Petar Lončar, the first pilot in the world to fly a paraglider across all seven continents, once said that, “Only Durmitor will be never forgotten!” Paragliding in Montenegro provides immense pleasure, whether you're flying over mountain lakes - known as mountain eyes - or gently spiraling down to the sunny beaches of Budva.



Popular takeoff points:

Budva –Brajići

  • Takeoff altitude: 731 m
  • GPS: 42.3014, 18.8908
  • Wind: S

Bar -- Vrsuta

  • Takeoff altitude: 1.133m
  • GPS: 42.1533, 19.0855
  • Wind: S, SE, SW

Herceg Novi - Dizdarica

  • Takeoff altitude: 900 m
  • GPS: 42.487, 18.5684
  • Wind: S, SE, SW

Tuzi – Dečić

  • Takeoff altitude: 344m
  • GPS: 42.3507, 19.3563
  • Wind: S, SW, W

Žabljak – Savin kuk

  • Takeoff altitude: 2244 m
  • GPS: 43.1195, 19.083
  • Wind: N, NE, SE

Bijelo Polje – Turjak

  • Takeoff altitude: 1835 m
  • GPS: 42.9425, 19.6849
  • Wind: N, NW, W, SW, S

Plav – Visitor

  • Takeoff altitude: 1589 m
  • GPS: 42.5992, 19.8984
  • Wind: SE, E, NE

Berane - Jejevica

  • Takeoff altitude: 960 m
  • GPS: 42.8709, 19.8928
  • Wind: SW
Quick tip

Stay informed!

If you have any questions, feel free to send them to the Paragliding Association of Montenegro, via e-mail address [email protected]  or p[email protected]

Don’t miss it!

Tandem flight in Budva!

The takeoff is from Brajići, which is 731 meters above sea level. The landing takes place on the beach of Bečići. The flight lasts about 10-15 minutes.

Meeting with Montenegro in the air!

Do you know how to choose the best takeoff point? Everything starts with your wishes. Choose the seashore if you enjoy the sea, beaches, and coastal cities! If you adore lakes, mountains, and forests, then head north!

Where can you find the most breathtaking gliding spots? The most popular takeoffs start from Visitor - above Lake Plav, Brajić - above Budva, then the takeoff points near Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, Berane, Pljevlja, and Dizdarica, as well as above Herceg Novi. A scenic takeoff can also start from more urban locations like Kotor, Petrovac and Bar, Podgorica, and Žabljak.

What paragliding options are there?

Prefer flying solo, literally? Your sense of independence will necessitate rigorous training with a certified pilot. Not to worry, there are numerous training-licensed schools in the area.

If you want to meet a paraglider and have an unforgettable experience in the air, all you need is a wish and a tandem flight with an instructor.

A map of the Montenegrin airfield, along with a detailed description of the location, GPS coordinates, and contact information, can be found on the website of the Montenegrin Paragliding Association.

Don’t miss it!

A cable car ride to Savin Kuk, followed by a paraglider flight!

With one transfer, take the two-seater cable lift on Savin Kuk to the takeoff point, which is about 20 minutes away. Takeoff takes place at a height of 2,244 meters above sea level. The flight lasts 10-15 minutes.

Discover unique Montenegro

So small you could drive across it in an afternoon. Don’t just skim through it but try to truly absorb it’s essence.

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Travel responsibly

Did you know? In 1991, the Montenegrin authorities adopted a declaration by which the country became the first ecological state in the world.

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