The old Mediterranean port of Kotor Bay, Montenegro is remarkable for its wonderful coastal scenery and the many pretty villages and towns that dot the shore line.
Long before it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site
in 1979, the Bay has been a magnet for sailors, traders and sight-seers alike.DobrotaBacked by rocky cliffs that tumble steeply into the placid waters of Montenegro’s most famous bay
, Dobrota’s setting is as dramatic as the village is peaceful. Situated in this delightful waterfront village
is the narrow and peaceful coastal road which winds around Kotor Bay - perfect for a truly magnificent leisurely drive. The promenade is pretty special too, stretching for several kilometres along the sea, dotted with stone jetties and splendid old palaces.