Ladies Beach (Ulcinj) –– at the southernmost city of Montenegro, in Ulcinj, at the bay between hotel Albatros and Galeb is the location of “Ladies’ Beach” — doctors recommend their female patients visit this beach for treating infertility because of its curative effects of sulfur-mineral springs.
Miločer (beach) – this is also known as “King’s beach”. It is situated next to the Queen’s beach and it is surrounded by 18 acres of park which have some exotic species such as: Lebanon cedar, tropical mimosa, cactus, agaves and many others. The beach is 280m long and it is also a sandy beach.
Mogren (beach)(near Budva) — Mogren beach is made of 2 smaller beaches with the total length of 350 m. Beaches are connected with the tunnel and they spread from the cape Mogren to the Vidikovac Hotel. The extraordinary sand makes this beach one of the most beautiful in Montenegro. In 2004 the Mogren beach got the blue flag which is the symbol of clean beaches. It is situated at 150m from the Old town of Budva and a concrete strand leads towards it. The beach got its name after the Spanish mariner Morgini who disembarked here after a shipwreck.
Porto Montenegro (E-65, Tivat) — born out of the vision of its chief investor (Canadian businessman and former chairman of Barrick Gold, Peter Munk), the recently-opened Porto Montenegro’s marina – located just 15 minutes via car west of Kotor — utilizes the existing infrastructure of the former Yugoslav naval facility, upon which it is built. Currently offering 400 berths for yachts 12-180m, it is planned by completion to offer 850, of which 350 will be specifically for superyachts – the largest offering in Europe.
Complemented by five private residential buildings, totaling 130 apartments of which all are sold, a five-star Regent Hotel and Residences, shops, restaurants, sports and leisure facilities, Porto Montenegro has attracted a vibrant year-round international community. Press reports predict that it is already starting to attract much of the same crowd that frequents Mediterranean playgrounds for the wealthy, such as Monaco, Saint-Tropez and Costa de Sol (Spain). Boat owners interested in docking at Porto Montenegro can find more info on its website: www.portomontenegro.com
Queen’s Beach (near Sveti Stefan) – located 500m from Sveti Stefan is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic Sea: the Queen’s beach. It faces West and offers the amazing sunset. It is a small beach, 200m long — situated under the former summer residence of the King Alexander Karadjordjevic. This was a favorite beach of his wife, Queen Marija.
Slovenska Plaza (near Budva) – this is reputed to be Budva’s largest and most heavily-populated beach – spanning about 5,000 ft. Framed by green hills on all sides and thatched umbrellas scattered along the shore, it is perfect for adult beach goers and children alike. Relax on Slovenska’s soft, sandy shore, and purchase a refreshing drink or a tasty snack from one of the beach vendors. this is reputed to be Budva’s largest and most heavily-populated beach – spanning about 5,000 ft. Framed by green hills on all sides and thatched umbrellas scattered along the shore, it is perfect for adult beach goers and children alike. Relax on Slovenska’s soft, sandy shore, and purchase a refreshing drink or a tasty snack from one of the beach vendors.
Whitewater Rafting Excursions (Tara River Canyon) — The Tara River Canyon is the longest canyon in Montenegro. 82 km/ (50 miles) long and at its deepest 1,300 meters (4265 feet), it is the deepest river canyon in Europe & the second largest in the world.
The length of the Tara river is 144 km, the river resulting from the confluence of Opasnica and Verusa rivers. The waters of Tara River are drinkable all the way and its going to give you unforgettable moments, and quite a fantastic feeling during rafting.
“Active Travels Montenegro” tour outfit brings visitors to the vibrant, turquoise blue water of the Tara River with its large volume of water — making it a haven for rafting. The standard route starts from Brstanovica and finishes at Scepan Polje, –running through 21 rapids made available due to the largest drop over the shortest length of the rivers course. The longer route takes you through “Nisovo vrelo” which at 1099 metres (3608 feet high) is the deepest part of the canyon. This route also includes special attractions such as the Durdevica Tara Bridge, waterfalls & includes an overnight stay. See its website for more details on signing up for such excursions: http://www.activetravelsmontenegro.com
Winter Carnival (Kotor) – celebrated every February, this one week event consists of musical events, children’s activities, and various festivities that celebrate local Montenegrin culture. With temperatures creeping up, this is the perfect chance to banish the winter blues with bright colors, music, masquerades, theatre, and plenty of good local food and drink. It’s now Montenegro’s largest and best-attended cultural event, drawing thousands of performers and party-goers from around the world.
Jaz Beach (near Budva) – this is one of the three great potentials of Montenegrin seaside. It is situated in the Mrcevo field as its background with the seasonal Drenovstica river running through it. It is from both its sides protected by the hills of Grbalj and Straza. The beach is 2.5km away from Budva on the way to Tivat. There are two parts of this beach, one is 500m long, and the smaller one which is used by nudists is 300m long.
Kayak Montenegro (Herceg Novi) –this outdoor outfit provides visitors with paddling day tours exploring the fjords of the Bay of Kodor. Visitors can also see the deserted Island of Mamula, the blue caves and the quaint villages of Zanijic, Rose, Risan, Perast and Kotor. Experience some of the most beautiful sceneries of the world. For those interested in an excursion through them, see its website for more info: www.kayakmontenegro.com