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Located in south-eastern Europe, the tiny republic of Montenegro is a beach-lover’s paradise. With an 293 km coastline, made up of 117 stunning beaches that total 73 km in length.
Montenegro is a land blessed by exceptional versatility and colourful contrasts with unmatched natural beauty and centuries of traditions, still visible in the small villages along the coast. Combine Montenegro's mild Mediterranean climate which boasts an average of 240 sunny days each year, with some of the finest beaches imaginable, calm turquoise waters of the Adriatic and the fantastic hospitality of the local people and you will no doubt agree that Montenegro is definitely the undisputed pearl of Europe.
Marvel at the seaside stone-built towns in a sunny blue bays with lovely beaches of small pebbles and coarse sand, guarded by the lofty peaks of the Montenegrin mountains. Sub-tropical climate with lush flowers and shrubs, olives and mimosas growing in the brilliant sunshine. A truly hospitable and relaxing atmosphere which dappled by the open-air stages, festivals and celebrations make the summer in Budva, Petrovac and Becici an ever lasting moment.
Please read on, to discover why holidays to Montenegro are like no other and could be just what you are looking for!
Montenegro is the pearl of the Mediterranean, with its wealth of beauty and mild beaches. There are a great variety of water sports offered at the main resort beaches, or to sample Montenegro's beauty make sure you head inland to experience the country's timeless stone villages, the dramatic fjord-like Bay of Kotor or the untouched Lake Skadar.
All visitors to Montenegro must try some of the famous local dishes such as: Njeguski ham with olives and cheeses, Baka (a fish stew), mussels in bouzzara sauce (tomato, parsley, garlic and onions).
On your holiday to Montenegro make sure you try some of the local wines and beers which are extremely good quality as the perfect compliment to the local Montenegro cuisine.
Attractive local gifts can be found in markets and local shops, popular items include lacework, leather goods, wooden artifacts and religious paintings.
The monetary unit in Montenegro is the Euro. There are approx. 1.26 Euro's to £1.00 (at Aug. 2012) • Foreign currency can be exchanged at the airports and banks in the resort. Exchange desks can also be found at some of the larger hotels. Travellers’ cheques can be exchanged at all banks. Credit cards are not widely accepted, although some establishments will accept Visa and MasterCard.
Montenegro has average temperatures of 30° C in the peak of summer and enjoys dry and mild summers.
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