June 29, 2018 - "The Treasure of Tumulus Mala and Velika Gruda” is the name of the constant setting of prehistoric finds from the Kotor area, organized by the local public institution 'Museums' from Kotor. Valuable exhibits, some of which are from the 3rd millennium BC, will be exhibited at the Church of St. Paul in the Old Town Kotor, and the ceremonial opening is scheduled for July 10, 2018.
June 29, 2018 - At the proposal of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Montenegro, Dr. Aleksandar Joksimović from the Institute of Marine Biology of Kotor was elected as Vice-President of the Scientific Committee of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM-SAC) for the next four-year mandate.
June 29, 2018 - A unique navy creature, the Energy Observer, is in the Boka Bay for a day on the way from Albania to Venice within its Mediterranean tour.
June 27, 2018 - Montenegro's emerging reputation as a luxury tourism destination is extending to the incentive tourism sector.
June 26, 2018 - Under the slogan "The Sea of Culture", the international art festival KotorArt 2018 begins on June 28. During the 47 festival days at numerous ambient locations in Kotor and across Boka Bay, more than 1500 artists from 33 countries will perform more than 250 programs - 51 main and over 200 accompanying programs. The program consists of four segments: XVII KotorArt Festival klapa Perast, XXVI KotorArt Kotor Festival of Children's Theater, XVII KotorArt Don Branko's Music Days and VIII KotorArt Square of the Philosophers.
June 25, 2018 - The Boka Navy's Day will be marked in Kotor on June 26. As part of the celebration, the Ceremonial Academy is scheduled for tonight at 20:00 at the church of the Holy Spirit, and tomorrow's ceremonial program will take place on the streets of the city. Recognizing the continuity of existence for 12 centuries, next to the Catholic church, the Boka Navy is the oldest organization in Montenegro, which keeps a tradition that is the most credible witness of the long and contentious culture of Bokelian people, who face the sea and are open to the international cultural influences coming by sea over the centuries.
June 24, 2018 - The UCLA team, known for their excellent water polo school, held their seven-day preparations at the Škver pool and the Igalo Institute. They stayed in Novi from June 17 to 22, as the director of the Jadran WP club, Miloš Mračević, told Radio Jadran.
June 23, 2018 - The Bokeški Gušti (Bokelian Flavors) tavern is located nine kilometres from the ferry Kamenari-Lepetane, nine kilometres away from the old town of Kotor, and only twelve kilometres from Tivat.
Thanks to the cooperation of the Cultural Center "Nikola Đurković" in Kotor and the Cultural Center in Novi Sad, the 9th edition of the Poezika Festival will be held in Kotor's Cinema square on June 22nd and 23rd. The entrance is free.