Our guests consider this trip to be the best in our offer, so that's the reason we named it this way. This is a great opportunity to feel old Montenegro and taste the traditional food in the mountain but close to the coastline and with a view of the Boka Bay...
The first viewpoint of the tour is above the beach Jaz in Budva Riviera. The Riviera is the most beautiful part of the coast, so we will stay here for a while visiting the old town of Budva and take a shot of the island Sveti Stefan. Then, we go up the hill to the old Royal Capital of Montenegro from where the road leads us to the village of Njegusi and a chance to taste local cuisine. Via a famous road with its 25 serpentine enchanting views of the Boka Bay we head back to the shore.
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We start this tour with a scenic drive from Kotor through Budva Riviera to the old town of Budva.
The first photo stop will be above the beach Jaz. The beach was the venue of the concert of the Roling Stones and Madonna.
Budva is one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic Sea. It is surrounded by ramparts originating from the XV century including a medieval fortification system with city gates, defense walls, and towers.
After the walking tour, we continue with the panoramic drive to the island of St. Stephan where we will do the photo stop. Once the fisherman's home but today one of the most expensive resorts in the world visited even by Royal families.
Now, the road leads to the interior of Montenegro. With a gazebo from the village Brajici through which the road passes is a magnificent view of Budva and Budva Riviera.
Cetinje, Old Royal Capital of Montenegro is known as the historical and cultural capital of the country. Because the atmosphere and a lot of histrical monuments, Cetinje is well know as a city-museum.
Njegusi village, our next stop, near Cetinje, it's crucial for the history of Montenegro and strongly attached to Cetinje but today attracts visitors because the traditional tasty cuisine of the area. This is a place you simply have to see, to experience, to taste.
From the village the road constantly rises and reaches an altitude of 1000 m height that provides fantastic views from this road to the "Bride of the Adriatic", Boka Bay.
Each serpentine, and there are 25 of them, presents a spectacular view of the Boka Kotorska Bay that takes your breath away, all the way to the old town of Kotor.
The old town of Kotor is a well preserved medieval urban environment typical of the towns built in the XII and XIV centuries. A great number of historical monuments have made Kotor a UNESCO listed "World Natural and Historical Heritage Site".
At your request, if you have extra time, we can organize an hour of walking around the old town of Kotor for an additional fee of 20 EUR per group, but you can do it yourself because it is a very small town 5 minutes walk from Kotor cruise port.
Note: All of our tours are private, tailor-made tours. Please feel free to create your own tour.
- Photo stop above the beach Jaz
- Walking tour of the old town of Budva
- Photo stop above the island Sveti Stefan
- Panoramic drive over Budva Riviera, photo stop
- Visiting the town of Cetinje
- Visiting the monastery of Cetinje
- Panoramic drive to the village of Njegusi via rocky mountains
- Panoramic drive above Boka bay via famous 25 serpentines, photo stops
- Optionally beach/swiming time, free of charge, at your request.
- Optionally lunchtime and visiting the smokehouse in the village (not included in the price)
- End of the tour