What Can You Do in Montenegro?
Drawing comparisons with Monaco and the French Riviera, Montenegro has become a go-to destination for the world's elite. With that reputation comes plenty of relaxing leisure activities.
Sail the Bay of Kotor
The Bay of Kotor in southern Montenegro is surrounded by mountains, centuries-old churches and mystical caves. See it all on a wood-decked luxury sailing yacht.
Shop Amongst Yachts in Tivat
Combining luxury boutiques and premium international fashion brands, Tivat's bayside shopping district is the perfect place to shop before boarding one of the many private yachts moored along the coast.
Tour Savina Winery
Hidden by the dense woods of the Mediterranean coast, Savina's lush vineyards house a centuries-old tradition of fine wine. After visiting the cellar or restaurant, stroll the cobblestone paths while stealing views of the shimmering bay.
Where To Stay in Montenegro?
Montenegro is awash in world-class resorts and hotels, but for a truly singular experience, reserve a stay in one of the country's five-star boutique hotels.
Aman Sveti Stefan
The former summer home for royalty, Aman Sveti Stefan blends old-world class with modern amenities. For an extra special retreat, reserve an updated 15th-century stone cottage on the nearby pink-sanded island.
Boutique Hotel La Roche
Just minutes from the bustling Porto Montenegro yacht marina, this small five-star hotel only has nine rooms, each with personalised service and mountain or sea views.
Rooms at this five-star boutique hotel are spacious, airy and inspired by the epic operas of Giacomo Puccini. Offering fine dining, private beaches, and views of the Adriatic Sea, Vissi D'Arte is perfect for romantic getaways.
Where To Eat in Montenegro?
When you book a private jet to Montenegro, the first thing you'll want to experience when you arrive is world-renowned fine dining. With its multinational millionaire residents, Montenegro's reputation for elegant restaurants is only rivaled by its reputation for yachts.
This elegant Adriatic restaurant in the Regent Hotel in Tivat complements its fresh pasta and flame-grilled dishes with wines from local vineyards.
Sumosan's award-winning culinary experts have restaurants in Paris, London and Dubai. In their Tivat location, they serve contemporary Japanese cuisine that fuses local ingredients with international flare.
As the first steakhouse in the Bay of Kotor, Gallardo serves a selection of dry-aged Wagyu steaks, delectable Prussian beef and Montenegrin lamb chops with unmatched modern preparation.
What Events To Attend in Montenegro?
If you can pull yourself away from the beautiful mountains and elegant marinas, Montenegro's rich cultural events offer something for every distinguishing jetsetter.
Typically held in August, this operatic extravaganza blends up-and-coming talent with experienced singers. Past events have been held under the starry skies of Forte Mare Fortress and Luštica Bay.
Porto Montenegro Regattas
From April to September, the world-famous Porto Montenegro Yacht Club hosts a variety of sailing yacht regattas on the Bay of Tivat. Races are surrounded by rowing, archery, croquet and more.
Kotor Winter Carnival
Unlike national carnivals elsewhere, the Kotor Winter Carnival bookends its parades and festivities with masked soirées and concerts in towns all along Boka Bay. Events highlight art, culture and the anticipated arrival of spring.