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.
The old route from Kotor to Njegusi, an old legendary route who lost has glance, and now is staring in its own paradoxical story were the farther is slowly stepping out the shadows of the more well know son, the serpentine of Kotor, known for its U-turns and far sights. But before his son was giving passage to his own people and visitors going up to the mountainous inner parts of Montenegro, it was him bringing them up with even more serpentine’s.
A great way to see the natural and historical beauty of Montenegro is via a private bus tour. A variety of bus tours are available to different destinations and some tours companies incorporate Montenegro into their Balkan packages. Tours of the region (including other destinations like Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia and Serbia) from 15 to as many as 43 days, starting at around 1,300€.
Montenegro is best know as a summer destination but the country has loads of winter sports for both cross-country and downhill skiing. Plus, virgin nature of the Montenegrin lakes, rivers, and its mountains promise you to have a delightful snow time.
Sailing in Montenegro
The famous english poet Byron once wrote “The most beautiful contact between the earth and sea took place at the Montenegrin littoral”. With this he described the Boka Kotorska bay. Belonging to the world most beautiful bay’s because the from the sea rising mountains, wrinkles azureblue seawater and centuries old seaside towns. Making it to a ideal sailing destination.
Surf in the Adriatic is a very fickle thing indeed. What is required is a major weather system to drill around at the entrance of the Adriatic around Albaniato send anything resembling swell up into the northern reaches. This can and does happen from time to time with Montenegro’s coastline making the best of these conditions.
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.
Seakayaking at the Boka Kotorska
One of the most enjoyable ways to explore the coastline during the summer months is from a sea kayak. It’s easy to do and no experience is required. Paddle and explore the intriguing fjords of the Bay of Kotor. See the deserted Island of Mamula, the blue caves and the quaint villages of Zanijic, Rose, Risan, Perast and Kotor.