Last updated: 24 December 2017
Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea has one of the loveliest coastlines in Europe. The pretty seashore is dotted with walled towns in the Venetian style.  The stone buildings in these towns are topped with terracotta tiles and surround cool cobbled streets and market squares.

Stonewalls and fortresses cling to rocky hillsides, whilst sheer cliffs topple into the shimmering waters of the Adriatic, and jagged mountains clothed in primeval forests give shelter to bears and wolves. Horse ride, hike or cycle up mountain trails or white water raft down the Tara River, which runs through the deepest canyon in Europe.


Visit Stari- Bar to see a ruined Byzantine city surrounded by mountains and olive groves. The buildings dating back to the eleventh century, and growing beneath it the world’s oldest olive tree is said to be two thousand years old.

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