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Apartments COAST - KATIĆ are located in Igalo, in the Bay of Kotor. You can find the exact location on Google Maps below:

 

 

Nearby are Herceg Novi, Tivat and Kotor. In addition to these three cities, in the Gulf there are the posh resorts: Perast and Porto Montenegro.

Also nearby, only 40 kilometers away, there is Budva and Dubrovnik (Croatia).

Below we give a brief information about the most important locations:

Boka Kotorska

Anyone who visits the Bay, experiencing it in his own way, whether it's about artists, scientists or tourists, Boka strongly influence all the sensory experiences. Boca is the place where opposites meet and uniting creating a very special atmosphere. The contradictions are reflected in nature where in one part of the calm surface of the sea rapidly rising rocky mountains, while the second part sprouting real botanical gardens, but also in cultural and historic heritage where two civilizations, East and West complement in a unique harmony. Prehistoric times, the Illyrian age, antiquity, Latin-Byzantine era, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, it all blends into modern life, showing and proving that the true value of eternal duration, together in harmony.

 

The total area of ​​the Bay is 87.3 km2, volume is 2.4 x 106 km3, maximum depth of 60 m and an average of 27.3 m. Water salinity is 28%. Coast length is 105.7 km. Boka Bay has 28 km inland.

 

Boku decorate the seven islands, which are: Sveti Marko, Mamula, Our Lady of the Rocks, Saint George, Mercy, Island of Flowers and the Little Lady. Along the bay there is a chain of smaller cities and towns from which everyone could tell his story.

 

Given that stretches between the Adriatic Sea and coastal hinterland area the Bay of Kotor is under the influence of Mediterranean and mountain climate, which when are mixed to form a special type of sub-Mediterranean climate, quite specific, unlike other parts of the coastline. Characteristically for Boka is the early spring, when all the surrounding mountains covered with snow, on the coast of the Mediterranean blooming plants and trees. In winter it can also be enjoyed in the sunny days on the coast while in the mountainous region can be reached in less than an hour. Summer in the Bay are pleasant with something more rainy days than the rest of the Montenegrin coast, which is reflected in the lush vegetation. In the Bay has the most rainy days in late autumn and partly during the winter, especially in the inner part of the bay, where high mountains blocking their way to the clouds coming from the south and bring rain. Along the entire coast of the bay can be seen rich distribution of Mediterranean, continental and exotic plants. Laurel, palm trees, olive trees naranadže, lemon and pomegranate, agave, oleanders, camellias, mimosas ... are only part of the colorful flora of the region.





Herceg Novi

Herceg Novi is a coastal town in Montenegro located at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor and at the foot of Mount Orjen. It is the administrative center of the Municipality of Herceg Novi with around 33,000 inhabitants. Herceg Novi was known as Castelnuovo (in Italian). Herceg Novi has a turbulent past, despite being one of the youngest settlements on the Adriatic. History of different occupations has created a blend of different architectural styles and picturesque city.

 

Herceg Novi is a major Montenegrin tourist destination. It is well known as a spa and health center; near Igala there are plenty of medicinal sea mud called "mud igaljsko" and mineral water called "igaljska saline." The most famous tourist attractions in Herceg Novi are Forte Mare built by the Bosnian king Tvrtko I in 1382, the Clock Tower and Kanli tower built by Turks, Orthodox Church of St. Michael the Archangel in central Belavista Square, and many other religious, cultural and historical objects.

 

The coastline of the city is known for its long promenade 7 km. This fantastic coastal trail at any time of year provides a special pleasure walkers. On the promenade can be down to many smaller or larger beaches spread out along the Novi Riviera. Travel agencies organize daily excursions by boat to the peninsula Lustica, located opposite the city.

 

 

Kotor

Kotor's old town in Boka Bay. There are about 13,000, and the municipality of Kotor 23 000 inhabitants. The old Mediterranean port of Kotor, surrounded by impressive city walls, is very well preserved and protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Between 1420-1797 Kotor and its surroundings belonged to Venice and the Venetian influence left a mark on the city's architecture. In recent years, an increasing number of tourists attracted by both the natural beauty of the Bay of Kotor and I have an old town of Kotor.

 

Kotor was first inhabited in time of ancient Rome, when it was known as Acruvium and was part of the Roman province of Dalmatia. Kotor has been fortified since the early Middle Ages, when Emperor Justinian built a fortress above Ascrivium's 535. In 1002, Bulgarians have robbed him, and later the Bulgarian king Samuel gave Serbia. Kotor is under the protection of Serbia, in alliance with Dubrovnik, preserve intact its republican institutions and its right to conclude contracts and participate in the war. In the 14th century trade of Cattaro, as it was then called, was applied and the envy of Dubrovnik Venice. It should be noted that the city had a charter from Kotor 1,301th year, proving that it still had the status of town. During the dynasty Nemanjic, Kotor has enjoyed great autonomy and privileges. The fall of Serbia in 1389 left the city without protection, since the alternating fell into the hands of the Venetians and Hungarians, and finally in 1420 came under Venetian rule. Kotor are besieged by the Turks in 1538 and 1657, visited by plague in 1572, and nearly destroyed by earthquakes in 1563 and 1667. After the Treaty of Campo Fromija in 1797 it passed to Austria, but in 1805, following the agreement of Presburg, assigned to Italy and finally became part of the French empire in 1810. In World War Kotor was the scene of fierce battles between Montenegro and Austria-Hungary. After 1918, Kotor became part of Yugoslavia, and since 1945 part of the Socialist Republic of Montenegro within socialist Yugoslavia.

 

April 15, 1979, Kotor has seen a terrible earthquake. Reconstruction lasted 10 years, and even more for some important buildings: the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, the Church of St. Luke, the Duke's palace etc..

 

 

Tivat

At the heart of the Bay of Tivat is situated, with beautiful coastline, beaches, bays, harbors, and still largely undiscovered, very attractive hinterland. Wealth of archaeological findings and cultural and historical monuments is a testimony of its creation. Numerous cultural programs, folk festivals, sports events have become synonymous with the city. What gives a special seal to its inhabitants, hospitable and open to all curious and welcomed guests. And the guests are in Tivat coming back, one because of the preserved seaside atmosphere, others for its domestic atmosphere and relaxation.

 

Porto Montenegro is the project of construction of a settlement around the marina and home port for yachts, with great perspective designed to meet sophisticated needs of all yachts, their owners, guests and crew, with additional infrastructure for the largest yachts. The main investor of the project is a Canadian businessman Peter Munk, founder of Barrick Gold Corporation. Other investors are Lord Jacob Rothschild, Nathaniel Rothschild, Bernard Arnault, Sandor Demjan and Anthony Munk.

 
 

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Location & Directions

Obala Katić Location

Luke Vukalovića 125, Igalo,
85347 Herceg-Novi, Montenegro
Tel: +382 31 332 474

Mobile: +382 67 800 670

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