Best holiday rental deals in Kotor
Discover a letting fitting your needs among the 2,545 great accommodation options from 29 holiday letting websites in Kotor. By directly analysing these accommodation options, HomeToGo brings you the best deals and the highest rated accommodation options in Kotor.
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Price and Availability Index Kotor
Holiday Letting Price Information in Kotor
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Kotor. The most expensive dates to travel to Kotor are in July (06/07 - 13/07). Prices drop in March to an average of £68 per night (09/03 - 16/03).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Kotor
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Kotor. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of August (25/08 - 01/09), as 43% of the rentals are booked. On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of September (29/09 - 06/10).
The weather in Kotor
This is the climate diagram in Kotor. July is the warmest month of the year in Kotor with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 32°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. The rainiest month is February while the driest month is July.
Fjordish views from your holiday letting in Kotor
An oasis of old charm in a modern country: a Kotor apartment on the coast of Montenegro is for all those who love sun, sea and history. Lose yourself in the panoramas of this quaint town.
It's all about the desserts
There will be Balkan and Austro-Hungarian influences on the menu. You can find crempita, a layer of custard plus one of cream, topped with icing sugar, and baklava, the dessert combining chopped nuts and syrup on filo pastry, in the bistros around the harbour. Enter when you see a ‘Pekara’ (Bakery) sign; there’s much more to taste!
Do you have comfortable shoes on?
The best thing you can actually do in Kotor is to get lost in the old, narrow, cobblestone streets. Smile when you see clothes put out to dry, stop when you stumble upon children decorating locally picked stones, and climb the city walls. It will be against a fee and a bit gruelling, but the view over the bay will be worth the effort.
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