Montenegro is located on the southeastern Adriatic coast and borders on Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania. The Montenegrin Adriatic coast is almost 300 km long, of which beaches account for almost one third. The beautiful sea and fine sandy beaches are popular with adults and children alike. Relaxing, eating ice cream or doing water sports - this and much more is possible on the extensive stretches of coastline. The diverse nature with mountains, gorges and caves also results in a varied mix of excursions. Hiking, biking, exploring the area in a rental car and discovering the many small towns.
Well-known places include the Bay of Kotor, the luxury yacht marina Porto Montenegro and of course the popular (old) city of Budva. Old fortresses can be found in Montenegro as well as a vibrant nightlife and small markets. The old town of Bar is considered a living museum, and numerous beaches, castles and villages can be found at Lake Scutari. Mountain tourism, on the other hand, dominates in the northern region, where various ski resorts operate in winter. In summer, UNESCO-protected national parks in the Durmitor massif and the Canyon of the Tara can be visited. Rivers allow rafting tours, adventurous vacationers can also go climbing and practice many other sports in the great outdoors.