Montenegro is still only a two-hour flight away and is increasingly accessible from the Benelux. Direct flights fly to Dubrovnic, Tivat and Podgorica. The Adriatic coast also seems to be in a revival, with events like the unprecedented popular Yacht Week and gaining populairity because of being used as a film location for the series Game of Thrones. Some high-end developments such as Porto Montenegro, Lustica Bay and Portonovi will help keep the number of tourists not only growing in numbers but also in diversity. Montenegro focuses on the more expensive segment, partly due to fiscal benefits that make the country so attractive to this target group. Major (resort) developments are supported by some highly wealthy foreign investors. Montenegro has the potential and ambition to catch up with popular tourist destinations like Spain and Turkey. They even aim to beat these countries when it comes to luxury & quality. Montenegro offers the quality of the Cote d’Azur and Tuscany at a significantly lower price. Nevertheless, there is still a lot of catching up to do, especially when it comes to taste-sensitive things like interior design. Fortunately, those are simple things to adjust. The location and quality of the various properties we offer through this website is almost always excellent.