With Venetian stone walls rising out of spectacular blue waters, Stari Grad is a sight to behold. Narrow cobbled streets and quaint churches decorate this medieval town. Take a tour of the walls and admire the rooftop views out across the bay. Then explore the small museum and find rare manuscripts at the attractive library.
Stretching across Montenegro and into Albania, Lake Skadar is the largest of its kind in southern Europe, and a dazzling attraction. Water lilies float in the deep blue waters, and nesting birds have turned this haven into one of the top bird habitats on the continent. Stroll, hike, and boat in this gorgeous park.
Rising from the Adriatic basin, Mount Lovcen is a dramatic mountain with rocky peaks. Take a hike in the national park, or ski in the winter season - either way, you can enjoy the spectacular views of the unfolding Montenegrin landscape. Make sure you also check out the important sights within the park too, like the Prince-Bishop's Mausoleum.
Just west of Budva, Jaz Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. The waters are a striking mix of various blues and the pebble sands stretch as far as the eye can see. In recent years, the beach has played host to world-famous bands blending their stellar sound with the remarkable surrounds. A must-see.
Located near the Bay of Kotor, the Savina Monastery is a impressive building with domed towers. It's set on a vibrant hillside and offers amazing coastal views. Inside, you'll find frescoes and important relics from the Nemanjic dynasty. The monastery grounds also include a vineyard, which completes the idyll.