3 nights in Dubrovnik & 7 nights in Montenegro
This fantastic two country combination offers a winning blend of history and stunning scenery, beaches and crystal-clear waters. After a few days’ sightseeing in Dubrovnik, what could be finer than to be driven south to the charming resort of Kotor or Budva in Montenegro. It is just two hours away from Dubrovnik, and is one of the oldest Adriatic settlements.
Both Kotor and Budva picturesque old towns are brimming in atmosphere, with its narrow streets, shady piazzas and grand buildings. They also boasts some of the best sandy beaches in the Adriatic, with a backdrop of dramatic mountain scenery. This two-centre combination allows you to combine two beautiful Countries, and two fascinating ancient coastal settlements, and has plenty to satisfy the sun-seeker too! Please note we can also combine Dubrovnik with Kotor and Budva as 3 centre option, please do make enquiry, we are more than happy to help you. Kotor is for more history lovers and Budva is more beach lovers.
Budva’s main beach, Mogren, is reached from the old town of Stari Grad. As you swim you can admire the views of the ancient city, with its backdrop of stunning mountain scenery. Those who want to escape the crowds can find quieter spots to sunbathe on the bays outside the town.
If you would like to vary the duration of your holiday or choose different hotels simply call our tailor-made holiday experts for a quotation.
A friendly hotel in a convenient location with great views, this attractive hotel is set on the Lapad peninsula, close to the sea and within a short bus ride of Dubrovnik’s fascinating old town. Read more...
The Avala Hotel offers the best of both worlds - an enviable location just a few
moments’ walk from Budva’s charming old town and a beautiful private pebbly beach. There are 300 rooms in total including 6 two bedroom ,Family Suites, 55 Standard Villas and 10 Family. All of the rooms have: air conditioning, flat-shades and accessed via a panoramic lift.
Dubrovnik is sure to take your breath away - the pale stone of the ancient city walls and ornate pires stretching above the red roofs, surrounded by the sparkling waters of the Adriatic. Read more...
This charming resort boasts some of the best beaches in the Adriatic, overlooked by the picturesque
old town with a backdrop of imposing mountain scenery. At 3,500 years old, Budva is one of the oldest Adriatic settlements. The old town, Stari Grad, is set on a peninsula, leading historians to believe that it was originally an island. Budva was ruled by the Venetians for 400 years, as is obvious from the Gothic detailing to be found on several buildings here. Ramparts dating back to the fifteenth-century surround the medieval centre. Narrow streets connect shady squares and entire
afternoons are lost exploring the numerous churches and monuments, or sipping crna kafa, strong black Turkish-like coffee, in laid-back cafés.
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