Located in the Southern Balkan peninsula, Montenegro is a perfect combination of clear bue waters, sandy and pebble beaches surrounded by breathtaking cascades of mountains and shore cliffs. This southern coastline of Adriatic is complemented by many small and secluded beaches, some accessible only by sea.
Lack of heavy industry and exploitation, left this beautiful 200km of Adriatic shore line vastly untouched and its waters clean. Over past several years, Montenegro has been becoming one of the Europe’s most exciting new diving destinations, known for its historical wrecks, steep limestone cliffs rich with caves, caverns and archeological sites. Dozens of military and merchant ships were sunk in these waters over centuries.
“The part of the Adriatic Coast belonging to Montenegro is the purest part of the Mediterranean”
There is a number of attractive shipwrecks that attract divers today. Ancient cities such as Kotor, Budva, Ulcinj, Old Bar, Petrovac rich with historical and cultural monuments, make Montenegro vacation a perfect combination of diving and site seeing. The Montenegrin sea coast has steep limestone cliffs with many small caverns. Underwater cliffs are rich in flora, fauna, corals and other colonies and visibility is from 15 to 35m.