Discover the Adriatic Sea, the Mediterranean as it used to be

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The Adriatic Sea is not a simple body of water. It’s one of the most beautiful seas our wonderful planet has to offer. Of course, this is a very subjective opinion, but we stand by it. In this article, we’ll try to explain why exactly we think so and what beautiful destinations you can experience around the Adriatic sea. Who knows, maybe you’ll come around to our way of thinking.

The gorgeously clear water

Everything else seems to fade away as you stare into the Adriatic’s depths. Being at sea completely consumes you. Some researchers suggest that spending your time near water, especially the sea, can improve your health significantly. What better way to do so than to head to the Adriatic? The Adriatic Sea is one of the most stunningly blue seas on the planet. The water ranges in color from a dark royal blue to a bright turquoise near the beach. If you take a dive into the Adriatic, you’ll find that the water is crystal clear, revealing a bed of fine sand or stones underneath. It’s one of nature’s greatest works of art!

Explore Tivat and Budva

There is a mysterious allure to the Montenegrin shore that may enchant any visitor. While visiting the beautiful and tranquil village of Tivat, the ruby rooftops of Saint Stefan island, and the sunny beaches of Budva, you will feel the warm embrace of the Mediterranean. There’s no doubt that you’ll realize why Tivat and Budva are two of the most popular attractions in Montenegro. The local taverns and cafés are waiting to serve you their delicious seafood specialties, and superb beverages, all while you’re immersed in the most breathtaking scenery. The Montenegrin coast is the only place in the world where you can see such stunning sunsets and dramatic contrasts between the mountains and the shore.

Visit the Bay of Kotor

Have you been wondering what you should do at the Bay of Kotor to have the best possible experience? In Risan, amid the mosaics, you can almost hear the Roman Empire roaring, while in Perast, in the center of the maze of cobblestone streets, you may drink wine and listen to the sounds of the past. Explore the historic town of Kotor and stroll inside its fortified walls. While in Herceg Novi, a small town in the bay, you may take a stroll around the city and join the welcoming residents in their celebration of the Mimosa Festival. Explore the bay and the amazing Blue Cave if you’re in the mood for an exciting journey. These are just a few ideas for visiting one of the best locations the Adriatic has to offer.

Visit Dubrovnik – the pearl of the Adriatic

Dubrovnik, a fortified city on the southern coast of Croatia, is one of the best places in the world to feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Dubrovnik’s impressive fortifications, including its vast mediaeval walls, imposing gates, and high towers. These magnificent views take tourists back in time to when the city was a great maritime force with the third-largest fleet in the Mediterranean. The well-preserved city has always been the country’s top attraction, but because of “Game of Thrones,” it is getting much more attention than before. Dubrovnik has a lot to offer history buffs and fantasy readers, and the beaches and islands in the area provide plenty of chances for outdoor recreation. Dubrovnik is known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” and it’s simple to see why after even a brief visit and seeing a small fraction of the city’s attractions.

When you decide to visit the Adriatic sea, you can’t miss out on the lovely Montenegrin towns of Budva, Herceg Novi, and Tivat. While you’re there, head to Dubrovnik as well and dive into the rich history of the area.