8 Coastal Villages And Towns In Montenegro You Gotta Check Out | Croatia Travel Blog
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Starting in the historical Herceg-Novi and spanning over 120 km of Adriatic coastline before ending at the multi-religious Ulcinj, Montenegro is known as the land of “A Hundred Stari Grads” (old towns) where you can get lost while climbing its walls, hiking its mountains or enjoying the local gastronomy.
From the picturesque city of Perast, the ancient Stari Bar and the fairy-tale Kotor, the most eye-popping cities can be found alongside Montenegro’s long coast.
Herceg-Novi is located just about 50km from Dubrovnik (Croatia) and 40km from Kotor. It was once used as a fortress by the first Bosnian King Stjepan Tvrko I. Nowadays it welcomes the visitors traveling into Montenegro from the west.
Today, the city is a major tourist destination, and it is well known both as the ‘city of the sun’ and as a spa and health center, thanks to a large number of sunny days all year round and the abundance of healing…
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