In Kotor, the Adriatic Sea comes a long way inland through a deep cove enclosed with hills and cliffs. For this reason it's also called "the most southern fjord of Europe".
The scenery is breathtaking and the location of this city is at least unique. The area forms one of the most spectacular Mediterranean sceneries.
The old town is surrounded by fortified walls and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Throughout history, the town was ruled by Venetians, Austrians, Italians and Yugoslavs. Now it's one of the best preserved medieval cities in Southern Europe.
Kotor appeals to the imagination. In the surroundings you can enjoy the landscape for hours. An exploration of the town and the highlights itself takes only 1-2 hours.
Popular ports for an excursion to Kotor are: