Departure4 April 2021 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
All-inclusive • Flights inc
Surrounded by majestic mountains, stunning beaches, friendly locals and a rich history, the tiny island of Montenegro is living proof that good things often come in small packages. Despite its current status as "must see" destination, you won't find the hassling scammers and aggressive touts so often associated with up-and-comers like this. Instead, you'll more likely find yourself invited in to join the locals and their families for dinner. As a borderland, splitting the east and west, its varied cultural history is clear to see with ancient monasteries, old forts and incredible ruins scattered across its shores. For the insta"saciable" out there, nothing is quite as breathtaking as the sun going down over walled cities that seem to slip into sea for a quiet dip. This truly is a land deserving of its "it" status and a must see for any traveller looking to experience something special, somewhere different.
When to visit
If you're planning a holiday in Montenegro, our top picks for the best time to travel would be anday
Temperatures are increasing and the Tara River is in full flow thanks to the melting snow, making it perfect for rafting.
Montenegro Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
3rd February 2021 by Two Monkey's TravelEat your way through Montenegro and Albania
Montenegro and Albania are becoming more desirable destinations to visit, mainly for travelers who “have seen it all” and want to engage with cultures that are not so mainstream. The rich cultures of the small, yet diverse Balkan countries, are unknown to many that may think size plays a role in what destinations can bring to the table. And tables in Montenegro and Albania prove to be exactly the opposite....
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in July
July welcomes one of the busiest holiday seasons of the year and for good reason! Scorching temperatures and summer school breaks make the Mediterranean’s beaches a frontrunner and cities explode with festivals, events and fun-filled vibes.Despite the peak season, if you travel towards the beginning of the month, you’ll still find great-value travel deals on flights, hotels and attractions. Plus, you’ll escape the school holiday rush. It’s also a great time to head north, with long...
26th January 2021 by TravelDaveWhat to do in Skopje, North Macedonia
Skopje is the capital of the Republic of North Macedonia, and it’s located in the Balkan Peninsula area of Europe. Over the years, Skopje has experienced both Roman and Ottoman rule, and you can still see influences from these periods around the city. An old 15th century stone bridge connects the Ottoman period bazaar located along the Vardar River to the city square where you will find a statue of Alexander the Great....
29th January 2021 by Savoir ThereI spy Montenegro: How I bonded with the Balkan State
I’m flying to Dubrovnik and going on assignment, but I’m not coming for a mission in Croatia at all – on the contrary I’m here to spy on what goes on in the tiny state of Montenegro. Unlike a real secret agent, I excitedly tell a handful of people in advance that I’m off to Montenegro, and the news is generally met with a sort of veiled perplexity....