Discover Montenegro

Montenegro is a true pearl of the Mediterranean.


Nowhere else can you find so much natural wealth, beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers, and gorgeous mountains as in Montenegro. Despite its small size, Montenegro offers great diversity and abundant natural beauty.

Tourist information

Montenegro is one of Europe's hidden secrets where visitors can relax on one of more than 100 beaches along the Adriatic coast, wander through the Old Towns of Budva and Kotor, climb the peaks of Durmitor National Park, raft down Tara canyon or sail into the fjord of Boka.


Food and Drink in Montenegro
Cuisine varies greatly from one region to another.
Specialities: lamb meat, cheese and sour cream, fish soup, kebab and smoked ham. From drinks you can choose, among others: Niksicko beer, grape brandy or wine.


You can get to Montenegro by car, bus, train, boat or by plane.


Bus stations in coastal side of Montenegro:
Ulcinj ( +382 30 413 225), Bar (+382 30 346 141), Sutomore (+382 30 373 128), Budva (+382 33 456 000), Tivat (+382 32 672 620), Kotor (+382 32 325 809), Herceg Novi (+382 31 321 225).

Bus timetable:
For current timetable, please call Podgorica Bus Station information service on +382 20 620 430 or check at web portal Balkan Viator
Local buses stop 100 metres from APARTvila dolinaSUNCA. and features lines to Budva (20 km), Kotor (45 km), Herceg Novi (64 km), Bar (18 km), Ulcinj (50 km), Skadar Lake (Virpazar – 35 km), Podgorica (40 km).

By taxi: there is a possibility to book transfers from airports in Podgorica, Tivat and Dubrovnik online at Airport-transfer.

Railway station is in Sutomore, 10 km away.
Airports are available in Tivat and Podgorica, both 40 km away.
The nearest port terminal is in Bar.

The local tourist agency organises trips to Skadar Lake and excursions to Kotor and Ostrog Monastery.
Cycling and hiking trails are available just 100 metres away.

Montenegro – Breathtaking beauty!

Montenegro is a southern European and Mediterranean country.


It covers 14,000 km2 and has about 670,000 citizens. Montenegro is certainly one of the most interesting spots in the world. Everyone should visit Montenegro. 
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Buljarica is named after the fraternity of Buljarevic, which was mentioned in 1423 for the first time, when the nobleman John Buljarevic together with Pastrovic elders signed the treaty with Republic of Venice. Buljarica is a coastal village of municipality Budva. Its a place of a wild nature.

GETTING AROUND: Besides beautiful beaches, you can find here the ancient monastery Gradiste from the twelfth century, the tower Kufin Boskovic and the church of St. Petka, a place that was Europe's borders with Turkey from 1571 until 1878. It is worth to mention also a memorial tablet of Emperor Franz Joseph II from 1875 on the Presjeci, as well as villages with the old architecture. According to the census in 2011 in Buljarica live 800 inhabitants. The Pastrovic clan live along the most beautiful part of the Adriatic Coast, between Becici and Canj (Sutomore). Pastrovics had also a fortress on the rocky island near the coast as well as houses for each of Pastrovic's 12 tribes, and the church decided to St. Stefan the protector of Pastrovics. Pastrovics have four monasteries: Praskvica, Gradiste, Rezevici, and Duljevo, as well as thirty six parish churches. Pastrovics' cuisine is well known in Montenegro. Specialties such as roast suckling pig, donuts, fugaca (Colomba di Pasqua) and rustule are unforgettable.