Best of Montenegro: Kotor Bay Tour from Dubrovnik
Tour from Dubrovnik to Kotor Bay in Montenegro. Includes a visit to Perast and Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Škrpjela) island.
Pick Up from Dubrovnik. Local English speaking Guide.
Every day from 01.04.-31.10.
Visit Kotor bay in Montenegro - one of the most scenic and picturesque places on the Adriatic sea. It is also the biggest bay on the Adriatic. Because of its strategic importance in this historically turbulent region, it has been under rule by different nations. Each of them left a mark that can be seen today in a beautiful blend of architectural influences. Romans, Turks, Venetians, Austrians - discover how each nation left a mark on this region and its cities.
Points of interest
Verige - Comfort Break
After departure from Dubrovnik and a scenic drive through Konavle Valley, we enter Montenegro where we make a short stop at Verige to take photos of beautiful landscapes just before entering Kotor bay. We continue our drive along the coast through Risan and Perast, on our way to Kotor.
Tour of Kotor
Often called the best preserved and prettiest town in Montenegro, this UNESCO-listed fortified city if famous for its city walls, a display of Venetian-inspired architecture, beautiful churches, and rich history of maritime trade and shipping. A two-hour stop in Kotor includes a guided tour of the city and some leisure time before departing to Perast.
Whether it was independent, or as a part of Byzantine Empire, Serbian kingdom or the Venetian Republic Perast may be one of the most historically intriguing places in Boka Kotorska. Its peak was under Venetian rule when it had four active shipyards and a fleet of a hundred ships. Baroque, Renaissance palaces and narrow streets in Perast will take you back to a time when the city’s residents lived in luxury and wealth.
Our Lady of the Rocks
While in Perast, you have the opportunity to take a boat and visit Our Lady of the Rocks. The legend says that in 1452 two brothers found Mary’s picture on a stone in the sea leading to a miraculous healing of one of the brothers. Locals have been bringing rocks and sinking ships in this place ever since. Eventually, an island was formed and first a chapel was built, then a church in its place. Some call it the Croatian Sistine chapel because of the artwork that enriches its walls.
Departure from Dubrovnik
08:00 - Arrival to the border of Montenegro
08:45 - Photo/coffee break (cca. 20min)
10:00 - Arrival to Kotor, local guided tour, free time (cca. 3h)
13:00 - Drive from Kotor to Perast
13:30 - Arrival in Perast, boat transfer to Our Lady of the Rocks island, free time
15:30 - Departure from Perast
18:00 - Approximate return to Dubrovnik
06:55am Bus stop Magistrala 1, Magistrala 2, Magistrala 3, Magistrala 4
06:55am Hotel Adria
06:55am Dubrovnik bridge
07:00am Bus stop across Hotel Petka
07:00am Bus stop across Tommy Supermarket (Šipčine)
07:00am Bus stop Grawe
07:05am Bus stop Ina gas station Orsan
07:05am Camping Solitudo
07:05am Hotel Valamar Lacroma
07:05am Hotel President
07:05am Hotel Royal Princess
07:05am Hotel More
07:10am Bus stop Post office Lapad
07:10am Hotel Grand Park
07:10am Bus stop next to Cinectar
07:10am Hotel Palace
07:10am Bus stop next to Panto Pita
07:10am Taxi stop Limenka
07:10am Bus stop fast food Cezar
07:10am Bus stop across Ina gas station Fina
07:15am In front of Bikers cafe
07:15am Hotel Vila Argentina
07:15am Pile gate, next to the mirror monument
07:20am Bus stop across Vila Dard
- Pick Up from Dubrovnik
- Drop Oﬀ
- Comfort Breaks
- Local English speaking Guide
- City Tour
- Museum Entrance Fee
- Boat transfer to the island
Price does not include
- Don't forget to bring passport or EU ID, camera, sunscreen, swimmwear and comfortable walking shoes.
- All day tour
- Tour runs every day (subject to weather conditions-change of route to Budva)
- Exact pick-up locations and pick-up times included in the tour price are listed in the pick-up schedule.
- Private tour available on request