Montenegro sailing routes
The coastline of Montenegro is just over 300 km long, there are only 14 islands in the water area of the country, however, the natural beauty of local places and local hospitality is more than offset.

The Montenegrin coast is divided into two parts: the Bay of Kotor (in which the Tivat, Kotor and Herceg  Novi Rivieras are located) and the coastline of the Budva, Bar and Ulcinj Rivieras, open to the Adriatic Sea. Recreation on a yacht in Montenegro will be appreciated by people with different tastes - no fans of quiet pastime or supporters of active leisure will get bored here.

Coast of Montenegro, weather forecast for a week

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Montenegro sailing routes:

Herceg Novi & Tonnels
Herceg Novi & Tonnels

Herceg Novi meets and sees off everyone who visits the Bay of Kotor. The city stands directly opposite the only sea entrance to the bay.

Perast, Bay of Kotor
Perast, Bay of Kotor

The tiny medieval town of Perast is like a pretty decoration, built to decorate the Bay of Kotor and for the meetings of seafarers.

Sveti Đorđe in front of Perast
Sveti Đorđe in front of Perast

Sveti Đorđe: St. George's Island - challenge to the Pope

Gospa od Škrpjela in front of Perast
Gospa od Škrpjela in front of Perast

Gospa od Škrpjela: Our Lady on the Rocks is a man-made island of seafarers.

Kotor, Montenegro
Kotor, Montenegro

Go into the city through the main sea gate, like everyone who came here by sea.

Kotor - video review of the marina
Kotor - video review of the marina

A video story of our friends about the features of the yacht parking in Kotor, security and amenities (and what else does a yachtsman need?). A bit about the city and sights.

Islands opposite Tivat
Islands opposite Tivat

Opposite the city of Tivat, between it and the peninsula Lustica are two islands. Incredible neighbors, a combination of the incongruous: Gospa od milosrđa and Sveti Marko (Stradioti).

Bigova fishing village
Bigova fishing village

Bigova is a small fishing village in Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea, part of the Kotor Municipality (about 13 km to Kotor). There are 114 people officially living in Bigova.

Budva - in the middle of the action
Budva - in the middle of the action

Budva is a metropolis of modern tourism. That's right, neither more nor less, this city is called by Montenegrins.

Pržno - Montenegrin Italy
Pržno - Montenegrin Italy

Pržno was a summer royal residence and now it is a peaceful romantic town. Pink sand, delicious restaurants, friendly people and sea breeze.

Petrovac on the sea - sailing routes
Petrovac on the sea - sailing routes

Petrovac is a pearl of the Budva Riviera, hidden by its "older sister" - the city of Budva. Perhaps the most beautiful sunsets on the Montenegrin coast are here.

Bar in front of Bari
Bar in front of Bari

Bar - city opposite Italy, or Italy opposite the city

Ulcinj & Velika Plaža
Ulcinj & Velika Plaža

The southernmost city of the Montenegrin coast, right up to the Boyana River, along which the border with Albania runs, is within easy reach

Montenegro - historical overview
Montenegro - historical overview

If you want to see the "real" Montenegro, you will have to leave the comfortable yacht and climb higher into the Montenegrin Mountains. For those who remain to conquer the sea here is a short digression into the history of the coast and the Bay of Kotor.

Various yachts and catamarans are available for charter