Gulet Charter in Kotor
Kotor is a fortified town on Montenegro’s Adriatic coast, in a bay near the limestone cliffs of Mt. Lovćen. Characterized by winding streets and squares, its medieval old town has several Romanesque churches, and its sheer beauty has to be seen to be believed. Let us tell you a bit more as to why you should consider a Gulet Charter in Kotor.
Located along one of the world’s most beautiful bays, it is a city of traders and famous sailors, with many stories to tell.
The Old City of Kotor is typical of the middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor land on the UNESCO’s World Natural and Historical Heritage Site list.
Through the entire city the buildings are intersected by narrow streets and squares, and it may seem that every building here is steeped in history. Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (SvetiTripun) is at the center of one of these squares, and it’s a monument of Roman culture and one of the most recognizable symbols of the city.
The Church of Saint Luke (Sveti Luka) from the 13th century, Church of Saint Ana (Sveta Ana) from the 12th century, Church of Saint Mary (Sveta Marija) from the 13th century, Church of the Healing Mother of God (Gospe od Zdravlja) from the 15th century, the Prince’s Palace from the 17th century and the Napoleon’s Theatre from the 19th century are all treasures that are part of the rich heritage of Kotor, thus making this the perfect destination for you if you are interested in architecture and rich history. And of course, after a day of exploring all of this wonderment, you can retire to the luxury of your own private gulet and reflect upon your day.
For those of you that are looking for a more relaxed time during your Gulet Charter in Kotor, of course you can take life at a slower pace when you disembark your guletto explore.
Kotor has no long sandy beaches, but cute and intimate ones scattered around the bay. Pontoons with nice atmosphere and shelter-like character give a special charm and character to the landscape.
Although the most typical food here is Mediterranean cuisine, you won’t come across an eatery that doesn’t serve up Kotor specialties. We suggest that as soon as you come to Kotor, you try the traditional fish thick soup (it is usually prepared from local trout). But of course, there is much more on offer, albeit, here in Kotor there is a heavy focus on delights of the sea.
And for those of you with a sweet tooth,people, Kotor will give you “frustula” (a crunchy, dry, sweet cookie of rhombus shape).
Aside from the traditional Montenegrin cuisine which is made ofsmoked ham, cheese, olives and famous red and white wines, you will also find a vast array of restaurants serving up pizzas and the like.
Your enjoyment and impression of Kotor will reach the climax, when after only one day spent in Kotor, you reflect on your experience in one of its restaurants, trying out the specialties and delicacies that you didn’t know existed.
Located around 90 kilometres away from the Croatian city of Dubrovnik, Kotor is easy to get to, and glorious weather in the Mediterranean summer months make a Gulet Charter in Kotor a must.