16. Februar 2018
Considered mostly as a “summer resort”, Montenegro offers a plethora of amazing winter options. Until March the country enjoys a mild Adriatic climate and lots of sun, rich in untouched nature, incredible scenery and activities
Porto Montenegro is the Mediterranean’s leading luxury yacht homeport and marina village. The state of the art facility is easily accessible from three international airports (Tivat, Podgorica and Dubrovnik). It has been designed to cater to the meticulous needs of all yachts, their owners, guests and crew with specific infrastructure for the largest yachts afloat. The marina currently has 460 berths accommodating yacht up to 250 meters, 300 sold out waterfront luxury apartments, as well as 60 units of ground floor retail made up of restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and amenities and a fivestar Regent Hotel with over 80 luxury suites and apartments, all nestled within the UNESCO protected Bay of Kotor. The village has Knightsbridge International School, an iconic exclusive Yacht Club with a 64 metre infinity pool and adjoining Sports Club, Tennis Club and naval museum. In 2017, Porto Montenegro received a prestigious Superyacht Marina of Distinction award and 5 Golden Anchors from The Yacht Harbour Association for the high quality facilities and services provided. Also, Porto Montenegro has become the first marina in the world to receive TYHA’s Platinum award.
Three more reasons to come to Montenegro in Winter:
Skiing in Kolašin: This hidden gem nestled in the mountains of northern Montenegro will rival Switzerland, France and Italy for winter skiing. Aside from the breath taking views, Kolašin is home to some of the freshest powder out there. Not to mention the new Four Points by Sheraton hotel with spa will add a dash of luxury to a busy day on the slopes.
Offroad Jeep tour: Fewer things are more exhilarating than going offroad in a Jeep, and with flexible arrangements to suit one day or multiple day tours, you can choose an experience that works for you. But be warned off roading is not for the faint hearted! The icy conditions of the Montenegrin winter can raise hairs on the most experienced adrenaline junkie.
Helicopter tour over the snowy peaks: If trekking through the snow is not quite for you, why not enjoy the sights from the warmth and comfort of a helicopter? Get a bird’s eye view of this stunning country and its rich historical and geographical landscape.
Images: Porto Montenegro