Definitely one of the best tourist investments on the Montenegrin coast in the last 25 years, Porto Montenegro today represents a real example of one of the most beautiful destinations in Montenegro. Luxury packaged in a beautiful Mediterranean style, Porto Montenegro is today one of the most prestigious marina on the Adriatic Sea.
Primary made for superyachts and rich billionaires who will have one new destination where will enjoy in peaceful atmosphere and great nature. Today, Porto Montenegro is a major tourist attraction in Montenegro, but not only for the rich tourists, but for everyone. Affordable prices will surprise you in this luxurious complex. You will enjoy the affordable prices of food and drinks, with a view to the most luxurious yachts.
Is not everyone’s dream, that even for a moment, felt what life is for a real rich man? Porto Montenegro gives you exactly that feeling, that you will certainly not leave you indifferent.
Daily tours and excursion in Montenegro
In our offer we have one day trips and excursions in Montenegro to tourist destinations which are most visited, such as national parks: Lake Biograd, Skadar Lake, and other places such as Crnojevici Rijeka, Cetinje Monastery, Monastery Ostrog, Monastery Moraca, Monastery Djurdjevi columns Berane, rafting on the Tara River …
Price list for day trips from the city on the Montenegrin coast, we have not pointed out the reasons why the price is different depending on the number of passengers as well as the time spent on the trip and whether you want to hire a tour guide who will be at your disposal during your trips and who will introduce you to the history of the place, and your overall experience unforgettable.
Excursions perform from Budva, Becici, Risan, Rafailovići, Perast, Kotor, Tivat, Petrovac, Ulcinj, Ada Bojana, Kolasin, Zabljak, Berane, Plav and the other towns on the Montenegrin coast as the initial place from which you can go to one of the day excursions that are in our offer.
If your perfect vacation is to be an active... and explore the natural historic beauty of Montenegro and region, you have many choices for one-day excursions... We offer you a huge selection of excursions, one day trips and tours in whole Montenegro
The following excursions covers interesting history and charming cities, while some day trip ideas offer a relaxing day on sea or just simply discover and sightseeing tour.
Also, we want to suggest our private tours, for small groups, just for you, your family or friends..... Our few itineraries we created upon our own preferences but also constantly thinking about maximum guest satisfaction and we’re always ready to adapt them or make something totally different to meet your need, wants and requirements. So, contact us for a tailored made tours, trips and excursions just created for you from our team. Enjoy!
This tour we've created for you, gives the opportunity to see almost all of Montenegro in one day.
Montenegro, known as an area of high mountains crisscrossed by canyons - wonderful manuscripts of nature. You will be pleased by magnificence that takes breath away. The Canyons of Montenegro tour gives possibility to see and take photos of Moraca and Tara rivers and it's canyons. We will show you probably the best viewpoints of Montenegro, enjoying the long lasting experience of our beautiful country.
This tour will also show part of historical and cultural heritage: Visit to Moraca Monastery.
The Monastery Moraca is built in 13th century by serbian family Nemanic. This one nave building is devoted to Assumption of Mary, and it's fresco paintings are of special importance. The beauty and calm surrounding of river Moraca and Svetigora waterfall magnifies the spirit of passed times
Visit to the National Park Biogradska gora which is located in the central part of the mountain Bjelasica, between the rivers Tara and Lim, decorated with beautiful Biogradsko Lake. In this National Park, which contains one of the last three preserved primeval forests in Europe, there are many authentic buildings of traditional Montenegrin culture. Ornate with ages old forest and gentle meadows and, represents a magnificent gift of nature.
The deepest canyon in Europe will introduce unspoiled nature and a masterpiece of bridge building - grandiose bridge Djurdjevica Tara, perched on a canyon over 150 feet deep, which offers a unique view of the Tara River Canyon and leaves no one indifferent.
You will also visit Durmitor National Park, the largest national park in Montenegro, which is as far back in 1952. declared a National Park, and since the 1980. is on the UNESCO list of world natural and cultural heritage, and have a chance to see one of his symbol - Black Lake, which is also known as "mountain eyes of Montenegro ', which is reached via the beautiful conifer forest that surrounds it. Whole fairytale landscape is dominated by giant top 'Medjed' which rises above the lake.
Considered one of the best preserved medieval towns on the Adriatic coast, the fortified town of Kotor is tucked against the steep mountains surrounding the deep channels of the Bay of Kotor. While Kotor’s architecture reflects the various empires that ruled over the region, it is best known for its Venetian-flavored Old Town, which is dominated by the 12th-century Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. The cathedral’s carved stone altar is an exquisite example of the stonemasonry skills Kotor was known for in the Middle Ages. Treks up the upper town walls to Kotor’s hilltop fortress reward hardy hikers with breathtaking views of the city and deep-water bay.
Durmitor National Park
Centered around the mountain village of Žabljak, the thickly forested Durmitor National Park is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Situated in the Dinaric Alps, the park includes the high-altitude peaks of the Durmitor Massif, 18 glacial lakes and the Tara River, home to the world’s second deepest gorge. Skiing and snowboarding are the main activities in winter while whitewater rafting, camping and hiking attract visitors in the warm-weather season. The park’s wildlife includes 163 bird species, mammals ranging from wild boars to brown bears, and the most varieties of butterflies found anywhere in Europe.
Located to the northwest of Kotor and sharing the same gorgeous fjord-like bay, pretty Perast is a small town notable for it stone-crafted villas and historic churches. Two of the city’s picturesque chapels are situated on tiny islets, Our Lady of the Rocks and St. George. Back onshore, the Church of St. Nikola is worth a visit for the pleasant views that a climb up to the belfry offers of the town and bay. While there’s no beach in this bay-front city, the stone jetties along the waterfront are popular places for sunbathing and relaxing.