Bajova kula Beach
Situated on the way to Perast, this pebbly beach is local favourite. Around 60m in length the beach is densely surrounded by fragrant laurel trees, with crystal clear and extremely clean water. The beach can be approached by road or sea and there is a quay where Kotor inhabitants moor their boats.
Another popular destination with the people of Kotor, this 1000m long, pebbly beach is sunny the whole day. As with others in the region the water is clear and clean and is surrounded by lush vegetation.
Other beaches are situated along the Lustica peninsula – Oblatno is a small rocky beach with a single café; Jaz is a long sandy beach much favored by the locals, with various restaurants and cafes; Rose at the tip of the peninsula is a charming small fishing village with several restaurants. Mirista is a great day out and you can take short trips on local boats during the season – either to Herceg Novi with its promenade of shops and live music café’s, or to the extraordinary blue cave; similar to Capri’s Blue Grotto. Another charming place to visit for lunch and a swim is Bigova – an old fishing village.
Montenegro has 2 ski resorts Kolasin and Zabljak. Although both resorts may not have as many ski runs as its more established European neighbours, it still provides something for every skier. How many countries can boast a climate where you can ski in the morning and only 2 hours drive away you could be on the beach sunbathing?!