With over 200 days sunshine per year meaning al fresco dining on New Years Eve, Montenegro is perfect for those looking for winter sun
Perfectly located in the UNESCO-protected Bay of Kotor, and in proximity to three international airports, the leading luxury marina village of Porto Montenegro is one of the most popular destinations in Montenegro.
Visitors to Porto Montenegro have the ideal base to explore some of Europe’s most impressive areas of natural beauty. Within a three hours’ drive from Porto Montenegro is Tara Canyon, the second deepest canyon in the world, as well as Lake Skadar, the largest lake in Southern Europe and often overlooked on the tourist trail. Meanwhile, the snow-capped mountains of Kolasin and Zabljak climb over 2,000 metres and provide the ideal setting for skiing away from Europe’s more crowded resorts.
Closer to home, it’s possible to set sail to the best beach clubs in Montenegro from Porto Montenegro, such as the world-famous Nikki Beach. The historic destinations of UNESCO-listed Kotor, famed for its labyrinthine streets and historic churches, and the picturesque Our Lady of the Rocks, a Roman Catholic Church off the coast of Perast, are perhaps Montenegro’s most famous landmarks.
Within Porto Montenegro itself, visitors will find many restaurants and international shops to explore. A new venue, the Onyx Bar & Garden by Beluga, has recently launched at the 5-star Regent Porto Montenegro. Open to hotel guests and visitors alike, the Onyx Bar overlooks the hotel’s elegantly landscaped gardens and features a menu of Beluga vodkas and vodka-based cocktails. For foodies, Forza Porto brings authentic Boka delicacies with a modern and sophisticated twist, whilst its sister restaurants Marea on the village Town Quay and Panorama at the PMYC Pool, combine traditional Mediterranean cuisine with a blend of Northern Montenegrin-inspired specialties.
Shopping highlights include a flagship Dior and a Five Star Fashion Boutique, which houses luxury brands including Ralph Lauren, La Martina and Gant are among the ten new retail outlets recently added to the village.
Due to its popularity with the yachting community, Porto Montenegro remains a vibrant destination year-round and yacht owners can enjoy a suite of special winter discounts on tailor-made Premium and Platinum berthing packages. At the heart of Porto Montenegro’s sailing scene is the Porto Montenegro Yacht Club (PMYC) where members can enjoy a member’s lounge and five-star hospitality, with an on-site restaurant and bar, nightclub, sailing and rowing facilities, gym and tennis courts, as well as a 64-metre swimming pool – boasting unparalleled views over Boka Bay it has been listed by Condé Nast Traveller as one of the world’s most iconic places to take a dip.
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