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GREAT BASE IN THE BAY OF KOTOR

Located at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, Igalo offers a serene retreat among the area’s stunning natural beauty. The central area of Igalo Beach is backed by Tito’s Villa Galeb, the old summer residence of the former leader of Yugoslavia, Josip Tito, and now a museum. Beachfront restaurants, sun lounger rentals, and vibrant beach bars add to the holiday vibes here.

Known for its mineral-rich mud and water, Igalo is a popular destination for health and wellness seekers. Relax and rejuvenate at one of the town’s renowned spa resorts, where you can indulge in mud baths, thermal treatments, and therapeutic massages.

Take time to explore the charming waterfront promenade, lined with cafés, restaurants, and shops, offering panoramic views of the bay and surrounding mountains. If you’re into your history, you’ll appreciate a visit to the nearby town of Herceg Novi, known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and ancient fortresses.

If you fancy getting out into nature, Igalo has great opportunities for hiking, cycling, and water sports along the scenic coastline. Whether you want total relaxation, cultural immersion, or outdoor adventure, Igalo promises a unique experience in the heart of Montenegro’s Adriatic coast.

 

YOUR IGALO QUESTIONS, ANSWERED

Fly direct to Tivat in two hours and 50 minutes with easyJet. From Tivat Airport, it’s just over an hour’s drive to Igalo, passing through scenic coastal roads.
 
Igalo gets more than 200 days a year of sun, and the beach season lasts for five months. May to September are great months to visit for long, warm days on the beach.
The town lies on the slope of the Orien massif, on the border between Montenegro and Croatia. Igalo is close to Herceg Novi, connected by a tree-lined boulevard.
 

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