Often the most beautiful spots of nature are the ones that are a bit more difficult to access. Carved into the Lustica Peninsula on the coastline of Montenegro, the Blue Cave is one of those spots. This little anomaly of nature is only accessible by water. Inside the cave, the Mediterranean sun glaring through the mouth of the cave is intense.
If you happen to find yourself on the coast on the south side of Budva after the Sea Dance Festival–or any other time–and you’ve already enjoyed the beach(es) and are looking for still more fun with adventure, here are 5 more things to do. We recommend all (and others) of our 5 adventures from Budva. Have fun!
1. Title: CLUB HOTEL RIVIERA Location name: NJIVICE Municipality: HERCEG NOVI Type of beach: Resort beach (even it is hotel beach, access to other visitors is allowed without paying entrance) Beach facilities: Beach bar and restaurant, playground, dressing rooms, sanitary facilities (toilettes, showers) Has handicap facilities: YES
One of the most loved artists of our time, the frivolous Jamiroquai with their extravagant lead singer Jay Kay, are main stars of EXIT’s sea edition, Sea Dance festival held from 15th to 17th July on one of the most beautifully captivating beaches of the Adriatic Sea, Jaz beach, near Budva in Montenegro.
First of its kind, this book paves the way to nature lovers and adventurers: A road book with exact descriptions of more than 1,700 bike kilometers wilderness trails, covering remote areas and taking you across the spectacular beauty of the mountains. With detailed information, this book is the guide to 17 carefully selected scenic routes.
Extremely rich in sacred heritage of two great religions and mutual good relationships between Ortodox which are dominant, Catholics and Muslims, is something we are particularly proud in Montenegro. Their relationship are very respectful. They visiting each other when are the religious hollidays and have familiar relations.
When it comes to the very best European destinations, bigger does not always mean better. While travelers typically gravitate toward larger cities like London and Paris, some of the region's most rewarding and best-kept secrets are alternatively set well off-the-beaten path.
This hidden gem in South Europe could be your next great adventure! We think you should try to make it a reality now. So, we are calling the adventure tourism mavens, the outdoor-loving happy-go-lucky types, or anyone who falls somewhere in-between these two groups to put a little effort toward winning a (mostly) free trip for two to Montenegro this May.
The Peace Boat's 83rd Global Voyage departed from Yokohama on 13 March 2014, and it will return to Japan on 24 June 2014 covering a north and south hemisphere route including visits to Sri Lanka, Jordan, Greece, Morocco, Venezuela, Peru, Tahiti and Hawaii. This voyage also marks Peace Boat's first visit to Brunei and Montenegro. The Peace boat will sail into Kotor on 20 April 2014.