Montenegro is a mostly mountainous Balkan land, but it also has a surprising amount of beaches along its Adriatic coastline. The towns and villages that host these beaches differ widely. Some are lively party spots and others are quiet fishing villages. This means holidays to Montenegro are full of variety. Becici holidays are particularly laidback affairs. On offer is a picturesque beach, a promenade for strolling along and some select, luxury hotels on the waterfront. These are just some of the reasons that they're as popular with celebrities as they are with us mere mortals.
The resort of Budva sits on and around a small peninsula and is one of the most popular destinations for holidays to Montenegro. This is largely due to its numerous, immaculate beaches, buzzing night scene and picturesque old town. This means that Budva holidays really do offer a bit of everything. Like many of its Balkan neighbours, Montenegro's landscapes are generally very mountainous and dramatic. The rugged terrain in the north of the country changes to mostly rocky ground within the central area. Montenegro's southern region is then pure coastal plains, with beaches and resorts dotted along its sandy stretches.
In the past couple of years, holidays to Montenegro have grown increasingly popular. Soon everyone will be heading to this pretty Balkan country, with its footprint-free beaches, rugged mountains and quaint villages. Holidays to Igalo, a chic resort on the Bay of Kotor, promise all this and more. Expect excellent beaches, a picturesque old town, and a great range of activities to enjoy. Located near the Croatian border, Igalo's located within easy driving distance of the beautiful Dubrovnik.
With holidays to Montenegro on the rise, why not consider a trip of a lifetime to Petrovac? It's an elegant seaside resort just a short drive south of Budva, and it's the country's most visited destination, home to beautiful beaches and sandy coves. Petrovac holidays promise lazy days on the sand, plenty of outdoor activities and exquisite cuisine. You'll love exploring the islands, bays and fortresses of this stunning coastal town.
Holidays to Montenegro just got more interesting with the transformation of Tivat. Once an average seaside town, it is now a playground for the rich and famous. The redevelopment of Tivat's naval base into a state-of-the-art marina is at the heart of the change in the town's fortunes, and the focal point of your trip to this little Balkan beauty on the Adriatic Sea. From glacial lakes to a rainforest, rocky mountains to national parks, Tivat is a nature lover's playground. Throw in some super beaches and fascinating historical landmarks and you've got the holiday of a lifetime.
Holidays to Montenegro can take many forms, but few are as beautiful and varied as visiting Ulcinj. It's situated in the beautiful south of the country, on the coast, and the silver sands attract tourists from all over Europe, as do the clear, warm waters. Holidays to Ulcinj often revolve around the beach; the stunning coast stretches for miles, so you can always find secluded coves during the busy season. The climate stays warm all year, and it stays relatively mild in the winter, too. The city itself is full of restaurants, cafés and galleries, as well as architectural feats and historical landmarks.
Herceg Novi is a little slice of heaven for any avid holidaymaker. Over the past few years, we've seen Montenegro holidays become increasingly popular, and this beautiful resort is a main part of the reason why. With swaying palm trees, turquoise waters and a culturally rich Old Town, the Herceg Novi resort really is a dream for sightseers.