A large port city on the coast of Montenegro, Tivat offers a blend of cultures as it sits on the border between the Eastern and Western worlds. With an eclectic mix of white Adriatic beaches and picturesque Eastern-European mountain ranges, a day in Tivat can start with a morning surf in balmy heat and end in a ski down wintery slopes. As the entirety of Montenegro is just two thirds the size of Wales, you’ll be able to see many of the country’s landmarks in a single trip, however even after months of exploration there’s always more to discover about the historic country.
With slightly cooler summers and warmer winters, Tivat’s climate is mild for the Adriatic so you can be sure conditions will be comfortable at any time of year. Whenever you visit, the first stop on every traveller’s journey should be to the small coastal village of Sveti Stefan. 3.7 miles southeast of the town of Budva and situated on a small islet, the gorgeous village showcases everything that attracts visitors to the Adriatic including a rich history, breath-taking vistas and delicious cuisine.