Bay of Kotor
The stunning bay here is formed by Europe’s most southernmost fjord, and the surrounding panorama is probably the most popular attraction on Montenegro. The bay is home to several well-preserved medieval towns, and it’s easy to tour them. Look out for the ancient churches and monasteries.
Accommodation in Bay of Kotor
This 18th century baroque mansion was originally the home of a high ranking general. Set just back from the old town, the stone clad exterior houses a lovingly restored property, with beautifully restored rooms that have exposed brickwork and cosy beds. The style is traditional but not old fashioned.
A boutique hotel within a baroque setting, the UNESCO-protected Bay of Kotor is the backdrop for this fabulous property. The eleven suites are individually designed, and are centred around the main building. The wellness centre contains a spa, Jacuzzi and Turkish bath, and there’s even a small, intimate restaurant.