Montenegro (Crna Gora) is Europe’s youngest state, established on 3rd June, 2006. Although the country is less known, it is considered to be an attractive destination where tourism has not yet been fully developed. Now it is time to get to know something new, in this case Montenegro!
The 13 812 km2 state is located in the southwest part of the Balkan Peninsula. It has a coast to the Adriatic Sea at the south-west and is bordered by Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Albania and Serbia.
Montenegro is a natural “jewel box”, where you can find everything in one place: the highest peaks of mountains, the world’s second deepest canyon, pristine landscapes, ancient forests, azure and turquoise sea, where dolphins swim freely.
The country of black mountains is known as the pearl of the Adriatic, a wonderful tourist destination. This country offers you an unforgettable holiday, the towering mountain peaks and hills extending down to the beach will make your time spent here outstanding.
Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate, with long, dry summers and short, mild winters. Any time we arrive from Central Europe, we will surely feel warm. The area belongs to subtropical climates; winters are warm, with prevailing pleasantly warm, seaside temperatures. In the inland areas, the climate is mild continental, for example, in Podgorica the average January temperature is 5°C and in July it is 27°C.
High karst mountains are located in the territory of Montenegro, some reaching 1700 m. There the climate is sub-alpine climate with cold winters and up to 5m of snow; the summers are mild. The average temperature in January is from 3°C to 6°C, in July anything from 23°C to 9°C can occur.
The best time to visit
The best time for a motorcycle tour to Montenegro is the period from May to the first half of October. During the summer months it is advisable to avoid the coast due to the large number of tourist; it is also difficult to find accommodation at that time as well. The mountainous region has no such problems.
Roads and Riding
Visitors to Montenegro will find the road network to be of high quality. The mountain roads are winding, with sparse traffic, whereas the coastal roads can be crowded.
Tours which concern Montenegro:
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|Official language:||Montenegrin (very similar to Serbien)|
|Time zone:||Central European Time (GMT +1)|
|Visa, documents:||Tourists from most countries (EU, USA, etc) do not need visa. A valid passport is required only.|
|Electricity:||220 V / 50 Hz|