Looking out to the stunning Kotor Bay and surrounded on both sides with National Parks, this port is truly a staple among Adriatic harbors.
Looking out to the stunning Kotor Bay and surrounded on both sides with National Parks, this port is truly a staple among Adriatic harbors. Aside its impressive natural beauty, Kotor has a rich cultural heritage and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Old Town Kotor resembles a triangle when looked up from air, its cobbled streets and alleys protecting valuable monuments standing proof to this towns’ long history. St. Tryphon’s Cathedral is Kotor’s most impressive building, and one of the most recognizable symbols of the town. Other sights not to be missed are the 17th century Prince’s Palace, the 19th century Napoleon’s Theatre, the 15th century Sea Gate (main entrance to the town) with the recognizable winged lion of St. Mark, and the town walls. If you have time we recommend the hike up to the Lovcen National Park for some breathtaking views of the Kotor Bay.