Boka Bay is one of the world’s 25 most beautiful bays and protected UNESCO World Heritage Site. Resting above the thin coastline within the abruptly tall mountain chains, it guards its uniqueness, history, culture, gastronomy, vegetation, coastal bay towns, and breathtaking
backdrops, leaving you fully amazed.
A two-hour of picturesque drive along the coastline of Montenegro, will lead you into famous Kotor Bay – the most vivid part of Europe’s southernmost fjord. The old town of Kotor, with 5 km city walls is one of the best preserved Mediterranean urban settlements. Situated
beneath the hill of San Giovanni with a 16th century fortress at the top, the city protects a churches, museums, palaces, stone-paved streets, and many stories for you to discover.
The baroque town of Perast is said to be the most romantic village-city in the Boka Bay. Only a one-street-town, accessorized with houses resembling the well-dressed members of a choir, it overlooks at the surrounding mountain ranges, ‘’Verige’’ entrance to the Boka Bay,
the natural island of St. George, and the legendary artificial museum-island Our Lady of the Rocks. Little village of Perast is home of 16 churches, with the spirit of Venice immersed in it.