Montenegro is a pristine location with rugged mountains, medieval villages, and a strip of golden sand bathed by the Adriatic Sea. Sail around the Bay of Kotor dotted with coastal churches and fortified towns, or visit Budva a glamorous crystalline playground for mega yachts with a lively nightlife.
Below is a sample 7-day yachting itinerary in Montenegro. Enjoy.
Begin cruising towards Kotor through the stunning Bay of Kotor and its blue waters surrounded by lush, adriatic green vegetation. Tender ashore to explore this Old Town gem; savour the local fresh seafood and taste the Vranac Montenegrian wine. As night falls, sail to Stari Mlini Restaurant to dine at Kotor’s remarkably charming old medieval flour mill.
Drop anchor at Perast (50-Min Cruise), an elegant old town with two picturesque island churches. Visit the man-made island of Our Lady of the Rocks, and admire the monastery laying on Sveti Djordje. Later cruise to Verige (10-Min Cruise) for an afternoon swim where the fresh water from the mountains run into the warm bay. By night, dine at Konoba Catovica Mlini, one of the most beautiful restaurants in Montenegro.
Begin your day cruising the stunning Tivat Bay (2-Hour Cruise), past its beautiful islands, and step ashore to spend the morning at Nikki Beach Montenegro. In the afternoon, set sail to Herceg Novi (1-Hour Cruise), Montenegro’s fortified city and tie up to explore its charming old town and the Savinia Monastery. As the day ends, sail past Mamula, and over to Zanjic (1-Hour Cruise) to dine at the Fisherman’s village restaurant, Ribarsko Selo, for the best seafood in Montenegro.
Set sail towards Almara Beach and stop to explore Montenegro’s Blaue Grotte (1-Hour Cruise), famous for the shimmering blue reflected throughout the cave. Step ashore at Almara Beach (1-Hour Cruise), one of the few sandy beaches in the area, and spend the day lounging at the Beach Club with its DJ playing and enjoy an evening dinner onshore.
Anchor for lunch at Bigova, a small fishing village in a beautiful cove with a family-owned restaurant offering specialty seafood dishes. Once in Budva, step ashore to explore its charming Old Town sitting over crystalline waters. Dine at one of Dukley Gardens amazing beachfront restaurants and end your day at Top Hill, one of the most beautiful nightclubs in the Balkans.
Wake up in Budva, Montenegro’s playground for mega yachts, and cruise to Sveti Stefan, Montenegro’s most famous and beautiful landmarks. Tender ashore for lunch at Olive Restaurant, and later spend the rest of the day on Queen’s Beach with its pink sands, turquoise sea and pine and olive tree backdrop. By night, dine at the world famous Nobu restaurant.
Spend the morning lounging in one of Sveti Stefan’s amazing beaches and later cruise back to Porto Montenegro to spend the rest of the evening lounging in its impressive infinity pool. As night falls, make your way to dine at De Gustibus, an exquisite seafood rooftop restaurant overlooking the bay. End your trip at Platinum, another one of Montenegro’s exclusive nightclubs.