Montenegro is a beautiful country in the southwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula. Full of lush greenery and amazing mountainous and sea landscapes, Montenegro borders with Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Albania. Superbly located in the central Mediterranean, Montenegro boasts the cobalt Adriatic Sea that offers great views and a unique coastline with perfect beaches. The country is populated by about 620,000 natives, Bosnians, Serbs and Albanians and Montenegrin is spoken as native tongue. In Montenegro, there are UNESCO protected areas as significant cultural heritage. The towns of Cetinje, Kotor, Budva, Herceg-Novi, Old Bar and Old Town of Ulcinj attract the interest of travelers from all over the world. Petrovac is a wonderful watery haven in the country, an old historic place with Roman mosaics and other archeological artifacts. Mediterranean cuisine is awesomely blended with the local produce for superb coastal and continental dishes and there is an impressive production of wine. In Montenegro, you will be prompted to use Euro as a currency and of course credit cards are in use. The country is absolutely safe to visit, as it is tourist-friendly and warm-welcoming to everyone!
When visiting Montenegro, there are many sights and attractions worth exploring. First of all, Budva Old Town is one of the oldest urban centers in the Adriatic, with a history of over 2.500 years. It is a picturesque place to visit, with the impressive fortress and the walls that capture the eye. The Ethnographic Museum is located at the Old Town and there is a rare collection that highlights the past of Montenegro. Then, Sveti Stefan is an island considered an idyllic summer resort. Winding streets and narrow paths are offered for long strolls, while Sveti Stefan is really fashionable and cosmopolitan with stars of the jet-set choosing this destination for their getaways. Sveti Nikola Island is another fascinating attraction that is idyllic for swimming and diving in the crystal clear waters. It has been named “Hawaii of Budva” and you will definitely acknowledge this reputation. Last but not least, Petrovac (formerly known as Kastel Lastva) is a sublime region surrounded by pine trees and embraced by an inviting bay. With an effervescent nightlife on Petrovac Riva and with stunning natural surroundings, this is Montenegrin Riviera.
Besides the wonderful activities that you can engage in at the modern facilities of Monte Casa Spa & Wellness, there are amazing things that you can do throughout your stay in Montenegro. First of all, water sports are available at the coastline of the Adriatic Sea and therefore you can dive and enjoy the magnitude of the refreshing waters. Fishing is another activity that can offer you a memorable experience, while you can be lucky enough to enjoy the catch of the day right from your fishing rod to the restaurant’s grill! Excursions to the nearby attractions and hiking tours can also be arranged, in order for you to discover the hidden treasures of Montenegro!