Komovi located as gradient built up between the Kucka Krajina and the Prokletije mountain ranges, at the far east of Montenegro, bordering with Albania is considered as one of Montenegro’s more beautiful ranges, after the ones of Durmitor and Prokletije. The range is characterized and dominated by the beautiful twin peaks of Kom Vasojevicki (2461m) and Kom Kucki (2487m). Or better and more accurately the triplet peaks, because Kom Kucki is a divided into two summits although depending on which side you viewing it looks to appear as one.
Many people consider Ada Bojana to be a natural reservation of national park type. This is a river isle, at the very end of Great Beach, at the spot where the river Bojana gets separated from the beach. The isle is a triangle, with the Bojana River from two sides and the Adriatic Sea from the third one.
Pivsko Jezero is an artificial lake created by the construction of Hydro Power Plant ; in 1975. There is a dam, near village Mratinje 10 kilometers from Scepan Polje, which is 220 meters high and it is one of the highest in Europe.
Slansko Jezero means “Salt lake”. It is a karstic lake that lies not far from Nikšić, on the road to Dubrovnik. The lake is 617 meters above sea level. It is shallow and has a very indented form with a great many small islands.
Sveti Nikola island is located opposite to the town of Budva, 1 km from Budva’s old town. The island is 2 km long, and it has an area of 36 hectares (89 acres). The highest point on the island is a cliff that rises 121 meters (397 ft) above the sea. The island is a popular excursion site in the Budva area.
Sveti Marko Island is located near the town of Tivat, in the Boka Kotorska (Bay of Kotor). It is aligned with the Tivat’s other island, Prevlaka Island. The island is entirely covered with greenery. In 1962, a tourist settlement was built there, with 500 Tahiti-style houses, without water supply or electricity. It was managed by Club Med, and until the Yugoslav wars, it was a very popular tourist destination.
Prevlaka Island also known as Ostrvo Cvijeća (Island of flowers) is located near the town of Tivat, in the Boka Kotorska (Bay of Kotor). The island is 300 m long and 200 m wide. It is connected with mainland by a narrow isthmus. The island was the residence of the metropolitan of Zeta’s diocese from 13th to the 15th century.