Despite spreading over quite a small area, Montenegro offers an exit to the sea, with picturesque beaches, rivers with unique canyons, clear lakes and magnificent vast mountains. Such beauty is breathtaking and travelers tend to fall in love with Montenegro instantly. We suggest starting your tour with Durmitor, a lovely mountain which hides numerous crystal clean glacial lakes. Then, you might visit Lovcen - the pride of Montenegro and epicenter of Montenegrin tradition. In the country’s most southern area, it is interesting to see how the confluence of the Bojana River and the Adriatic Sea has created one of the most beautiful beaches on the Montenegrin coast - the Grand Plaza. It spreads over 13 km and is characterized by fine and healing sand.
The Bay of Kotor is ranked in the 20 most beautiful bays in the world.
Biogradska Gora, including the rainforest and the magnificent canyon of the Tara River, is only a fragment of the numerous wonders of nature this amazing country offers. Contrasting and astonishing Montenegro brought the sea so close to giant mountains and awoke the sleeping lakes with swift rivers.
Montenegro is located in southern Europe. To the north it borders Serbia, to the southeast Albania, to the south it shares the Adriatic Sea with Italy, and to the west it borders neighboring Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Surface Area: 13,812 km²
Capital: Podgorica (187,055 inhabitants) - the administrative and economic center
Cetinje - the historical and cultural center
Length of the seashore: 293 km
Number of beaches: 117
Longest beach: Velika plaza (Ulcinj) - 13 km
Highest peak: Bobot's hip (Durmitor) - 2,523 m
Largest lake: Skadar Lake - 391 km
Deepest Canyon: Tara River - 1,300 m
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