Luxury Holidays to Montenegro


Locally known as Crna Gora or Black Mountain, Montenegro boasts plenty of rugged beauty and an exclusive yachting scene.

Tour ideas

Montenegro is home to mountainous backdrops and ancient towns that cling to the shoreline. Explore the breathtaking architecture by touring the many monasteries, before indulging in a yacht ride off the coast.

Alternatively, experience resorts like Porto Montenegro and Sveti Stefan, which are bringing back the glamorous reputation Montenegro had during the 50s and 60s. Indulge in luxury as stars of the silver screen once did.

Things to do

Named one of the top three marinas in the world in 2016, Porto Montenegro is a billionaire’s playground. Superyachts line up next to gourmet restaurants, boutique hotels and exclusive bars. Whether you want to explore or simply relax in your hotel, Montenegro caters to a wide range of activities.

Places to visit

Appreciate Montenegro’s mediaeval charm by visiting the UNESCO-listed town of Kotor. The maze of small piazzas and cobblestone streets feels like stepping back in time, with old buildings, churches and museums.

Or, visit the islet of Sveti Stefan, Montenegro’s most photographed site. Paying guests of the Aman resort can enjoy the renovated 15th-century villas, pink-sand beach, and exquisite eateries.

To embark on your luxury holiday, enquire with Lightfoot Travel today.

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Country’s Info
  • Capital: Podgorica
  • When to go: From April to September
  • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • Language: Montenegrin
  • Time Zone: CET +1
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