Montenegro Holidays

A hidden gem and nature lover's paradise

Montenegro is really starting to turn heads among luxury travel aficionados. It may be small but when it comes to things to see and do, this Balkan province packs a punch: rugged mountain scenery, beautiful Adriatic beaches, picturesque coastal villages, dramatic river canyons and glacial lakes are just the beginning.

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One & Only Portonovi

5* out of 5 stars

  • 10% saving

5 nights Bed and Breakfast including Easy Jet flights from £664 per person


Regent Porto Montenegro

5* out of 5 stars

  • Up to 35% saving

5 nights Bed and Breakfast including Easy Jet flights from £270 per person

The small sovereign state of Montenegro has many tourist attractions, historical sites and landscapes to offer if you take into account its rather small area. On top of that you have stunning beaches and incredible bathing facilities to enjoy. Montenegro literally means Black Mountain but there’s nothing dark about this place, especially if you consider that the country’s seaside and the area of the Bay of Kotor are shielded from the wind through the high mountains of the hinterland; consequently this is the place to be if you want to enjoy the sun and a Mediterranean climate. 

Luxury Holidays in Montenegro 

Each region has its own charm. First there is the Bay of Kotor, which stretches like a fjord into the country’s interior. Here you’ll also find many monasteries and pilgrimage places to explore. The bay is also home to picturesque towns and, like many other places on the Mediterranean Sea, an abundance of islands. Dramatic landscapes and stunning architecture create an overall captivating atmosphere that will make you reach for your camera constantly. 

5 Great Reasons to Holiday In Montenegro 

  • The before-mentioned Bay of Kotor; imagine a Norwegian fjord with a Mediterranean climate.
  • Porto Montenegro, a brand-new resort complex and marina where history and modernity exist in perfect harmony.
  • A tumultuous past made this country one of the most fascinating historic corners of Europe.
  • The luminous white Ostrog Monastry, words cannot capture the majesty of this place, have a look yourself and you’ll understand why it’s on this list.
  • People are catching on and finally see Montenegro for what it is, namely an absolute gem that is only a short flight away, so we suggest that you make the most of it before it is swamped by tourists.

Things to Do Whilst on Holiday in Montenegro 

Sveti Stefan, formerly a fishing village, is one of the most unforgettable sights on the entire coast. The creamy stone, terracotta roofs of this walled village, which is in fact a fortified little island that can be reached by a causeway from the mainland, in conjunction with the turquoise colour of the water create the perfect combination.


Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate, with hot dry summers and relatively cold winters with heavy snowfalls inland.  

Interesting Facts about Montenegro 

  • Area – 5,332 sq miles
  • Population – 620,029
  • Official Language – Montenegrin
  • Currency – Euro

Montenegro Holidays in 2021 / 2022

Montenegro is quickly becoming one of the more popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean and Europe in general. Take the opportunity to depart on a fascinating holiday with Kenwood Travel and be sure to book early to avoid any disappointment. 

Top Picks

One & Only Portonovi

5* out of 5 stars

Brand new hotel for Montenegro’s Adriatic coast – and the first in Europe for One & Only brand, be among the first to experience this coveted, luxury beach resort.

Regent Porto Montenegro

5* out of 5 stars

With its rugged mountain backdrop and yacht marina setting, this stunning resort boasts contemporary decor, breathtaking views and peaceful surroundings.

The Chedi Lustica Bay

5* out of 5 stars

A beautiful marina-side beach hotel on the Adriatic coast where luxurious rooms and eclectic dining come together in fine style; join the jet set.


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