Kotor Guides

Guide to Kotor

An Adriatic gem hidden away in the bay of Kotor, this fortified town is the perfect escape for anyone who needs a break from bustling city life.

The quaint town of Kotor offers adventure activities, afternoons browsing quirky shops and chilled mornings exploring it’s beaches and coves. The ultimate coastal break!

Facts About Kotor

Top Attractions

Old Town Road/Kotor Fortress

Kotor’s most visited attraction focuses on the natural landscape itself. Hike up the 1000+ steps of this ancient road to Kotor’s fortress and enjoy the stunning view of the fjord-like bay.

Lovcen National Park

Beautiful national park with mountains and views of the bay. Great for hiking excursions and day trips.

Our Lady of the Rocks

Tiny abandoned monastery in the bay of Kotor. Take a 5-minute boat trip from Perast and explore the little islets.

Kotor Old Town

Kotor’s Unesco World Heritage status means the old town itself is worth a couple of hours – wander the atmospheric paved streets and watch the sunset over the bay.

Main Districts

Culture Hotspots

Maritime Museum

Museum with historical exhibitions on the story of Kotor’s naval past.

Cathedral of Saint Tryphon

A beautiful Romanesque church from the middle ages, featuring frescoes and silver relics.

Kampana Tower

Part of the old city walls which make up the fortification of Kotor – you can walk the walls and explore the old ramparts.

Church of St Mary Collegiate

Charming church built near the city walls. If you explore behind the church, you’ll also find some tucked away gardens, perfect for quiet contemplation.

Free Walking Tour?

Yes! Tours meet daily at 12 noon outside the tourist info kiosk (next to the main gate in the old town). Tours last around an hour and end at the North Gate.

Trips to Kotor