In the south of the Adriatic, to the east, a deep gorge cuts into the Dinaric Alps in to the largest fjord in Europe, The Bay of Kotor.
With over 100 km of coastline there are lots to see and discover in the bay locally known as the Boka Kotorska.
Two iconic islet are placed just north of the entrance of the bay. One hosting the popular Church of the Madonna dello Scalpello / Our Lady of the Rocks the second is home to
Catholic Monastery of Saint George.
The region listed by UNESCO, “Natural and Culture-Historical Region of Kotor” is a testimony to the important role Mediterranean and Balkan heritage. Fortified cities, settlements, cathedrals and palaces all set on the beautiful slopes of the rocky mountains surrounding the fjord.