Boat rental in Montenegro
Montenegro has something of indomitable, of that Europe even without the hustle and bustle of the great tours that France, Spain or Italy have already trodden, but at the same time it is convenient not to be fooled by appearances. Montenegro sells security, nature, beaches, environment, historical heritage and nature in abundance.
This small country in southeastern Europe is a place that is increasingly in demand by sailing lovers. Ideal destination for boat rentals, With almost 300 km of coastline bathed by the Adriatic Sea, boat rental in Montenegro offers you the possibility of discovering one of the countries with the greatest cultural influences. As soon as you arrive at Tivat airport, you will begin to appreciate the beauty of Montenegro.
Cities like Kotor, Dobra Luka Bay or Lustica Bay will leave you speechless. And don't forget to enjoy the sun and the beautiful beaches in the area! Snorkel, relax and enjoy the crystal clear waters, this country has a lot to offer!
Montenegro is nestled between the rugged coastlines and deep river valleys. The star of this land is its fabulous old town and its old fishing villages. These rustic treasures contrast well with the sparkling blue waters of the coastline.
Although rugged, Montenegro has a sense of classic glamor, embodied in its spectacular landscapes. Whether it is enjoying its coastline or quietly exploring the charming ancient towns and cities, this is an absolutely beautiful destination and you will surely enjoy a dream vacation on board with a full crew at your service, with the boat rental in Montenegro from Ocean Charter Club.
Montenegro (Crna Gora, the Black Mountain that the Venetians called) already receives a significant number of travelers, and tourism is booming, especially on the coast where cities like Kotor have a daily hustle of cruises that sail the fjord to the magical city. medieval, whose walls seem to go up to the sky.
San Jorge Island
Its magical bay offers panoramic photos from many angles, especially if we climb the roads inland. The towns that follow one another catch us each with their spells, Herceg Novi with its promenade, Risan with its Roman mosaics, Perast with the terraces in front of the island of Saint George and Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Skrpjela).
Sea and mountains nurture a gastronomy that has many influences ranging from Mediterranean food and recipes to Balkan dishes and Turkish cuisine. Montenegrin wine is one of the great gastronomic discoveries, with routes that allow us to get to know the vineyards and wineries, always accompanied by the rich smoked sausages.
There are very good connections to Montenegro, from many European cities, especially to Podgorica or Tivat
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