Narrow beaches stretch along 300 km of Adriatic coastline, quaint, medieval villages, and rugged mountain edges. Small but mighty, Montenegro is enjoying its well-deserved attention. For years considered Croatia’s more off-the-beaten-path little sister, it is now emerging as one of Europe’s new major tourist destinations.
Inevitably, little space fills up quickly. While the beaches get crowded, especially in summer, Montenegro makes for endless adventures and explorations inland. Dotted with Roman villas, Orthodox monasteries, and minarets of mosques, Montenegro’s rich cultural history and its Roman influences are ever-present amidst some of Europe’s finest nature. Hit the trails at Durmitor National Park where wolves and bears still roam in freedom, discover the postcard-perfect Bay of Kotor, or spend a day in style and luxury while exploring the Adriatic waters on a rental yacht. With agreeable prices all-around, Montenegro confirms: Good things do indeed come in small packages!