Top 8 Most Beautiful Islands in Montenegro

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This is a list of most beautiful islands in Montenegro. The islands of Montenegro are modest and not quite as numerous as those of neighboring Croatia. They ... read more...

  1. Ada Bojana is a Montenegrin island located in the municipality of Ulcinj. It is the most neautiful islands in Montenegro . In Serbo-Croatian, the name Ada means "river island."


    A river delta of the Bojana River created the island. It is situated on Montenegro's southernmost tip, separated from Pulaj and Velipoj in Albanian territory by the Bojana river.


    The island is triangular in shape, with the Bojana river on two sides and the Adriatic Sea on the other. It covers an area of 4.8 square kilometers.


    It's a popular tourist destination with a 3-kilometer (2-mile) sandy beach and typical seafood eateries. Due to the strong cross onshore winds during summer afternoons, Ada Bojana offers kitesurfing and windsurfing areas on the Adriatic Coast. Camping is Ada Bojana's major source of income.


    Location: Adriatic Sea

    Photo: Gites.fr
    Photo: Gites.fr
    Photo: Pinterest
    Photo: Pinterest

  2. Vranjina is a town, an island, and a hill in Lake Skadar, Montenegro's Podgorica municipality. Vranjina, like the other Skadar lake islands, was a hill in the Zeta–Skadar lowlands until the first half of the 18th century.


    The island is located in the northern half of the lake and was formed by a Moraa River delta. It covers 4.6 km2 and has a peak elevation of 296 meters, making it Montenegro's highest island. A bridge connects the island to the mainland in the direction of Podgorica, and a causeway connects the island to the mainland in the direction of Bar.


    Vranjina Monastery is a well-known feature of the island. The monastery was destroyed by Turks in 1843, and it was turned into a fortress. In 1886, King Nikola rebuilt the monastery, however the ancient monastery's tracks have not been retained. The monastery is being repaired and rebuilt once more in 1998.


    Because of its natural surroundings and unique ambiance, Vranjina village is often known as Montenegrin Venice. Fishing is a major pastime in Vranjina. There are also a couple of excellent restaurants on – or on – the island.


    Location: Skadar Lake

    Photo: Discover Motenegro
    Photo: Discover Motenegro
    Photo: Flickr
    Photo: Flickr
  3. Stradioti Island was once known as St. Mark's Island, it is one of the most beautiful islands in Montenegro , and the largest among other islands in the Bay of Kotor.


    The island is lush and verdant, with many olive orchards, subtropical vegetation, cypress trees, and flowers. This pure beauty has become a defining factor in the island's modern fate; for decades, they have organized an exclusive vacation in the heart of nature.


    For a long time, the island was neglected until it was purchased by the international firm MetropolGroup. In this exotic setting, an unequaled 6-star spa resort of the greatest kind is about to be created. The company aspires to restore Stradioti Island to its former splendor so that visitors can enjoy a magnificent holiday without jeopardizing the island's distinctive natural beauty. Private yachts will be able to dock on the island, and there will be many first-class beaches along the shore.


    Location: Adriatic Sea

    Photo: YachtingAdria
    Photo: YachtingAdria
    Photo: Beautifulmne
    Photo: Beautifulmne
  4. Sveti Nikola Island is located in the Adriatic Sea, in the municipality of Budva, Montenegro.


    Sveti Nikola Island is located 1 kilometer from Budva's ancient town, directly across from the town of Budva. The island is 2 kilometers long and measures 36 hectares in size. The island's highest point is a cliff that reaches 121 meters above sea level.


    In the Budva area, the island is a popular excursion destination. There are three larger sandy beaches with a total length of 840 meters, as well as other little beaches scattered across the island that can only be reached by boat.

    The uncultivated area of the island is home to deer. Locals refer to the island as kolj, which originates from the Italian scoglio or the Venetian scogio, both of which imply islet or reef.


    Location: Adriatic Sea

    Photo: Yacht Charter Fleet
    Photo: Yacht Charter Fleet
    Photo: Yacht Charter Fleet
    Photo: Yacht Charter Fleet
  5. Stari Ulcinj is a small rocky island in the Ulcinj Municipality with an area of 1.8 hectares, considerably smaller than Ada Bojana, the other island in the Ulcinj Municipality.


    Ruins of the island Stari Ulcinj are the remnants of old Ulcinj, the Venetian city of Dolcigno, which was inundated after the earthquake. According to archeological evidence, it was a Venetian tower - a stronghold - built on the outskirts of Ulcinj with the purpose of warning people about impending perils. This explains the architectural techniques' resemblance to Dulsino-era Venetian structures.


    The island is only accessible by boat.


    Location: Adriatic Sea

    Photo: Mapio.net
    Photo: Mapio.net
    Photo: Mapio.net
    Photo: Mapio.net
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    Mamula

    Mamula, also known as Lastavica, is an uninhabited islet in the Adriatic Sea, located in the municipality of Herceg Novi in southern Montenegro.


    At the entrance to the Bay of Kotor, Mamula is situated between the Prevlaka and Lutica peninsulas. This little islet has a diameter of 200 meters and is round in shape. Herceg Novi lies 3.4 nautical miles (6.3 kilometers) away.

    The island was known as Rondina under the Venetian Republic's reign. A fort was built on the island in 1853 by Austro-Hungarian general Lazarus von Mamula. The fort occupies nearly all of the island's surface area.


    Location: Adriatic Sea

    Photo: Wikipedia
    Photo: Wikipedia
    Photo: Speed Boat Montenegro
    Photo: Speed Boat Montenegro
  7. Our Lady of the Rocks is the name of one of two small islands in Boka Kotorska bay, close to the old town or Perast. The unique feature of these islands is that they are nearly entirely man-made.


    The Our Lady of the Rocks began as a jumble of rocks, and on July 22, 1452, two fishermen, brothers Mori, discovered an image of the Virgin Mary there, according to folklore. On the location, a little Orthodox chapel was constructed.


    The territory of Boka and the city of Perast were taken over by Venetians in the 1600s. They built a Catholic chapel on the site of the original orthodox one in 1630. They chose to add to the island's size by piling rocks from the mainland and sinking ancient ships. The tradition has persisted to this day. Perast residents take their boats out at sunset on July 22nd and throw rocks into the water. Fainada is the name given to this ritual.


    Location: coast of Perast, Bay of Kotor, Montenegro

    Photo: Encircle Photos
    Photo: Encircle Photos
    Photo: Viator
    Photo: Viator
  8. Sveta Nedelya & Katich are small islands in Montenegro's Adriatic Sea. They are in the vicinity of Petrovac, near the coast. The Big and Small Katich are their official names, but the latter are more commonly referred to as the Lights of the Week.


    Although the islets are small, they are famous tourist sites, owing to the intriguing maritime voyages that must be taken to get there. Those who wish to unwind away from the noise and bustle will also be drawn to the islands' solitude.


    Because the islands are virtually in the same straight line perpendicular to the coast, only one of them, Katich, is visible from Petrovac city beach. If you gaze from the outskirts of Petrovac, you can see the lights of Week and Katich from the coast. Coral reefs, which are a protected area and are protected by the state, are located near the islands. The vicinity of the underwater rock Donkov Seka is the most interesting site for divers.


    To visit the island of Katic, you must first make arrangements with local fisherman, who will gladly take you out on a sea expedition.


    Location: Adriatic Sea

    Photo: Wikipedia
    Photo: Wikipedia
    Photo: Flickr
    Photo: Flickr



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