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“The old port of Kotor has become the focus of social life for the yachting world”

Montenegro is a land that has felt the influence of many Middle European cultures over the centuries. It was a crossroads for Venetian routes to the Orient, and is a natural gateway to the Adriatic for traffic from the Mediterranean.

Its coasts are still unspoilt, with crystal-clear, deep waters. The ancient architecture recalls its links with the Roman Empire and Venetian domination, leaving traces that we can still see in the old parts of many cities and villages. The best time to see these places is in the warmth of spring and summer.

Montenegro is considered to be one of Europe’s youngest countries, and is now experiencing a revival, with new economic growth and the will to keep its traditions alive. Today it is easy to get to Montenegro from major European capitals, such as London, Rome, Paris and Moscow. Along its beautiful coastline you can discover Porto Montenegro, one of the world’s most glamorous and sophisticated marinas, an enchanting place to spend time relaxing on board your yacht, sailboat or in one of the many local residences and hotels, catering for all tastes.

Built over the remains of the old port of Kotor, in a spectacular, sheltered bay, it is the focus of social life for the yachting world, and the venue for the world’s most important and glamorous gathering of large yachts. It is suited to major events, with the its impressive mooring capacity (450 berths for boats 25-250m in length), and is now one of the few marinas equipped to host mega-yachts over 100 metres, providing top quality services. Its expansion is continuing, with the opening of luxury stores, gourmet restaurants, nightclubs and many more amusements.

The Marina is symbolised by the superb LIDO swimming pool, a 64m outdoor daytime infinity pool, with a restaurant, and (naturally) pool bars. This iconic pool, with its bronze frame, is one of the focal points of Porto Montenegro, and has been voted one of “The best Pools in the World’ by Condé Nast Traveller Magazine.

At the Porto Montenegro Yacht Club (PMYC) members have access to the exclusive services of the marina and to sports facilities, such as tennis, swimming and sailing. There is also a Kids Camp for younger family members.

The marina is also the first official foreign branch of the Knightsbridge School of London, authorised to provide the Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.

You can take a number of tours to surrounding areas to visit old walled towns and try local food. You can experience the old traditions of fishermen, or take sailboat trips that give a sense of old-fashioned hospitality, and a taste of a country that wants to thrive again.

Thanks to its modern taxation system, Montenegro is attracting major investments, while the lower costs are attracting the owners of many mega-yachts. The country is indeed the 2nd fastest-growing travel and tourism economy in the world.

We will soon see the opening of the new One & Only resort in the splendid town of Novi, the first resort of this chain to open in Europe. It is a sign that this place still has a great deal of potential.

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