Tivat Vacation and Travel Tips
Although small, Tivat is one of Montenegro’s most monumental coastal towns. In fact, once modest Tivat is today one of the Mediterranean’s most popular yachting destinations. Ideally located in the breathtaking Bay of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tivat boasts a redeveloped world-class marina, Porto Montenegro, that attracts superyachts from around the globe.
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This upscale hotel brings a sense of grace and grandeur to the shores of the UNESCO-protected Boka Bay by offering luxurious guest rooms, a variety of dining options, and sparkling pools.
On land, visitors will discover a town rich in culture, tradition and venerated churches, all under the shadow of majestic Mount Vrmac. On par with its renovated marina, Tivat is also developing as a culinary destination, with a cornucopia of quality restaurants.
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Porto Montenegro – This upscale marina is not just about yachts. Porto Montenegro is also overflowing with shops, luxury boutiques, restaurants, bars, live music and more.
Maritime Heritage Museum – Montenegro has a proud maritime history. In fact, Porto Montenegro, once known as the Arsenal shipyard, used to be a naval base dating back to 1889 and was one of the largest on the Adriatic. The museum showcases more than 300 exhibits of the area’s naval history, including a Yugoslav submarine.
Mount Vrmac – Hikers or bikers who make it to the top of Vrmac are rewarded with awe-inspiring views of the Bay of Tivat, the Bay of Kotor, the offshore islands and the Adriatic coastline.
Island of Our Lady of Mercy – The Adriatic is dotted with islands, and one of the smallest in the Bay of Tivat is home to one of the most beautiful Catholic churches on the coast, the Church of Our Lady of Mercy. The church was built in the 15th century and dedicated to the conception of The Virgin Mary.