City Park

The exceptional climatic conditions, in park in Tivat which is the largest in the Bay, made possible the growth of various examples of exotic plants which were brought from all over the world.

Upper Lastva

It is located in the hinterland of Tivat, at an altitude of 300 m, on he slopes of Vrmac Hill. This village was mentioned in the XIV c. It is one of the few surviving rural entities and as such attracts many tourists and visitors.


The medieval castle Summer house Buća

It is located in the city center. This is a unique type of fortified summer house on our coast. It was founded more than half a millennium ago. Today, the monument is revitalized for a contemporary purpose: it is a gallery of Tivat, in the garden of a small summer theater.


Prevlaka (Ostrvo cvijeća - Island of Flowers)

Small oval-shaped island, about 300 m long. What makes this island attractive in historical sense, is a complex - the remains of the Monastery of St. Arhanđel Mihailo, which reconstruction is still going.

Beach "Pržno" (Plavi horizonti - Blue Horizon)

It is located in the southern part of the Bay of Kotor, on the open seas. One of the most beautiful beaches on the Montenegrin coast. The special value of this beach are the olive groves and pine forests where many tourists like to enjoy.

Sveti Marko (Stradioti)

It is located on the west of Ostrvo cvijeca - Island of Flowers. The name Stradioti comes from the fact that in the period of Venetians it was a camp of Venetian soldiers of Greek origin (stradiotes - soldier). It used to be attractive for the tourist resort "St. Marko" and it was one of the best in the chain of clubs "Mediteranee" from Paris. Today it is out of tourist function.


Pedestrian paradise. Walking along the paths of Vrmac you can enjoy the beauty of unspoiled nature, many plant species and also the beauty of rural architecture that reveals the architectural art of the past inhabitants of Vrmac. The highest peaks are: Sveti Ilija 785 m, Velji vrh 712 m, Čisti vrh 616 m, Popova glava 584 m, Sveti Vid 440 m.



What is interesting from the aspect of tourism and for those who love bird watching is that the area Solila resident birds flamingos or pennant, which is a very rare bird, and small birds cormorant (sendag), one of the most threatened birds in Europe, and landed on this habitat. According to the Master - Plan for Tourism Development (Boka Kotorska) is scheduled for Solila to gradually turne into an ornithological park.
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