From the beach, bumming luxury-lover to the hiking history-buff, Montenegro is a country that’s vibrant, dynamic and filled with wild beauty that makes the country dreamy. Depending on your accommodations, choices of food and length of stay, a trip to Montenegro could be a history-filled outdoors adventure, quick and cheap holiday or a luxurious getaway – and that’s the best part about it: you can make it anything you want it to be.
Here are 12 places around Montenegro that I feel fortunate that I am surrounded by and they need to be placed on your next travel itinerary.
1. Tara Canyon
2. Stari Bar
3. Sveti Stefan
5. Jaz and Bečići Beaches, Budva
6. Lake Skadar
7. Biogradska Gora
8. Velika Plaža, Ulcinj
9. Porto Montenegro, Tivat
10. Our Lady of the Rocks
11. Ostrog Monastery
You’re almost completely guaranteed good weather in Montenegro in the Spring. Later on in the summer, you can expect about 12 hours of sunshine a day and temperatures in the 30s (80s – 90s Fahrenheit). You’ll also hardly see a drop of rain in July and August. Since moving to Montenegro, I am a big fan of this country in this month (April), May, September and October, when the weather is a cooler and the crowds are much smaller. You’ll still see plenty of sun, but the temperature will be more comfortable, around the mid 20s (70s Fahrenheit).
Do you have any suggestions on where to go or what to see in Montenegro? Leave them in the comments below!