Mamula Island, Bay of Kotor

Mamula Island, Bay of Kotor: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Kotor: Blue Cave and Bay of Kotor Day Trip by Boat

1. From Kotor: Blue Cave and Bay of Kotor Day Trip by Boat

A boat tour is a fun and exciting way to explore a new place. During a boat tour, guests are taken on a boat ride to see the sights and learn about the history and culture of the area. Tour will start from Kotor, and first place which we will visit Panoramicly is a Old town Perast. Perast is a popular tourist destination and is known for its many historic buildings, including the Church of St. Nicholas and Perast Museum. The town was an important trading center in the past and has a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages. It is known for its Venetian-style architecture and its two small islands, St. George and Our Lady of the Rocks. We will stop at Lady of the Rocks for 20min. The island is known for its beautiful church, the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks, which was built in the 15th century and you can visit it for free. The island is also home to a museum that contains a collection of maritime artifacts and paintings. Here you can take some amazing photos and have unforgettable experience. Our third place which will be visited is Submarine Base from Yugoslavian Wars which was secretly built for Yugoslavian army by Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito. We will enter the Base by boat, and skipper will share historical information and explanation about the base. Next location to be visited Panoramicly is Mamula Prison. It is a former maximum-security prison similar to "Alcatraz. It was built in the 19th century as a military base and it was used as a prison during a 2nd world war by Italians. The prison is now abandoned and has gained a reputation as a haunted location. Some people have reported hearing strange noises and seeing ghostly apparitions within its walls. After Mamula Prison our last attraction is a Blue Cave. It is a natural sea cave which is known for its unique blue light effect, which is created by sunlight reflecting off the white sandy bottom of the cave and through the crystal clear water. Visitors can only access the cave by boat, and it is a popular destination for tourists and boating enthusiasts. The cave is big, with a narrow entrance that opens up into a larger chamber. Inside, the water is a deep blue color, and the cave walls are smooth and shiny. The Blue Cave is a beautiful and awe-inspiring natural wonder. We will stop here for 30min so you can take a swim, relax and enjoy a magic of this place. ***A knowledgeable guide will provide information and explanations about the places the boat passes, giving visitors a deeper understanding and appreciation of the area. Whether you are a local or a visitor, a boat tour is a great way to spend a day out on the water.

Kotor: Blue Cave, Our Lady of the Rocks and Mamula Boat Tour

2. Kotor: Blue Cave, Our Lady of the Rocks and Mamula Boat Tour

Embark on a captivating boat excursion to explore the renowned attractions of Boka Bay. Witness the awe-inspiring Our Lady of the Rocks, take a refreshing swim in the Blue Cave, and delve into the secret caves once-concealing submarines. Begin your maritime journey with a visit to Our Lady of the Rocks, a church perched on an artificially crafted island. Uncover the tale of the two brothers who discovered a Madonna and Child painting, leading to the construction of the church on the very spot where the painting was found. Navigate through the picturesque Verige Straits along the Herceg Novi Rivera, and sail beyond the bay to catch sight of Mamula Island, a historic WWII-era prison. Trace the coastline of the Lustica Peninsula to reach the enchanting Blue Cave, where you can relish the opportunity to swim in its crystal-clear waters. On the return trip to Kotor, explore the caves once utilized for concealing submarines by the army. This boat tour promises a blend of natural wonders, historical narratives, and the chance to experience the captivating aquatic beauty of Boka Bay.

Kotor: Boat Cruise with Blue Cave Swim and Submarine Base

3. Kotor: Boat Cruise with Blue Cave Swim and Submarine Base

Travel to the top sights in the Bay of Kotor on this speedboat cruise from Kotor. Enjoy access to a fridge onboard and listen to music as you sail across the water at thrilling speeds. Stay connected with onboard Wi-Fi. Meet your guide at the tour agency and head to the speedboat in Kotor. Admire panoramic views of charming coastal towns like Perast, Tivat, Porto Montenegro, and Herceg Novi. Stop near the entrances to the abandoned submarine tunnels, which were built by the Yugoslav Army. Continue to the island of Mamula where you will see the fortress of Mamula which was converted into a concentration camp by the Italians in World War II. Hear about the history of the island from your local skipper. Feel the wind in your hair on the way to the Blue Lagoon where you can enjoy swimming and diving in the azure waters. Use the snorkeling mask to explore the underwater landscapes of the cave. Sail to the Our Lady of the Rocks island, which was created by local fishermen in the 15th-century. Have the chance to purchase a ticket to enter the Our Lady of the Rocks Church which contains 68 famous paintings by Tripo Kokolja, a famous 17th-century baroque artist from Perast. Return to your starting point in Kotor at the end of your cruise.

From Kotor, Budva, Tivat or Herceg Novi: Boka Bay Day Cruise

4. From Kotor, Budva, Tivat or Herceg Novi: Boka Bay Day Cruise

Discover the Bay of Kotor on an 8-hour cruise. Learn about the region's history and explore the natural landscapes. Visit a former prison sail around the bay, and swim in crystalline waters. Begin your excursion in Kotor, Budva, or Tivat. From here, your first stop of the day will be Bijela, where you will get the chance to have a refreshing swim. Visit the church and museum on the island before heading to the Blue Cave. Along the way, pass the entire length of UNESCO-protected Kotor Bay, before finally reaching the open sea. At the very entrance of Boka Bay, see the former fortified prison and concentration camp, Mamula. Circulate the island by boat to observe the wild interlace of history and nature. Then sail out until you reach the Blue Cave. Take a break at Porto Montenegro for lunch and explore the picturesque town. Then, sail back to Kotor, with another swimming break at the deep waters of the bay. Change into dry clothes and visit the church at the island Our Lady of the Rock. During the return trip, enjoy views of majestic mountains, caves, beaches, and historical sites.

Kotor: Speedboat Tour to Blue Cave and Our Lady of the Rocks

5. Kotor: Speedboat Tour to Blue Cave and Our Lady of the Rocks

We start with a captivating trip along the waters of Kotor Bay, enabling our guests to examine its magnificent coastline, which is adorned with multiple ancient fishermen's villages, lavishing vegetation, and other natural and architectural wonders. a nice dip inside the Blue Cave, a natural phenomenon that's been created by waves crashing for thousands of years at the Lustica peninsula. We will make a brief stop next to Mamula Island, on which the prison was made in 1853. We continue to one of the three submarine tunnels used during the Second World War to hide and repair submarines. And at the end, we will see the island of Our lady of the rocks. This is a man-made islet, built upon a crag that bore the icon of the Holy Mother Mary. We'll make sure that you have the best possible time with us and bring home amazing memories!

Kotor: Blue Cave and Lady of the Rocks Boat Tour

6. Kotor: Blue Cave and Lady of the Rocks Boat Tour

Begin the tour at the city park near Kotor’s port, 200 m from Old Town’s main gate. Meet your friendly skipper and get seated safely and comfortably for what’s meant to be a captivating trip throughout the Bay of Kotor. Stop first in the middle of Boka Bay, which bears the name of the church that’s settled on it – Our Lady of the Rocks. Stay on the island for 20 minutes, where you have enough time to do a walk around the island, see the church, and take great pictures with a beautiful view of the entire bay. Travel to the submarine tunnels, mysterious tunnels that were used to hide submarines during the Second World War. Hear more about the history of the war and the tunnels themselves. Move on to Mamula Island, which was a prison during World War II. The story you will hear from the skipper will be remembered for the rest of your life. Continue the tour with a stop at Blue Cave, one of the most famous attractions in Montenegro. Go swimming, diving with provided equipment, or cliff jumping in the incredible blue crystal clear water. Cruise to a small picturesque town called Perast. Admire its Baroque architecture, historic palazzos, Catholic churches, and defensive towers, this Unesco World Heritage site will catapult your senses into the ancient times of this place. Explore the Old Town, which is packed with history, attractions, and indulgent experiences that visitors will cherish for many years to come.

From Budva: Day Cruise to Boka Bay

7. From Budva: Day Cruise to Boka Bay

Journey along Montenegro's Adriatic coast on an unforgettable Boka Bay day cruise trip. Discover this enchanting region's breathtaking beauty, rich history, and captivating culture, with plenty of opportunities to relax, explore, and immerse yourself in the stunning surroundings. Begin your adventure from Budva toward Zanjice Beach. Pass by some of the most beautiful beaches in the area, such as Jaz and Ploce. Explore the Blue Cave or take a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear waters of Zanjice Beach before setting sail towards Mamula Island. As you cruise through the Bay of Kotor, savor an onboard lunch while taking in breathtaking views. Next, explore the historic town of Herceg Novi on a walking tour, with plenty of time to swim in the water and relax in the area's charming atmosphere. The trip continues past the Porto Novi Marina, the shipyards, and the Verige Strait before arriving at the beautiful island of Our Lady of the Rocks. Set anchor and visit the iconic church and museum to learn about the legends and history behind this historic landmark. As the day winds down, hop back on board for a scenic boat ride through Boka Bay. Cruise by the charming town of Perast before arriving at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kotor. Explore the old town's narrow streets, beautiful squares, and historical landmarks on a walking tour. Finally, return to Budva by bus, taking in sweeping views of the Bay of Kotor one last time.

Tivat: Bay of Kotor Boat Tour w/ Our Lady of the Rocks Visit

8. Tivat: Bay of Kotor Boat Tour w/ Our Lady of the Rocks Visit

Admire the beauty of the Bay of Kotor on a boat trip departing from Tivat. Enjoy the views of the bay's mountains, cliffs, and shimmering blue waters, with stops at Our Lady of the Rocks, the Blue Cave, and the old town areas of Herceg Novi. Depart from Tivat in the morning and enjoy a panoramic view of the largest port for mega yachts in southern Europe, Porto Montenegro. Relax onboard the boat which is equipped with sundecks, showers, and a bar where you can purchase drinks and snacks. Head to the city of Kotor, there will be just a short stop there to pick up the guide and tourist group. After Kotor, cruise past the town of Perast before stopping on the artificial island, Our Lady of the Rocks. Here, visit the Catholic Church of the same name, where you will see the miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary from the 15th century, the most venerated patron saint of Boka sailors. During the next part of the cruise, you can enjoy lunch onboard the boat before arriving at the Mirište lagoon. During this stop, you can visit the famous Blue Cave which has a variety of vibrant blue and green colors. On the way to the Blue Cave, pass by the famous fishing village of Rose and the fortress of Mamula, a mysterious landmark of Montenegro with unique architecture. Finally, travel towards the city of Herceg Novi. Walk with your guide to the old town area and discover the fortresses of Forte Mare, Kanli Kula, and Španjola. After Herceg Novi, set off on the return journey to Tivat, passing Saint Marco Island on the way, the largest in the area.

Kotor Bay and Blue Cave Speed Boat Tour With Free Drinks

9. Kotor Bay and Blue Cave Speed Boat Tour With Free Drinks

High standards protect you from low quality experiance! Join us for an amazing 3 hours tour and explore hidden gems of Kotor Bay. Starting from Park Slobode you will enjoy amazing views from the boat of our beautiful bay. See old churches, palaces on our way to Perast which is protected by Unesco. Take some amazing photos of this legendary city. Our first stop will be on the Island Our Lady of The Rocks and you will hear story how this island was made. We will continue our trip through Verige channel and you will see luxury marina Porto Montenegro and Porto Novi. We will show you abandoned tunnels where submarines were hidden. We will pass by Mamula Island which was ex prison something like Montenegrian Alcatraz. Enjoy swimming in the crystal clear water of the Blue Cave and drink cold Montenegrian beer after that.

Kotor: The Great Blue Cave Adventure Speedboat Tour

10. Kotor: The Great Blue Cave Adventure Speedboat Tour

Starting from the heart of the town Park Slobode on our way to the Blue Cave, you will enjoy magnificent views of the entire coast of Kotor Bay After 50 minutes ride you will be mesmerized by the out-of-the-world shades of blue in the famous Cave. Here you will have enough time for swimming and snorkeling and of course, capturing on camera this unforgettable experience. After a good swim, you will explore an abandoned Submarine tunnel, used in WWII as a secret shelter where ships could hide. Your Captain will tell you all about the places you visit, their history, and anecdotes. You will pass by Lastavica Island where Mamula fortress is situated. Another significant piece of this country's history, Mamula was a prison for cruelest of the criminals. Surrounded by sea from every side, escaping the prison was literally impossible. Next, you will head back towards Kotor Bay, where you will visit the most beautiful gem of Montenegro - Lady of the Rocks Island. Prepare yourself to be enchanted by this 3000m2, artificial island. Make sure to visit the church and the museum where you will hear the origin story of this magical place. When you finished exploring the island we will head back to Kotor and disembark at your starting point.

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Mamula Island, Bay of Kotor: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Kotor: Blue Cave and Bay of Kotor Day Trip by Boat

From Kotor: Blue Cave and Bay of Kotor Day Trip by Boat

A boat tour is a fun and exciting way to explore a new place. During a boat tour, guests are taken on a boat ride to see the sights and learn about the history and culture of the area. Tour will start from Kotor, and first place which we will visit Panoramicly is a Old town Perast. Perast is a popular tourist destination and is known for its many historic buildings, including the Church of St. Nicholas and Perast Museum. The town was an important trading center in the past and has a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages. It is known for its Venetian-style architecture and its two small islands, St. George and Our Lady of the Rocks. We will stop at Lady of the Rocks for 20min. The island is known for its beautiful church, the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks, which was built in the 15th century and you can visit it for free. The island is also home to a museum that contains a collection of maritime artifacts and paintings. Here you can take some amazing photos and have unforgettable experience. Our third place which will be visited is Submarine Base from Yugoslavian Wars which was secretly built for Yugoslavian army by Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito. We will enter the Base by boat, and skipper will share historical information and explanation about the base. Next location to be visited Panoramicly is Mamula Prison. It is a former maximum-security prison similar to "Alcatraz. It was built in the 19th century as a military base and it was used as a prison during a 2nd world war by Italians. The prison is now abandoned and has gained a reputation as a haunted location. Some people have reported hearing strange noises and seeing ghostly apparitions within its walls. After Mamula Prison our last attraction is a Blue Cave. It is a natural sea cave which is known for its unique blue light effect, which is created by sunlight reflecting off the white sandy bottom of the cave and through the crystal clear water. Visitors can only access the cave by boat, and it is a popular destination for tourists and boating enthusiasts. The cave is big, with a narrow entrance that opens up into a larger chamber. Inside, the water is a deep blue color, and the cave walls are smooth and shiny. The Blue Cave is a beautiful and awe-inspiring natural wonder. We will stop here for 30min so you can take a swim, relax and enjoy a magic of this place. ***A knowledgeable guide will provide information and explanations about the places the boat passes, giving visitors a deeper understanding and appreciation of the area. Whether you are a local or a visitor, a boat tour is a great way to spend a day out on the water.

Kotor: Blue Cave, Our Lady of the Rocks and Mamula Boat Tour

Kotor: Blue Cave, Our Lady of the Rocks and Mamula Boat Tour

Embark on a captivating boat excursion to explore the renowned attractions of Boka Bay. Witness the awe-inspiring Our Lady of the Rocks, take a refreshing swim in the Blue Cave, and delve into the secret caves once-concealing submarines. Begin your maritime journey with a visit to Our Lady of the Rocks, a church perched on an artificially crafted island. Uncover the tale of the two brothers who discovered a Madonna and Child painting, leading to the construction of the church on the very spot where the painting was found. Navigate through the picturesque Verige Straits along the Herceg Novi Rivera, and sail beyond the bay to catch sight of Mamula Island, a historic WWII-era prison. Trace the coastline of the Lustica Peninsula to reach the enchanting Blue Cave, where you can relish the opportunity to swim in its crystal-clear waters. On the return trip to Kotor, explore the caves once utilized for concealing submarines by the army. This boat tour promises a blend of natural wonders, historical narratives, and the chance to experience the captivating aquatic beauty of Boka Bay.

Kotor: Boat Cruise with Blue Cave Swim and Submarine Base

Kotor: Boat Cruise with Blue Cave Swim and Submarine Base

Travel to the top sights in the Bay of Kotor on this speedboat cruise from Kotor. Enjoy access to a fridge onboard and listen to music as you sail across the water at thrilling speeds. Stay connected with onboard Wi-Fi. Meet your guide at the tour agency and head to the speedboat in Kotor. Admire panoramic views of charming coastal towns like Perast, Tivat, Porto Montenegro, and Herceg Novi. Stop near the entrances to the abandoned submarine tunnels, which were built by the Yugoslav Army. Continue to the island of Mamula where you will see the fortress of Mamula which was converted into a concentration camp by the Italians in World War II. Hear about the history of the island from your local skipper. Feel the wind in your hair on the way to the Blue Lagoon where you can enjoy swimming and diving in the azure waters. Use the snorkeling mask to explore the underwater landscapes of the cave. Sail to the Our Lady of the Rocks island, which was created by local fishermen in the 15th-century. Have the chance to purchase a ticket to enter the Our Lady of the Rocks Church which contains 68 famous paintings by Tripo Kokolja, a famous 17th-century baroque artist from Perast. Return to your starting point in Kotor at the end of your cruise.

From Kotor, Budva, Tivat or Herceg Novi: Boka Bay Day Cruise

From Kotor, Budva, Tivat or Herceg Novi: Boka Bay Day Cruise

Discover the Bay of Kotor on an 8-hour cruise. Learn about the region's history and explore the natural landscapes. Visit a former prison sail around the bay, and swim in crystalline waters. Begin your excursion in Kotor, Budva, or Tivat. From here, your first stop of the day will be Bijela, where you will get the chance to have a refreshing swim. Visit the church and museum on the island before heading to the Blue Cave. Along the way, pass the entire length of UNESCO-protected Kotor Bay, before finally reaching the open sea. At the very entrance of Boka Bay, see the former fortified prison and concentration camp, Mamula. Circulate the island by boat to observe the wild interlace of history and nature. Then sail out until you reach the Blue Cave. Take a break at Porto Montenegro for lunch and explore the picturesque town. Then, sail back to Kotor, with another swimming break at the deep waters of the bay. Change into dry clothes and visit the church at the island Our Lady of the Rock. During the return trip, enjoy views of majestic mountains, caves, beaches, and historical sites.

Kotor: Speedboat Tour to Blue Cave and Our Lady of the Rocks

Kotor: Speedboat Tour to Blue Cave and Our Lady of the Rocks

We start with a captivating trip along the waters of Kotor Bay, enabling our guests to examine its magnificent coastline, which is adorned with multiple ancient fishermen's villages, lavishing vegetation, and other natural and architectural wonders. a nice dip inside the Blue Cave, a natural phenomenon that's been created by waves crashing for thousands of years at the Lustica peninsula. We will make a brief stop next to Mamula Island, on which the prison was made in 1853. We continue to one of the three submarine tunnels used during the Second World War to hide and repair submarines. And at the end, we will see the island of Our lady of the rocks. This is a man-made islet, built upon a crag that bore the icon of the Holy Mother Mary. We'll make sure that you have the best possible time with us and bring home amazing memories!

Kotor: Blue Cave and Lady of the Rocks Boat Tour

Kotor: Blue Cave and Lady of the Rocks Boat Tour

Begin the tour at the city park near Kotor’s port, 200 m from Old Town’s main gate. Meet your friendly skipper and get seated safely and comfortably for what’s meant to be a captivating trip throughout the Bay of Kotor. Stop first in the middle of Boka Bay, which bears the name of the church that’s settled on it – Our Lady of the Rocks. Stay on the island for 20 minutes, where you have enough time to do a walk around the island, see the church, and take great pictures with a beautiful view of the entire bay. Travel to the submarine tunnels, mysterious tunnels that were used to hide submarines during the Second World War. Hear more about the history of the war and the tunnels themselves. Move on to Mamula Island, which was a prison during World War II. The story you will hear from the skipper will be remembered for the rest of your life. Continue the tour with a stop at Blue Cave, one of the most famous attractions in Montenegro. Go swimming, diving with provided equipment, or cliff jumping in the incredible blue crystal clear water. Cruise to a small picturesque town called Perast. Admire its Baroque architecture, historic palazzos, Catholic churches, and defensive towers, this Unesco World Heritage site will catapult your senses into the ancient times of this place. Explore the Old Town, which is packed with history, attractions, and indulgent experiences that visitors will cherish for many years to come.

From Budva: Day Cruise to Boka Bay

From Budva: Day Cruise to Boka Bay

Journey along Montenegro's Adriatic coast on an unforgettable Boka Bay day cruise trip. Discover this enchanting region's breathtaking beauty, rich history, and captivating culture, with plenty of opportunities to relax, explore, and immerse yourself in the stunning surroundings. Begin your adventure from Budva toward Zanjice Beach. Pass by some of the most beautiful beaches in the area, such as Jaz and Ploce. Explore the Blue Cave or take a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear waters of Zanjice Beach before setting sail towards Mamula Island. As you cruise through the Bay of Kotor, savor an onboard lunch while taking in breathtaking views. Next, explore the historic town of Herceg Novi on a walking tour, with plenty of time to swim in the water and relax in the area's charming atmosphere. The trip continues past the Porto Novi Marina, the shipyards, and the Verige Strait before arriving at the beautiful island of Our Lady of the Rocks. Set anchor and visit the iconic church and museum to learn about the legends and history behind this historic landmark. As the day winds down, hop back on board for a scenic boat ride through Boka Bay. Cruise by the charming town of Perast before arriving at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kotor. Explore the old town's narrow streets, beautiful squares, and historical landmarks on a walking tour. Finally, return to Budva by bus, taking in sweeping views of the Bay of Kotor one last time.

Tivat: Bay of Kotor Boat Tour w/ Our Lady of the Rocks Visit

Tivat: Bay of Kotor Boat Tour w/ Our Lady of the Rocks Visit

Admire the beauty of the Bay of Kotor on a boat trip departing from Tivat. Enjoy the views of the bay's mountains, cliffs, and shimmering blue waters, with stops at Our Lady of the Rocks, the Blue Cave, and the old town areas of Herceg Novi. Depart from Tivat in the morning and enjoy a panoramic view of the largest port for mega yachts in southern Europe, Porto Montenegro. Relax onboard the boat which is equipped with sundecks, showers, and a bar where you can purchase drinks and snacks. Head to the city of Kotor, there will be just a short stop there to pick up the guide and tourist group. After Kotor, cruise past the town of Perast before stopping on the artificial island, Our Lady of the Rocks. Here, visit the Catholic Church of the same name, where you will see the miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary from the 15th century, the most venerated patron saint of Boka sailors. During the next part of the cruise, you can enjoy lunch onboard the boat before arriving at the Mirište lagoon. During this stop, you can visit the famous Blue Cave which has a variety of vibrant blue and green colors. On the way to the Blue Cave, pass by the famous fishing village of Rose and the fortress of Mamula, a mysterious landmark of Montenegro with unique architecture. Finally, travel towards the city of Herceg Novi. Walk with your guide to the old town area and discover the fortresses of Forte Mare, Kanli Kula, and Španjola. After Herceg Novi, set off on the return journey to Tivat, passing Saint Marco Island on the way, the largest in the area.

Kotor Bay and Blue Cave Speed Boat Tour With Free Drinks

Kotor Bay and Blue Cave Speed Boat Tour With Free Drinks

High standards protect you from low quality experiance! Join us for an amazing 3 hours tour and explore hidden gems of Kotor Bay. Starting from Park Slobode you will enjoy amazing views from the boat of our beautiful bay. See old churches, palaces on our way to Perast which is protected by Unesco. Take some amazing photos of this legendary city. Our first stop will be on the Island Our Lady of The Rocks and you will hear story how this island was made. We will continue our trip through Verige channel and you will see luxury marina Porto Montenegro and Porto Novi. We will show you abandoned tunnels where submarines were hidden. We will pass by Mamula Island which was ex prison something like Montenegrian Alcatraz. Enjoy swimming in the crystal clear water of the Blue Cave and drink cold Montenegrian beer after that.

Kotor: The Great Blue Cave Adventure Speedboat Tour

Kotor: The Great Blue Cave Adventure Speedboat Tour

Starting from the heart of the town Park Slobode on our way to the Blue Cave, you will enjoy magnificent views of the entire coast of Kotor Bay After 50 minutes ride you will be mesmerized by the out-of-the-world shades of blue in the famous Cave. Here you will have enough time for swimming and snorkeling and of course, capturing on camera this unforgettable experience. After a good swim, you will explore an abandoned Submarine tunnel, used in WWII as a secret shelter where ships could hide. Your Captain will tell you all about the places you visit, their history, and anecdotes. You will pass by Lastavica Island where Mamula fortress is situated. Another significant piece of this country's history, Mamula was a prison for cruelest of the criminals. Surrounded by sea from every side, escaping the prison was literally impossible. Next, you will head back towards Kotor Bay, where you will visit the most beautiful gem of Montenegro - Lady of the Rocks Island. Prepare yourself to be enchanted by this 3000m2, artificial island. Make sure to visit the church and the museum where you will hear the origin story of this magical place. When you finished exploring the island we will head back to Kotor and disembark at your starting point.

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What people are saying about Mamula Island, Bay of Kotor

Overall rating

4.7
(858 reviews)

Alex was awesome. Took us to all the great spots. He often stopped the boat, gave us a cultural lesson about Montenegro. Boat was super comfortable with some awesome tunes to sing along to. Alex's duty of care was unparalleled; he made sure we all had towels, life jackets for swimming and made sure we were always comfortable. Would highly recommend sea dog tours, especially with Alex.

The guide for our trip, Vasco, was really friendly and helpful. His music choices were really good for setting a fun atmosphere.

For me it is the best activity of my stay. 3 hours in the sun, hair in the wind with a good playlist... in short, it was great

Super pleasant and available guide, music on the boat, explorations of the different very interesting tourist sites

Overall, the tour met my expectations. I appreciated the tour guide. However, the tour was a bit too full.