A LAND OF WILD BEAUTY

MONTENEGRO

Partly obscured by lush green leaves, this peaceful Balkan state rests on the edge of East and West, North and South. Its distinct charm is mirrored in its colourfully rich multicultural history, from which French, Habsburg, Illyrian, Ottoman, Roman, Venetian, and Yugoslav influences may be traced.

BOKA BAY

The Adriatic’s largest bay is Boka Bay – or as locally referred as Boka Kotorska – is often described as Europe’s southernmost fjord. The dual green-coloured capes and soft chalky mists shroud the calm waters, sailors since immemorial times have been captivated by Boka’s beauty.

INVESTMENT

Since its independence in 2006, Montenegro enjoys political stability as well as the reputable status as the world’s only ecological state. The Montenegrin government is adamant in cultivating a business-friendly milieu, in which an ecosystem of Europe’s most competitive tax regimes and minimal state interference flourishes.

ACCESS

Reaching Portonovi is simpler than ever. Montenegro hosts two international airports and Croatia’s Dubrovnik airport is only a short drive away. Drawing on historical traditions, marinas and three seaports serve sailing aficionados..

ACTIVITIES

Boka Bay is a place where time stands still, inviting you to explore activities on land and water irrespective of season, and it is the perfect surfboard to both the chic coast and the mysterious mountains.