Iberostar Herceg Novi

Beautiful Iberostar Herceg Novi has an incredible location, enjoying breath-taking sea views from both the pool and the rooftop bar. Throw in mountains and forest behind, and a stretch of beach below that you have direct access to, and it’s the stuff dreams are made of. The hotel had a makeover in 2018, so it’s looking its very best, and the pool really is particularly special. There’s a buffet restaurant with a sea view, too, a lobby bar for cocktails and a selection of live entertainment and activities come the evening.

Overview of Herceg Novi

On your holidays to Montenegro, this is a beautifull picturesque part of the world is a must. Just up in Igalo, home to the Iberostar Herceg Novi, the vistas at Herceg Novi are particularly stunning. The waters around the Bay of Kotor are a striking blue, and the backdrop of Mount Orjen just adds to the drama. The stretch of beach is wonderful, too, and from the hotel, you can easily stroll down to it. For a bit of culture, there’s also plenty of history to explore in the town and a world of other gorgeous islands to discover nearby.

Things to do in Herceg Novi

Once you’ve lifted your jaw off the floor after taking in those views from the Iberostar Herceg Novi, there are plenty of things to discover in Herceg Novi old town, including an elegant monastery and cosy cafes lining characterful cobbled streets. It’s worth hiring a boat and exploring the Blue Grotto, too, and the promenade makes for a lovely, picturesque seafront stroll. Dobrec Beach is a nice little spot to bask in the sunshine as well. Over in Savina, there’s a winery providing epic sea views, and sailing over to the beautiful island of Hvar is well worth considering. In essence, this is a place to unwind and drink in the powerful beauty of nature. With views like this, you’ll need to keep the camera close, and with such history to discover, and so many little nooks and crannies to explore, you’ll probably never want to leave.

Resort Summary

The resort’s historic charm is one of its main attractions. In the Old Town, which is rich with impressive squares, formidable fortresses and elegant churches, you’ll find plenty of iconic landmarks.

The Old Town is reached via a labyrinth of alleyways, stairs and flower-lined paths. On each walkway, a sea of colour will light the way, guiding you towards the many tourist attractions, such as the 17th-century clock tower and Belavista Square.

Before you head back down the stairs, be sure to check out the cafes and restaurants on every street. They’re the ideal places to sit back and enjoy the outstanding architecture that surrounds you.