Magical Montenegro holidays 2021
Since achieving its independence in 2006, this young country has experienced immense evolution, becoming a key holiday destination in Europe as well as enjoying a fantastic architectural boom. With great hotels and all inclusive resorts, anyone heading on a holiday to Montenegro in 2021 will be met with immense excitement.
The offerings of the country are diverse, spanning immense cultural and historical sites as well as a gorgeous and expansive coastline, ensuring all manner of holidaymakers are compelled by a trip to this Balkan gem. Most importantly, Montenegro isn't a typically touristy destination, so expect to find some great cheap holiday deals.
Neighbouring Croatia, its popular and well-renowned cousin, Montenegro benefits from the same beauty and coastal allure, yet with a lesser influx of holidaymakers. The relatively undiscovered nature of Montenegro resulting in a more sedate and authentic experience. Whether you arrive at a culture vulture in search of historical Balkan gems, or as a beach bum looking to top up your tan, you’ll leave greatly rewarded from your time in this forward-thinking paradise.
Why book Montenegro holidays
Cultural hotspot not to miss
Stroll down 2,500-year-old Budva Old Town or discover Kotor’s Venetian Old Town
Top attractions to visit
Take in the spectacular views atop the San Giovanni Fortress or escape to Sveti Stefan's gorgeous 15th century village
Lush natural wonders
The 2nd biggest canyon in the world, Tara Canyon is best seen from Djurdjevica Tara Bridge
Discover the best beaches
Ulcinj’s Velika Plaza is a long stretch of fine beach that also hosts its own annual festival
Must-visit historical sites
Take in the beauty of Ostrog Monastery and Our Lady of the Rocks
Families love exploring Lipa Cave on a fun miniature train ride
Top resorts in Montenegro
Herceg Novi in Montenegro, Other EuropeFrom £222 per person
Located near Becici and Rafailovici, and known as the Montenegrin Miami for its 200 days of sun per year and …From £179 per person
A charming little resort on the Budva Riviera in Montenegro, Petrovac has its toes on the beach and overlooks the …From £203 per person
kotor in Montenegro, Other EuropeFrom £233 per person
Tivat in Montenegro, Other EuropeFrom £206 per person
Ulcinj in Montenegro, Other EuropeFrom £246 per person
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Your guide to Montenegro holidays
Perhaps ranking among the top things to do in Montenegro is taking a trip around the towns to absorb all of the natural and cultural beauty that is omnipresent in this wonderfully charming country along the coast. Choosing a base from which to do so is important and the UNESCO town of Kotor and the old settlement of Perast are infinitely full of character and perfect for the task in hand. Parading the numerous fortified walls, Kampana Tower and the looming castle in Kotor are great ways to start your holidays here, but with national parks and stunning mountainous terrain to juxtapose the medieval monuments you won’t be left without something to view or peruse during your stay.
The immense coastline stretching along the deep blue of the Adriatic Sea, this is the overriding image of Montenegro, sprawling beaches of sand backed by dramatic mountains or architecturally-striking old towns – the coast is a haven for those hunting for the best of both worlds during their time in Montenegro. Head toBar to experience some wonderful coastal indulgence while on your Montenegro holidays, enjoyed both on the sand and within the vibrant beachfront dining and drinking scene discovered in the town. 4km back from the coast is the old town of Bar, home to an immense set of landmarks and towering buildings, as well as, apparently, the world’s oldest olive tree.
Budva is another famed destination for those seeking the joys of the Adriatic, with some stunning beach resorts and coastal towns lining this coastline, including the breath-taking vistas of the island at Sveti Stefan and the coastal tourist resort of Becici, recognised for its laid-back atmosphere and 2km-long beach. Those inclined to explore culture and history during their holidays in Montenegro would do well in a visit to Kotor, boasting an incredible UNESCO old town, home to palaces, churches and ancient walls, while the capital city, Podgorica, is also known for its mesmerising old town, full of beautiful mosques and an imposing clock tower – providing some great respite from the coast, if you can draw yourself away from it for long enough.
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Your Montenegro questions answered
Yes! Montenegro is a great holiday destination thanks to its quieter Adriatic beaches and lush natural beauty that is still largely undiscovered by the big crowds. This is all complemented by cheap accommodation options.
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Prices last checked at 21:55 19 January 2021