Sailing on the Montenegrin coastline will make you experience breathtaking nature. You will feel the spirit of the antic and medieval culture, as well as the luxury of modern ports. Starting from one of the most beautiful bays in the world, surrounded by the rocky mountains, and going towards Ulcinj, one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic coast and heavenly Ada Bojana, you will absorb the energy of the waves and beautiful scenery.
Sailing along the coastline of baroque Perast and its palaces, the Illyrian queen’s residence in Risan, passing Our Lady of the Rocks Island (Gospa od Škrpjela) and St. George Island, will make your sails wander through the sands of time. With mistral winds carrying your sailboat, you can rest near Kotor’s old fortresses of the world cultural heritage. If you turn your helm towards Tivat, you will come across the luxurious marina of Porto Montenegro and the beautiful islands of St. Marko, Our Lady of Mercy (Gospa od milosti) and Island of Flowers (Ostrvo cvijeća). After enjoying the citadel in Herceg Novi, you can drop your anchor in the coves of Žanjice, Mirište and Trašte. Important locations also include Vranjaj Cave with prehistoric traces and Mamula Island.
In addition to Antic necropolis, Cyclopean walls and Roman mosaics, Budva also offers a widely known peninsula Sveti Stefan. The former pirate town of Ulcinj is a special attraction. Ulcinj is also known as a place where Miguel de Cervantes was a slave and where he met Dulsineja. You can rent a sailboat in marina St. Nikola in Bar, and there are also marinas in Kotor and Herceg Novi.