Montenegro is a country that leaves no one indifferent. The turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea, unique ecology and nature, lack of industrial production, friendliness, hospitality of local residents, local cuisine - this and much more makes people return to this country from year to year. It's no secret that Montenegro has become the second home for many foreigners, including Russians, Ukrainians, British, Germans and others.
For a more comfortable stay, the law on temporary residence permits for foreigners came into force. That is, a citizen of another country who owns a property in Montenegro has the right to apply for a residence permit. The residence permit is valid for a year.
Despite the fact that Montenegro is a small state, the country has a fairly large number of various attractions. The coast of the country is a little less than three hundred kilometers, but it is not unambiguous either.
Formally, it can be divided into several regions, each of which has its own characteristics.
Kotor Bay is an incredibly beautiful place that must be visited by everyone who is lucky enough to be in Montenegro. These are places for contemplation, it has long developed that sailors and artists, architects and monks lived in these parts.
In order to fully enjoy the beauty of the Bay of Kotor, we recommend going to Lovcen, climbing the serpentine road, you can see the bay from a bird's eye view, believe me - this is an unforgettable sight.
In addition to natural attractions, the region is of great historical and cultural importance not only for local residents, but also for the whole world. On the shores of the Bay of Kotor there are many ancient Orthodox and Catholic churches, churches that are places of pilgrimage. The most famous are the Catholic Cathedral of St. Tryphon in Kotor and the Orthodox monastery of Savina in Herceg Novi.
The Budva region is truly a resort region, the most infrastructurally developed and developed. In cities such as Budva, Becici, Petrovac, life does not stop for a second. Wide sandy beaches, a large number of shops, markets, pharmacies, banks, restaurants - everything that a person may need for a comfortable stay, everything is here. The Budvank region is also attractive for doing business, investing in terms of making a profit. Real estate in the Budva region is in demand all year round.
The Bar region and Ulcin rigeon are somewhat inferior to the Bay of Kotor and the Budva region in terms of their development, but one cannot fail to mention the pluses. It is believed that this region is warmer. A wide variety of beaches, from small pebble beaches to the largest sandy beach on the coast. It is called the Great Beach (Velika plaza), has a length of 14 km and is marked with the "Blue Flag" - the symbol of the European Environmental Association.
It must also be said that the cost of living and the cost of real estate in the Bar Region is lower. We recommend taking a closer look at detached houses, prices for which are comparable to prices for apartments in other regions. On the site you can find the most advantageous offers.