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Tivat Tourism Organization

Luxury & Green

The Montenegrin coastal town of Tivat was declared one of the ten most colourful conference locations in 2021, in category M – up to 1,200 conference participants, and the current year began with an award within the Meeting Star Awards 2022/2023 competition

Apart from the fact that it is located in one of the most beautiful bays in the world – the Bay of Kotor, Tivat can boast of easy accessibility by air and excellent hotels. Tivat Airport connects the Montenegrin coast with destinations throughout Europe. Some of the best and most prestigious hotels in the world are located here, such as Regent Porto Montenegro, The Chedi Luštica Bay, Nikki Beach. Two seaside villages, Porto Montenegro and Luštica Bay, offer many possibilities for holding events of all kinds.

Surrounded by islands with a rich cultural heritage, walking paths, fishing villages and a nature reserve, Tivat can recently boast the label of a green destination. Tivat was the first applicant from Montenegro to join the Green Destinations programme and after an audit and evaluation by the Green Destinations certification committee, successfully achieved the Green Destinations Bronze Award status. With this achievement, Tivat is the first destination in the Western Balkans (WB6) to reach this level.

The luxury found at every step in Tivat exudes charm and leisure and beckons you to enjoy yourself. Besides, this small town also has its own story. It is told by medieval palaces, interesting museum exhibits, but also by the locals – through innate hospitality, festivals that preserve age-old traditions and a sophisticated gastronomic culture

Tivat is also loved by fans of water sports, such as sailing and diving. The picturesque bay, the rich underwater world, clean nature and the warm sea have for years been tempting regatta participants to enjoy the sunset on the Tivat Riviera. Ideal for relaxation, sporting opportunities add to the value of Tivat as a luxury and conference destination.

We should not forget that Tivat is an ideal base for visiting the rest of the Bay of Kotor and Montenegro. This small, mountainous Mediterranean country is easy to get around, but difficult to get to know. It is full of hidden corners, and each region has its own characteristics that distinguish it from the others. The coast is typically Mediterranean, but in Tivat everything is raised an octave.

The luxury found at every step in Tivat exudes charm and leisure and beckons you to enjoy yourself. Besides, this small town also has its own story. It is told by medieval palaces, interesting museum exhibits, but also by the locals – through innate hospitality, festivals that preserve age-old traditions and a sophisticated gastronomic culture. Tivat is a town that serves as an example that inspires us all to always do better and more. Its success story began recently, although it seems as if it has always belonged there. Tivat also teaches us that it is possible to succeed and develop, while remaining committed to tradition and preserving nature. Tivat is luxury that motivates, nature that relaxes and culture that broadens horizons!

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