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Bay of Kotor, Kotor

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web
As a World Heritage Site, Bay of Kotor features well-preserved medieval monuments, pristine beaches and majestic mountains, and some of the quaintest towns along the Adriatic Sea. Commonly called Europe's southernmost fjord, the bay has a rare blend of turquoise water and dramatic geological features, in a remarkably compact space. Hike through the green hills and coves, explore Romanesque walls and churches, and eat local dishes. Visit beaches and join the area's famous nightlife scene. If you like cruises, choose from among a wide range of tours that allow you to visit historical sights and nature's hidden gems. Bay of Kotor is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Kotor Edition.
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  • Went on a day trip from Dubrovnik to kotor and budva, kotor is stunning from a scenic point of view but that's where it's good points end. Seemed like a poor imitation of Dubrovnik's old city, not wor...  read more »
  • One of the most beautiful places of Montenegro-Boka Bay! Lovely views, clean sea! Really liked the city itself, not by chance that he is protected by UNESCO as a monument of culture. The old town of Kotor is one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe. I advise you to stop in Kotor for several days to walk leisurely on its old streets. Be sure to take a look at the market, it is next to the Central gate in the old city, the taste there delicious prosciutto, cheeses (similar to Spanish Jamón), buy home dried mushrooms!
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  • I didn't know what to expect on arrival at Kotor- and was amazed by what we saw. What a beautiful bay, surrounded by mountains and not yet spoiled by tourism. 
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