In the relatively small area of Montenergo, nature has produced unique
contrasts; the quality and diversity of its natural and anthropological
values, makes Montenegro one of the most attractive regions in the Mediterranean. Over
a span of only 100 km in a straight line, three natural environments are
distinguishible: the seaside, the karst field zone and the high mountain
the tourist has the the possibility of taking a swim in the lakes or in
the sea, rafting down the river and skiing on the mountain slopes - all
in one day.
Investment Possibilities / Tourism
Many famous travellers, poets and painters "discovered" Montenegro
and fell in love with it. Lord Byron wrote: " At the moment of the creation
of our planet, the most beautiful merging of land and sea occured at the
Montenegrin seaside... When the pearls of nature were sworn, an abundance
of them were strewn all over this area..." From the top of Mt.Lovcen, Bernard
Shaw exclaimed: "Am I in Paradise or on the Moon?!"
far as the development of tourism is concerned, the most attractive resource
is the 200 km long Adriatic coastline, with a multitude of beaches and
inlets. Natural beaches are over 55 km long, including more than 31 km
of sand strips, some of which are kilometers long and others only a dozen
meters. The beaches are of the extreme quality and many of them have been
classified as extra category and among the most beautiful in the Mediterranean
by WTO experts. Captain Jaques Custeau, who investigated the pollution
in the Mediterranean with his scientific team, described the Adriatic as
the cleanest area - particularly its southern part - the Montenegrin coast.
This is mainly due to the fact that there are no industrial polluters along
the coast of Montenegro. Its attractivness is particularly enhanced by
the mountainous hinterland - and the Bay of Kotor - the most beautiful
fjord in the Mediterranean.