Ticket Tour: Blue Cave, Mamula Island, Submarine Tunnel, Lady of the Rocks (3hr)

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  • 3 hr

During this 3-hour tour you will learn Montenegro’s history from the water and gain a first-hand appreciation of the close connection the people have with the sea. Stop At: Our Lady of the Rocks - 20. min. Place which will also amaze you is old Island Lady of the Rock which is artificial island made in 15 century as a monument to the sailors from Perast. Under the Lady of the Rock there is 196 shipwrecks sank by people of Perast while defending Kotor from Venetian and Ottoman Empire. During panoramic sightseeing boat ride you will be able to see places like “Saint Mathews Church”, “Ladies temple”, abandoned village “old Stoliv”, narrow passage” Verige” which is only 300 meters wide, Bay of Tivat and Herceg-Novi and new yacht marina “Porto Novi”. Stop at: Blue Cave - 30.min. Blue Cave is natural cave which was created at the bottom of 100 meter cliff as a result of a thousand years impact of sea waves on porous rocks of” Luštica”. Stop at: EX Submarine Base - 5.-10.min

Itinerary Details

Operated by: The Seagull - speed boat tours & experiences

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At:

Blue Cave

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Mamula Fortress

Panoramic view of Mamula island

Stop At: Our Lady of the Rocks

Visit Our Lady of the rocks

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: The Church of St. Matthew

On our way from port of Kotor we will pass by beautiful 16th century church St Matthews. Located next to the sea this church has lot of famous paintings and sculptures but it is famous for Giovanni Bellini painting Madonna and Child.

Pass By: Donji Stoliv

A small, peaceful place in the Boka Kotorska bay famous for its interference of mountain and sea winds mixed with 548 types of herbs that are suitable for lung diseases, particularly in the late spring and early autumn. Small fisherman’s settlement from XIV century remained preserved over the centuries.The first camellia from Japan was brought by the Stoliv seamen in XVIII century
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