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Discover the ideal holiday rental for your stay in Montenegro

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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.
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What are the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro?

Montenegro: Our recommendations

Apartment Sutomore
-59%
21 May - 28 May
55 m² Apartment
5 2
Sutomore, Bar, Montenegro
5.0 / 5.0
"Excellent"
from £26 £63
per night
Apartment Ulcinj
-32%
21 May - 28 May
20 m² Apartment
2 1
Ulcinj, Ulcinj Municipality, Montenegro
4.8 / 5.0
"Excellent"
from £26 £38
per night
Apartment Čanj
-32%
21 May - 28 May
28 m² Apartment
2 1
Čanj, Bar, Montenegro
4.5 / 5.0
"Outstanding"
from £32 £48
per night
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Holiday rentals with wifi

Apartment Internet Zagrađe
-37%
4 Jun - 11 Jun
Internet
44 m² Apartment
5 2
Zagrađe, Bar, Montenegro
5.0 / 5.0
"Excellent"
from £66 £104
per night
Apartment Internet Ulcinj
-24%
21 May - 28 May
Internet
30 m² Apartment
4 1
Ulcinj, Ulcinj Municipality, Montenegro
4.2 / 5.0
"Very good"
from £38 £50
per night
Private room Internet Limljani
Internet
20 m² Private room
2 1
Limljani, Bar, Montenegro
5.0 / 5.0
"Excellent"
from £39
per night
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Holiday lettings and apartments with air conditioning

Apartment Aircondition Igalo
-42%
3 Sep - 10 Sep
Free cancellation
Aircondition
20 m² Apartment
3 1
Igalo, Herceg Novi Municipality, Montenegro
from £26 £44
per night
Apartment Aircondition Zagrađe
-32%
21 May - 28 May
Aircondition
42 m² Apartment
4 1
Zagrađe, Bar, Montenegro
4.8 / 5.0
"Excellent"
from £39 £57
per night
Private room Aircondition Sveti Stefan
-56%
1 Oct - 8 Oct
Free cancellation
Aircondition
25 m² Private room
2 1
Sveti Stefan, Budva Municipality, Montenegro
from £23 £51
per night
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Apartments and holiday lettings with a kitchen

Apartment Kitchen Gluhi Do
Kitchen
80 m² Apartment
4 1
Gluhi Do, Bar, Montenegro
from £28
per night
Apartment Kitchen Ulcinj
Kitchen
50 m² Apartment
4 1
Ulcinj, Ulcinj Municipality, Montenegro
from £26
per night
House Kitchen Ulcinj
-11%
28 May - 4 Jun
Free cancellation
Kitchen
25 m² House
4 1
Ulcinj, Ulcinj Municipality, Montenegro
from £61 £69
per night
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Book your ideal holiday villa in Montenegro

Now regarded as one of the world's most appealing tourist destinations, it boasts a warm Mediterranean climate and has been a melting pot for culture and religion since the division of the Roman Empire.

Discover Montenegro's varied natural landscape

As a country in the Balkans, Montenegro has a varied landscape and offers some beautiful views. 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 Ulcinj South Coastal region has been highlighted by many who have taken holidays to Montenegro as an especially fine area to visit. There are as of yet no motorways in the country, meaning that much of its land is considered unspoilt. However, that does also 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 widely 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 holiday makers in Montenegro apartments can enjoy here. Near Durmitor there is even a ski resort – Kolasin.

Immerse yourself in the cultural diversity of this country

Many of those who stay in a villa in Montenegro come because they are attracted to the country's culture and history, as well as its outstanding natural beauty. The nation exists at something of a cultural crossroads, combining elements of both Slavic and Mediterranean culture. What makes Montenegro so special is its religious diversity, giving rise to some beautiful architecture. 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 - at one stage the home of the Orthodox Saint Basil, its upper part provides visitors with a view of just about all of Montenegro. Whilst churches are a common attraction in many European countries, Montenegro is also home to many mosques, such as the Sailors' Mosque in Ulcinj, which used to also serve as a lighthouse.

Make a visit to the modern capital

Though it isn't quite as lively as other European capitals, Podgorica is still a lovely, quaint city in the South of Montenegro. As most of the city was destroyed during the Second World War, Podgorica comes across as a very modern capital, with its contemporary architecture and green spaces. Take a trip to the Center of Modern Arts, which is located in Petrović Palace, the former residence of the Petrović dynasty. The gallery hosts a combination of traditional and contemporary art, and the grounds of the building are home to many intriguing sculptures. If your Montenegro apartments are near the capital, be sure to head down to Lake Skadar, the largest lake in the Balkans. This is an ideal destination for lovers of the outdoors and natural beauty, with the opportunity to explore the lake's 400 square kilometres of national park, as well as get involved in water-based activities such as kayaking or swimming. If, however, you're after more of a city break, why not rent an apartment to Cetinje, the Old Royal Capital of Montenegro? Or if you'd like a trip to the beach, you could search for a holiday rental property in Budva or Sveti Stefan, both around the Adriatic Sea.

Explore the history of the Kotor region

If you're looking for a villa in Montenegro within the vicinity of one the most beautiful bays in Europe, then head to Kotor in the Southwest. With its town walls and Romanesque architecture, the Old Town of Kotor is recognised as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Make a visit to the fortress of Sveti Ivan (St Ivan), from the top of which you can catch a stunning panorama of the Bay of Kotor, as well as of the Old Town. During your stay you should also take a trip to Perast, a small town brimming with history. Walk along the narrow streets and see many former palaces from the Renaissance and the Baroque period. With just one main street in this little town, its the perfect holiday destination for those looking for some peace and quiet.

What are the most popular accommodations in Montenegro?

The most in-demand accommodations in Montenegro are apartment rentals and house rentals. With 24,853 offers in Montenegro, we always find the perfect accommodation for you.

What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Montenegro?

With Casamundo, you will find holiday rentals in Montenegro starting from as little as £19. On average, properties in Montenegro will have a size of 82 m² (House rentals) and 49 m² (Apartment rentals).

Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals in Montenegro?

When travelling with your dog in Montenegro, apartment rentals are recommended. These are the most common type of pet-friendly accommodations and cost an average of £204 per night.

Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Montenegro ?

We have a great range of accommodations for groups in Montenegro. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.

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