As we are entering the peak of the summer season, we wanted to remind you of some cool things happening across the Montenegrin coast this upcoming month. Whether you are looking for fun parties (day or night), cultural events or gastro experiences, you will not be disappointed. We have selected some of our favorites that should not be missed 🙂
Events in Porto Montenegro
Superyacht marina was always focused on delivering something different to their clientele, however, in the past two years, we’ve seen a significant rise in number and variety of events organised here. Full calendar is available on this link and below are some of our recommendations:
Polo In The Port
August 1 – 3, Porto Montenegro Arena
An extraordinary pop-up polo field hosting polo patrons from around the world. Participants can enjoy two games per day alongside the finest accompanying social events and refreshments in the sun.
Michelin Star Chef’s Dinner
August 24, Regent Porto Montenegro Hotel
Known for his avant-garde take on European cuisine, a style of cooking which has made him one of the best chefs in the world, Juan Amador is one of the few chefs to be awarded three Michelin stars in quick succession. Make sure you book your table on time.
Detailed calendar for August can be found here.
KotorArt International Festival is one of the greatest and most important festivals in the country and region. Every summer KotorArt gathers an impressive number of international artists and with over 200 programs at numerous venues in Kotor and throughout the Bay, attracts tens of thousands of visitors, which makes it one of the most visited festivals of this type in the region.
Passing through various formal shapes and frameworks, KotorArt has covered several different program units in diverse artistic disciplines, such as art, music, theater, klapa singing, children’s theater, architecture, philosophy and even high fashion. In 2019, KotorArt takes place through four program segments: Don Branko’s Music Days, Kotor Festival of Theater for Children, Festival of Klapa Perast and Philosophers’ Square.
The entire programme is available on the official website.
Set amongst the natural beauty of the Lustica peninsula and overlooking the internationally renowned Bay of Kotor (Boka Bay), Lustica Bay offers an unparalleled visual and sensory experience. Visitors and guests can fuel their imagination and sense of discovery crafting their own unique adventures, with local activities all within easy reach, including sailing, swimming, hiking, biking and nature walks. The full events calendar is available here.
Operosa Montenegro Opera Festival
August 25 from 9pm
Operosa Festival is all about presenting opera music to a Montenegrin audience and Lustica Bay is an ideal setting to experience this.
July 18, Lustica Bay
George Frideric Handel’s famous Water music suites are performed by our own Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra next to Lustica Bay’s azure waters.
September 14, 2019
Lustica Bay’s first ever Aquathlon, a two-stage race involving swimming followed by running. Our Aquathlon welcomes everyone from beginners to professional triathletes to try out in this all-day event.
More events are available on Lustica Bay website.
Exclusive open-air night club above Budva serves an unparalleled customer service and dancing opportunity, especially for electronic music lovers. We recommend you take a look on their Superstar Wednesdays or Friday Madness lineup.
“Where beauty meets world.” One-of-a kind sandy beach in Dobrota, in the heart of Kotor Bay brings a fantastic line up of DJ performances every weekend, making an unmissable day-time partying spot. Summer calendar is available on their Facebook page.
Festival of Mediterranean Theater brings the best of international and regional theater production for viewing pleasure of Tivat community and their visitors. An exciting mix of modern and traditional theater, everlasting topics of every human being and talented artists are awaiting for you this summer! Here you can check out the festival program.
Boka Night in Kotor
August 24, Kotor
A fantastic defile of boats that are being decorated for days. The town and its visitors get together in celebration of local culture and customs with a grand fireworks finale. And the best part: all the pubs in the Old Town work all night long.