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Port of Kotor, Kotor, Montenegro

Port of Kotor is also known as Luka Kotor or Cattaro Marina by Italiens. It is situated in the coastal town of the same name, on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro. It offers its guests modern facilities in the heart of a medieval site with well-preserved fortifications and fascinating historical attractions. Kotor is well protected from the east by fortification walls up to 20 meters in height, from the west by the sea, from the North by the river Škurda and from the south by the underwater spring Gurdić. The Old City of Kotor, the City Walls, the Castle of San Giovani, the Church of Our Lady of the Rock, etc., are just a few of the monumental structures that should be visited by any tourist. Kayaking, canoeing and other water sports are popular among the active tourists who are fond of exploring the town's surroundings and the green beauty of the cliffs Orjen and Lovcen. Stunning hotels with romantic rooms, surreal views and a vintage atmosphere can be found at every step.

Facilities of Port of Kotor

Drinking water

Bar

Restaurant

Electricity

Fuel station

Weather forecasting

Medical Services

Market

Security

Laundry

Waste collection

Residual water collection

Bilge Collection

Rent car

Seamanship

Service Station for ships

Bank

Master harbour

Pharmacy

Photo Gallery

Cancellation Policy of Port of Kotor : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Kotor

Kotor, a municipality and town in Montenegro, is located in the Gulf with the same name, on the superb coastline of the Adriatic Sea. Being surrounded by medieval fortifications of the Venetian period, the Old Kotor is one of the most authentic settlements on this side of the coast and a major tourist destination that attracts nature lovers and nautical enthusiasts in this coastal European town. Its long-lasting culture and well-preserved historical sites have included Kotor on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.

July and August are the best times to visit this picturesque destination due to ideal weather conditions for sailing, water sports, sun bathing and hiking. This is a place of living history that can be easily reached by car or by boat through its secluded gulf. Its Mediterranean landscape also attracts nature enthusiasts who enjoy spending their vacations at the base of limestone cliffs that are covered in green such as Orjen and Lovcen.
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