Budva Old Town (half day)
Join a guided walking tour around Budva’s picturesque Old Town, which dates back in parts to the 4th century AD.
Sveti Stefan (half day)
Enjoy a drive to the medieval village and view the island of Sveti Stefan.
A fort was built on the island in 1442, and the island was fortified by walls to provide shelter from Turkish and pirate attacks. The church of St Stephen, after which the island was named, stands on its highest point.
Since 1955, the island has been converted into one of the world's most unusual resorts.
The village consists of two parts, one being on the mainland and the other on the peninsula, which is closed to visitors. Access to the island itself is not included.
In addition, the following excursions are included for all guests on standard holidays of 14 nights or longer. Subject to availability, guests staying fewer nights may be able to purchase these excursions:
Kotor (half day)
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kotor, with its labyrinthine medieval quarter, bustling market and beautiful Renaissance architecture. At the end of the deep, rugged Kotor Bay, Kotor has all the features of a typical Mediterranean town.
The Roman Catholic cathedral of St Tryphon in Kotor was consecrated in 1166, and is one of the oldest and most beautiful examples of Romanesque architecture along the Adriatic Sea. It stands on the site of an earlier church built in 809 AD.
Ulcinj (full day)
Drive along the coast road, pausing at the beautiful beaches of St Stefan, Petrovac and Sutomore, on your way to Ulcinj. This historic town has a busy market and a mosque that was once a pirate stronghold.
Ulcinj is one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic coast, and its history has been shaped by the Venetians and Turks alike. The town still has an Oriental appearance, with its 18th-century mosques, Turkish baths and a clock tower dating from 1754.