Kotor Bay Catamaran Sail & Beach

4.5 hours | Kotor | ZKQ-760
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Points of Interest

  • Perast & Our Lady of the Rocks
Easy activity

Description

Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.

What you will visit:
Boka Bay (Bay of Kotor)
The coastal town of Kotor is located in a secluded part of Boka Bay (Bay of Kotor). High mountains hug the undulating coastline protecting it from the open sea and moderating the temperature so that an abundance of Mediterranean vegetation can thrive. Stunningly beautiful, it is considered to be the southernmost fjord in Europe. The dramatic scenery and quaint coastal villages make for picture-postcard views, and the inviting waters offer lovely swimming and snorkeling.
Movida Beach Club
Nestled on Solila Beach, the Movida Beach Club welcomes guests to a lovely enclave, where calm waters lap against a soft-sand beach. A lounge chair under the shade of an umbrella awaits.
What you will see along the way:
With the wind in your hair, cast your eyes on the picturesque shorelines of Montenegro. Tucked away between the mountains and the Bay of Kotor, on the UNESCO World Heritage list, is a pretty little inlet where fishing settlements, red-roofed towns and rustic scenery abound.
Perast
One of the most well preserved baroque cities in Montenegro, Perast flourished during the 18th century, when it had four busy shipyards and a fleet of 100 ships. The old city, including the Bujovic Palace, boasts nine defensive towers, which were built by the Venetian navy in the 15th and 16th centuries. Narrow streets are lined with charming baroque manor houses, built by Perast's merchant captains, many of which are now heritage sites.
Our Lady of the Rock
Legend tells that local seamen who swore an ancient oath created this island and that after each successful voyage, returning sailors would place a rock in the bay until the islet emerged from the sea. This tiny man-made island and graceful church, the protector of seafarers, contains 68 magnificent paintings by Tripo Kokolja, a famous 17th-century artist from nearby Perast. His most famous painting, The Death of the Virgin, is housed here and measures some 33 feet in length. You'll also view paintings by Italian artists, along with the classic, mid­15th­century masterpiece Our Lady of the Rocks, by Lovro Dobricevic of Kotor. There are over 200 silver coins displayed on the church walls, donated treasures made by sailors when they returned from sea battles.
Snack:
A light refreshment will be served on board.

Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.

Scenic sail from Kotor port to Our Lady of the Rock's (withe refreshment included)

Transport type:
Catamaran
Travel time:
00:45
Air conditioned:
No
Wheelchair accessible:
No
Restroom available:
Yes

Photo stop (Our Lady of the Rock's)

Time at site:
00:15
Air conditioned:
No
Wheelchair accessible:
No
Restroom available:
No
Photo/video opportunity:
Yes

Sailing to Movida Beach Club (beach Solila)

Transport type:
Catamaran
Travel time:
01:00
Air conditioned:
No
Wheelchair accessible:
No
Restroom available:
Yes

Time at leisure on the beach (sunbeds and umbrellas included)

Time at site:
02:00
Air conditioned:
No
Wheelchair accessible:
No
Restroom available:
Yes

Drive by coach back to Kotor port

Transport type:
Air Conditioned Motorcoach
Time at site:
00:30
Air conditioned:
Yes
Wheelchair accessible:
No
Restroom available:
No