Montenegro is a small Balakan country with a fascinating and often turbulent history. It’s home to dramatic mountain landscapes and long stretches of coastline, making it ideal to explore on a catamaran. You’ll get the chance to explore its Riviera and quaint historic towns. Some nights we’ll dock in a charming sheltered bay.
The catamaran has four double cabins with private bathrooms and two single cabins. Two of the cabins have double beds and two have split double beds. You can opt for a smaller single room if you’re travelling solo. This itinerary is a rough guide and it can vary from trip to trip.
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Group Trip Breakdown
Day 1: Kotor
Our Montenegro gay sailing trip begins in the marina of the historic town of Kotor. It’s a world heritage site and well worth exploring. Check out its striking Medieval fortress on the steepest mountains in the region. Experience the local cuisine and explore the narrow cobbled squares. We’ll board at 5:30 pm, show you to your cabin and have a welcome drink.
Day 2: Risan
We’ll sail to Perast, a small charming village. We’ll be staying in the unspoiled village of Risan, which happens to be the oldest settlement in the region. Wake up in the morning to a stunning view over the bay.
Day 3: Bigova
Bigova is a small fishing village set in a stunning bay. It was once a haven for pirates – the bay is sheltered so it offered respite from storms. Today it shelters fishing boats and the yachts of wealthy tourists. You’ll find charming stony beaches. We’ll eat fresh fish caught by local fishermen.
Day 4: Budva
Today we’ll head south to Sveti Stefan, a village with an ancient history and some modern, luxury amenities. Swim and explore the beaches – Miločer or Queen’s beaches are highlights. We’ll then sail to Budva and explore its long stretch of coastline. It’s known as the Riviera of the Adriatic. Budva is a walled city with old monasteries and a harbour. Ploce beach is a must.
Day 5: Herzeq Novi
We’ll go for a swim and have lunch in the bay of Dobrec and spend the night at Herzeq Novi marina, located at the Gulf of Kotor. Take a stroll and explore the citadel and tree-lined square.
Day 6: Morinj
Today we’ll visit the Herzeq Novi and explore the nearby blue grotto. We’ll be spending the night in a beautiful village, Donji Morinj. It’s full of streams coming from the surrounding mountains and watermills. It’s also home to one of Montenegro’s finest restaurants, Catovica Mlini.
Day 7: Tivat
Take a morning swim around the Sv Dorde Islands. You can visit the churches on the tiny islands of Gospa and Skrpjela. We’ll be spending the night in Solila, a marina by Tivat. It’s located right by a national reserve with abundant wildlife and vegetation. The reserve is well worth exploring, especially if you like walking. There’s also a beautiful beach with views of the bay of Kotor.
Day 8: Departure
Time to say goodbye to Montenegro and your new sailing companions. You’ll be transferred to the airport for your return flight.
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