of the main tourist destinations in Montenegro. It's very popular for its long sandy beach. In old town of Bar is the oldest Olive in the world. It's old about 2500 years.
Ulcinj is a mainly Albanian inhabited coastal town of the Republic of. Ulcinj is located near the border with Albania on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Ulcinj is a popular tourist destination with the Kosovar Albanians due to the fact that the majority of the population are Albanian and there is no language barriers.
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Petrovac is an old village, raised on the crossing of the roads that goes to Budva, Bar, the lake of Skadarsko and Podgorica. Petrovac is distant from Budva 18 kilometres. Nowadays Petrovac is a tourist calm location, attractive with its sand...