Balkan beautyMontenegro is not a destination that immediately springs to mind when considering a European holiday but it should be! With spectacular scenery, tranquil and lively resorts plus great beaches, it's a perfect choice for travellers looking for somewhere a little different yet still within a short flight distance of the UK.
There's much to see and experience when you visit Montenegro - from the pristine beaches on the coast and charming whitewashed old towns and the lively vibe of Budva.
Overall, it's a country with stunning natural beauty and a wonderful destination to pair with Croatia for a twin-centre holiday.
Flight time from London is approximately 3 hours and 5 minutes
Time Difference: GMT + 1 hr
We can provide general information about any health formalities required for your trip but you should check with your own doctor for your specific circumstances. Up-to-date travel advice can be obtained from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.
Montenegro enjoys a Mediterranean climate on the coast whilst alpine conditions prevail in the mountains. Between July and August (peak season), the average coastal temperate is 27 degrees Celsius and winters are mild with an average temperature of 7 degrees Celsius.
Leisure & Activities
Set on the coast, Kotor is steeped in tradition and history and boasts some of the most scenic views you're likely to see in Montenegro. Explore the cobbled streets, atmospheric squares and beautiful bay to make some unforgettable holiday memories.
Have your cameras at the ready when you visit this pretty-as-a-picture island. Connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway, the 15th-century stone villas overlook a pink sand beach and the sparkling turquoise waters of the Adriatic.
Budva: A lively coastal town which has a charming Old Town to explore, historic monuments, stunning sea views and a vibrant nightlife scene.