Montenegro boasts unspoiled beauty and clean, clear waters. Still a relatively undiscovered gem where eastern Europe meets west, the the country's 150km coastline has countless uninhabited islands, secret coves and charming harbours alongside unique historical sites. Equally magnificent is Montenegro’s mountainous interior with its monasteries, river canyons, wildlife reserves, glacial lakes and one of the world’s most important national parks, Durmitor.
Home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Montenegro is rapidly growing in popularity as a tourist destination. As the world wakes up to the charms of this tiny Balkan state, strict governmental controls ensure that development remains limited and the country's diverse landscape is well protected.