Porto Montenegro – Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

There is a place in a world that is a unique blend of Monte Carlo, Saint-Tropez and Puerto Banus in one. All you need is a little time and a few million dollars for maximum enjoyment. We are talking about Porto Montenegro.

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

Porto Montenegro is a luxury most attractive place and port on the Mediterranean. Many captains and owners considered as the most important center for yachts on the Adriatic Sea. Porto Montenegro in Tivat in a short time became one of the leading destinations, a favorite spot for domestic and world jet-set.

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

Main investor of the project is Canadian billionaire Peter Munk, a refugee from Nazi Hungary. Canadian billionaire from the government of Montenegro has bought full military shipyard “Arsenal” in Tivat and turned it into a mega-yacht marina and a building site covering an area of 24 hectares for the construction of apartments for sale. So, it is not surprising that all apartments on the port are sold, although their average price ranges from 6,500 euros per square meter.

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

The fifth building of Porto Montenegro in the last week of June opened its doors and offered products that were able to be found exclusively in the European fashion capitals. Also, in Porto Montenegro you can visit very good restaurants, where you can eat top specialties of Mediterranean cuisine.

Porto Montenegro - Intended Destination For The Jet-Set

The collection of navy heritage is located in a beautifully restored building of the former sawmill and reminds the need to respect the valuable nautical past of the Adriatic Sea. It has more than three hundred exhibits from Yugoslav submarines, the Austro marine equipment and industrial machines some of which are over 100 years old.

Nearby to Porto Montenegro is the town of Kotor, which is protected by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage of Baroque, Venetian and Austrian architecture. It is surrounded by spectacular untouched mountain scenery.

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