Already a popular tourist resort, Tivat is set to become a nautical tourism centre for the southern Adriatic. Tivat is very pretty but rainy destionation. It has number of beaches and attractions outside the town.
The inlets near Prevlaka, as well as the localities of Župa and Kalimanj, provide great conditions for the construction of marinas and yachting clubs. Canadian businessman Peter Munk bought a naval shipyard in Tivat, intending to transform it into a luxury vacation resort and a marina for luxury yachts called Porto Montenegro. You can observe mega yachts in Porto Montenegro while walking through and drinking their delicious coffee. Marina has 630 berths for all types of vessels out of it 130 for luxury mega yahct.
In 1971 Tivat Airport acquired a modern runway and is now a significant airport for foreign air traffic.
Although it is the youngest town in the Boka region, Tivat has a number of tourist sites. Renaissance Summer House Buca in the centre of city, Ostrvo Cvijeća (Flowers’ Island) with sacred monuments, Gornja Lastva, the old nucleus at an altitude of 300 m (984.25 ft), the magnificent sandy beach at Plavi Horizonti and the Sveti Marko Island with ex-Club Med cottages are the most visited. In the city itself there is the natural port Kalimanj. There is also a choice of cultural events, such as "Bocce Olympiad" and "Summer Fest". Tivat boasts a botanic garden planted with gifts from Bokan sailors who brought back a wide variety of exotic tree species and ornamental plants from their voyages.
Tivat, Porto Montenegro is the work of talented and forward-thinking entrepreneurs, who have proved their expertise on numerous acclaimed projects around the world (Peter Munk, Bernard Arnault, Sandor Demijan, Oleg Deriupaska, Lord Jacob Rothschild, Nathaniel Rothschild).
Info phone : +382 32 674 660
Web site : www.portomontenegro.com