Considered a jewel of the Adriatic, Montenegro offers mountains, forests and beaches that will appeal to people of all tastes. Montenegro is a country in south east Europe which has blossomed since the dark days of the Yugoslav wars in early 1990s. Now widely regarded as one of the world's most appealing tourist destinations, it boasts a warm Mediterranean climate, and great contrasts of beautiful landscape and environment.
A small nation, with a population of approximately 630,000 and covering around 14,000 square kilometres of territory, its capital city is Podgorica. Mountains typify the country's northern regions, while its southern coast is an excellent location to make use of for a more conventional beach break. The Ulcinij South Coastal region has been highlighted by many who have taken Montenegro vacations as an especially fine area to visit. The landscape here is superb, from the sea to the mountainous regions, and many Montenegro apartments possess stunning views as a matter of course. There are as yet no motorways in the country, meaning that much of it is considered unspoilt. However, that does mean that getting around is more difficult than normal by western European or American standards. There are four National Parks here, with the Durmitor National Park near Zabljak regarded as one of the best. This is a perfect place to visit for the outdoors enthusiast, and biking and hiking are popular activities here. Vivid blue lake waters and deep forests bathed in sunshine frame the view which residents in Montenegro apartments can enjoy here. Near Durmitor there is even a ski resort - Kolasin.
Many of those who stay in Montenegro rental properties come because they are attracted to the country's culture and history, as well as its outstanding natural beauties. The nation exists at something of a cultural crossroads, combining elements of both Slavic and Mediterranean culture in an intoxicating mix. Situated close to Niksic, the country's second-largest city, is one of Montenegro's finest historical attractions. The monastery at Ostrog is well worth the visit for anyone enjoying Montenegro holidays for the week. At one stage the home of the Orthodox Saint Basil, its upper part provides visitors with a view of just about all of Montenegro. So if you like the sound of it, why not book now and see for your self?
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