Situated on the Balkan Peninsula in South-eastern Europe, Montenegro is known for its magnificent and unparalleled natural beauty. Montenegro boasts untouched expansive peaks, shimmering lakes, and a 600,000+ strong population that is known for its warm hospitality. The majestic Mount Lovćen is the heart of the country and the enchanting Adriatic Coast spans 273 km, is indented with pristine sandy beaches, and features the elite Porto Montenegro, one of Europe’s increasingly popular luxury destinations. This natural harbour is home to superyachts, helicopter fleets, exquisite properties, and lavish nightclubs.
Nearby lies the medieval town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the mountainous landscape frames the Venetian, Austrian, and baroque-style buildings. Tourism is the biggest driver of this safe and stable country’s economy. Visitors and locals alike are attracted to the iconic Aman Sveti Stefan, a village-style island resort, linked to the Queen’s Beach by a causeway, as well as The Chedi Luštica Bay Hotel, a five-star modern resort hotel on the waterfront of the new coastal town of Luštica Bay. Other exciting hotel projects include the One&Only Portonovi, the group’s first luxury hotel in Europe and, a testament to the country’s dynamic investment potential, The Ritz Carlton Montenegro, whose highly anticipated opening is set to take place in 2023.
Emerging as a sovereign state in 2006, Montenegro is a member of NATO, uses the euro as its currency, and is an official candidate country for EU membership.