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  • Everything! Mija was a wonderful hostess and everyone else was fantastic! Beautiful apartment with a stunning view, we truly fell in love with what became our home for 2 weeks! You can see he pride Mija and her family take in their home and business! Completely flawlessly kept! Short walk to the bay and a beautiful longer walk to old Kotor. We really couldn't sing their praises enough our honeymoon wouldn't have been that amazing if it wasn't for this wonderful place to stay in a wonderful country!

  • Absolutely lovely hosts who bought us a bottle of wine for our honeymoon and gave us a lift to our bus as we were running late. Very high quality furnishings and a lovely private balcony overlooking the bay. Short walk to the supermarket and short walk to the old city.

  • Everything was just amazing! Really big comfortable apartment with literally EVERYTHING you could need. It was so called "last minute booking", but we were so happy we found it. Thank you for making little part of our honeymoon special!

  • We stayed here on our honeymoon for 1 week, the staff were incredibly friendly and helped us print tickets and gave us hints and tips about things to do and see. The breakfast was delicious and traditional! The room was cleaned every day and supplied with fresh towels. The hotel is in the centre of the old town and after exploring we wouldn't have wanted to stay anywhere else! big rooms and a lovely stay!

  • Huge apartment, personal touches for our honeymoon. Fabulous balcony with grapes hanging above!

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Things to Do in Kotor

Kotor’s Castle Of San Giovanni
Hike up to this medieval citadel for breathtaking views over the Bay of Kotor. Make sure you pack your best walking shoes – to reach the top you’ll have to climb around 1,350 stairs to a height of 1,200 metres! The best way to conquer the castle is by taking the main entrance and grabbing an entrance ticket for €3. asked travelers...

Some say romance is dead; how does Kotor prove them wrong?

The whole city is like "dolls' city" - beautiful, small, unique. There were hundreds of shops and restaurants, as well as a shopping mall just outside the Old Town. You could even gaze at the yachts in front of the Old Town's gates. It was easy to fall in love with the city and with your partner, all over again, while staying there.