In Montenegro, apartment rentals are the most prevalent accommodation type. The average nightly price of apartment rentals there is £67, and the median size is 48 m². Moreover, these rentals are ideal for medium-sized groups and families, as that's the average number of people that apartment rentals are able to host in Montenegro. If you would prefer something else, you can look for some other options, such as house rentals, which are the second most popular property type in Montenegro. Our data shows that the median price of house rentals is £143 per night for an area of 96 m².
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Montenegro
Filters are available to help you find the perfect holiday rental in Montenegro. Our data shows that internet and TVs turn out to be the most commonly offered amenities in Montenegro. Plan your holidays in advance if you want to sweat it out in a sauna or you want a letting with a fireplace. There are only 573 listed properties including saunas and 2,213 rentals providing fireplaces.
Price and Availability Index for Montenegro
Holiday Letting Price Information in Montenegro
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Montenegro. The most expensive prices are in July (24/07 - 31/07). Prices reach an average of £81 per night. The cheapest week is in January (30/01 - 06/02). Prices fall to an average of £54 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Montenegro
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Montenegro. It is in January that you will find the week with the fewest available holiday lettings (01/01 - 08/01). In contrast, only 4% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in August (21/08 - 28/08).
Montenegro holiday lettings, unspoiled nature and city life in Europe
Enjoy varied and beautiful natural surroundings, gorgeous beaches and a wealth of culture in Montenegro. Rent your own house the coast of the Budva Riviera, the Northern Mountains, or an apartment the capital Podgorica in the centre. Wherever you book your holiday letting , there’s a huge range of activities to enjoy in this picturesque European country.
Enjoying Montenegrin cuisine and fine wines
It’s worth exploring the range of local cuisine when staying in Montenegro. It’s decidedly Southern European with a pronounced Italian influence focused on breads, cured meats and delicious light stews.
Mixed with this are influences from Turkey and the surrounding Balkan countries, which together make for delicious dishes. Lamb is a popular ingredient in many main courses, as well as seafood such as squid and mussels.
Montenegro is an excellent wine-producing nation with several unique grape varieties, making for a delightful visit for wine connoisseurs. Krstač grapes are used to make rich whites, while Vranac is specially produced for distinctive dry reds.
The climate of Montenegro
Montenegro holiday homes allow you to enjoy excellent weather, particularly towards the south where you’ll find many of the nation’s best beaches. The most popular include Jaz and Saint Nikola Island, with their white rolling sands and excellent nearby camping spots. The latter is accessible a short distance from the mainland and is a paradisical spot with three beaches to enjoy.
Central Montenegro, including Podgorica, also enjoys some of the country’s best weather. Summers are reliably hot and are excellent for exploring the beautiful city and its surroundings. The Morača River that runs through Podgorica is a popular swimming spot with pretty tree-lined banks.
The northern mountains of the country are snowy for much of the year. They're home to excellent ski resorts such as Durmitor, a sprawling national park with majestic forests. Žabljak is another popular ski town that’s also great for exploring nearby lakes by foot. Rent a holiday home in town and you'll be on the slopes or hiking trails in no time.
Sightseeing and day trips in Podgorica and beyond
In the capital, enjoy excellent shopping and dining options. Hercegovačka is one local hotspot, a pedestrianised street in the city centre. You can also explore the city’s unique Old Turkish Town, with a range of sights including mosques and idyllic parks with bridges and waterways.
Many visitors to Montenegro also head to the Budva Riviera, just an hour’s drive from the capital. Highlights here include the Bay of Kotor, a medieval town with historic interest in addition to its fantastic beach.
As well as the Riviera in general, the town of Budva itself is an idyllic setting with a distinctive Southern European flair. Its central street includes a lively nightlife spot or more relaxed experiences at the cafés and restaurants lining the bay.
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