Montenegro is a Balkan country with harsh mountains, medieval villages and a narrow strip of beaches along the Adriatic coast.
The Boka Kotorska Bay, similar to the fjord, is surrounded by coastal churches and fortified cities such as Kotor and Herceg Novi.
Durmitor National Park, the home of bears and wolves, includes limestone peaks, ice lakes and a canyon of the Tara River, 1,300m deep.
Situated in one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Kotor, a city of merchants and famous seafarers has plenty to tell. The old town of Kotor is the best preserved medieval urban environment typical of cities dating from the 12th and 14th centuries.
Medieval architecture and numerous cultural heritage sites have included Kotor in UNESCO’s list of “World Natural and Cultural Heritage”. Throughout the city there are buildings, interwoven with streets and squares. On one of them there is a cathedral of Sv. Tripuna is a monument to Romanesque culture and one of the recognizable symbols of the city. many churches and palaces are only part of the rich treasury of the Kotor tradition.
Carnivals and festivals organized every year, the most beautiful town of the Montenegrin coast, give extra charm. Simply, Kotor can not be missed.
Dobrota is one of the places on the Montenegrin coast where it is still possible to see all the splendor of the former Boka and the noble Kotor, from the time when sailors like the one from the story of the famous captain Ivo Vizin sailed the world seas, bringing fame to these parts and bringing many wealth to the local people marine houses.
Dobrota is located in the immediate vicinity of the ancient Kotor with a view to Vrmac. The promenade in Dobrota runs several kilometers along the coast beside countless small stone pontoons and old palaces, unique and glossy like anywhere else. A large number of churches, as well as in Perast, Prcanj and other places in the Kotor Bay, today testify to the solid faith of the old Dobrocan.