Montenegro is an exciting all-season destination, offering endless discoveries: it boasts two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the walled town of Kotor. Other locations include the magnificent palaces of Perast, the old town of Budva, and further inland, peaceful monasteries, the bewildering Tara Canyon, national parks, wildlife reserves and ski resorts such as Žabljak and Kolašin.

The country has a strong culinary culture, including famous vintages and great authentic cuisine that reflect both the sea and the heartland.

Dubbed as future Switzerland of the Mediterranean, separated from Italy by the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro is full of strong contrasts. Its breathtaking scenery inspired artists, royals and celebrities for over many centuries.


Montenegro offers over 250 days of sunshine, the swimming season extends over more than 180 days. Temperatures reach upwards of 30°C during summer, while winter is relatively mild on the coast with average highs ranging from 12°C - 16°C.