Montenegro is a country in Europe located close to Serbia, Croatia, Albania, and Kosovo. It is also has the Highlands, Old Montenegro, Old Herzegovina, and the Bay of Kotor, to name a few. The topography of the country is basically characterized by its rugged European mountains, river valleys, and long coast, which is facing the Adriatic Sea and a common venue for a good sailing in Montenegro.
A yacht charter can cruise all the way to the Gulf of Kotor, or Boka Kotorska Bay. It’s a fjord located in the southernmost portion of Europe. It has a very beautiful history as well as extremely old civilization. Sailing through the bay, you can see several small coastal towns, such as Dobrota. You can also find Lady of Skrpljel or Gospa od Skrpjela and St George. Risan, meanwhile, has a lot of artifacts related to classical culture. For example, a patrician villa composed of mosaic floors is well-preserved and open to visitors. These inlets are nearvery close to Perast, home of the sailors. If you disembark here, you can take a tour to the Town Museum or Bujevic’s Palace.
Budva is another coastal town found in Montenegro. Famous beaches include Becici, Maestral, Milocer, and Przno, where you can kayak, swim, canoe, or dive. There are also rugged cliffs with hiking trails.
Montenegro has a lot of beautiful bodies of water, such as Velika Plaza, the longest beach found in the Adriatic Sea. At the town proper, you can find lots of restaurants, bars, shopping booths, galleries, and hotels, where you can stay for a day or two.
There’s surely a good reason why sailing in Montenegro is popular. It gives you an opportunity to see the very clear waters, the picturesque mountains, and the small coastal towns that make up the country.