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Natural attractions

Lovcen National Park

Lovcen Park is located on the mountain range of the same name and covers an area of ​​62 km.

It lies between the borders of Budva and Kotor. In the park, you can see coniferous forests, numerous species of plants (more than 1,5 thousand), and rare flowers. Several hundred species of birds and animals live here. Lovcen Park is rich in clean springs with unique healing properties. Therefore, this place is perfect for those who come to see the natural beauty and get better.

Boka Kotorska Bay

This bay is the largest on the Adriatic Sea. It arose from the collapsed river canyon, which went underwater due to tectonic phenomena. Nowadays, the bay is a gorgeous sight. Incredible panoramas of nature open when admiring the bay, complemented by views of medieval cities, which have a particular historical and cultural meaning.

Architectural monuments

Church of St. Nicholas

The largest Orthodox church in Kotor was built in the early 20th century on the site of an old church. It is made in the Neo-Byzantine style. At the main entrance are two high belfries. The iconostasis of 1908, belonging to the hand of the Czech artist Ziegler, is of particular value to the interior.

Church of St. Luke

This church is located in the central part of Kotor and is an exciting city attraction. It was built in the 12th century and had Catholic status until 1657. Later, a second altar appeared here, and now the church is considered Catholic and Orthodox.

Among the interior, some frescoes of the 17th century and unique frescoes of Italian painters of the 18th century have been preserved. Until the beginning of the 20th century, the church held the burials of residents, so the temple floor consisted of gravestones.

Cathedral of St. Tryphon

The most famous cathedral is located south of Old Kotor.

Saint Tryphon is a Christian martyr who suffered for his faith during Decius Trajan's reign. His relics remain in this cathedral today. Tryphon is considered the patron saint of Kotor citizens, sailors, and the entire Gulf.

St. Tryphon Cathedral can be attributed to prominent examples of Romanesque architecture.

The interior decoration delights with fragments of XIV-century frescoes, a chic canopy over the Gothika-style gift guard, rare paintings, and various precious church objects.

Maritime Museum

This museum is unique in that it exhibits a collection of unique exhibits about the marine history of the Bay of Kotor and the country as a whole.

The exposition is located in the Grgurinsky Palace. This baroque-style building is situated on Grgurinsky Square. You can see the guns at the entrance, set in memory of the city's defenders, who defended the city from the invaders many times.

The museum is rich in chronicles that tell the city's history, descriptions of ships, photographs, equipment used on boats, navigation tools, weapons, etc.


Kotor Fortress is another noteworthy sight. The fortress walls surround the old Kotor. They are about 19 meters high, 5 kilometres long, and 15 meters thick.

Princely palace

It was built near the western wall of the old part of the city. It and the watchtower made up the facade of the town.