Montenegro, Europe’s best-kept secret, welcomes new restaurants and hotels this spring! The small country counts on a balance of unspoiled nature, modern cities, and vibrant culture. Discover all of Montenegro’s novelties perfect for your future events.
New Restaurant/Venue Opening
The new gem in Montenegro is opening this June! The restaurant Forza Quk is located on the hill at the end of the cable car in Kotor, with stunning views of the bay, the city, and the surrounding mountains which can add a magical touch to the dining experience.
The cable car ride to the top provides an exhilarating journey for visitors, and what better way to end it than with a delicious meal at this stunning restaurant?
With a seating capacity of 350 people, the restaurant can accommodate large groups of visitors at once. The panoramic views below, coupled with the restaurant’s elegant decor and spacious layout, provide the perfect backdrop for any event.
High-end Hotel Openings
The Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort is an exciting new addition to Montenegro’s hospitality scene, and it is set to open its doors on June 1st, 2023. The resort is located in the stunning Kotor Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage protected area.
Regency Kotor Bay Resort offers a luxurious retreat for travellers seeking a peaceful and rejuvenating escape. Guests can expect world-class amenities and facilities, including a spa, fitness center, outdoor infinity pool, and several dining options. The resort’s restaurants and bars offer a diverse selection of cuisine, featuring locally sourced ingredients that showcase the best of Montenegro’s culinary traditions
If you are looking for the Ultimate Luxury and Style, look no further than the Mamula Island Hotel. Situated in a prime location between the Croatia and Montenegro border, the hotel concept aims to provide a first-class stay that offers both tranquillity and relaxation.
With its contemporary style defined by simplicity, sophistication and calm coloured interiors, followed by unusual architectural features, you will find this hotel as unique and interesting for all kind of events. For those interested in water sports activities such as diving, the waters around Mamula island are popular spot for exploring underwater caves and shipwrecks
The Moric Olive Farm
The family Moric has an organic olive farm and the main occupation is producing certified organic olive oil in Montenegro, branded “Moric Organic”. As a family business for more than 3 centuries, the farm covers around 6ha and counts 1000 trees. Most of them are more than 350 years old. Apart from the olive oil, there is also a production of table olives. For clients, there are a variety of team-building options such as ATVs rides, bike rides, and planting an olive tree.
Driving in Yugo cars can be a unique and authentic way to explore Montenegro. Yugo cars were originally produced in Yugoslavia, and they became popular in the region due to their affordability and compact size. Nowadays, they are a rare sight on the roads, and driving in one can be a memorable experience. Yugo cars are small, lightweight, and easy to maneuver, making them perfect for navigating Montenegro’s narrow and winding roads.
Similarly, military cars may not be the typical or conventional transfer option in Montenegro. However, they can certainly be an exciting and unique experience for adventurous travellers. Military cars and other off-road vehicles are designed to handle rough terrain and challenging driving conditions. This makes them an ideal vehicle for exploring the rugged terrain of Montenegro, where there are plenty of unpaved roads and mountain trails. Another benefit of driving in a military car in Montenegro is that it can add an element of excitement and adventure to the trip.
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