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Boka Bay

The Bay of Kotor, one of the 25 most beautiful bays in the world, part of the UNESCO cultural heritage, is, without a doubt, the most impressive when experienced from the sea. Due to its unusual appearance, it is often called the southernmost fjord in Europe, but in fact the Bay of Kotor is a submerged canyon. The bay consists of 4 smaller ones - Tivat, Herceg Novi, Risan and Kotor Bay. The narrowest part of the bay, the Verige Strait, divides it into inner and outer parts. The Bay of Kotor exudes unusual peace and quiet. The boat ride will take you through uniquely picturesque nature, turbulent history and enchanting architecture.

Departure by bus is from Budva, to Kotor, the old town, where accompanied by a guide you have free time and a tour.

At 10:30 the ship departs from Kotor. This part of the trip through the Bay of Kotor lasts 50 minutes and it is, in our opinion, the most beautiful part of the Bay of Kotor, because in a unique way mix the natural beauty of the high mountains in the sea and the work of human hands: the palace of former famous sailors, church and the unique walls of Kotor. When we pass through the narrowest part of the Bay of Kotor, we will visit the artificial island of Our Lady of Rocks.

After that, through Verige, we go towards Zanjice. Via Bijela and Djenovici, we come to Mirista, where you can swim as you wish or enjoy the boat restaurant, and if you wish, you can board a boat and visit the Blue Cave. After that, you go to Herceg Novi, which takes about 40 minutes and there you have about an hour and a half to see the city and the fortress.

From there, we go to Tivat, where we dock in Pine, which are in the immediate vicinity of the port of Porto Montenegro, where a bus is waiting for us and return to Budva. The ship is highly modern. It has deck chairs and a restaurant, made of wood, which the guests can enjoy during their stay.

Price 25 €

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