From  £705
per person
Tour Highlights
  • Explore the marble streets of Kotor
  • Travel to Boka Bay
  • Discover Budva's Old Town
  • Explore the Lake Skadar National Park
  • Drive along the coastline
  • Taste locally produced meat & cheese
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Adriatic Fly-Drive

8 Day Tour, from £705 per person

On this 8-day fly-drive adventure discover the incredibly beautiful Adriatic coast from Kotor to Ulcinj, the southernmost town on the Montenegrin coast. Enjoy two days in and around the fortified city of Kotor and be sure to make use of the hire car to drive to the small baroque town of Perast. Stop in the ancient Royal Capital of Cetinje on the drive to Budva, where three nights provides ample time to explore the Sveti Stefan region. Finally explore the Ottoman town of Ulcinj, where the fantastic restaurants along the Ada Bojana are highly recommended for fresh seafood dishes and sunset views.

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1
FLY TO TIVAT
FLY TO TIVAT
Fly to Tivat on the Montenegrin coast. Collect the hire car at the airport and drive to Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Town (7km). Check in to the hotel for a two night stay.
DAY 2
KOTOR
KOTOR
Explore Kotor and the surrounding Boka Bay area. The old town of Kotor is a car free zone so wander the intricate marble streets on foot and discover picturesque boutiques and cafes. The Square of Arms is the main thoroughfare of the town and a perfect place to rest and watch the world go by. Return to the car and drive around the Boka Bay, making sure to stop off in the quaint Baroque town of Perast. Be sure to catch a water taxi out to Our Lady of the Rocks Island which offers a fantastic panoramic view of the bay from its shores. Return to Kotor for an overnight stay. (B)
DAY 3
KOTOR TO BUDVA VIA CETINJE
KOTOR TO BUDVA VIA CETINJE
Depart Kotor for the old royal capital of Cetinje via the 25 Serpentines road which snakes its way up the mountainside to a breathtaking vantage point above. Once at the top the view of the bay below is simply stunning. Continue to the village of Njegusi, where those who wish can take the opportunity to taste delicious, locally produced meats and cheeses that the villagers sell. On arrival in Cetinje explore King Nicola’s Museum, home to many interesting artefacts documenting Montenegro’s tumultuous history and in the evening drive back towards the coast to the town of Budva and check in to the hotel for three nights. (B)
DAY 4
BUDVA
BUDVA
Spend the morning exploring the old town of Budva (car free zone). The city walls are a miniature version of Dubrovnik’s’ but offer a full birds-eye view of the town below. Once back on the ground, soak up the bustling atmosphere inside the walls, peaking inside the many intriguing churches that dot the narrow lanes before enjoying lunch at one of the restaurants encircling the town. In the afternoon, drive along the coast to the village of Przno and the resort of Sveti Stefan. Now once again a luxury resort, the hotel and surrounding area often played host to the rich and famous in the 1970s. Return to Budva for an overnight stay. (B)
DAY 5
BUDVA TO LAKE SKADAR
BUDVA TO LAKE SKADAR
Depart for Lake Skadar National Park. The largest lake in the Balkans is home to 260 species of birds, including the Pygmy Cormorant and Dalmatian Pelican so plenty of bird-watching opportunities are available here. Explore traditional fishing villages and quaint monasteries that surround the lakeside. The small town of Virpazar is the parks largest settlement and contains a few small restaurants including one housed on a boat in the lake. Return to Budva for an overnight stay. (B)
DAY 6
BUDVA TO ULCINJ
BUDVA TO ULCINJ
Drive along the coast towards the southernmost town in Montenegro, Ulcinj. Make a stop en-route in Petrovac for morning coffee at one of the cafes located along its picturesque promenade. Continue to the port town of Bar and watch the ships pass or discover the two thousand year old olive tree ‘Mirovica’, now a state protected feature and thought to be the oldest of its kind in the world. On arrival in Ulcinj, check in to the hotel for two nights. (B)
DAY 7
ULCINJ
ULCINJ
Perhaps today could be the day for some well deserved R & R. The longest beach in the country, the 14km Velika Plaza, is a 20 minute drive away and blissfully undeveloped so why not oak up the sun or take a stroll along the waters edge. In the evening, continue towards the Albanian border, stopping at one of the seafood restaurants on the island of Ada Bojana, created by the river delta. The sunsets here are spectacular, accompanied by a plate of beautifully fresh grilled fish and a glass of something chilled - a fitting end to your Montenegrin adventure.Return to Ulcinj for an overnight stay. (B)
DAY 8
DEPARTURE DAY
Return the car to Tivat airport (84km) and fly back to the UK. (B)

Pricing Information

8 day tour, from £705 per person
(Single person supplement + £120)

Price Includes

  • Return flights in economy class with Montenegro Airlines from Gatwick
  • All airport taxes & security charges
  • Accommodation in 3 or 4-star hotels with breakfast 
  • Car hire (Band A), Toyota Yaris or similar, inc. unlimited mileage, CDW & TP
  • Parking at hotels where possible 

Price Excludes

  • Excursions
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips and gratuities

Tour Route Map


  1. Montenegro, Tivat
  2. Montenegro, Kotor
  3. Montenegro, Cetinje
  4. Montenegro, Budva
  5. Montenegro, Lake Skadar
  6. Montenegro, Ulcinj
  7. Montenegro, Tivat

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