It is fast becoming an extremely popular tourist destination thanks to its prime geographical location, gorgeous weather, outstanding natural beauty and great-value Central Montenegro holiday homes. Central Montenegro enjoys more than 200 days of sunshine annually, a brilliant coastline and a highly mountainous interior.
Some other brilliant places to enjoy your summer holiday break are:
Rent Rhone-Alpes Holiday Rentals during the summer and indulge in hiking, paragliding and canoeing in the pleasant warm sunshine
Visit the pretty sandy beaches and vibrant bars and clubs near your Cala Ratjada Villas
Choose Boljun Villa Rentals - a Croatian paradise for outdoor sports lovers and thrill seekers
Admire the beautiful medieval fortress on the hills overlooking the port of Savona whilst staying in Savona Apartments
Favourite Destinations (Central Montenegro)
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Old stone houses have given way to luxurious penthouses in some parts of Montenegro since the tourism sector began to flourish. During your stay in you Central Montenegro holiday rentals, you will have the unique opportunity to see the architecturally rich hamlets of this land, along with their historic cities and hundreds of years old churches. Niksic, Cetinje and Danilovgrad are three magical cities located in Central Montenegro that certainly de-serve a visit. Interestingly, Niksic was not always known as such, its former title was Onogost, due to its being home to the monastery of Ostrog, a huge spiritual centre that houses the relics of a great saint named Herzegovinian Metropolitan Vasilijethat who originally founded this monastery. This spiritual centre welcomes people of all faiths, is located high up in the mountains and is often en-veloped by thick fog. People consider this place miraculous since it contains the relics of the late saint and miracle worker.
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With the Louvcen Mountain as its backdrop, the city of Cetinje has its own personality and charm. This city abounds in stunning architecture that dates back to the early 18th century. The Turks invaded and destroyed some of the most important monuments in this city between the 18th and 19th century, an event that did not, however, hold back or discourage the people of Montenegro, who set about rebuilding their precious monuments, some of which are still seen today, such as the Cetinje Monastery. This monastery now holds the relics of Saint Peter of Cetinje. Visit this monastery, the neighboring museums and parks and immerse yourself in Central Montenegro’s past whilst satying in your Central Montenegro holiday cottages. Along the banks of the River Zeta lies yet another historic city, Danilovgrad. Visit Danilovgrad during your Central Montenegro holidays to see the wonderful marble rocks, the age old monastery of Zdrebaonik and the well of Glava Zete. A wonderful way to get the most out of your sightseeing is to hire a local tour guide to take you round the most visited places in Danilovgrad.Spend time soaking up the sun on the beaches and sampling the fine local cuisine. The only thing you will regret is not booking a longer stay.