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Montenegro Sailing Adventure from Dubrovnik

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Trip Overview
Rugged Adriatic Coast, ancient port cities and the sheltered waters of the Bay of Kotor make Montenegro a dreamy place for an eight-day sailing adventure. While neighbouring Croatia has long been a marine travel hotspot, Montenegro remains something of a hidden sailing gem. Spend several days exploring both the popular and the little-seen treasures of the Bay of Kotor and the Montenegro Coast, lounging in a striped beach chair among the beautiful people of Budvar one day, and slurping fish chorba at a tiny local restaurant in the village of Bigovo the next. This limited season sailing tour is the ideal way to explore this Balkan beauty.
Essential Info
Starts: Dubrovnik - Adriactic Coast - Herceg Novi
Ends: Dubrovnik
Ages: Min 15
Theme: Sailing
Trip Code: IZSRM
Countries visited: Croatia, Montenegro
What's Included


No meals included




Overnight boat (7 nights)

Trip Highlights

•   Sail between towering cliffs and into the fjord-like Bay of Kotor, where ancient mountain hamlets are stuffed with World Heritage-listed villages and sublime beaches.

•   Snorkel the clearest water in the Mediterranean and cool off with daily swim stops at secluded coves and bays, whenever it takes the group's fancy.

•   Dine on some of the world’s freshest seafood. Grilled, fried and cooked to perfection in tiny waterfront restaurants where recipes have been perfected over generations.

•   From the winding walls that lead to the Castle of San Giovanni in Kotor to the 15th-century Podmaine Monastery in Budva – this trip is sure to delight amateur historians.

•   Spend the night docked in Perast, a quiet village with dozens of historic churches, palaces and villas that nonetheless remains free of tourist crowds.

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Itinerary & Notes
Welcome to Dubrovnik! Leave behind the gorgeous but busy city for the quieter waters of Montenegro with embarkation at 3 pm. After sailing through customs checkpoints in Cavtat and Zelenika, sit back and relax as we clip towards Herceg Novi. If conditions are optimal, the vessel should arrive in Herceg Novi by about 8 pm, meaning you’ll likely be able to catch the first of many magical sunsets from the deck en route. Founded in 1382, Herceg Novi is your historic entry point to the Bay of Kotor and a fabulous city in its own right. With an evening spent at port, you’ll have time to explore the tree-lined squares of the city at your leisure this evening and tomorrow. With its narrow and steep stone stairways, the city makes for a picturesque place to explore on foot. In daylight hours, perhaps walk up to the terrace of Gradska Kafana cafe, where any spilled sweat will be rewarded with a coffee and unparalleled views of the point where the exit of the Bay of Kotor meets the open sea. If conditions permit, it may also be possible to visit the WWII-era warship tunnels that line the bay’s opening.
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