Purobeach is crowned with 3-meter-high sculpture placed next to the water, designed by the Richard Hywel Evans studio, named '8 possibilities'. Beach bars offer relaxing atmosphere for socializing on the waterfront, in comfortable sofas, fresh international menu, spectacular locations; DJmakes a selection of music to entertain guests from the morning through the evening, with spa treatments by the sea and daytime yoga.Capacities:Pool - 70 comfortable longues surrounding the pool,12 comfortable double longues, 4 private booths, Restaurant - 60 seats, Cocktails and receptions - up to 1200 persons.
So, from the top of the mount Vrmac you can see on one side Kotor, a city with a thousand-year old history and part of the world cultural and natural heritage, and on the other side Tivat, the old-new city oriented towards tourism and Tivat archipelago which consists of Prevlaka Peninsula and the islands of St. Marko and Gospa of Milosti (Our Lady of Mercy).The highest peaks on the mount Vrmac are Sveti Ilija (785m) and Velji vrh (712m), and one of the most beautiful villages is Gornji Stoliv which is dominated by a tall steeple of the church of Sv. Ilija (St. Elijah). The main walking trail follows the line of crest and is suitable for mount-biking, and a whole network of old roads and paths is suitable for hiking and mountaineering.From Gornja Lastva you can walk “along Medjica,” to Bijeli pijesak (the White Sand). Here you will have ever-expanding vistas of the Bay of Tivat, and over Luštica of the open sea and the trail goes further Vlaka saddle, along the trail down the slope to Gornji Stoliv. As soon as you pass the saddle, vistas of the Bay of Kotor and Perast with two islands will open. From Gornji Stoliv the trail is almost without any inclination and it ends above the gorge Verige with a breathtaking view. From Verige (Pečkovica) to village Veće Brdo the trail goes along the open space, then through the woods to the hamlet Orašje. From there you can walk a couple of hundreds of meters to Gornja Lastva.
Guided by this custom in 2006 the action called “Your Tree in Our Park” was initiated. Every citizen can donate a tree to be planted in the park for the occasions important for their personal lives (marriages, births, graduating etc.). In this way the park gets renewed and people get even more tied to it.The most important plant species grown in the park are as follows:Araucaria bidwilli (Bunya Bunja Pine)Pinus halepensis (Tree of Alpo Pine) Magnolija Grandiflora ( Magnolia Grandiflora)Magnolija liliflora (Lily Magnolia)Pinus pinea (Stone Pine)Cedrus Atlanticus (Atlas Cedar Cones)Cupressus semervirens (Mediterranean Cypress)Platanus occidentalis (Plane Trees - Sycamores)Platanus orijentalis (Oriental Plane)Melia azedarach (Chinaberry)Ceratonia silqua (Carob Tree)Aeculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut)Ablizia julibrissin (Persian Silk Tree)Laurus nobilis (Bay Laurel)Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry Laurel)Eucaliptus globulus ( Eucalyptus)The home of magnolia was built in this park ... Magnolia is a symbol of the city.
Porto Montenegro is being built on the place of the former Austro-Hungarian Naval arsenal that is Naval-Repair Institute in Tivat, founded in 1889 in a sheltered Boka Bay which is under the protection of UNESCO and is the deepest natural harbor on the Mediterranean. The total project includes construction of 630 berths for yachts of all sizes, of which 130 will be for yachts whose lengths exceed 30 meters. Current capacity of the marina is 185 berths with the accompanying infrastructure: water supply, electricity supply, wireless internet. There is also a 24-hour physical protection of marina as well as the Yacht Assist team responsible for providing various types of services and information to the marina users, from solving the problem of little breaks to organizing trips. In summer 2010 Porto Montenegro acquired the status of border crossings and the entire customs procedures can be completed at the marina. Apart from the facilitated customs procedures, the marine clients have access to fuel supply which is exempt from all duties.The settlement which is situated on 24 acres in the coastal zone includes the promenade and exclusive apartments on the coast, hotels, cafes and restaurants. The first three residential complexes - Teuta, Zeta and Ozana with 75 residential units and 2,500 square meters of office premises have been completed. By the end of this year the fourth residential complex Milena will be completed, while the fifth building - Tara will be delivered to its owners in summer 2012. In Porto Montenegro except for numerous boutiques, nautical equipment shops, brokerage agencies, beauty and hairdressing salon and furniture shops there are recreational facilities: sports club with gym, Pilates and yoga studio, tennis and squash courts, bowling ... The offer is enriched with Porto Montenegro Yachting Club, which organizes regattas, rowing classes, motor boats races, wooden boat-making classes and other social events.In September 2010 the London Knightsbridge International School admitted its first students and it operates as a top educational institution within Porto Montenegro. In July 2011 a long-awaited Collection of Maritime Heritage was open which consists of numerous exhibits representing the history of the Naval – Repair Institute and Tivat. In the vicinity of Porto modern facilities for reparation and maintenance of yachts and golf courses are planned to be built.
The bay is naturally divided into four smaller parts - Herceg Novi bay, Risan bay, Kotor bay and Tivat bay. The small towns, as treasuries of history, art and beauty, are strung like pearls on its coastline. Kotor is the old coastal and cultural centre. For centuries, it has been a crossroads of commercial roads under the strong influence of Venice. It is protected by mountains with a strong defense structure built during the time of Byzantine Empire. Dobrota is a small town in which numerous palaces of former sailors and shipowners are still preserved. Perast is the homeland of many world-known sailors and a town whose destiny has always been related to the sea. By its lifestyle, it resembled Venice with which it had very lively trade and cultural links. There are a lot of remains of the old aristocratic palaces that now bear witness to its ancient splendor and richness. In one of them, the Bujevic’s palace, the Town Museum is located. There is a very interesting historical story saying that the Russian soldiers used to come in Perast to learn sailing skills and that it was known as a cradle of the Russian fleet. There are two islets around Perast town – Gospa od Skrpjela(Lady of Skrpljel) and St Gorge, both unique tourist attractions. Risan is famous for the remnants of the classical culture. The remains of a Roman patrician’s villa with mosaic floors as beautiful as those made in Roman period can be found here. Herceg Novi is a town situated at the end of the bay. Its appearance is an illustration of its turbulent history. The town is a fine combination of romantic, Byzantine and oriental styles interweaved in the Mediterranean appearance of this town. Today, Herceg Novi is the town of flowers with all its windows faced toward the sun and the sea. It is one of the warmest towns on the Adriatic coast. One should visit the City Museum and the Archives, the Modern Arts Gallery, and the Old town with Tower clock.
The surface of the beach is 1200 m, and it spreads out in the shape of a circle along the whole lenght of the isle which is 300 m long and 200 m wide. There are many small sandy beaches. The isle is 2 km away from the town. Its very name speaks for itself. It is abundant in vegetation which provides a lot of shade. So you can enjoy it, as well as the aromas and tastes of the sea food and good wines provided in restaurants. In the immediate vicinity of the Isle of Flowers there is a sandy beach called Kalardovo. Its surface is 4200 m. There are restaurants and cafe, too.
What makes Almara beach special is, among other things, an exclusive restaurant run by the Italian chef Francesco Ruggiero, an exotic cocktail bar, and for those who prefer to enjoy beautiful nature in privacy, there are exclusive baldachins, luxurious beds and beach chairs. This is a place where you will be offered most exclusive wines and champagnes. For those who work from home or who want to do things from a remote location, a high quality wireless Internet connection is provided. What makes Almara beach special is, among other things, an exclusive restaurant run by the Italian chef Francesco Ruggiero, an exotic cocktail bar, and for those who prefer to enjoy beautiful nature in privacy, there are exclusive baldachins, luxurious beds and beach chairs. This is a palce where you will be offered most exclusive wines and champagnes. For those who work from home or who want to do things from a remote location, a high quality wireless Internet connection is provided. Almara is never too crowded with beach chairs. Huge space enables you to have privacy with your company. In order to be sure that you will have a place you need, you can book a baldachin, a beach chair or a place in the restaurant. Prices are fixed so there is something for everyone: prices of coffee and juices are the same as in Podgorica, and cocktails, exclusive food and wines are a bit more expensive. However, you are just a few meters from the sea and, you’ll agree, it has its price. One baldachin is EUR 25.00 and two luxurious and very comfortable beach chairs and a sun umbrella are EUR 5 to 15, depending on the position on the beach.