Nestled in a placid corner of Montenegro’s Bay of Kotor on the Adriatic coast, the once humble town of Tivat has become a magnet for visitors seeking unspoiled waters to splash in and enjoy.
With natural features well-suited for the building of marinas, sailboats and pleasure cruises, find a perfect place here to enjoy the lovely seaside environment.
Surrounded by green hills descending from the imposing Mount Vrmac to the gentle emerald waters below, Tivat’s relatively small population of about 14,000 people in the greater municipality keep a small-town feel despite the ever-growing development going on. There are museums snugly fit into the borders along with some fantastic eateries, wine tastings, and nightclub action. Places to explore in and around town include the Tivat Promenade (perfect for long strolls and people-watching), Belani Beach, Large Town Park, the “town-within-a-town” which is Porto Montenegro, the Vrmac Ridge, and the Gorazda Fortress.