Porto Montenegro lies on the breathtaking Boka Bay on the northern coast of Montenegro, close to the border with Croatia. Excellent communication links, including three nearby international airports, make it is easily accessible from most major European cities and from destinations further afield.
A land of almost impossible natural beauty, the Balkan state of Montenegro is a study in contrasts. Dramatic mountains slope from snowy ski resorts to glittering Adriatic waters. Bears and wolves prowl unspoiled temperate forests. While picturesque villages, fortified towns and romantic islands dot the breathtaking coastline.
A gently meandering, butterfly-shaped inlet of the Adriatic Sea, the Bay of Kotor – known locally as Boka kotorska, or simply the Boka – is Europe’s southernmost fjord. Settled since prehistoric times, the bay has seen great maritime civilisations come and go, from Illyrians to Venetians and Ottomans, and today welcomes the world’s yachting elite.
Porto Montenegro, the Bay of Kotor and the surrounding region are rich with things to see and do, from areas of outstanding natural beauty and historical sites, to unforgettable experiences, and arts and cultural events and attractions.
Herceg Novi, Montenegro