Breathatking natural spectacles
Translated, Montenegro is the ‘Black Mountain’, but this is by no means a worthy description, because the country shines with colour and versatility. Due to the pleasant and sunny climate, colourful flowers bloom almost all year round. The water in the bays shines in crystal clear turquoise, dark green fig trees adorn the mountain peaks and rushing rivers accompany the picture of Montenegro’s wild beauty. Naturally, the hospitable Montenegrins have long been aware of the natural wonders and were the first country in the world to be declared an environmental state. On the hiking tour in Montenegro you will not only encounter breathtaking natural wonders, but also numerous cultural sights.
Hiking to the Bay of Kotor
The largest remaining Romanesque cathedral in the city of Kotor was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Through the medieval cityscape in the coastal city of Kotor, history comes alive and art and architecture lovers will definitely get their money’s worth. A particularly picturesque photo opportunity for every visitor is looking over the Bay of Kotor, which could be the famous Norwegian fjords. On the trails of Montenegro through the loneliest of mountain landscapes you travel to glittering lakes, light blue bays and historic buildings – Montenegro shows its most natural side to hikers.