GQ Magazine: Skip Saint-Tropez and Croatia, Come to Montenegro

By , 03 Aug 2018, 12:54 PM Lifestyle
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August 3, 2018 - Montenegro and its natural beauties were again found on the pages of famous magazines. This time the wild beauty of our country has enchanted journalists from GQ magazine, which recommends their readers that this year they should avoid the popular French Saint-Tropez and choose Montenegro to go on a vacation.

Why Montenegro is worth the effort, they ask, and provide answers to this question. "Skip their famous neighbors, and go to Montenegro. It's worth the effort," the author's state.

Montenegro is described as a small place where the mountains meet with the sea, whose peaks are reminiscent of the American National Park Yosemite.

"Avoid Dubrovnik, but take a flight to it. Then take a taxi and head south to the border of Croatia and Montenegro, wait with patience and get to Montenegro," the authors recommend.

The article focuses on Boka Kotorska bay, i.e. Kotor, for which it is understandable that it is under UNESCO protection.

They say there are not many tourists from the West, and you can "bump into" many Russians who have been enjoying a European hidden jewel such as Montenegro for a long time before anybody had the chance to destroy it.

“Unwrap your camera and find your spot at one of the many endless beaches," they recommend.

The authors put special emphasis on St. Stefan and the Aman Hotel as a place for vacation.

"St. Stefan is perhaps the most exclusive place to rest in the world. It's hard to describe what makes this island so beautiful, but privacy is one of the items," writes GQ authors.

Apart from St Stefan, Kotor is also recommended, as well as a visit to Durmitor and Ostrog Monastery. They are particularly delighted with the Blue Cave, a cave located in Boka.

Translation by CdM, August 2nd 2018, read more at CdM

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