Discover, arrive and enjoy!
This country is made for all kinds of adventures. In winter, in summer – it doesn’t matter – you can choose from among so many things. You can explore mysterious depths of the coastal area or strength of the sea waves in the furthest south. While making your next move, experience hospitality of the people in the arms of nature. Make your own path in the wild nature.
Did you know?
- On the surface of only 13 812 km2 Montenegro has almost all forms of relief!
- The Boka Bay is the southernmost fjord in the world.
- Canyon of the river Tara is the deepest canyon in Europe
- The monastery Ostrog is one of the biggest sanctuaries in the world. It is visited by people of all religions.
- The oldest tree in Europe lives in Bar: the Old Olive Tree is over 2,000 years old. Its volume is about 10m. More than 100,000 olive trees in the municipality of Bar are more than 1,000 years old.
- Mediterranean spreads as far as the olive tree grows.
- Skadar Lake is the largest lake in the Balkans.
- Surface of Skadar Lake varies from 400 to 525 square kilometers.
- All mountain lakes in Montenegro are glacial lakes and are condemned to gradual disappearance.
- Only large predatory fish live in Plavsko Lake – five species (huchen, black mudfish, pike, burbot and chub).
- The largest specimen of huchen in Montenegro was caught in Plavsko Lake and it weighted 41.5 kg.
- There is a phoenix-plant: gentle Ramonda serbica, a flowering plant, protected by law, which grows on the slopes of the mountain of Rumija; even dry it can be revived with the first rain.
- The only habitat of black salamander (Salamadra atria) in Montenegro is on the mountain Bogićevica (Prokletije) at the altitude of 1,952 m above sea level.
- From time to time we have colored rains – yellowish or reddish. Cause: the south wind brings air from Northern Africa full of desert dust.
- A young Norwegian officer brought first skis to Montenegro in 1893.
- The first bicycle came to Montenegro at the end of the XIX century.