By The Sea

Entire rental unit hosted by Ema

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bath
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The apartment is 200 meters from the Old Town, 10 meters from the beach. Near the apartment there is a shopping center. It is about 1 km away from the bus station, and from the Tivat airport 10-15 minutes drive.

Near the apartment there is a bakery (2 minutes from the apartment), there is also a restaurant which is located by the sea where you can relax with our traditional food and glass of wine.

The apartment was renovated in 2017. It is furnished with new furniture.

The space
The apartment consists of a kitchen that is fully equipped with a stove and oven. In the bedroom there is a double bed (160x190)as well as a wardrobe.There is also air conditioning.Free Wi-Fi is provided and also cable TV.Bathroom with shower. In front of the apartment there is a beautiful private terrace, which is great for breakfast.
Our place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).
The apartment has free parking.You’ll love our place because of the location.

We are waiting for you!


Popular Lonely Planet's Best in Travel yearbook for 2016 has named Kotor as the number one city to visit in the world.

Noble palaces in this unique town are the best storytellers of the long and rich life of Kotor. The history, tradition and culture of Kotor are abundant.


Top things to do in Kotor

1. Explore Perast and it's islands

Perast is situated opposite the Verige strait, at the foothill of the Kason hill. The town was named after the Illyrian tribe Pirusta and it had a very rich history. This small baroque town reached its height of glory in the 17th and 18th centuries. At that time, Perast had a merchant fleet of around 100 ships. Its sailors were well-known for their skill and courage. Two small picturesque islands are located in front of Perast: St. George, which is a natural island and Our Lady of the Rock, a man-made island.

2. Climb to the fortress and city walls

Kotor is among few of Mediterranean towns which has preserved its fortification system up to today. The walls surrounding the old town of Kotor were one of the main motives and reasons why the UNESCO put this city on the list of the world natural and cultural heritage in 1979. The fortification system of Kotor was built and developed through centuries. The walls are 4.5km in length, at some places they reach 20 m in height and 2-16 m thick. At the sea level of 260 m there is St. Ivan’s fortress on the basis of which there are traces of Illyrian period.

3. Explore the Old town of Kotor

The Old City of Kotor is one of the best preserved medieval towns on Mediterannean. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments have made Kotor a UNESCO Heritage Site.
Through the entire city the buildings are criss-crossed with narrow streets and squares. On one of these squares is situated Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, the most recognizable symbol of the city.
The Church of Saint Luke, Church of Saint Ana, Church of Saint Mary, Church of the Healing Mother of God, the Duke’s Palace and the Napoleon’s Theater are all part of the rich heritage of Kotor.

4. Explore Boka Kotorska bay by boat

Boka Kotorska bay or the Bay of Kotor is one of the Mediterranean's most distinctive and striking landscapes. The Bay is located on the south side of the Adriatic Sea. The Bay actually consists of 4 small bays, which are all surrounded by mountains of 1000-1700 m high rising directly from the water.The area is also known to have one of the most romantic landscapes to see in all of Montenegro. Exploring this bay by boat is a unique and fantastic experience.


Food

The cuisine of Kotor is rich and diverse. Besides the „traditional dishes“ such as roasted octopus, mussels, clams and shrimp stew, grilled white fish, cod soup or black risotto, food lovers can find recipes for preparing some very exotic dishes such as avocado, octopus and smoked salmon cocktails, swordfish in marinade, fan mussel risotto in homemade prosecco, shrimp flambeed in cognac, tuna in prosecco and carob sauce, etc. There is also the traditional fish brodetto, white and blue fish prepared in numerous ways, served with traditional Swiss chard and potatoes, seafood risotto and a wide spectrum of dishes from the continental part of Montenegro.


Events

This town was able to preserve its distinctiveness through a number of unique manifestations. In February, the people of Kotor mask their faces and put on costumes for the famous carnivals in the same way that their ancestors did for centuries. The most important celebration takes place on the main street, where a parade of masks and costumes made by the local creatives takes place. The town gets ready for the year ahead by trial and burning of the Cernevale for all the wrongdoings of the past year. In addition to this one, there is an international summer carnival which hosts many carnival groups from various European countries.

Another unique celebration is St. Tryphon’s Day, dedicated to the patron saint of Kotor, St. Tryphon, whose relics are located in the basilica that was erected in the 12th century.

As the tradition has required for centuries, at the end of August a costumed boats parade makes rounds on the water going from Muo to Dobrota, making the bay even more beautiful. Kotor has long been recognized as a city of prestigious and famous festivals.

Kotor festival of children’s theater in July has been running for decades.

The International Fashion Show, situated underneath the bell towers of St. Tryphon Cathedral is also in July, while Kotor Art is both in July and August. The Klapa Music Festival, Sea Rock Festival and the Kotor Children’s Festival are unified into the International Kotor Art Festival, which raised the bar of the cultural offer to a very high level.

Where you'll sleep

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1 queen bed

What this place offers

Courtyard view
Garden view
Beach access
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV
Air conditioning
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Dobrota, Opština Kotor, Montenegro

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Check-in: 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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