Nestled snugly within the Balkan Peninsula and named the “Black Mountain” after the densely forested peak of Mount Lovćen; Montenegro is rich in both cultural history and breathtaking scenery. Framed by the crystal-blue waters of the Adriatic Sea to the west and rugged mountains to the north and east, this small country offers a dramatic change in landscape across its 13,812 square kilometres. The primeval forests, rugged canyons, and powerful rivers that can be found here serve as the perfect playground for outdoor enthusiasts. For those adventurers looking for more of a cultural experience, Montenegro is brimming with scenic Medieval villages and boasts a diverse range of ethnicities, customs, and traditions that stem from periods of Slavic and Ottoman rule, as well as close ties with its European neighbours. All of this makes for an unforgettable experience in this unique and breathtaking country.
Popular methods for exploring the natural beauty and cultural charm of Montenegro are by hiking and cycling, allowing you to connect on a deeper level with this complex land. As with many countries in this region, the coastal areas of Montenegro enjoy a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters; however, in the interior, you will find subalpine weather patterns with warm summers and bitter-cold winters. Whatever time of year you choose to visit this beautiful Balkan nation, you will be sure to find a wealth of outdoor activities to suit your needs. Check out our amazing tours on offer in Montenegro!Read More
- Cycle from the mountains to the coastline of the Balkans
- Experience three distinct countries and their cultures
- Ride among jagged peaks and on Adriatic Sea-level roads