Montenegro is a country of mountains and the sea, with a unique blend of rich cultural and historical heritage and contemporary trends. Known for its many attractions, it offers every individual a perfect experience with a sense of freedom. Five National Parks, the deepest canyon of Europe, the oldest olive tree that still gives fruit, old towns whose foundations date back to the 5th century B.C, present only a part of the wonders of our small country. Every region has its own allure and hides mysterious places where nature exhales beauty; you just need to have confidence in us and we will take you to them.


Montenegrin North represents a place for an endless mountain adventure. Its extraordinary nature – hidden in National Parks of Durmitor, Biogradska gora and Prokletije, presents a destination for every activity from mountaineering and canyoning to rafting. We should not forget exciting jeep safari and quads tours or snowmobiles tours through hidden mountain paths. This region, with ski centers Žabljak and Kolašin and surrounding villages, offers great opportunity to experience domestic lifestyle. No arrival in Montenegro is a complete experience if you do not visit the North and mountains, as evidenced by the very name of our country (Black Mountain).


Whether you are searching for luxurious hotels, unique gastronomic experience or just a simple walk by the sea, the cities on the Montenegrin coast will definitely seduce you with their charm, diversity and the Mediterranean air. From Ulcinj (which used to be a pirate town, but today, with 14 km long beach, it represents oasis of relaxation and peace for tourists), Bar (a town rich in historic monuments, with new, modern city center, port and hotels), Budva (which represents the tourist metropolis of Montenegro, covering the area from Buljarica, through Petrovac and St. Stefan, all the way to Jaz beach), through Tivat town with exclusive marina – Porto Montenegro), Kotor (protected by UNESCO as part of the world cultural heritage), up to Herceg Novi (an irresistible tourist town, rich in greenery, flowers, stairs and beautiful historic structures), each town tells its own story. This part of Adriatic heaven is ideal for sailing, cruising, watersports, fishing, relaxation and clubbing.


The heart of Montenegro is hiding the urban center – the capital city Podgorica and old royal capital Cetinje. It is not easy to decide what type of activity is more attractive in this area: visit of the largest one-piece vineyard in Europe and wine tasting, bird watching on Skadar Lake - the largest lake on the Balkans, cruising on the magnificent Crnojevića River or visiting historical and cultural monuments of our country, etc. A combination of relaxation and adrenaline with rich gastronomic offer will wake up all your senses.