Family friendly

A place for all the family

Few destinations are better suited for families than Porto Montenegro. Fine, sun-drenched summers – with more than 280 days of sunshine a year – the spectacular Bay of Kotor, and a safe, warm and welcoming environment provide the perfect playground for making memories of childhood that will be cherished for a lifetime.

Rooms & Apartments

There is a wide variety of family-friendly holiday accommodation in Porto Montenegro. The Regent Porto Montenegro hotel offers children’s facilities including cots and infant beds, along with two dedicated children’s pools. While our range of holiday apartments offer the convenience of self-catering family accommodation in a luxury home-from-home.

Events & Activities

Porto Montenegro is alive with activities for children, particularly during the long days of summer. Sailing and boating on the Bay is popular with kids of all ages, with tuition and courses offered by PMYC. While on land, a host of sports and activities – including archery, tennis, kids’ theatre and laser clay shooting – ensures there is always something to keep your children busy all day, every day.

Play Areas

Porto Montenegro offers a wide range of options for safe and secure play. The sprawling Arena lawns offer acres of space for activities of all kinds. Close by, the Pirate Ship playground is perfect for younger children, while Captain’s Park is a favourite for family picnics and nature walks. 

Clubs and Camps

KSI Summer Camp is designed to provide children from ages three to 16 with an opportunity to have fun and make friends, and to discover and develop their talents through a variety of games and activities. On the football field, the Real Madrid Foundation Football Camp allows boys and girls to receive professional coaching and live out their footballing dreams.

Knightsbridge School International

Knightsbridge School is the leading international day and boarding school in Montenegro, providing high quality IB education for boys and girls aged from three to 18 years. Modelled on the London school with which it shares its name, it encourages and enables pupils to become creative, critical and reflective thinkers.