Kotor and Boka bay

We are very pleased to present Boka bay, the only fjord in the Mediterranean. High mountains reflect in calm water, and when you cruise along the bay, you feel like sailing through the mountains. We would like to share this stunning view with you.

Kotor03Embarking in Tivat. Boat trip along the Boka bay. Stone houses and edifices colour the bay in special colours. A stay on unique artificial island from XV century- Our Lady of the Reef, a visit to the museum of Roman-catholic church, which was erected in 1630. and after whom the island was named. The interior of the church was decorated by the famous artist Tripo Kokolja in baroque style. Boat trip continues to Perast- the hometown of the seamen- with the stay at the Blue Cave for swimming. The Boka bay has always been a shelter for sailors where they hid their ships from storms and tempests. Lunch on the boat.

Disembarkation in medieval town Kotor- the town with more than 2000 years history- which is under UNESCO protection because of cultural heritage of world significance.

Behind the strong walls, there are real architecture masterpieces, like Clock Tower from the 17th century, and St. Tripun’s cathedral as well, dedicated to patron saint of the town, a monument of Roman culture and one of the most recognizable town symbols. There are remains of frescos from XIV century and a rich treasury with products of Kotor and Venice jewelers. Besides, St. Luka’s church, St. Ana’s church, St. Marija’s church, Prince’s castle, Napoleon’s theatre represent true wealth of Kotor’s tradition. Stone stairs lead to the tower, which is on 260 m, from which there is an extraordinary spectacular view to the town. A walk through the old town with a visit to an Orthodox church. Some spare time for rest until going back to the hotel.

The cruise with a lunch (and one drink) is included. Tickets to Our Lady of the Reef, St. Trifun.

Transport by a comfortable bus (car), guide are not included in the price.