An excellent family choice, all inclusive Montenegro holidays are a cost effective destination for families and couples looking a budget holiday with decent facilities. So where is Montenegro? The small country of Montenegro is on the southern Adriatic and formerly belonged to Yugoslavia. On the coastline there is a warm Mediterranean climate, in the surrounding area rich mountains, the Dinaric Alps peak at over 2500 meters altitude.
Cheap holidays all inclusive in Montenegro give tourists an opportunity to grasp the magnificence of the Balkans; this entails some of the most surprising beaches within Europe. Spectacular beach resorts like Budva or Becici are possibly the finest you will find anywhere. Why not give Montenegro a try with the original all inclusive experts, mix and match with country and beach; Montenegro, one of the best kept secrets for holidays today.
So what will a holiday in Montenegro tourists from the UK? Apart from the incredible low prices of the facilities within the resorts there are incredible and mysterious lakes, foothills, thick woodlands and best of all unspoiled beaches. Although a relative newcomer on the holiday field the Montenegro community have welcomed holiday business to their country. The generosity you will get from the locals is unsurpassed within Europe who will be only too glad to have you sample their time-honoured foods and wines.
Why Breaks in Montenegro?
Montenegro is an incredibly varied country and is a perfect destination for a beach holiday. Nature fans and hikers come here to see the scenery. Appealing little towns lure you in for a leisurely walk – and as Montenegro is inexpensive, will be light on your wallet. There are a few large all inclusive hotels, but mainly self-catering apartments and bed and breakfast hotels. Montenegro has a selection of all inclusive resorts to select from. One popular selection is the resort of Budva which is a well-known historical town with a stylish beach right on the coastline of the Adriatic. An alternative that is increasing in reputation is Becici.
Popular is the bay of Kotor with the backdrop of soaring mountains, we recommend you take stroll through this picturesque car-free old town. There is the town of Perast with its classic ruins. The most well-known for holidays in Montenegro is the stunning small town of Budva. This gorgeous old town lies on a peninsula and is bordered by a city wall. Since the 1970’s earthquake the old town was recreated true to the original. This is a lively location home to numerous hotels, cafes and restaurants lengthways along the promenade stretching all the way to Becici.
A place worth at least a visit is the island of Sveti Stefan. The previous fishing village is now an authentic tourist resort displaying attractive old houses linked by a causeway to the mainland, where there is a beautiful sandy beach.
If you book all inclusive holidays in Montenegro you could include a visit to the Durmitor National Park, with high mountains and clear lakes the Durmitor National Park which makes the World Heritage List http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/100 provides good hiking, swimming or fishing. Here nature lovers get value for their money with a double dose of Lake Skadar to the Albanian border. The lake is bordered by a beautiful and natural landscape that’s a paradise for birds.
A trip to the small town of Cetinje makes for an interesting approach to Budva via a winding road, close to the town is a monastery which is open to visitors.
Map of Montenegro
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