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Montenegro - The harbour for a healthy & luxury lifestyle

Published : Sat, Nov 14, 2020

“A scene so magnificent and so impressive that it is worth all the journey from England just to have looked at it” ..Mrs Edith Durham Tivat, the youngest town in the Boka Bay was established on the plateau at the bottom of the Mount Vrmac, which divides it from Kotor. While Tivat will never rival Kotor for charm, Tivat is a town full of changes and incredible destiny. It used to be the seaside resort for the rulers, nobility and poets in the Middle Ages and nowadays, as history repeats itself, Tivat is the resort for the contemporary nobility and European billionaires, offering extensive opportunities for a luxurious tourist experience. Superyachts, sailboats, catamarans and the elegant promenade with it's rows of luxurious apartment blocks provide extravagance to this small town of just 15,000 inhabitants. Tivat's cultural summer schedule includes good theatre plays, performances, literary evenings, fine art exhibitions, concerts, stand-up comedies, film projections, recitals, and folklore plays in both July and August. This growing city has two International day schools and boarding schools for boys and girls, modelled on international standards of high quality schools across the globe. Tivat has good infrastructure and it is 10 km away from Kotor, 23 km away from Budva, 90 km from Podgorica and 2.5 hours away from the ski centre in Kolasin. One out of two Montenegrin International airports is located just 3 km from Tivat, and instead of driving around the Bay, there is a ferry that takes you to Herceg Novi's side of the Bay in 10 minutes. If you are into hiking, mountain biking, or extreme canyon adventures, then mountain Vrmac, which is overlooking Tivat offers its slopes and a canyon to be conquered. Those who prefer a more tranquil holiday can go snorkelling in the Blue Cave, one of the most popular attractions that can be reached only by boat. Visiting Mamula, a fortified island with the most beautiful sunset is a must, as well as the three islets: The Island of Flowers, Saint Marco Island & Our Lady of Mercy. Also don't forget the Lustica Peninsula that is waiting for you to discover it.