Discover Montenegro with Paradise Yacht Charters. This beautiful country boasts 72 miles of coast, ancient civilizations, cathedrals, museums, cultural events, botanical gardens, rough mountain canyons and gorges, white water, caves, and 35 beaches, some with international quality service. Boka Bay is the southernmost fjord in the world. There are ports in Budva, Kotor and Petrovac. The New York Times, special edition, put Montenegro in 12th place on the list of destinations to be visited in 2013.
In the center of the Adriatic coast, lying on a small peninsula, surrounded by walls built in the 15thcentury stands Budva. According to legend it was founded by a Phoenician. Budva is laid out with narrow streets, squares, and monuments from various cultures. With exotic landscapes, Budva is described as mystical, challenging and seductive yet relaxing.
The Rivera of Budva has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild but rainy winter and long dry summers. Budva has 2,300 sunny hours in a year, which makes it the top tourism metropolis in the Mediterranean.
Budva, with it’s exotic flora and fauna, unique beaches, and clear skies is an ideal place for rest and reinvigoration. The Riviera of Budva belongs to this protected zone abounding in diverse bird species mainly Mediterranean and high cliffs.
In Kotor Bay lies the walled city of Kotor at the foot of Mt. Lovcen. Boasting two thousand years of turbulent history, the town of Kotor has many ancient buildings, walls, gates, churches, and castles. In Old Town, the Maritime Museum of Montenegro houses examples of the rich maritime heritage of this country. Best of all, the people are gracious and welcoming.
Experience beauty, history, romance and excitement in this top Mediterranean destination.
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