If you love being rewarded with a dramatic vista at every turn, this is the walk for you. Our trip through Montenegro will take you to the most iconic beauty spots, as well as lesser-known trails and historic villages. The mountainous interior abounds in expansive viewpoints, with paths following canyons and rocky outcrops – a stark contrast to the blue expanse of the Adriatic cutting into the country’s jagged coastline. Each night you’ll return to some of the region’s sleepy mountain villages or historic centres – an ideal place to soak up the local culture and lifestyle, such as in Kotor’s main square. In a region known for its fine weather, you’ll be able to step out into the sunshine during the dimmer UK months for a spell of invigorating walking in the pine-scented mountain air of the Montenegrin countryside.
Overview of the walking route
You’ll start with a choice of walks in Durmitor National Park, offering you a choice of difficulties as a warm up to the start of your holiday. After that, you will explore the mountainous interior of the country including the celebrated Tara Canyon, the second deepest gorge after the Grand Canyon, and Montenegro’s mountain lakes teeming with wildlife. The itinerary includes some of the country’s most stunning peaks. The trip will then take you to the scenic Bay of Kotor, where through exploring old forts and historic villages, all perched above glittering bays and inlets, you will come into close quarters with the varied and often dramatic history of the region. Your holiday will come to a close in the historic town of Kotor itself.
Our Accommodation choices
The accommodation we have handpicked for this trip will allow you to experience famed Balkan hospitality, including rustic B&Bs and staying with local families, who will also provide you with an opportunity to taste traditional Montenegrin cuisine. You will also be staying in a traditional village hut for an evening, letting you truly immerse yourself in the atmosphere and customs of the country. Montenegro’s medieval hamlets and old towns will provide a stunning backdrop to an evening spent at leisure after a day out walking, where the local taverns, bars and restaurants spring into life, serving specialities of the area. In Kotor, accommodation is less rural, but no less welcoming, with hotels and B&Bs often converted from the existing Venetian houses of the area.
Our Dramatic Vistas of Montenegro’s Coast & Country Itineraries
You are responsible for onward travel to your accommodation in Zabljak and from Kotor on departure, unless you have pre-booked an airport transfer.
Please note that airport transfers at either end of the holiday are recommended as public transport will be infrequent and lengthy.
We can organise additional nights/rest days, as well as transport options. Please contact us to discuss how we can help you with your specific requirements. Call one of our helpful team on +44 (0)1291 689774 or e-mail us here.
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