The Taste of Montenegro

Delights of the Sea

“Oysters – your way.”

Sample fresh oysters & muscles straight from the Adriatic to your plate; enjoy a glass of wine, beer or sparkling water as you appreciate the fruit of the deep blue Adriatic Sea.

Visit “The Best Seafood & Delicacies” store in the bay and find that perfect gift for a loved one or simply purchase locally produced cheese, prosciutto & wine to enjoy later during your holiday.

Olive Grove

Visit the 400-year-old family owned olive mill and experience a step back in time to the days of handmade olive oil. See the antique tools, instruments and pictures from centuries gone by. Sample homemade cheese, smoked ham (prosciutto), and Rakija (regional spirit, not for the faint hearted).

Romance is in the air surrounded by the views of the Lovcen & Orjen mountains and the amazing sight of Boka Bay from 250m above sea level.

Kingdoms & Faith

Centuries of conquering nations and the legacy of those dedicated to the faith of God, this tour takes you to legendary sites where the remanence of powerful nations still stand today side by side with the everlasting monuments of the faithful.

Discover the three 15th & 16th century fortresses in Herceg Novi starting from 170m above sea level with breathtaking views of the Adriatic entrance to Boka Bay. Visit medieval Monasteries and learn about the men who by faith built them against all odds.

Wine Tasting

Bringing back the traditional taste of Boka bay, Savina Winery (named after the nearby Monastery dating back to 1030 AD) is an 1830 estate and originally produced wines that were not for sales.

In recent years the family owned winery has become an international multi award winning cellar. Blessed with over 240 days of sunshine each year it’s little wonder that the fruit of their vines are blended to achieve the Medals from  experts worldwide.

Your palate will thank you for visiting this place.

Stone Village

Built all by hand entirely from locally quarried stone, this 15th century village has stood through numerous earthquakes and wars to now become a living museum for us to enjoy.

Located over 700m above sea level you will enjoy breathtaking views of Boka Bay from the nearby grounds of St Nikola Orthodox monastery.

Your host will provide a deep understanding of mountain life and you will sample the rich homemade delights of the hinterlands.

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