Nestled and bordered by gray mountain massifs and a sparkling clear sea, “anchored” is the god-given Kotor, one of the largest and most important maritime cities in Montenegro and the heart of the Boka Bay. Under the slope of the cliffs of Lovćen, the old Mediterranean port and the Kotor Old Town which is surrounded by ramparts and bastions almost five kilometers long, which are the work of the hands of the old Venetians, while behind rises the hill of Saint Ivan with the main city fortress of San Giovanni on the top. The Bay of Kotor is often declared the southernmost fjord in Europe due to the fact that it is the deepest and longest bay on the Adriatic Sea. Kotor municipality is one of the largest in Montenegro and has the longest coast. One part of the coast is in Boka Bay while the other is on the Adriatic sea.
World Cultural Heritage In Kotor
Over the centuries, Kotor was influenced by Venetian, French and Austrian authorities, each of which in their own way left their mark on the legacy of Kotor. While the Bay of Kotor is often declared the southernmost fjord in Europe due to the fact that it is the deepest and longest bay on the Adriatic Sea. Remacramble architecture surrounded by natural beauty put Kotor on the list of World cultural heritage by UNESCO in 1979. Kotor contributes to the World cultural heritage with his Old Town and fortifications walls, natural beauty since the entire region of Kotor bay is also protected by UNESCO and from 2021 Boka Navy as Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Because of the geographical position of Kotor’s Municipality, Kotor has to offer a wide range of property types and can meet everyone’s needs. Wheater you are looking to buy a waterfront stone house in Dobrota, Perast or Ljuta, modern villas in Muo, Prcanj, or Stoliv, rural estates in Grbalj and Grahovo, centuries-old charming apartments in Kotor Old Town, gated communities with pools and all the necessary amenities for a successful rental investment be sure that you can find in Kotor your dream property.