There's plenty to see and do in Orahovac

Orahovac is situated in the northern part of the Kotor Municipality, separated from Dobrota by the river Ljuta. Traditionally, this is a maritime and fishing village. In the past, this village was the birth place of many famous captains and it had a fleet of 28 ships.

The Bay of Boka Kotorska

No matter whether you enter Boka by land or by sea – your experience will be the same – Boka will fascinate you!

It looks as if the mountains have cracked and let the sea in. This is the southernmost fjord in Europe. The high mountains bend over the thin coastline thus protecting it from the severe climate from the north.

That is why Boka is an oasis of Mediterranean vegetation: agave, palm, mimosa, oleander, kiwi, pomegranate, medicinal herbs. When its peaks are covered with snow, the roses bloom in the foothills.


Old Town of Kotor

Church of St. George above Orahovac

Church of St. George was built in the Middle Ages, has a graveyard around it and a great view to the Bay of Kotor. The church contains the frescoes from 15th and 16th century. The iconostasis is the work of the local artist Spiro Djuranovic.

Orahovac  is situated in the northern part of the Kotor Municipality, separated from Dobrota by the river Ljuta. Traditionally, this is a maritime and fishing village. In the past, this village was the birth place of many famous captains and it had a fleet of 28 ships.


Our Lady of the Rocks

Perast is surely one of the strangest, and by its history one of the most beautiful places in Boka Kotorska. Today it is often called the quietest town in Boka. Its narrow streets and numerous, mostly abandoned renaissance, and baroque palaces, testify about the former richness of the bay of Boka Kotorska, and about the days when there used to be led a luxurious life of its inhabitants.

Perast used to be a town of sailors, and it was know by that even outside the space of Montenegro. We can see even today that famous stone housed and captain’s palaces standing out. There are 16 preserved palaces in Perast, among them is the baroque palace Bujovic at the very entrance in Perast.

Hiking on Mount Lovcen

The national park Lovćen covers the central and the highest part of the mountain Lovćen and with total area of 62.2 square kilometres. Established in 1952, Lovćen is also full of the rich historical, cultural and architectural heritage protected by the national park. The cottages in katuns, summer settlements of cattle breeders are also typical for this part of Montenegro.

The biggest and most important monument of Lovćen national park is Petar Petrović Njegos (famous poet and philosopher) Mausoleum. The magnificent mausoleum is situated at the top of its second-highest peak, Jezerski Vrh (1657 m). Don’t miss visiting this attraction since the view from the mausoleum is breathtaking and it gives you the best panoramic view of Montenegro.


The true spirit and rich tradition of Montenegro, the best you can feel if you visit the National Park Lovcen. The beautiful nature will leave you breathless, and many historical monuments will inform and bond you with Montenegro.

The mausoleum on Lovcen, is MUST VISIT place for all the tourists. Visits tallest mausoleum in the world, will give you an unforgettable experience. Many say that when the weather is nice and clear, from Lovcen you can even see the coast of Italy.

Ivanova korita, becoming a favorite tourist destination, because their beautiful nature and climate, but also because of the Montenegrin specialties that will offer you at nice restaurants. If you want, you can also spend a few days on Lovcen. Accommodation is available in couple of beautiful new small hotels or private villas.

Boka’s night, and other festivals in August

Organizers of the manifestations in the open, have been trying for years to bring to Kotor as many tourists and guests, who are more than thrilled with numerous happenings, like traditional Kotor manifestations are: carnivals, masked balls, fisherman’s or religious fiestas, numerous cultural events intended for all generations. If those are the reasons for your visit to Kotor, than quickly and easily, at one place, and in one town, you will fell the cheeriness, good mood and you will fill your senses with positive energy.

People from Kotor will agree in the notion that the calendar year in their town stars with positive vibrations, contributing in such way that all following days in Kotor are spent in joy and celebration.


Blue Cave Boat Tour

Famous for the iridescent blue that’s reflected throughout the cave, the Blue Cave is one of Montenegro’s most popular attractions. The Blue Cave on Lustica Peninsula is one of the must-see attractions while you’re on the coast. We also take all our visiting friends and family out there and it never fails to impress.

The cave is the largest of many caves both above and under the water on Lustica Peninsula. We’ve spent untold hours in summer exploring the little nooks and crannies of Lustica Peninsula. In the past we’ve found a tiny hidden beach that you can only get to by swimming through a cave. There are also underwater cave systems here than you can explore on diving trips.


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