Dip into the Balkans with a holiday to Montenegro
Surprises await on your trip to Montenegro
This small country is only 5,333 square metres in size, meaning you can discover much of it during one trip. Inland, this country is largely undeveloped; even the biggest city and capital Podgorica has a population of just 180,000. Despite its size, the country is home to numerous luxury hotels, many of which can be found in the capital. Further five-star hotels are located at the well-heeled beach resorts of Tivet, Budva and on Sveti Stefan island. This small, forest covered European country, tucked away in the Balkans, is a real hidden gem, and one that many global holiday-makers are still not in the know about. When you sign up as one of our valued members, however, you will get the latest and most exclusive deals on Montenegro holidays. We hand-select the very finest hotels in the country for our members, so all you need to do is come and explore it.
Explore nature at its best in Montenegro
Montenegro is a country covered in pine forest, glacial lakes and mountains and dotted with picturesque villages. The best place to go out and explore nature is in the Durmitor National Park, a UNESCO Protected Site home to 48 peaks and some of the deepest gorges in Europe. Adrenaline sports are popular in Durmitor National Park, where white water rafting, skiing and hiking are all popular visitor pastimes. Montenegro is also a hotspot for European wildlife, home to species such as dolphins, wildcat and brown bears.
The country has a small coastline, which is only 295 km long. The good news is that this small amount of Adriatic glory has been perfectly preserved for your enjoyment. As well as the beach resorts and plush marinas, there are numerous secluded places to enjoy the clear waters of this oft-overlooked coastline. The Bay of Kotor - a fjord-like bay which has UNESCO protection for both its natural and cultural heritage - is a real treasure.
Discover the historical highlights of Montenegro
The Old Town of Bar, Stari Bar, is considered the most important medieval site in the Balkans. It’s also worth trying to see one or more Stecci Medieval Tombstone Graveyards, which are found across the Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina and also enjoy UNESCO status. Enjoy this splendid country in luxury for less by signing up to our exclusive deals and gaining access to our handpicked hotel offers.