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Having only gained its independence in 2006, Montenegro is a hidden gem among those looking to find the new “It” country. Its main draw is a 293km long coastline, with pristine blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, but venture inland also to find beauty in the pine-scented mountains dotted with medieval villages which are amzing for hiking, biking and touring.
Of all the coastal destinations, the most popular are the stunning old Venetian era towns of Kotor and Budva, with medieval buildings and great local seafood on all the menus. More off the beaten tourist track, you cna check out Herceg Novi, Petrovac, Bar and Ulcinj, where a more slife of the real local life still prevails.
As more and more people have found out how beatuiful Montenegro is, investment has come in large quantities. Luxury marinas to house mega yachts, high end resorts have sprung up and amazing restaurant and cafes have made a very attractive destination… just like Porto Montenegro, where some of the lagest yachts you will ever see are catering the the rich and famous.
By heading inland, you are rewarded with a taste of local life few tend to see in the Balkans, with mountains towering over 6500ft. You can also check out the 5 national parks in search of bears, wolves and lynx, or go rafting on the River Tara in Europe’s deepest canyon.