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Highlights in Montenegro
- 72 kilometres of beautiful beaches
- The deepest gorge in Europe
- UNESCO World Heritage Old Cities
- The Ostrog Monastery built in the rock
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Vacation rentals in Montenegro
Montenegro has thousands of vacation rentals to choose from. The best thing to consider when searching is whether your apartment should be near a beach or in a ski area. You can choose your vacation rental according to your personal preferences. Whether with or without garden, with pool or directly on the beach or very luxurious with sauna and whirlpool, in Montenegro you will find exactly the apartment you are looking for.A dream house for large groups
If you would rather book an entire vacation rental for yourself and your fellow travellers, pay attention to the size and number of bedrooms. Depending on the size of the group, small and large houses are available for your holiday in Montenegro. You can even rent a villa for up to 30 people with a park-like garden and private swimming pool. A small vacation rental with one bedroom is ideal for a holiday for two.
Holidays in Montenegro
Location and orientation
The Republic of Montenegro lies on the south-eastern Adriatic coast and borders on the neighbouring countries Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania and Kosovo. The capital in the south of the country is Podgorica.Forests, mountains and deep gorges
Compared to Europe, Montenegro is relatively sparsely populated. But in the southeast there is a wooded mountain country of the Dinaric Mountains, where you will find many high mountains with deep, steep canyons. This includes the Tara Gorge, which by the way is the deepest gorge in Europe.
Things to know
In Montenegro there is an important annual cycle race. Under the title "Paths of King Nikola" the international participants have to complete four stages to win the grand prize. It is the largest cycling event in the country.
The name Montenegro derives from "montagna negra" and means "black mountain". That is why the country was called Schwarzenberg during the Austro-Hungarian period of the 19th century.
Top 3 travel tips
If you are planning a beach holiday, Montenegro offers you a 295 km long coast along the Adriatic Sea. A total of 72 kilometres of them are marked as beaches. From your vacation rental on the Montenegrin coast you can also visit beautiful old towns such as Herceg Novi, Budva and Kotor, which have been officially declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.2. to the famous place of pilgrimage
Absolutely impressive is the Ostrog Monastery, one of the most important monasteries of the Serbian Orthodox Church. It is situated about 15 kilometres from Danilovgrad and was built into a rock of the Prekornica Mountains. Built in the 17th century, the monastery is a popular place of pilgrimage and is equipped with a drinking fountain and some sacred relics.3 The National Park and the Mausoleum
On the mountain Lovcen you will find the national park of the same name, from which you have a wide panoramic view of the bay of Kotor, the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding landscape. There you can also visit the mausoleum of Petar II Petrovic-Njego, who was Prince-Bishop of Montenegro in the 19th century and an important poet.
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