Montenegro is a country in southern Europe that lies on the Adriatic coast on the Balkan Peninsula. It borders Serbia to the east and northeast, and Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (Republika Srpska) to the west and northwest, and Albania to the south and southeast. In the southwest, the Adriatic Sea separates it from Italy. The capital and also the largest is Podgorica, while Cetinje has the status of the capital.
It is called the pearl of the Mediterranean because of its natural beauty, which is located in such a small space. Montenegro abounds in gentle beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers and beautiful mountains. On the Montenegrin coast there are a number of beautiful cities that attract thousands of tourists from around the world every year, of which Budva and Kotor would stand out. This beauty of wild nature is showered with superlatives that every country would like. Montenegro is a country that will not leave you indifferent where you can wake up on the beautiful shores of the Adriatic Sea, have lunch on one of the lakes and enjoy the evening walking in one of its beautiful mountains. As for the mountainous part, we would single out the towns of Žabljak and Kolašin, which attract a huge number of fans of hiking, cycling and adrenaline sports.
Montenegro is one of the most interesting points in the world because on its area of 14,000 square kilometers are all the beauties of canyons, lakes, mountains and the sea of the most beautiful smell and blue color.
The forerunners of today's Montenegro are the medieval principalities of Duklja and Zeta. Montenegro had some kind of autonomy during the Turkish rule, and its independence from Turkey was confirmed at the Berlin Congress in 1878. From 1918 it was part of all three Yugoslavias. In a referendum held on May 21, 2006, the citizens of Montenegro voted for independence in relation to the state union of Serbia and Montenegro. Independence was declared on June 3, 2006. The total population is 670,000 inhabitants. The capital Podgorica with about 200,000 inhabitants makes up almost a third of the entire population.
On 28 June 2006, Montenegro became the 192nd member of the United Nations, and on 11 May 2007, the 47th member of the Council of Europe.
Montenegro is a member of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the Council of Europe and the Union for the Mediterranean. He has also been a candidate for membership in the European Union since 2010.
|Skadar Lake - the most beautiful and largest lake in the Balkans (objavljeno: 27.01.24. / 17:05h) |
|Skadar Lake is a national park and the largest lake in Montenegro and the Balkan Peninsula, which is characterized by special beauty and purity of water. The surface of the lake is 369.7 km2 and the view from the boat from its middle is impressive. The length of the lake from Vranjina to Shkodra is 40 km, and the width in some places is 14 kilometers. Depth of 4 to 6 meters, and further and further towards the west hill is even greater.
According to the seasons, it changes size depending on the inflow of water and the amount of precipitation and receives water from many rivers, the largest of which is the river Moraca. It flows along the Bojana River into the Adriatic Sea, which is partly the border with neighboring Albania. Skadar Lake is also a national park that is rich in fish and a large number of bird species, which puts it in a higher rank of the lake with the possibility of fishing and bird watching.
The number of visitors to the lake is huge, especially in the summer months, when a large number of tourists from all over the world flock to Montenegro.
The lake is full of islands and peninsulas on which there are traces of history and valuable cultural heritage: Žabljak (15th century) - the capital of the former Zeta, Lesendro - a fortress on a rock in the middle of the lake, the fortress Grmožur. Clear water and preserved ambience have enabled the development of an extremely rich eco-system. This is the only pelican habitat in southern Europe, which makes the lake even more interesting for tourist visits and observation. On the shores of the lake is a small town Rijeka Crnojevica near which are the remains of the town of Obod where the first printing house in this part of Europe was located.
Skadar Lake is a twenty minute drive from Podgorica Airport. On the shores of the lake there are many places where you can take a coffee break or lunch and rent a small boat for a magical ride on the lake. Don't forget to stop by Virpazar, a small town on the lake shore that reflects the entire history of the lake, and try fresh lake fish in one of the local national restaurants. Until your fish is ready to eat, rent a boat and enjoy and feel all the beauties of this Montenegrin pearl in an hour's drive along the lake. t
Taxi from Podgorica airport to Skadar Lake is a comfortable transfer through the plain of Zeta and all your wishes and questions will be answered by our kind drivers.
Welcome to Montenegro and enjoy your vacation.
|Plantations 13 July-largest vineyard and the best wine of the region! (objavljeno: 13.06.22. / 14:55h) |
|Only thirty kilometers from the Adriatic Sea along the shores of Skadar Lake and near Podgorica is the largest vineyard in one piece in Europe - JULY 13 PLANTAZE, PODGORICA. From here, VRANAC and KRSTAČ wines produced from the eponymous and autochthonous Montenegrin grape varieties travel all over the world, recognized for their top quality. With an annual production of 22 million kilograms of grapes, Company 13 JUL PLANTAZE is the largest producer of wine and table grapes, wine and grape brandy in the region. They hold the lead with sales of over 17 million bottled products annually. The company exports products to over 25 countries worldwide.
Until the seventies of the last century, Ćemovsko polje was a wasteland, which was then harvested by the Vranac vine. When the Ćemovsko polje project was done in 1977 with the help of the International Bank, French wine and viticulture specialist Patrick Evelyn Simon was invited to do a tasting, compare Vranac wine with other wines and conclude that it occupies a place alongside the best French wines from the area. Bordeaux. Montenegro then received 1,500 hectares of vineyards and a modern wine cellar with a capacity of 2,000 wagons. Today, it is a modern vineyard, the largest and most beautiful in Europe, with an area of 2,300 hectares with 11.5 million vines and a modern wine cellar on the hill Shipčanik.
The wine cellar is located 30 meters underground and is 356 meters long and 13.5 meters wide. It stores wine in almost ideal climatic and technological conditions. The old 2 million liters of top quality wine are aged in wooden barrels and bottles. Within the cellar is a wine shop that has 28,000 wine bottles aged 3 to 10 years.
In the Šipčanik cellar, visits can be organized with a tasting of VRANAC, KRSTAC, RESERVE, VLADIKA wines as well as Chardonnay barrique and Pro Carde wines. Of course, everything must be reserved in advance, from the dates to the smallest details, because during the year, hundreds of organized groups pass through the Shipčanik wine cellar and like to enjoy the tasting of finer wines. The wines of the company 13JUL PLANTAŽE are unmistakable in the range of offers of all bars and restaurants in Montenegro and a number of countries because they are in great demand and are of top quality and taste.
Our company taxi from Podgorica airport warmly recommends that you include a visit to the Šipčanik wine cellar in the program of your tourist or business visit and enjoy the hospitality and wines of top quality and taste.
|Montenegrin coast is unique - our pride in the Mediterranean (objavljeno: 27.01.24. / 17:06h) |
|The beautiful Montenegrin coast is 293 kilometers long and has 117 beaches with a total length of 73 kilometers. In Montenegro, you have the privilege of being able to choose the beach that best suits your taste, sandy, rocky or rocky. The beach has long, short but also small and intimate.
Queen's beach in Milocer is one of the most beautiful on the Adriatic with beautiful sand and pearly clear sea. Hidden in a century-old olive grove and pine forest, it rightly bears the name "untouchable". It is 120 meters long and was named after Marija Karadjordjevic, the Yugoslav queen.
The King's Beach in Miločer does not lag behind the Queen's Beach in terms of beauty and is a real monument of nature in the King's Park. The trademark of Budva is the beach Mogren, which is divided into two parts, Mogren 1 and Mogren 2. Towards the beach leads a narrow stone path that is protected from the sea by a metal fence for your safety and which is formed to give it even more charm.
Bečićka beach is considered one of the largest beaches in the southern Adriatic. Back in 1935, this beach won the Grand Prix in Paris and was declared the most beautiful beach in Europe. This is the beach where most elite hotels have been built, among which the 5 plus star hotel Splendid dominates and is the right place for rest and recreation.
Lučice beach in Petrovac is a beautiful bathing locality which, despite the large number of visitors, has remained intact. The small and attractive town of Petrovac would not be what it is without this fantastic page bordered by pine forest and pearly clear water.
Velika plaža in Ulcinj is the longest Montenegrin beach with the most beautiful sand as fine as flour. It stretches indefinitely and is 12 kilometers long. There are many equipped sites with different facilities that can satisfy everyone's taste, whether you like surfing or a quiet holiday in the woods by the sea.
Jaz Beach is located in Mrcevo polje and belongs to the municipality of Budva. It has been hosting big concerts for several years, featuring stars such as the Rolling Stones and Madonna.
Trsteno beach is deep inland near Budva. It is about 200 meters long, covered with fine sand and known for its beautiful sandy seabed. It organizes various events that will brighten your day by the sea and the Mediterranean sun.
Taxi from Podgorica Airport to any destination on the Montenegrin coast takes you in comfortable Mercedes E class vehicles and the new Passat and guarantees you the comfort and kindness of our cultural drivers.
|Monastery Morača (objavljeno: 24.06.20. / 16:31h) |
|Morača Monastery is an old Orthodox monastery that adorns the right bank of the Morača River on its way to the north of Montenegro. It is located at the foot of Crkvina and the church property covers the most beautiful and most tame piece of land in the area. That area belongs to the municipality of the town of Kolasin and is about twenty minutes away from the city center. It is named after the river Morača as well as the place where it is located. In the immediate vicinity of the monastery there is the Svetigora waterfall, which with its beauty gives a special charm to the monastery and its surroundings.
The monastery was built during the reign of Nemanjić, back in 1252. The monastery was burned and destroyed during the Turkish rule, as well as the frescoes on its walls, but it was later reconstructed. In the yard of the monastery, there is a small church dedicated to St. Nicholas, which symbolically associates with the ancient monastery building. Within the monastery, there is also a monastery residence where monks live who perform service and take care of the monastery yard full of beautiful roses of all possible colors. Behind the monastery, there is a monastery garden with everything, onions, raštana, chard, tomatoes, green beans, potatoes, etc. The entrance door to the monastery is unique and is handmade from ivory. The interior of the monastery is painted with frescoes that were restored by the best icon painters and returned to their former condition as much as possible. They are the real wealth of the monastery and the only real witnesses of all the misfortunes that the monastery survived during the Turkish occupation. In the monastery is the hand of the holy priest-martyr Haralampius, which is carefully guarded by the monastery monks.
Transfer from Podgorica Airport to the Morača Monastery is a journey through the picturesque canyon of the Moraca River that will leave you breathless and is unique in this area for its rocky structure and beauty ..
|Porto Montenegro (objavljeno: 29.10.23. / 14:05h) |
|Porto Montenegro is a unique luxury nautical resort located in Tivat. It houses a luxury marina for the most modern yachts, in which there are mega yachts of the richest people from the world of sports, film, music, business, etc.
The complex is dominated by the 5-star Venetian-style luxury Regent Hotel with superior service. The hotel is made to all world standards and you can get top service with a smile and style. The resort is made as a combination of the most modern business and residential buildings and does not lag behind any high class complex in the world. In the complex you can buy an apartment of the highest class that has service and maintenance throughout the year whether you are there or not. The prices are very consistent and match the quality you get.
Porto Montenegro was built by a wealthy Canadian Peter Munk who has an excellent team and extensive experience in such projects.
If your transfer or trip leads through Tivat, taxi from airport Podgorica recommends you to stop in Porto Montenegro for a short break and enjoy the hospitality and restaurants with excellent service. The complex has a shopping area with more than 50 stores of famous brands and foreign and domestic designers.
If you enjoy water sports or sailing Porto Montenegro is your right choice. ride from Podgorica Airport to Porto Montenegro takes about an hour and thirty minutes depending on traffic jams.