The nature of Montenegro is so diverse that despite the extremely compact size of the country itself, here you can always discover something new. Among these unique natural attractions is the Blue Cave. Tourists are fascinated by the unusual glow inside the cave. On a sunny day, the sun's rays penetrating inside, refract in the water, and the grotto glows with amazing blue light. The same applies to the water itself - it is surprisingly transparent and really blue. When you get here, you find yourself in a real fairy tale, created by the Montenegrin nature.
ISLAND OF SAINT NICHOLAS
The island of St. Nicholas, or Shkol, as the locals call it, is the largest Montenegrin island on the Adriatic. The island stretches over 47 hectares, its length is almost 2 km. The island has a church dedicated to St. Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors. Today there are beautifully landscaped beaches here. Hawaii Beach on the island beckons holidaymakers from the coast of Budva. When the city beaches are crowded, the small island seems to be a real escape.