Peace and tranquillity that are needed, and yet – close to Budva city, downtown of all entertainment events throughout summer nights is an unprecedented mixture achieved only by Hotel “Poseidon” in Jaz.

Location of Hotel “Poseidon” in Jaz makes it an exceptional choice for peaceful, family vacation, for enjoying the beach and the sea, romantic time off with candles and sunset, but also entertaining and dynamic rest with visits to neighbouring cities and all attractive parts of Montenegro.


Hotel Poseidon is located:

  • 4.5 km from Budva downtown  (old town)
  • 13 km from Tivat and 14 km from Kotor
  • GPS coordinates of Hotel “Poseidon” are: N 42 17.068 E 18 48.436


Hotel “Poseidon” provides transport with favourable pricing for all  guests to and from:

- Airport Tivat, 12€;  

- Airport Dubrovnik, max. 4 persons, 100€;

- Airport Podgorica, max. 4 persons, 45€

-Bus station in Budva, 5€.


Hotel “Poseidon” in Jaz beach, Budva is only 13 km away from international airport in Tivat and 65 km away from international airport in Podgorica. “Poseidon” is also only 63 km distant from international airport Ćilipi (near Dubrovnik), commonly used by European tourists visiting Montenegro.


Montenegro has sea connection to the world. Naval border crossings are located in ports: Bar, Budva, Kotor and Zelenika (Herceg Novi). Ferryboats have regular lines Bar-Bari-Bar and Bar-Ancona-Bar.

Montenegro has railway connection with Serbia. Railway station in Bar is closest to Hotel “Poseidon” (app. 40km away).


Exceptional location of Hotel “Poseidon” in Jaz makes it excellent choice for guests who wish to visit tourist attractions of Montenegro. It is only couple of km away from Budva, most attractive Montenegrin summer destination, and also nearby there is Kotor, city under UNESCO protection with wonderful bay, one of the most beautiful in the world. Out of emblematic and picturesque places in the map of Montenegro we point out Monastery Ostrog, the most important sanctuary in Montenegro, National park Lovćen, with the Museum of Petar II Petrović Njegoš, bishop and notable Montenegrin poet. You will also be attracted to extraordinary beauty of sandy beach at Ada Bojana, Skadar Lake and untamed river Tara, but also mountain Durmitor and one of last preserved rain forests in Europe at National park Biogradska gora.


“I almost cried in front of Montenegrin beauty." Petar Lubarda, one of the greatest Yugoslav painters of 20. century

The first thing that you notice when in plane above Montenegro is how little it takes to replace the view of high, wild mountains of the north with azure of Adriatic Sea. That makes the loveliest charm of this small Balkan country. In only one day you can have your morning coffee at beautiful terrace of Hotel “Poseidon” in Jaz, have lunch accompanied by birds’ song at Skadar Lake and have national specialty for dinner in the slopes of Durmitor.

One of the youngest and smallest countries in the world has rich history, whose first traces are found with ancient Illyrians and Greeks. Numerous cultural-historical monuments, especially along Montenegrin coastline witness early civilizations that fought over these valuable parts.

Nature has been very generous toward Montenegro.

Clear blue sea with endless beaches, untamed rivers, gentle lakes and dignified mountain ranges intertwine in small area and promise unforgettable rest full of surprises and excitement.

Tourist season in Montenegro is divided in winter and summer part, and the trend in last decades is to bring them closer and offer to guests as much attractive content before and after season as possible.

Today’s Montenegro features various manifestations, out of which most part is organized at global level, and most prominent socialites attract increasing number of guests.

Lately, due to global trends, Montenegro experiences development of rural households and eco-tourism, but also extreme sports that are enjoyed by increasing number of tourists.


One of the most ancient Adriatic cities today represents unavoidable tourist destination for guests from all around the world. The city with centuries of culture, sports and entertainment is visited each year by more than half of tourists who come to Montenegro.

Budva, small coastal city of some twenty thousand inhabitants, becomes a real tourist metropolis in summer period, ever since ‘30 of the previous century there are organized tours of visitors searching for mild climate and natural beauties. A former fisherman town is today’s modern tourist centre, a city with open cultural scene, prestigious entertainment and music festivals, and international sports events.

Sandy beach along Budva of some 20 km is treated as one of the most beautiful in Europe. Beaches in Buljarica or Petrovac, Bečići, Slovenska or Jaz beach are some of major reasons that induce guests to spend their vacation in this particular part of Mediterranean.

Budva’s pearl is most certainly Old Town, more than 2.500 years old, treasury of Montenegrin cultural heritage. Narrow streets covered in stone, fortifications that surround it, museums, galleries and sacred objects – treasury that each day in year attracts large amount of visitors.

Squares of Old Town in summer months are transformed into theatre and poet scenes and tourists find attractive numerous workshops with souvenirs and fashionable clothing.

Back part of Budva is an area developed with special care in previous years. Rural estates and buildings with outstanding sea view represent an offer that becomes more and more interesting.

Research shows that Budva is the only Montenegrin “must see” place if you decide to visit this country and stay in it at least for a coffee at the seashore or spend an unforgettable night in some of world’s best disco clubs.




Monastery Ostrog is the biggest and most significant Montenegrin sanctuary. This magnificent Orthodox monastery attracts believers of all denominations and countries for decades now, and all those who wish to find hope, faith and salvage in their pure hearts at this place.   

Monastery Ostrog was founded by Archbishop Vasilije in 17. century. It is located high above Bjelopavlići plain, engraved into rocks and mere look at it causes awe and admiration.

This sanctuary is one of the most visited in Christian world.


Boka bay is one of the most beautiful bays in the world. Mountains reflected in dark blue water of Adriatic Sea surround it. Entrance to Bokokotorski bay often provokes thrill among tourists of numerous ships from around the world – cruisers that enter Kotor, a city whose cultural heritage is under UNESCO protection.

Around Boka bay there is quite a number of small cities and places, different and particular, but unique in recognizable Mediterranean architecture and vegetation.


Lovćen is not the highest, but is certainly the most significant Montenegrin Mountain, due to its important role in the history of Montenegrin nation. At the summit of a mountain that rises above Kotor from one side, and above Cetinje from the other, at almost 1.700m of altitude, a Museum of Petar II Petrović Njegoš is placed, Montenegrin bishop and most significant poet. Museum is unavoidable excursion site for all tourists who visit Montenegro, together with friendly settlement Njeguši where the writer of “The Mountain Wreath” was born.

Mountain Lovćen is proclaimed a national park which encompasses the highest and central part of Lovćen range.


The most popular river island in Montenegro – Ada Bojana is placed a couple of kilometres from Ulcinj, southernmost Montenegrin municipality, at the meeting point of river Bojana and Adriatic Sea. It was made artificially, and occupies 4,9 km. Ada features famous tourist and natural (nudist) camp.

Banks of river Bojana are famous per fisherman stilt houses, from which inhabitants angle in a traditional manner and fish caught there can be served in numerous nearby restaurants.

This place, notable for flora and fauna unique in Europe is also a prestigious location for kite surfing or sailing.


Skadar Lake is the largest lake in Balkans. It mostly belongs to Montenegro, and its minor part belongs to neighbouring Albania. Peculiarity and beauty of the lake which connects municipalities Bar and Podgorica is in abundance of its flora and fauna. This is the only habitat of pelican birds in southern Europe, and trademark of the lake, which is also a national park, is rare Dalmatian pelican.

After Ramsar convention in1996. Skadar Lake is listed in World register of wetlands and given international importance.

Lake also plays important role in Montenegrin history, given that remnants of forts and fortifications confirm that Old Royal Capital of former state Zeta was located precisely at that place.

At the shore of Skadar Lake there is a small town – Rijeka Crnojevića, with nearby remains of Obod settlement, where in year 1494. the first book in this part of Europe was printed.


Durmitor is utterly important and authentic masterpiece of nature. This mountain is proclaimed national park in 1952. Located at northwest of Montenegro, at area of app. 40.000 ha. Highest point is Bobotov kuk – 2.523m.

Special charm of this range is 18 glacial lakes, known as “mountain eyes”, at altitudes above 1500m. The largest and most attractive is Black lake, 2 km away from mountain town Žabljak, Montenegrin winter tourist centre.

Fast and clean rivers endowed Durmitor with magnificent canyons, Tara canyon being one of them, known as one of the most beautiful in the world. Diversified flora and fauna of Durmitor attract many enthusiasts.

Durmitor is listed as World Natural Heritage.


Canyon of wild and unrestrained Montenegrin beauty, river Tara, is second largest in the world, right behind Colorado. For centuries this "Pearl of Europe" carved this priceless masterpiece, thus creating numerous breathtaking straits and abysses. Cascades and certain tranquil parts of river Tara, leave impression of fairy tale surrounding. Shores are well covered with dense vegetation, especially with black pines forest with trees up to 400 years of age. This untamed river invites tourists with adventurous spirit to let go and spend unforgettable moments while rafting down its restless course. River Tara and Tara canyon are listed as World Natural Heritage.


National park Biogradska gora is situated between rivers Tara and Lim, in the midst of mountain Bjelasica. Landscape of Biogradska gora is rugged due to fast streams; green meadows and bright lakes mirroring forests aged hundreds of years. What makes Biogradska gora unique is its rain forest, last one remaining in Europe with Biogradsko lake in its heart, the largest glacial lake in this national park.

Biogradska gora is prolific in cultural historical heritage consisting of sacred monuments, populist architecture and archaeological sites. Various authentic objects of traditional architecture in resorts and villages are scattered around perimeter of rain forest nature reserve of mountain Bjelasica.