Sail the Adriatic with this eight-day Montenegro tour, conveniently starting and ending in Dubrovnik. Witness the dramatic scenery and impressive Balkan landscapes as you move south along the Dalmatian coast, checking out an ancient fishing village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and some of the area’s nicest beaches for swimming, snorkelling, or simply relaxing. If you want to get some dancing in, make sure to save some energy for Budva — known as the regional capital of nightlife — because you’ll need it!
Day 1 Dubrovnik/Cavtat
Arrive in time for a 4pm welcome meeting and safety briefing. Spend the night in Croatian waters.
Day 2 Cavtat/Herceg Novi
Spend a full day sailing south to Herceg Novi, Montenegro. The best beaches in this scenic area are only€cessible by boat.
Day 3 Herceg Novi/Budva
Sail to the Budva Riviera. Explore some of the most beautiful beaches in the area, nestled beneath the cliffs of Spas Hill. Well-known as the regional capital of nightlife, there no shortage of clubs along the seaside promenade.
Day 4 Budva/Bigovo
Enjoy a day for snorkelling and swimming in the crystal-clear waters near the village of Bigovo. Enjoy the feel of this ancient fishing village.
Day 5 Bigovo/Kotor
Continue sailing to the ancient Mediterranean port of Kotor. Part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, enjoy the limestone cliffs overhanging this submerged river canyon.
Day 6 Kotor/Tivat
Enjoy the town of Tivat. Opt to visit the city, the botanical gardens or a number of monuments. or just continue relaxing on its gorgeous sandy beaches.
Day 7 Tivat/Dubrovnik
Sail back to Dubrovnik and stop by the dramatic city walls for a photo op.
Day 8 Dubrovnik
Depart after breakfast.
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