Pearl of the Mediterranean
With thousand-year-old cities, soaring mountains dropping down to an turquoise sea and a tranquil way of life, situated in the south of the Adriatic, Montenegro is regarded as the pearl of the Mediterranean. Montenegro’s tourism industry has come a long way in the last 10 years. The tiny country is expected to have the world’s third fastest-growing tourism industry between 2016 and 2025, according to the World Tourism and Travel Council. With its velvet emerald green mountains and crystal-clear sapphire waters, Montenegro is a treasure for the coming years.
The UNESCO protected bay of Kotor, is home to several high-end developments, namely Porto Montenegro, Lustiča Bay and Porto Novi, all located in the famous bay.
Porto Montenegro in Tivat, once the main base for the Austro-Hungarian Navy, is now home to the five-star Regent hotel. Complemented by luxury waterfront homes for rent and sale, international dining options, lively bars and a wide range of sports, leisure and cultural activities, the marina is the ideal superyacht homeport with berths ranging from 12m to 250m.