Join us on this journey by boat along the indented Southern Adriatic coast of Montenegro – a small country of abundant natural beauties and cultural heritage.
Admire this only Montenegrin fjord – much like those in Norway: greyish-white mountains enhance the fjord with miniature islands scattered on the Bay’s smooth sea surface. We will visit the miniature island of “Our Lady of the Rocks” as well as a church built in the XVII century. Our Lady of the Rocks is famous for its 68 murals painted by one of the best-known Baroque mural artists of that time – Tripo Kokolja. One must also visit the stunning beauty of the ancient city of Kotor – a medieval Mediterranean pearl. During this visit to Kotor, be sure to visit the renowned Cathedral of St. Tryphon and the Maritime Museum preserving valuable artefacts’ depicting the tradition of Boka citizens.
Ready to explore Montenegro and see all of its marvels? Reserve your spot on this excursion and join us!
- Explore the island of Our Lady of the Rocks known for the XVII century church
- Visit the Cathedral of St. Tryphon in the old city of Kotor
- Enjoy a boat ride on the “Le Couche D’Eau”, with restaurant, café bar and terrace, sunbathing lounges
Departure from hotel according to plan.
08:00 – a departure from Dubrovnik to Montenegro by coach
10:30 – boat ride, sightseeing, and swimming (optional)
12:00 – return to Mirište Bay and boarding “Le Couche D’Eau”
12:30 – boat to Our Lady of the Rocks, lunch on the boat
14:15 – Our Lady of the Rocks sightseeing (boat moors alongside island)
15:00 – cruising commences past Perast, Stoliv and Prčanj
16:15 – arrival Kotor – spare time
17:00 – a departure for Dubrovnik (ferry and/or driving around the Bay)
INCLUDED IN PRICE
- Boat ride
- Professional guide
- Lunch on the boat
- Tickets for Our Lady of the Rocks
- Bottle of still water
- Full day
- Make sure to take your visa and passport with you
- Tuesday and Friday (from 01.06.)
* Guiding in different languages available on different days
Gulliver reserves the right to amend or cancel any trip without prior notice
A city filled with churches and palaces
Perast is considered the largest monument of the Bay of Kotor since the whole place is made out of stone.Read more