Montenegro Walking and Trekking holidays
Montenegro is often called the pearl of the Mediterranean, because of its fine mountains and superb situation in the southern Adriatic. You'll find incredible natural beauty - clear lakes, fast rivers, dramatic mountains and canyons. Added to this, you'll be delighted by hospitable villages and towns, and sample some of the locally-produced cheeses and home-made brandy.
A tiny country in the Balkan Peninsula, Montenegro has a wealth of natural beauty within a compact area. Long, sandy beaches, high peaks, deep canyons and medieval villages can all be found within easy reach of each other. The country boasts five natonal parks, the only fjord in southern Europe and shares the largest lake in the Balkans with Albania.
"Montenegro may be one of the smallest and newest countries in Europe, but it punches well above its weight. The limestone peaks that offer dramatic views over the Bay of Kotor and the wooded lower slopes and canyons of the Durmitor Massif, which has several peaks of around 2,500m in altitude, make for fine and varied walking with immense contrasts." Brian Wood 2017
To plan your Montenegro walking trip, contact a specialist trekking consultant today.
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