Afjordable holidayMay 10, 2019 in Montenegro ⋅ 🌫 20 °C
The Bay of Kotor, (Boka Kotorska or Bocche di Cattaro,known simply as Boka,) is an enclosed part of the Adriatic Sea in parts ressembling a Norwegian or NZ fjord, in fact the southernmost fjord in Europe and the deepest in the Mediterranean. I spent peaceful night camped on an isthmus outside the monestary of Miholjska Prevlaka by the unpronouncable town of Brda. The unalluring sound of nearby Sveti Marko put me off visiting the island in fear that it might prove maloderous.
The bay is surrounded by well-preserved medieval towns such as Kotor, Risan, Tivat, Perast, Prčanj and Herceg Novi. The main road North crosses the bay at its narrowest point, (Verige Strait / 340m,) by the ferry linking Lepetane to Kamenari.
Suddenly I miss Sarcelle, my old sailing boat.