Best ThIngs To Do In Kotor
Kotor Old Town
All about Kotor Old Town
Square of Flour
St Nicholas of Seamen Church, Pima Palace, Buca Palace
Gregorina Palace, Maritime Museum, Karampana, Bokelian Navy Head Office
Perast, beautiful town near Kotor
Kotor in World Heritage List of UNESCO
Our Lady of the Rocks, is also the name of the church which is located on the island of the same name. Gospa od Skrpjela, Our Lady of the Rocks is a manmade island which was formed by many sailors in hundreds of years. The church and the island have a great cultural and historical importance for the locals. The island can be visited by boat departing from the coastal cities of Montenegro.
Sveti Djordje is a natural island off the coast of Perast on the Bay of Kotor. On the island there is the monastery of Sveti Djordje dating back to the 12th century and the old graveyard for the nobles of Perast. Tourists are not allowed to go on the island. The island is also known as the island of the dead because of the graveyard.
Sveti Stefan is an islet, on which there’s a resort hotel and the Villa Milocer, operated by the international group of Aman Resorts since 2009. Once an island, now connected to the main land by a narrow manmade road. Sveti Stefan is located 6 km / 3.7 miles of Budva between the villages Przno and Sveti Stefan. The resort hotel on the island has 50 rooms and 8 grand suites in the Villa Milocer.
Island Mamula, known as Lastavica, is located at the entrance of the bay between Lustica and Herceg Novi, near Zanjic Beach. The fort on the island which covers almost 90% of the area, was built in 1853 by Austro-Hungarian admiral Lazar Mamula to prevent the enemies to enter the Bay of Kotor. After 1942, the fort was turned into a concentration camp during the period of Mussolini. It was the time when torture and cruelty took 150 lives.