You can enjoy a direct view of the Bosporus and the Golden Horn from this apartment
Space for 4 holidaymakers: The "Porer" lighthouse is located on a small island off the south coast of Istria.
You can enjoy this view from your own terrace in the harbour of Valletta, the island’s capital.
Pool villa for 8 people above Herceg Novi with the best panorama of the bay.
View from an apartment for three people in the bay of Sutomore.
View from the balcony of a holiday apartment in Sarandë.
Kayaking on the Neretva river in a holiday home for up to ten people.
Witness Pristine Natural Beauty at Montenegro Holiday Homes
The Balkan country of Montenegro occupies a picturesque location on the Adriatic Sea, which is just one reason to book a holiday home in Montenegro. Miniscule in size but big on features, the country has everything a visitor could hope for. With majestic mountains and stunning seaside scenery, rich culture and striking architecture, diverse flora and fauna, delectable food, and a host of outdoor activities, Montenegro has something for honeymooners, adventure enthusiasts and family vacationers alike. The cherries on the cake are the jovial, welcoming people, who make Montenegro one of those rare places where travellers feel completely at home.
Explore the many delights of Montenegro
Montenegro, whose coastline stretches for about 300km, is on its way to becoming one of Europe's hottest travel destinations. Your vacation can be made all the better with the right Montenegro holiday apartment. TUI Villas offers a large selection and trustworthy service to help travellers book their ideal holiday home in Montenegro.
Top sights and places to explore from Montenegro holiday apartments
While the country is teeming with historic places such as churches and monasteries, the Monastery of Ostrog deserves special mention. Made in honour of Saint Basil of Ostrog in the 17th century, this Serbian Orthodox monastery shines brightly in a stunning location high up on a cliff overlooking the Zeta valley. Visit the Valdanos Bay in Ulcinj for a refreshing time amid olive forest regions. The spectacular pebbled beach is perfect for both lazing around and enjoying outdoor activities. Lake Skadar is a popular spot for bird watching and kayaking. Go for a boat ride and watch pelicans and hundreds of other species from close quarters in gorgeous natural settings. Visit the coastal town of Kotor and stop by attractions such as the elegant Romanesque cathedral and the Maritime Museum to learn about local seafaring history.
Things to do in Montenegro with your family
Durmitor National Park, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, is ideal for outdoor-loving families, offering a range of activities and scenic natural beauty. Go hiking on trails that take you on mountains, stunning pine forests, and by water at Black Lake. The national park is also home to the Tara River Canyon, a 1,300-metre gorge that is one of the deepest in the world. Explore the country’s culture during your stay at Montenegro holiday apartments by participating in the Mimosa Festival, held in Herceg Novi and other regions every February. This spring event marks the official flower season, during which carnivals, masquerades, and beautiful flower exhibits are organised.
What to eat while staying at holiday homes in Montenegro
With Montenegro's coastal location, seafood is quite popular, and Mediterranean and European cuisines with a strong Balkan influence are prevalent. Pod Volat, a restaurant in Podgorica, serves sinful meat stews, lamb kebabs, and sausages, making it a meat-loving foodie’s haven. Staying at Montenegro holiday apartments offer you the opportunity to experiment with cooking the local cuisine. Head to the Old Town Market, pick up choice produce and rustle up a delicious meal in the comfort of your private kitchen.
Reasons to book a holiday home in Montenegro
The needs and tastes of travellers vary, and choosing to stay in holiday homes is an excellent way to ensure your needs are met. At TUI Villas, travellers can choose from a wide range of holiday apartments in Montenegro, such as places with a pool, romantic cottages with a sea view, pet-friendly holiday homes, or family villas with plenty of entertainment options for large groups.
The safe booking process lets you choose a quality holiday home that caters to your specific needs – be it a private kitchen area, a room with a garden for your pet to run around in, or a practical apartment. The privacy and independence that comes with a Montenegro holiday home go a long way in making your vacation a truly memorable and comfortable one.
Popular destinations near Montenegro
When you rent a home on holiday on the Adriatic coast, you can also explore hotspots near Montenegro. The Bay of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to some ancient structures and has a medieval charm to it, with fortifications and cobbled streets. Kotor is also a popular destination for activities such as biking and sea kayaking.
The seaside town of Petrovac in the municipality of Budva is a spectacular bay with Roman summer villas, a Venetian fortress, and a lovely esplanade from which you can admire the area's clear waters and refreshing views.
Ulcinj, with a 7.5 mile-beach, has one of the most popular naturalist beach areas in Montenegro. The historic town features several mosques, kebab stands, and lively music that gives this 90% Albanian town a beautiful Eastern vibe.
Travelling to Montenegro from Germany
Two international airports, Podgorica and Tivat, serve Montenegro. Flights are available to Podgorica from Frankfurt, taking about 6 hours. There is no direct train between Germany and Montenegro, but services depart from Berlin to Vienna, where you can transfer to go to Beograd and then Podgorica. An alternative route would be taking a bus from Berlin via Dresden and Rožaje to Podgorica, which takes 28.5 hours, including transfers. You could also drive down to Podgorica from Berlin, which takes about 18 hours.
Montenegro weather and the best time to visit
The country enjoys a Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunshine through the year. Summer (April to October) offers warm and pleasant weather in the coastal areas. July and August are best for beach visits, outdoor activities and water sports. Holiday apartments in Montenegro are in high demand during this season, but with TUI Villas, you can easily find a quality holiday home that matches your needs. The winter months (November to March), which can get quite chilly in the mountains and mildly cold on the coast, are the best time to enjoy skiing and snowshoeing on the slopes of Montenegro’s popular ski resorts such as Zabljak and Kolasin.
Handy travel advice for a Montenegro visit
Montenegro uses the euro, and it's a good idea to carry some cash, particularly for transactions in restaurants and smaller shops. Visas are not required for US, Canadian, Australian, British, or EU nationals.
Visit your physician a few weeks before your vacation and check the effectiveness of your typhoid, polio, hepatitis, and tetanus injections. Vaccinations against rabies, diphtheria, and tick-borne encephalitis are recommended for travellers visiting forested and mountainous areas. Your pet should have a veterinary health certificate (EU version) and must be vaccinated against rabies between 30 days to a year before entering Montenegro.
Kolašin, Kolašin and Žabljak
Holiday apartment for max. 5 personsfrom USD 664for 1 weekApprox. 62 m², 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pets not allowed, dishwasher, non-smoking property, parking area
With TUI Villas, you’ll find a large selection of holiday homes and apartments throughout Europe and beyond. We are the operator of all the properties tagged with the TUI Smile and you will benefit from many advantages:
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- Regular quality control by the product manager
- Contact person on site
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