Jewels of the coast
From €45per person
Discover the diversity of the Montenegrin coast, visit the most beautiful places in the bay and the open sea that really deserve the name Jewels of the coast.
Town Kotor has been protected by UNESCO since 1979, and is the most visited place of Montenegrin Coast. Hybridization of streets, squares, sacred objects and galleries makes a stunning ambient for every visitor. Above the town, there are impressive cliffs which offer it a shoulder to lean on. Four kilometers of winding walls of the old fortification spread there. Each meter of climbing will reveal a more and more attractive panorama, and the one who gets to the end of the fortress and the very peak of the cliff will be awarded with a magnificent view. Blue inlets, rocky mountain wreaths, wide sea horizon and even wider sky above you will offer the unforgettable experience. Further on, towards Perast, you will see the most beautiful part of Boka. A unique mixture of stone, rock and sky exudes as rare peace, dignity and grace as any other place here. The stone buildings of the ancient Perast are set one next to another, like beads along a narrow passage of the sea shore. This is the town of famous captains from Boka, which has for centuries been welcoming and accompanying guests at the very entrance of the Bay. Two little churches: St. George and Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Skrpjela) float in the sea, not far from the shore, as if by some kind of a magic. The second one, full of culturally artistic showpieces from this place is open for the tourists.
Budva is the most indented part of the coast, surrounded by the most beautiful beaches and one island on the Montenegrin Coast. After the earthquake in 1979, maybe we could say the most beautiful the Old Town has been renovated extremely successfully. A new part of town is abundant with luxurious hotels and it develops itself more and more, every single day. A big aqua park and a well known Top Hill (the greatest discotheque on the Balkans) is located on the outskirts. Further on, along the inlets with a beautiful view to the blue horizon, we get to a gazebo from where we can see worldwide known St. Stephen island – town hotel. A unique fish village at the reef, under the treetops of oleanders and palm trees makes a famous resort for the prominent ones and the world elite.
DepartureKotor (other locations on request)
Departure TimeOn request (we recommend departure between 08:00 am- 09:00 am)
DurationApproximately 8:30 hours
IncludedWiFiTaxi boat to the islandLicensed guideTransportMuseum ticketTaxes
Departure to Budva
Budva, the city tour with a guide
You will be introduced to one of the most ancient cities at the Adriatic, visit the antique Budva city remains, the old necropolis and well-preserved walls that had, for ages, been protecting the city from the enemies. Use your free time to enjoy the view from the citadel and the walls to the open sea, or simply go and wander down the small labyrinth of narrow streets.
The ride to St Stephen
St. Stephen, photo break
Starting to Perast
Our Lady of Rocks Islet (Gospa od Skrpjela) visit
The boat will take us to the artificial islet where a long time ago, a small church had been erected. You will see numerous gifts that captains, sailors, fishermen, settlers and other visitors bring to the Lady. They find her to be their Angel “the Guardian”. The most interesting presents are kept at the museum of the church. We will visit the museum, as well.
Tour of Perast
We will get to the town by boat, where you will have a chance to hear something about the local legends, the most beautiful palaces and a few century-old churches from your guide. In your free time, you will be able to explore the narrow streets and stairs, to take a look at the local peoples’ yards and get some refreshment in one of the cafes on the coast.
Driving to Kotor
Tour of Kotor