PEARLS OF MONTENEGRO & CROATIA:
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Explore with us the most beautiful pearls of South Adriatic starting from Montenegro which combines a spectacular destination with a world-class marina, 5*hotels, leisure and cultural activities, UNESCO protected monuments and towns.

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Boka Bay is among 25 loveliest bays in the world.

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Kotor is home to 18 churches and cathedrals.

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More than 200 bird species in the Krka River area.

Bay of Kotor is one of the country’s famous landmarks is the UNESCO-enlisted Bay of Kotor.

 

Breathtaking and beautiful, the beauty of the Bay of Kotor will leave you speechless, it is often called Europe’s southernmost fjord with towering peaks surrounding rocky coastline and dotted with centuries-old seaside towns.

St. Tryphon Cathedral is a catholic church that isone of the most recognized symbols of the city.

Built in 1166 AD, it is regarded as one of the best preserved and most beautiful medieval fortified towns in the Mediterranean. Kotor is home to 17 churches and 1 cathedral.

Dubrovnik is known as ‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’; this walled, sea-battered city is set at the foot of a grizzled mountain.

An essentially Medieval town reshaped by Baroque planners after a disastrous earthquake of 1667, Dubrovnik’s historic core seems to have been suspended in time ever since.

Fortica Hvar is a fortress looking down over Hvar and Pakleni Islands, at the height of 100 meters above sea level.

 

Looming high above the town and lit with a golden glow at night, this medieval castle occupies the site of an ancient Illyrian settlement dating from before 500 BC.

Split is a special city that leaves no one indifferent.

Stone houses and narrow streets are a perfect blend of the glorious past and the challenging present. The charm of this city is hard to resist. In every step, you can feel the Mediterranean inviting you to feel the warmth of the city where the stone and sun have been meeting each other for centuries.

Krka National Park and its waterfalls, are one of eight UNESCO protected heritage sites in Croatia!

It is definitely a “must see” when you travel to the Croatian coastline. The Park is specific for it’s magnificent composition of colors and fragrances, as well as for it’s fantastic “sound system” created by the author known as Mother Nature. Exceptional for their natural value, Krka waterfalls include preserved eco systems with over than 200 bird species living in the area, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe.

bay of kotor

Bay of Kotor is one of the country’s famous landmarks is the UNESCO-enlisted Bay of Kotor.

Breathtaking and beautiful, the beauty of the Bay of Kotor will leave you speechless, it is often called Europe’s southernmost fjord with towering peaks surrounding rocky coastline and dotted with centuries-old seaside towns.

St. Tryphon Cathedral

St. Tryphon Cathedral is a catholic church that isone of the most recognized symbols of the city.

Built in 1166 AD, it is regarded as one of the best preserved and most beautiful medieval fortified towns in the Mediterranean. Kotor is home to 17 churches and 1 cathedral.

dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is known as ‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’; this walled, sea-battered city is set at the foot of a grizzled mountain.

An essentially Medieval town reshaped by Baroque planners after a disastrous earthquake of 1667, Dubrovnik’s historic core seems to have been suspended in time ever since.

fortica hvar

Fortica Hvar is a fortress looking down over Hvar and Pakleni Islands, at the height of 100 meters above sea level.

Looming high above the town and lit with a golden glow at night, this medieval castle occupies the site of an ancient Illyrian settlement dating from before 500 BC.

split

Split is a special city that leaves no one indifferent.

Stone houses and narrow streets are a perfect blend of the glorious past and the challenging present. The charm of this city is hard to resist. In every step, you can feel the Mediterranean inviting you to feel the warmth of the city where the stone and sun have been meeting each other for centuries.

krka national park

Krka National Park and its waterfalls, are one of eight UNESCO protected heritage sites in Croatia!

It is definitely a “must see” when you travel to the Croatian coastline. The Park is specific for it’s magnificent composition of colors and fragrances, as well as for it’s fantastic “sound system” created by the author known as Mother Nature. Exceptional for their natural value, Krka waterfalls include preserved eco systems with over than 200 bird species living in the area, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe.

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