Kotor

Huma Beachfront Villa

Villa in Dobrota (Kotor Area), Bay of Kotor
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In the same Resort

Overview

6 guests
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
198 m2
Free Wi-Fi

The first floor consists master room with a king bed and private bathroom and two bedrooms with double beds. Each bedroom provides linens, wardrobe closets, and baby cots on demand

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Amenities & Facilities

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Beds & Bath

First Floor

Master Bedroom

King bed

Bedroom

Double bed

Bedroom

Double bed

Amenities

Location & Area

See the map below for exact location of your villa, access roads and the nearby attractions.

Distances

Nearest Airport
Tivat Airport
13.0 km
Podgorica Airport 40.8km
City Center
Kotor Old Town
3.1 km

Kotor

Tivat Airport

Tivat Airport (SerbianАеродром ТиватromanizedAerodrom Tivat) (IATATIVICAOLYTV) is an international airport serving the Montenegrin coastal town of Tivat and the surrounding region.

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Birmingham, United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom
Berlin, Germany
Berlin, Germany

Podgorica Airport

Podgorica Airport (also known as Golubovci Airport; IATA: TGD, ICAO: LYPG) is located in Golubovci, 12 km south of the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica.

Airport website
Departure Airport Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
Nikola Tesla, Belgrade, Serbia
Istanbul Airport, Turkey

Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik International Airport (IATA: DBV, ICAO: LDDU) is one of the largest international airports in Croatia. The airport is located in Čilipi, 13 km south of the old town of Dubrovnik.

Airport website
Departure Airport Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
Franjo Tuđman - Zagreb, Croatia
Istanbul, Turkey
Barcelona, Spain

Tirana Airport

Mother Teresa Tirana International Airport (IATA: TIA, ICAO: LATI) . It is the largest and only international airport in Albania.

Airport website
Departure Airport Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
Vienna, Austria
Nikola Tesla- Belgrade, Serbia

Good to Know

Now the Good (and there is plenty of it)

  • Regardless of time of year, this is one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline there can be, with in-numerable opportunities to be in a setting usually only seen in the holiday brochures. Ice blue seas, sandy coves set into the mountains, providing a contrast of geography that must be very unusual.
  • The locals are wonderful. Despite any language barriers they will put themselves out to help and the overall service standards are above the norm.
  • Away from the coast there are any number of gems to be un-earthed, wether relating to Montenegro's military history (it is a fascinating tale of the little guy beating off bigger and stronger armies over many centuries), religious past (surely a world record for the most monasteries in in-accessible places) or natural wonders such as Skadar Lake. Anyone going for just a 'beach holiday' will surely be missing out.
  • Despite the rapid development you can still find gems such as Przno, where you can sit and sample  wonderful seafood at a table overlooking a beautiful little harbour.
  • Like all holiday resorts, if you make an effort to move away from the main centres it soon becomes possible to enjoy the beach, if not in isolation, then in relative peace without the issues of overcrowding. All the beaches have at least one Greek style Taverna, where you sit in the shade, sip a cooling drink and curse the inevitability of having to return to work!
  • If you like seafood you have come to the right place. You may not know what you are eating (the Montengrins do not seem to have agreed on single species names and the same fish could have a different name in two restaurants adjoining each other), but you will be presented with a fantastic choice of fresh fish, able to choose the one you would like cooked. They charge by weight and categorise as to rarity, so you could spend quite a lot in theory. In practice you can eat like a king, enjoy the excellent locak Vranac (red) or Krstac (white) wines for an average of less than €10 per head.
  • Service levels are almost without fail better than average and the waiters will be keen to advise you on the days fresh or special dishes, without fear of you being ripped off.
  • Prices are relatively very cheap (although is sure to change soon). It is mostly a cash society, relatively few retaurants, shops, even petrol stations take Visa or other cards. There are howevr, plenty of cash machines in the main centres such as Budva, and these are ever increasing, as no doubt will the use of cards as more western europeans start to visit.
  • Finally, this a beautiful country with wonderful people but there is fear for its future as they chase the tourist dollar. It is arrogant to deny the local people the opportunity to cash in on their heritage, but hopefully that the heritage is not lost in a desperate trample to grasp a golden future.

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Grocery Delivery- per booking
Room Service- per booking / guest
Car rental- per booking
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Accommodation Policy

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  • Check-in: 15:00 h
  • Check-out: 10:00 h
  • Max guests: 6
  • Pets: Not Allowed
  • Smoking: Not Allowed
  • Large Gatherings: Not Allowed

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