Gulet Cruise Montenegro 1- GCM1

Number of Days: 8
Destination: Europe

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  • Choosing a gulet cruise in Montenegro you will have opportunity to have a holiday in completely relax admiring the beautiful bays of Montenegro and fabulous old towns. The gulet offers every comfort of a modern boat mixed with the charm of a wooden boat. It is a gulet with comfortable cabins, with spacious spaces on the salon and on the deck, equipped with air condition, private toilette and Wi Fi in each cabin. The expert and friendly crew will takes you on a weekly program exploring the beautiful coast of Montenegro. A holiday program organized to alternate several time for swimming and relaxation, visiting in the evening several coastal towns like Kotor, Perast, Budvai and Tivat or enjoying a drink from the boat’s bar. The chef serves a delicious breakfast and lunch (or dinner) each day.

     

    Highlights: Kotor, Forte Rose, Budva, Petrovac, Miriste Bay, Perast, Tivat


  • 1th day Saturday Kotor
    Check in at 5 pm and meeting the crew with traditional welcome drink. The prettiest and best-preserved down in Montenegro, Kotor ( Unesco listed city ) its elaborate fortifications like tough, spikes armour, yet behind the city walls lies a disarming core of piazza-fronting churches. cobbled arteries and quirky shops- all in the embrace of one of Europe’s most spectacular bays. Part of Kotor’s addictive appeal is that it’s not a town of museums or major sights: it’s simply a darling place to dip in and out of piazzas, shops and cafes that peak out from old stone buildings, secreted down wonky alleyways. Slip into the rhythm of city life with a coffee at one of the pavement cafes. If you are feeling peckish, grab a sugar-dusted cherry strudel - a delicious local speciality - from the bakery on the square to nibble as you tour the town. Don’t miss the traditional cobblers around the corner from St. Nicholas Church. Stop by Antiques Stankovic, one of many antique dens in the city, for a netter about Balkan history. Wine producing is a way of life in Montenegro yet it may come as a surprise that the local drop is delicious, as well as great value. Evening is perfect time for tasting and the Old Town is laced with wine shops. Overnight on dock in Kotor, in front of the Old Town.

    2nd Day Sunday Forte Rose ( Mamula island )
    After breakfast we start our trip from Kotor to Forte Rose. During day we will serve lunch on the board and make few stops for swimming. At the very entrance to the magnificent Boka Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the world near Montenegro, is a foreboding, uninhabited island with a fortress.The island is called Mamula, former military fort site during WWII. At the first sign, the fort looks terrifying, but once entered, visitors are amazed by the ruins left stranded in time surrounded by beauty. The next place is Rose, one of the oldest settlements in these parts. Today there are some very important archeological sites in Rose both on land and at sea. Forte Rose’s beautiful fortress is recognizable for its spectacular views of the Bay of Kotor, white stone pathways and arches, oleander flowers and private beaches. On one side a small hill in a quiet cove called Little Rose is a sandy beach which is reached by a pleasant walk through the ancient village. Forte Rose is a small place perfect to enjoy an evening and escape reality. Overnight in Rose.

    3rd Day Monday Budva ( Sveti Nikola island )
    After breakfast we start our trip from Rose to Budva. During day we will serve lunch on the board and make few stops for swimming. Buddha is easily the country’s most-visited destination, it attracts on exploring its atmospheric Stari Grad (Old Town), sunning themselves on the bonny beaches of the Budva Riviera and partying until dawn; with scores of buzzy bars and clanging clubs, it’s not nicknamed ‘the Montenegrin Miami’ for nothing. Budva's best feature and star attraction is the Stari Grad (Old Town) – a mini-Dubrovnik with marbled streets and Venetian walls rising from the clear waters below. At its seaward end, the Citadela offers striking views, a small museum and a library full of rare tomes and maps. In the square in front of the citadel is a cluster of interesting churches. Nearby is the entry to the town walls. Known locally as ‘Hawaii’, Sveti Nikola is Montenegro’s largest island, stretching to nearly 2km.Its rocky beaches make it a popular destination. Overnight in Budva.

    4th Day Tuesday Budva - Petrovac
    After breakfast we start our trip from Budva to Petrovac. Again during day we will make few stops for swimming and lunch on board. The Romans had the right idea, building their summer villas on this lovely bay. Still, once you get down to the pretty beachside promenade where lush Mediterranean plants perfume the air and a 16th-century Venetian fortress guards a tiny stone harbour, the aberrations up the hill are barely visible. This is one of the best places on the coast for families: the water is clear and kids roam the esplanade at night with impunity. Petrovac enjoyed a few minutes of Hollywood fame in 2006 when the town was billed as the location for the Casino Royale in the James Bond film of the same name. One of two islets directly in front of the town beach, Katič can be visited via kayak. There’s a small cave to explore. The small church on the other islet, Sveta Nedjelja Island, is said to have been built in gratitude by a Greek sailor who was shipwrecked here. Local lore has it that ringing the church bell will bring health and happiness. Apart from the beaches, Petrovac’s most interesting attraction are Roman Mosaics. Overnight in Petrovac.

    5th Day Wednesday Petrovac - Miriste bay
    After breakfast we start our trip from Petrovac to Mariste bay . During day we will serve lunch on the board and make few stops for swimming. Miriste beach is a concrete-sand beach, located in a small vivid bay in a populated place of the same name. Here you can gain a complete piece for your body and soul by diving into a picturesque landscapes and enjoying pure forest air. On the shore you can chose beach surface as you like, either sand or concrete. This is one more place, where you will find yourself surrounded by local history. There are remnants of an old fortress Arza. And an insular monastery Zanica is opposite to the beach. Here you can enjoy an amazing view opens to Boka bay and Adriatic. A few taverns are in and around the wharf serving up coffee, cake, ice cream and simple meals. Overnight in Miriste Bay.

    6th day Thursday Miriste bay - Perast
    After breakfast we start our trip from Miriste bay to Perast. After a short navigation we come at Perast, where we are spend first night on board enjoying dinner and company. The Gulf of Kotor (Boka Kotorska) cuts deeply into the coastline of the southern part of the Yugoslav Adriatic, creating four spectacular bays ringed in mountains, the “fjords” of the Mediterranean. The little town of Perast is situated where the innermost bays of Risan and Kotor converge. Preceded by two jewel-like islands, Perast is focused on the sea. From the interaction between mainland and bay, the inherent contrast of stone and water, the dialogue of island and wave, sometimes in harmony but often in conflict, this sea-faring town has derived its unity, strength and sense of purpose.

    7th day Thursday Perast - Tivat
    Like previous days after breakfast we start our trip for that day. We take direction from Perast to Tivat. Again during day we will make few stops for swimming and lunch on board. After that we follow our route to Tivat. Tivat is situated in the central part of the Bay of Boka at the foot of Vrmac. The Bay of Tivat is the largest of four bays forming the Bay of Boka. In addition to visit the beautiful center of Tivat, it is also interesting visit the first luxury marina on the Adriatic, Porto Montenegro. Walking in marina Porto Montenegro is a fun, glamorous and relaxing experience, with many facilities, restaurants highest rank and fashion b r a n d s . I n t e r n a t i o n a l d e l i c a c i e s a n d authentic traditional M e d i t e r r a n e a n c u i s i n e c a n b e tasted in one of five restaurants in the village, from Italian delicacies, local t r a d i t i o n a l a n d international cuisine to Japanese sushi.

    8th day Saturday Tivat
    After breakfast we start, around 9 am check-out procedure.

  • On board facilities

    • Wi - Fi
    • Air Conditioning in the salon and in the cabins
    • Recreational equipment
    • Bar open until midnight
    • Breakfast, lunch (or dinner) each day

    Extra activities

    • Wine tour
    • Bike tour
    • Spa day
    • Daily excursion at your choice

     

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