Trip from Cavtat
to Kotor

Trip details

Departure from Cavtat
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Kotor
10:42h

Trip duration: 102min

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Places you can visit along the way

Quality photo of Sokol Tower - Croatia

Sokol Tower
Croatia

60 min

The Sokol Tower, whose history goes back to the Copper Age, around 2300 BC, is an ancient fort located high on rocks above the village... of Dunava in Konavle. Among archaeological artifacts discovered here are some valuable items like amber and glass decorative items from the Bronze and Iron Age or weapons from the Illyrian period. The fort gained its current appearance during the age of the Dubrovnik Republic, which purchased it in 1419, but was abandoned at the beginning of the 18th century. In 2013, the amazing tower once again opened its doors after 350 years; therefore today visitors can explore the museum’s collection of medieval weapons, including 6 original canons. Stupendous views of Konavle landscapes are awaiting visitors as well.

Quality photo of Herceg Novi - Montenegro

Herceg Novi
Montenegro

105 min

Situated at the entrance of the beautiful Bay of Kotor, Herceg Novi is a charming little coastal town full of thick greenery and many rare... plants, including mimosa trees and banana trees. It was founded in 1382 by King Tvrtko I and many historic buildings dotted around the Old Town date from that period or from the epoch of Kanli – Kula (1483). Most important monuments of the rich cultural heritage are the Forte Mare fortress, Kanli Kula Fortress, Church of St. Archangel Michael, and the tower clock.

Quality photo of Perast - Montenegro

Perast
Montenegro

105 min

The Bay of Kotor has many stunning attractions and beautiful town of Perast is certainly one of them. The poetic architecture that gives an ancient,... old town feel coupled with breathtaking views make this small town an idyllic seaside paradise. Although it may appear small at first glance because it has less than 400 residents, Perast is actually home to 16 preserved Venetian palaces and 19 churches.