There is no better way to explore Montenegro than to sail its dramatic coastline. The coastline is more steep and rugged than in Croatia but equally attractive with small ancient towns that appear sleepy and indifferent to the outside world. The coastline - 293 km long, offers over 73km of beaches and numerous coves.
The ancient city of Budva offers a wide variety of beaches, the famous Queen's beach on your way to Budva is accessible only by sea. The marina in Budva is located in front of the walls of the old town of Budva, built during the Venetian rule. Other historical sites include the fortress Citadela, the Church of St. Ivan, Maria and Trinity.
Founded in 1382 'The city of the Sun' Herceg Novi is one of the most attractive summer places in Montenegro. The area around Herceg Novi offers one of the best sailing spots in Montenegro, while the coves of Zanjic and Mirista are known for having the cleanest waters in this part of the Adriatic. The Old town of Herceg Novi has many historical sites, two fortesses Spanjola and Forte Mare are amongst them.
Rich in mythology, the town of Kotor is situated at the foot of Mt. Lovcen, at the end of the Boka Kotorska Bay which is, by its beauty and appearance, unique in the whole of the Mediterranean. It's one of the best-preserved medieval towns in this part of the Mediterranean. Kotor is placed on the UNESCO-list of world heritage. The old town is surrounded by city walls. The fortification system of Kotor, which protects it from the sea, is actually a wall 4.5 km long, 20 m high and 15 m wide, and is preserved as one of the world's historic sites. Kotor was first settled during the Roman times, when it was known as Acruvium and was part of the Roman province of Dalmatia
There are only 5 marinas in Montenegro. The marina at Prcanj is the closest marina for exploring the Kotor Bay.