Fort Gorazhda is the most interesting fortress in the Bay of Kotor, built-in 1886 by the Austrians. Gorazhda in German means dexterous, skillful. This fortress was built for defensive fire at long distances. The main purpose of the fortress - long-distance targets. For this purpose, 4 cannons with a caliber of 120 mm were installed inside the building directly in the fortress.
WALKING ON PORTO MONTENEGRO
Porto Montenegro is a beautiful port for ships and megayachts. It was built a few years ago with funding from billionaires like Petermank and Rockefeller. It has a very nice waterfront and complex, with restaurants and hotels and recreational facilities. There's a maritime museum, 5-star hotels a promenade with a sundial. A completely open place for everyone. You can take pictures against the background of beautiful yachts, a well-groomed areas with perennial palms and exotic plants, as well as admire the mega-yachts.
CROSSING ON FERRY
The ferry crossing Kamenari - Lepetane is the only inland ferry in Montenegro. It connects the coasts of the Bay of Kotor at its narrowest point between the villages of Kamenari and Lepetane.
RESTAURANT "ĆATOVIĆA MLINI"
Halfway between Kotor and Herceg Novi, in Boka Kotor Bay, is the small settlement of Morinj. Since ancient times, Morinj has been known for its olive and grain mills. But time has taken its toll and the Morinj mills, as well as the ancient customs, have suffered the same fate: oblivion.
The ancient town of Risan is often visited by tourists on excursions to see the ancient Roman mosaics, the remains of fortress walls, ancient buildings, and temples. But not all travelers know that there is a large waterfall in the vicinity of the city. The explanation is simple: the stream comes alive only in winter and spring, as well as when it rains a few days, so you cannot see it at other times of the year. The view is not just impressive, but mesmerizing: The 30-meter stream rushes out of the cave, passes under the car bridge, and rushes down with crazy speed.
ISLAND OF SAINT GEORGE
A tiny islet in Boka Kotor Bay, not far from the town of Perast, bears the name of St. George. Long ago the monks of Benedictine Abbey prayed to the Creator here. Although the chronicles first mention the monastery in the second half of the 12th century, the results of the excavations strongly suggest that it was built no later than the 9th century.
СITY WALK IN PERAST TOWN
It is a famous haven for all Montenegrin captains and sailors. It is not a big town, but it has become a favorite place for all tourists. It is rich in museums, churches, monuments, and palaces. Today it represents one of the most beautiful examples of Baroque architecture on the shores of the Adriatic. More than three hundred buildings are real palaces that were built on the shore and the slopes of the hill.
СITY WOLK IN KOTOR TOWN
Walking through the old town of Kotor, which is part of UNESCO, which is more than 2000 years old, is one of the first places of Byzantine architecture, visit the fortress (for a fee). It is a real treasure of Montenegro with its medieval history and culture. Its intricate labyrinths and hidden places will conquer you for a lifetime!