A nation that has always remained true to its authentic character, its wild, natural beauty and patchwork of history, is now claiming its place in the 21st century, among the key destinations of the Mediterranean


Where the mountains meet the sea in the largest and most dramatic bay in the Adriatic. Its calm waters and stunning natural amphitheatre have captivated sailors and emperors from around the world for centuries. Boka Bay is a submerged river canyon, a star-shaped inlet with its four arms reaching to Herceg Novi, Risan, Kotor and Tivat.


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.


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..


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.