The Long Beach Hotel Montenegro
The Long Beach Hotel Montenegro is a newly renovated beachfront resort right on Velika Plaža, one of Europe’s longest beaches, with everything you need to wind down and shape up. Venture beyond the sandy beach and see Montenegro’s scenic nature on foot, roam on two wheels, hike in whimsical Virpazar, or try parasailing and admire the Ada Bojana and Valdanos beaches from the air.
Apart from romantic spots like Lake Skadar’s amazing landscapes and tucked-away beaches, you can experience a wealth of history here. Explore Old Bar’s fortress settlement or visit Ulcinj’s Old Town where Cervantes was held prisoner by pirates. Savor local cuisine or stroll down cobbled narrow lanes and watch the sunset over the bay. See the wildlife by day and join the wild parties in Budva and The Bay of Kotor by night.
Our 3-Star All-Inclusive Hotel is easily accessible and just a short distance away from the best sights the Ulcinj Riviera has to offer, and great for those who wish to start uncovering the secrets that lie hidden in every corner of this special place.
Visit these lovely places with atmospheric castles, monumental mountains and waters dotted with water lilies. They will enthrall you whether you like trekking, fishing, swimming, birdwatching or wine tasting.
This delightful paradise has it all, from water skiing to horseback riding to heavenly nature – it boasts cool kitesurfing schools, welcoming eateries and a famous hippie nudist beach.
Your escape to Montenegro is not complete without a visit to Bar. Discover the Old Fortress, a must-see holiday attraction, see the oldest olive tree in Europe and explore the lovely stony coves.
Pack your party gear and hit all the packed beach clubs in Budva, Montenegro’s party capital. Don’t miss The Sea Dance Festival, the summer’s greatest party.
The ancient Sveti Stefan is an exclusive fortified islet that’s a must in every traveler’s itinerary. Visit the glamorous pink-sand Miločer and Queen’s Beach, fit for a king.
Why not set sails for the marvelous medieval town of Kotor, an Unesco World Heritage Site, the uber-chic Porto Montenegro in Tivat, or the magnetic Herceg Novi?