Starting from the historical city of Herceg Novi and spanning over the 120 km long Adriatic coastline, but before ending it by the multi-religious Ulcinj, Montenegro villages are known as the land of “a hundred old stories”, where you can get lost while exploring the culture, climbing the walls, hiking the mountains or just enjoying local gastronomy.
From the picturesque city of Perast, the ancient cities like Bar and the fairytale-like Kotor, the most eye-popping sites that can be found alongside rocky coastline are indeed villages in Montenegro who are almost created to indulge, entertain and give the best relaxation time for the visitors.
But, the villages of Montenegro are not only beauty and adventures. Hand in hand with the mesmerizing nature that bursts with health goes the difficult and diverse historical heritage that formed Montenegro as we know it today.
Here are the 5 best coastal villages in Montenegro you simply can’t miss on your next adventure through the Balkans. These Montenegro villages are chosen not by their popularity, but for the stories one must acknowledge for better understanding of the Montenegrin tradition and culture.