Boat trips

Lesendro

Lesendro on Skadarsko lake in Montenegro was XIX century fortification, 27km away from Podgorica. Originaly Lesendro was situated on island , but now it is peninsula. Lesendro was under Montenegrian and Ottoman administration.

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Karuč

Upon arrival at the shore the visitor is encouraged to take a little walk up the hill and turn left down the pathway trough the thick brush and rocks, upon which a clearing can be seen popularly used for barbequing and family time. Behind this clearing, thru some more rocks, the ruins of the old …

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Rijeka Crnojevica

It is part of Old Royal Capital Cetinje. The Ottomans captured Žabljak Crnojevića in 1478 after they defeated main army of Ivan Crnojević late in 1477 or early 1478. Ivan moved his seat to Obod (fortified by him in 1475 which was soon renamed to Rijeka Crnojevića and became a new capital of his state. …

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Discover Grmožur

Grmozur is a little rocky island on Lake Skadar near Vranjina village. The residents of Crmnica village once called it “Snake Island” and ornithologists today call it “Bird island”. However, this island is best known for the prison, built by decree of Prince Nicholas, which is also known as “Montenegrin Alcatraz.”

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