By many called the Pearl of the Medditeranian, Herceg Novi jelously holds that unoffical title for countless reasons. First of which is its location. Ideally placed in the heart of, what many call, one of the most beautiful bays in the world (Boka Bay) its very easy to get there. The iconic Adriatic Highway connects this city to the region and places like Dubrovnik, Kotor and Trebinje which are all only 45 minutes away. For those coming from a bit further, there are two airports in the vicinity to choose from.
Regular lines have been established with regional centers such as Belgrade, but also with European capitals such as Berlin, Helsinki, Moscow, St. Petersburg, London, Manchester and others. Although primarily a summer destination, Herceg Novi is blessed with a wonderful Mediterranean climate that maintains average temperatures at high altitudes throughout the year. Thus, the temperature during the fall does not fall below 20 degrees Celsius, during the winter it does not fall below 12 degrees, while in the spring it is constantly at the ideal 17 degrees.
Trips across the Boka Bay
Spring in Herceg Novi is characterized by beautiful weather that is perfect for sailing one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Boka Kotorska. From ordered independent voyages, to those in groups with a larger number of people, there is a large selection of carriers waiting for you in the main city port. Depending on your preferences, it will take you to the nearby islands and peninsulas that belong to Herceg Novi, but still further, to the cities under the protection of UNESCO, Kotor and Perast. A full day trip takes you through more than 600 years of rich history of this region intertwined with spectacular landscapes of which Boka is full and by which it is recognizable.
Sailing along our shores is an unforgettable experience. The calm Adriatic Sea is perfect for sailing, and the wild nature that surrounds you will give you a unique and rich feeling. If you have your own boat, you can find a berth either in the city port of Škver or in the new luxury resorts of Lazura and Portonovi. From there you can set off in the direction of Kotor and Perast, cities under UNESCO protection, or in the direction of Dubrovnik, which is also an important place on the tourist map of Europe. If you want a little peace and quiet you can explore the many bays and islands scattered around the Bay of Kotor, each with its interesting story of origins and events that have marked through the centuries of various civilizations and cultures that walked and created on them. You have enough material to fill the whole week of sailing.
Herceg Novi is surrounded by two peninsulas that are characterized by beautiful hidden beaches ideal for swimming and enjoying. You can reach them by land, while for those with an adventurous spirit, there is also the option of kayaking to the mentioned peninsulas. Whoever decides for this option will have a unique experience and a calm sea.