The Most Beautiful Encounter
Between Land And Sea

Welcome to Montenegro

Located in the heart of southeast Europe at the southern tip of the Dinaric Alps and bounded by the Adriatic Sea, the small European state is a land of geographic diversity and unspoiled nature. Home to five national parks, several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the largest freshwater lake in the Balkans, and second longest canyon in the world, Montenegro is the world’s first ecological state, a concept that is incorporated into the country’s Constitution since 1991.

Everything Close At Hand

Montenegro’s coastal towns are interconnected by the Adriatic Highway (Jadranska magistrala) that follows the coastline, and with other parts of the country by regional roads. Phase 1 of Montenegro’s largest ongoing investment project, the new Bar-Boljare motorway connecting the coast with the country’s mountainous north, and onwards with Serbia, is due for completion in 2022, which is set to significantly reduce travel time between destinations.

Montenegro has two international airports: Podgorica International Airport, facilitating regular flights to major European destinations, less than 100 km away from the coast, and Tivat International Airport in close proximity to all major coastal towns. In addition, Dubrovnik International Airport is reachable within 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Everything Close At Hand

Montenegro’s coastal towns are interconnected by the Adriatic Highway (Jadranska magistrala) that follows the coastline, and with other parts of the country by regional roads. Phase 1 of Montenegro’s largest ongoing investment project, the new Bar-Boljare motorway connecting the coast with the country’s mountainous north, and onwards with Serbia, is due for completion in 2022, which is set to significantly reduce travel time between destinations.

Montenegro has two international airports: Podgorica International Airport, facilitating regular flights to major European destinations, less than 100 km away from the coast, and Tivat International Airport in close proximity to all major coastal towns. In addition, Dubrovnik International Airport is reachable within 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Limitless Activities, All Year Round

Montenegro’s distinctive geographic and climatic diversities present a unique setting for an array of outdoor activities for all ages and interests.

SUMMER FUN

Along the coastline, there’s swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sailing, yachting and kite surfing.

During the warmer months, the rugged terrain of the mountainous hinterland transforms into an idyllic environment for golf, biking, cave exploration, climbing, fly-fishing, and hiking, as well as thrilling white water rafting.

SUMMER FUN

Along the coastline, there’s swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sailing, yachting and kite surfing.

During the warmer months, the rugged terrain of the mountainous hinterland transforms into an idyllic environment for golf, biking, cave exploration, climbing, fly-fishing, and hiking, as well as thrilling white water rafting.

SUMMER FUN

Along the coastline, there’s swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sailing, yachting and kite surfing.

During the warmer months, the rugged terrain of the mountainous hinterland transforms into an idyllic environment for golf, biking, cave exploration, climbing, fly-fishing, and hiking, as well as thrilling white water rafting.

SUMMER FUN

Along the coastline, there’s swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sailing, yachting and kite surfing.

During the warmer months, the rugged terrain of the mountainous hinterland transforms into an idyllic environment for golf, biking, cave exploration, climbing, fly-fishing, and hiking, as well as thrilling white water rafting.

SUMMER FUN

Along the coastline, there’s swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sailing, yachting and kite surfing.

During the warmer months, the rugged terrain of the mountainous hinterland transforms into an idyllic environment for golf, biking, cave exploration, climbing, fly-fishing, and hiking, as well as thrilling white water rafting.

SUMMER FUN

Along the coastline, there’s swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sailing, yachting and kite surfing.

During the warmer months, the rugged terrain of the mountainous hinterland transforms into an idyllic environment for golf, biking, cave exploration, climbing, fly-fishing, and hiking, as well as thrilling white water rafting.

SUMMER FUN

Along the coastline, there’s swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sailing, yachting and kite surfing.

During the warmer months, the rugged terrain of the mountainous hinterland transforms into an idyllic environment for golf, biking, cave exploration, climbing, fly-fishing, and hiking, as well as thrilling white water rafting.

SUMMER FUN

Along the coastline, there’s swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sailing, yachting and kite surfing.

During the warmer months, the rugged terrain of the mountainous hinterland transforms into an idyllic environment for golf, biking, cave exploration, climbing, fly-fishing, and hiking, as well as thrilling white water rafting.

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Winter Adventure

In winter, the highlands provide excellent conditions for snow sports.

The main ski resorts are in Kolašin and in Žabljak, and both are located within national parks (Biogradska Gora and Durmitor respectively), with high altitude and long pistes for skiing and snowboarding, as well as scenic trails cross-country skiing.

Winter Adventure

In winter, the highlands provide excellent conditions for snow sports.

The main ski resorts are in Kolašin and in Žabljak, and both are located within national parks (Biogradska Gora and Durmitor respectively), with high altitude and long pistes for skiing and snowboarding, as well as scenic trails cross-country skiing.

Winter Adventure

In winter, the highlands provide excellent conditions for snow sports.

The main ski resorts are in Kolašin and in Žabljak, and both are located within national parks (Biogradska Gora and Durmitor respectively), with high altitude and long pistes for skiing and snowboarding, as well as scenic trails cross-country skiing.

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CULINARY DELIGHTS

Nestled between steep mountains and the Adriatic Coast, Montenegro’s agriculture produces an abundance of fresh and organic products, served in a variety of traditional recipes – from the freshest fish, sea bass, lobsters, mussels, oysters, squid, octopus, and scampi along the coast, the best meat, Njeguški dried/smoked ham, cheese, and olives in the mountains, to fresh lake fish such as trout and carp in the lake regions.

THE TIME IS RIGHT TO INVEST IN
MONTENEGRO'S BOOMING PROPERTY MARKET
Since gaining independence in 2006, Montenegro has established itself as a safe haven for foreign direct investments, as well as a business-friendly environment with minimal state inference. All this is reflected in the country’s competitive tax regime, with a rate of 9%, which applies to capital gains, company profits, personal income, and withholding tax. This enables investors to fully remit dividend and interest profits, without any restrictions. Competitive rates also apply to real estate property, inheritance/estate and property transfer taxes.