Tivat sits pretty on the Bay of Kotor, a submerged river canyon that’s part Scandinavian fjord and part jet-set, with bobbing super yachts, a posh promenade and rows of elegant edifices, visitors to Tivat could be forgiven for wondering if they're in Monaco or Montenegro. Framed by lofty mountains the Bay of Kotor is scattered with photogenic Medieval towns admiring their reflections in peacock-blue inlets.
Framed by lofty mountains the Bay of Kotor is scattered with photogenic Medieval towns admiring their reflections in peacock-blue inlets.
Kotor itself is Surrounded by dramatic mountains, stone walls and deep waters, it’s a beautiful place to explore and was named the number one best place to travel to in 2016 by Lonely Planet. Admire the stately Venetian style palaces and the many beautifully ornamented mansions with the coats of arms of the noble families. This ancient city is a UNESCO-listed “World Natural and Historical Heritage Site’’, and you can spend the day taking a trip through time appreciating its medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage from the different centuries.
Kotor also offers many water sports including snorkelling, rafting and sea kayaking. For nightlife head to Maximum, the country’s biggest club which attracts international DJs. On your cruise out of Kotor stop by Purobeach for a day of luxury, with its 215ft infinity pool, chic bars and clubs, it has been voted one of the best beach bars in the world.Read More