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Hidden Beauties of Montenegro - Top 20 Reasons to Visit Montenegro

Montenegro is an ancient land, re-envisioned in the guise of a newly-formed European country that is helping to mold thousands of years of cultural, architectural and culinary traditions into a geographical space of unprecedented natural beauty.

Montenegro is unlike no other place in Europe.  Soaring mountains and winter havens for skiers and snowboarders are just a few hours drive from some of the Mediterranean’s best beaches.  The sun shines on Montenegro for hundreds of days each year, and ancient cities are bordered by 2000-year-old olive trees that still yield their precious fruit for local olive oil.

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Montenegro is also a growing capital for adventure and extreme sports, including caving, rock climbing, skiing, paragliding – the list goes on.

And in the true Montenegrin spirit of hospitality, we at Montenegro.com have developed travelogues that truly describe our wonderful country in pictures that express our love for this place, so unlike any other in Europe.

Our Montenegrin travelogues are intended also for those who simply want to take a virtual stroll through Montenegro’s mountains, canyons, lakes, forests and other natural wonders that despite the advent of modern tourism, still enjoy the relaxing peace and quiet of a sunny summer’s day, as Montenegro intended you to enjoy it!

No sooner have the summer crowds on the coast calmed down than the first snows on the mountain peaks signify the official beginning of the winter tourist season.

The Mrtvica Canyon

 

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The Ice Cave
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The Komovi Mountains

Montenegro is a country with a beautiful coastline, unique beaches, islands, cultural riches, and the largest lake in this part of Europe. It is extremely rich in hunting grounds, birds and all types of fish but the essential riches of her attractiveness as a tourist centre is the huge diversity of natural beauty in such a very small area. This is what makes Montenegro as a tourist destination unique in the whole Mediterranean.
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Manito and Captain's Lake

There are very few places in the world where you can at one time of the year go skiing or snowboarding early in the morning, and just an hour later enjoy one of the superb sandy beaches, to the accompaniment of a good cocktail and a first-class view.

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Lipovo, Balji zub

The majority of tourists who visit Montenegro during the summer months, at the very height of the season, when all is seething with summer attractions, have no idea that the ideal time to visit can be during the pre-season, which covers the months of April May and June.
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Zminje Lake

Those are the months when one could say that there is a perfect combination of weather and the advantages of a small country full of the surprises of nature. Even before all the snow has melted from the mountains the season of swimming and the delights of the sea is well under way!

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Bablji zub Sinjavina

Today, by way of introducing you to the attractions of the mountains, we will take a short walk through what we can easily call the hidden beauty of the "black hills". We are grateful to our friends from the Komovi Mountaineering Society of Podgorica and their superb photographer Igor Stojovic for these pictures.

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Lake Rivac

Those who are looking at these photos for the first time and who don't yet know the natural beauties of our country may well think for a moment that the pictures are taken in different places throughout the world. All this beauty, all this diversity is found in one small area in our country of Montenegro which is yours too.
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Tara
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Lake Skadar

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Lake Zaboj
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Skakavac (The Grasshopper)
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The Kucke Mountains
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The road to the Captain's Lake
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Mountaineering in Verusa
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Prokletije Mountains
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Grabaja Valley
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Winter idyll in Mt Durmitor

Come and visit us as soon as possible, discover the hidden beauties of Montenegro.

  Gordan Stojovic Montenegro.com