Montenegrin Traditional Cuisine

Discover a Wine and Food selection

For such a small country, Montenegro’s traditional cuisine comes in many delicious flavours. It ranges from freshly served seafood on the coast to hearty mountain fare designed to keep hard-working farmers going.

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About Montenegro

Breathtaking Beauty
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Montenegro National Parks

Impossibly rugged and dramatic

Durmitor stuns with dizzying canyons, glittering glacial lakes and nearly 50 limestone peaks soaring to over 2000m; the highest, Bobotov Kuk, hits 2523m.

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Central Montenegro

Snow tipped mountains and fresh water lakes

Montenegro is a small, mountainous state in south-west Balkans and borders Croatia.

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16th-century Venetian Fortress beach resort

Petrovac sits on the south-west side of Montenegro on what’s known as the Budva Riviera.

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Scenic island views

Perast the special Baroque-style place.

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Lustica Bay Peninsula

Secluded beaches and a dusting of fishing villages

Lustica Peninsula is at the entrance of the bay of Kotor and effectively separates Tivat Bay from the Adriatic.

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The hectic, happy charm

Budva is a beautiful coastal town on the Adriatic Sea and is part of the Budva Riviera.

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Bar Coastal Town

Olive groves and sandy beaches

The city lies to the south of the Montenegrin coast, close to the Albanian border.

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Lake Skadar National Park

Undiscovered beauty

Lake Skadar is the largest in the Balkans.

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Sveti Stefan

The jewel of Montenegro

Sveti Stefan is one of our favourite places on the Budva Riviera!

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Porto Montenegro

The perfect cruising ground

An amazing place, definitely one of the best tourist investments on the Montenegrin coast in the last 25 years.

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Romance, ambience and living history

Kotor is a medieval walled city in Boka Kotorska Bay.

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