Thursday 22 Feb 2018



The gate of the Bay of Kotor
The picturesque old city of Herceg Novi forms already age-long the gateway of the bay of Kotor. Herceg Novi had a turbulent past. The city encountered several dominators. They all left their footmark on the architecture of the city. The old city exists out of intimate alleys, richly decorated churches and the central square with a beautiful Turkish clock tower. In the city were build 4 fortresses of which Kanli Kula is the largest. In the summer period they organise frequently theatre shows in this amphitheatre shaped citadel.


Subtropical promenade
Along the coast lays an eight kilometres long walking promenade decorated with subtropical plant. The rivièra of Herceg Novi is known for these palm trees, mimosas and oleanders which ensure the strollers of a pleasant shade.

On this walking promenade are the most intimate restaurants of the city. During the evening it’s nice lingering here. The promenade is transformed into the longest catwalk at the Adriatic Sea.


The Montenegrin Alcatraz
At the mouth of the bay of Kotor is the small island Mamula situated. This island is better known as the Alcatraz of Montenegro. In the 19th century a fortress was built by the Austrians. This fort was used during the Second World War as a prison by the Italian occupier. Every day there are starting from Herceg Novi several boat excursions to the nearby island.
The Orthodox convent
Among green surroundings, on ten minutes of Herceg Novi, lays the convent of Savina. It’s an orthodox convent complex that exists out of three churches which were built in the 17th century. The convent is richly decorated with wall paintings, relics, icons and all kinds of gold and silverware. The Savina complex is of the most beautiful and most important orthodox convents in Montenegro.


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