Size: 5,019 square miles (13,812 square kilometers) - about the size of Connecticut
Border countries: Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Albania
National tourist office: www.visit-montenegro.com
At a glance
Montenegro is often called the "jewel of the Mediterranean." Montenegro emerged from years of economic difficulty and political unrest and has become one of the most popular destinations in Europe because of the diverse natural landscape and the stunning beaches. The country’s compact size allows for tourists to experience the various appeals of Montenegro, including its mountains, glacial lakes, natural parks, rivers, and beaches.
A particularly appealing part of Montenegro is its charming coastal harbors and beaches. The Adriatic coast is home to some of the most beautiful and pristine beaches in Europe, drawing visitors to bask in the Mediterranean sun and dine on the exquisite seafood. Montenegro's coast is home to some of the country’s most beautiful ancient towns, rising dramatically from the Adriatic and welcoming visitors to come explore.
Why cyclists love it
Montenegro bike tours are popular due to its small size, Mediterranean location, and proximity to other appealing Adriatic destinations. Bicycle tours in Montenegro often also pass through neighboring countries while exploring the varied landscapes and sites of this interesting region. The mountains are a great destination for a Montenegro bike tour so you can experience the dramatic views.
Bike and boat tours in Montenegro are an excellent option for taking in all the coastal region has to offer. Days spent cycling along coastal roads with views of the sparkling Adriatic are followed by evenings on your "floating hotel," where you can relax on the boat deck while taking in the spectacular beaches and harbors from another perspective.
On our newest tour starting in Croatia you explore on the San Snova the worth-seeing coast of Montenegro. Departure point of this journey is Dubrovnik, one of the most beautiful towns in the Adriatic and a listed World Heritage site; on account of its historical importance it is often called the "Athens of Croatia."
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