Montenegro, known as the Pearl of the Mediterranean, is a unique country in many ways. Bathed by the waters of the Adriatic Sea, this magical land in the Balkans contains countless surprises to captivate visitors. The list is inexhaustible, and includes natural landscapes, secluded beaches, leafy forests, crystalline lakes, rivers, canyons and magnificent mountains, perfect for exploring during a romantic getaway or a summer holiday. To help make your Montenegro holidays just magical, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts offers the best hotels in Montenegro at your fingertips.
This small country of just 620,000 inhabitants combines the characteristics of the Balkans and the Mediterranean, which makes it a very attractive destination due to its proximity to Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Croatia and Italy; making it an ideal place to enjoy a truly unique experience.
Staying in one of the Iberostar Montenegro holiday resorts, you will enjoy facilities and services of the highest quality, so you can explore this incredible country without having to worry about a thing.
Get ready to explore its impressive 300 km of coastline, while discovering a destination as fascinating as it is unknown. Come and discover!
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Perast - Montenegro
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Njivice, IgaloIberostar Herceg Novi
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Perast - MontenegroIberostar Heritage Grand Perast
From 159 €
In the nineteen-sixties and seventies, Montenegro was known as the Saint-Tropez of the Adriatic, attracting celebrities of the likes of Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren or Princess Margaret. Fortunately, it has managed to recover the tourist attraction of yesteryear, thanks to the rise of Sveti Stefan, a charming fishing village with red-roofed houses and located on an islet to the south of Budva. It is precisely in this town where one of Iberostar’s 4 star-hotels in Montenegro is waiting to welcome you.
This town of almost 20,000 inhabitants stands out for its undeniable magnetism. One of its main attractions is the old town, predominantly built in a Venetian style and carefully restored after the 1979 earthquake. There are many stories and legends about its origin. Some historians believe that the area was an island which was later, joined to the coast by a slip of sand. Among the list of sights not to be missed, there are three churches: the church of San Ivan, built in the seventh century; the church of Santa María de Punta, from the year 840, and the church of the Holy Trinity, completed in 1804.
Another place worth visiting in Montenegro is Kotor, a small coastal town nestled in the Bay of Kotor, one of the most rugged spots on the Adriatic. This picturesque town still retains an imposing wall built during the Venetian era, and is a short distance from the southernmost fjord in Europe (although it is actually a river). Surrounded by powerful limestone cliffs, this enclave offers amazing views. Due to its great scenic beauty and its historical value, this part of the Montenegrin coast, was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1979.
Within the Bay of Kotor, the town of Herceg Novi is definitely worth visiting. The town of 20,000 inhabitants has established itself as the main resort in Montenegro, and is home to one of the best Montenegro hotels. With a name that means 'new castle', the town was founded in 1382 by the Bosnian king Tvtrko I, and it has an old walled town that gives it an imposing appearance.
The last of the three unmissable places to visit in the Bay of Kotor is the captivating town of Perast. Located a few kilometres northwest of Kotor, it is characterized by its proximity to the islets of St. George and Our Lady of the Rocks, as well as the presence of beautiful Baroque buildings.
It is also worth bearing in mind that any of these locations is ideal for an excursion to the seductive Dubrovnik, in Croatia, which is considered to be the most attractive tourist destination in the Adriatic. Surrounded by city walls and an old town that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979 and 1994, this city was an important marine power in the thirteenth century, and has managed to keep its incomparable atmosphere intact.
Inland, we recommend visiting Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro and the most populated city in the country. Within the city limits you can still admire the remains of centuries of Turkish occupation, such as the clock tower.
Finally, Montenegro offers a wealth of natural landscapes, such as the Durmitor National Park (390 km²) where the 2,522 m peak Bobotov Kuk, said to be the highest in the country can be found; the Lovcen National Park (64 km²), the Biogradska Gora National Park (54 km²) and the Skadar Lake National Park (400 m²).
At Iberostar, you have a choice of three hotels that are cleverly designed so that you only have to worry about squeezing as much fun as you can into your Montenegro holidays.
If you book your room at the Iberostar Bellevue, located in Budva-Becici, you will enjoy a hotel with direct access to the beach, two swimming pools, a children's play area which is perfect for Montenegro family holidays, a sauna, a Hamman and Turkish baths (for an extra charge), massage service, gym, tennis court, show cooking demonstrations and meeting rooms for events in Budva, Montenegro.
At the same time, those who chose to visit us at the Iberostar Herceg Novi, can relax in one of the 190 rooms, of this luxury all-inclusive hotel which offers a swimming pool, direct access to the beach and live cooking demonstrations.
No less luxurious is the new Iberostar Heritage Grand Perast hotel, whose privileged location is perfect for exploring this country full of contrasts, while staying at a gorgeous 5-star hotel in Montenegro.
Check out Iberostar’s Montenegro hotel deals and book your trip to the Adriatic at the best price, and with the peace of mind to enjoy an unforgettable holiday in one of the most popular tourist destinations of the Adriatic. We are ready to welcome you here!
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