June 10, 2018 - The first Montenegrin Senior Fest will be held on June 30 in Podgorica, in the Gorica park, starting at 11:00.
KSI Summer Daily Camp, opened for participants aged 6 to 16, will last for four weeks, from July 9 to August 3. KSI Montenegro is also running its adventure summer camp two-week programme for international learners aged 12-17, starting July 16.
The Mediterranean Sea turns into a dangerous plastic trap with a record level of micro-pollution threatening marine species and human health, said the new WWF report published today in many countries around the world.
We support the efforts of the state to keep the Bay of Male Rose preserved, because the age-old history is not supposed to be cemented and fenced, says the "Stop the Poaching" organization, who pointed out that in one of the few intact nature jewels, in the midst of personal interests, a wall is being built just by the sea, a few meters from the water.
The public company for the national parks of Montenegro purchased five new terrain vehicles for National Guard Service activities in Durmitor, Biogradska Gora, Lovćen, Skadar Lake and Prokletije.
June 7, 2018 - Queen Elena di Savoia was the daughter of the Montenegrin King Nicholas I. She was born in Cetinje, raised and studied in Saint Petersburg. In 1896 she married the Italian King Victor Emmanuel III.
The first Blue Flag in 2018 was raised today by the State Secretary from the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism, Damir Davidovic, on the Kamenovo beach in Budva, which is a long-time recipient of this prestigious ecological acknowledgment.
The Legend of Tre Sorele is a story about three sisters who gave all the love of this world to one man, never living a day of love for whom they have devoted their whole life. Tre Sorele is also the best preserved Gothic-style palace in Boka Bay.
June 06, 2018 - The meeting in Ohrid is devoted to the common and similar policies and challenges of Macedonia and Montenegro when it comes to applying the Decision of the UNESCO Committee related to Ohrid and Kotor.
June 6, 2018 - For years, Montenegro has been reputed as a country for relaxation. Sunbathing at the remote beaches, hiking between wild pomegranate thickets or solitary meditating at our stunning mountain lakes – that is no longer the only way to spend your holidays here. The many entertainment activities, especially in the high season, have rapidly grown over the last years, and TMN is here to guide you through the vibrant summer in Montenegro.