Our self guided Montenegro walking holidays include two distinct regions – the coastal area (South Montenegro) with some of Europe’s most breathtaking scenery, where the Black Mountains meet the shores of the Adriatic Sea, and the northern region with its magnificent peaks, lakes and national parks.
Old Montenegro and Boka Kotorska Bay self-guided walking holiday offers a truly wonderful itinerary which includes some of the best walks in Southern Montenegro, considered to be one of the most breathtaking areas in the whole of Eastern Europe. Accommodation is in a 4* hotel in Lovcen National Park and a lovely guesthouse in Perast.
Our Complete Montenegro Discovery walking holiday features the highlights of North and South Montenegro, including the beautiful Biogradska Gora – one of the last three primaeval rainforests in Europe, Durmitor National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage site, Lovcen National Park, and the fjord-like Kotor Bay, one of the most breathtaking coastal areas in Europe.
The Summits and Lakes of North Montenegro Walking Holiday features two of the most beautiful untouched natural environments in Europe, including the exquisite natural wonder of Biogradska Gora, a UNESCO Biosphere reserve, one of the last three primeval rainforests in Europe, and Durmitor National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Old Montenegro and Boka Kotorska Bay strenuous itinerary includes some of the best walks in Southern Montenegro, considered to be one of the most breathtaking areas in the whole of Eastern Europe. Accommodation is at a 4*hotel in Lovcen National Park and a 4* seaside hotel in Perast.
South Montenegro and Kotor Bay in Style centre-based self guided walking holiday offers a truly wonderful itinerary which includes some of the best walks in South Montenegro, considered one of the most breathtaking areas in Europe. You will stay in two hand-picked four star hotels and these are both included along circular routes that give you the best scenery available of Lovcen National Park and Boka Kotorska Bay (UNESCO site).
Our Montenegro walking holidays offer truly wonderful itineraries which include some of the best walks in Montenegro, considered one of the most breathtaking areas in Europe.
Our itineraries on the Montenegrin coast include walks in Lovcen National Park and Vrmac Peninsula, with amazing views of the beautiful bay of Kotor and a chance to experience the tranquil old world charm of Perast.
Our North Montenegro walking itinerary covers the mountain regions of this truly breathtaking country and includes hiking in two of the most beautiful untouched natural environments in Europe, the serene natural beauty of Biogradska Gora, a UNESCO Biosphere reserve and one of the last three primeval rainforests in Europe and Durmitor National Park a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Our Complete Montenegro walking holiday allows you to walk the length and breadth of Montenegro in a two-week scenic self guided walking tour, which takes in all the iconic sites of this beautiful country.
The Pearl of the Mediterranean, unique in many ways, is situated in the south of the Adriatic, in South-eastern Europe. Nowhere else can you find so much natural wealth, beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers, and gorgeous mountains in such a compact area as in Montenegro. In the morning you can wake up along the beautiful Adriatic coast, have lunch on the banks of Skadar Lake, and enjoy an evening walk in the Montenegrin mountains. Montenegro cannot leave you indifferent.
Montenegro (Montenegrin: Crna Gora/Црна Гора, meaning “Black Mountain”) has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the southwest and is bordered by Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast, Kosovo to the east, and Albania to the southeast. Its capital and largest city is Podgorica, while Cetinje is designated as the Old Royal Capital.
Montenegro ranges from high peaks along its borders with Serbia, Kosovo,[a] and Albania, a segment of the Karst of the western Balkan Peninsula, to a narrow coastal plain that is only 1.5 to 6 kilometres (1 to 4 miles) wide. The plain stops abruptly in the north, where Mount Lovćen and Mount Orjen plunge into the inlet of the Bay of Kotor.
Montenegro’s large Karst region lies generally at elevations of 1,000 metres above sea level; some parts, however, rise to 2,000 m (6,560 ft), such as Mount Orjen (1,894 m), the highest massif among the coastal limestone ranges. The Zeta River valley, at 500 m (1,600 ft), is the lowest segment.
The mountains of Montenegro include some of the most rugged terrain in Europe, averaging more than 2,000 metres in elevation. One of the country’s notable peaks is Bobotov Kuk in the Durmitor mountains, which reaches a height of 2,522 m (8,274 ft). Owing to the hyper humid climate on their western sides, the Montenegrin mountain ranges were among the most ice-eroded parts of the Balkan Peninsula during the last glacial period.