Eco-Friendly Tiny House with Views of the Adriatic Sea on Boka Bay, MontenegroKotor, Kotor (Montenegro) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This eco-friendly tiny house sits in a vibrant, green meadow overlooking Boka Bay and the Adriatic Sea, in Montenegro. The tiny house can sleep a maximum of four guests, with one bedroom with a double bed and a pull-out couch in the living area for another two guests. In such a great location, guests will hardly want to spend any time inside, but when they are home, they will find the space totally equipped to handle anything they might need. There is a kitchenette with a two-burner stove, a microwave, a mini fridge, and a sink. Outside, guests have some patio furniture where they can enjoy a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine before dinner. There is also a dart board outside for some friendly competition. Read More
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Non smoking
- Queen bed
- Radio/Stereo system
- Running water
- Towels provided
This property provides towels and linens for guests. There is Wi-Fi available throughout the entire property. Bikes are also available for guests to use.Read More
Pets are welcome at this property, at no additional fee.
Location + Surroundings
Montenegro is a small, Balkan country in Eastern Europe with a rich history and even richer landscape. Rugged mountains, medieval villages, and secluded, sandy beaches along the Adriatic Sea give Montenegro its character and charm that wins the hearts of travelers. Along the coast, on Boka Bay, glampers will find this eco-friendly glamping property. Boka Bay is frequently referred to as the southernmost fjord in Europe, but in reality, it is a drowned river canyon. The mountains that hug the coastline protect the bay from the open sea and cold weather from the north, allowing an abundance of Mediterranean vegetation to cover the hills—agave, palm, mimosa, oleander, kiwi, pomegranate all flourish in the mountains here. In the hills of Boka Bay, guests will find this glamping property in an area called Kotor. Kotor is a UNESCO walled city, an old coastal and cultural center of the region. Guests can spend their Balkan getaway exploring the rocky Adriatic coast, ancient walled cities, and experiencing the local culture. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
Guests can arrange groceries to be delivered to the property or hire a car through the host.
- Bird watching
- Wildlife viewing
Guests here will find themselves centrally located between the rugged mountains and the Adriatic coast, with the possibility of both a beach and mountain getaway. To start, the property lies just above the Solila Nature Preserve in Tivat. This local attraction is an untouched oasis providing shelter to an abundance of rare bird species in Europe, including flamingos and cormorants. The nature preserve has really brought eco-tourism to the area and is a great place to go biking or take a hike to explore the landscape. In the opposite direction, moving into the mountains only about 10 kilometers away from the property also lies the Lovcen National Park, which is another great place to go hiking, with a slightly more rugged terrain. In the summer, when the Balkan sun is shining, guests have easy access to a handful of stunning beaches on the Adriatic. Two popular beaches are Jaz Beach, Bigova Village Beach, and Mogren Beach.