Nice campsite with plenty of shade. Views of the water/bay. On site restaurant with good food and ok wifi. 10 euro a night for 1 person and tent.
Access to pier for swimming is just over the road. If this place is full there are another campsite next door.
The car camp is behind the Igvor Hostel like 5km away from Podgorica. It's the only camp around this area! Wifi at the reception, electricity at place! The canyon is right in front! Toilets. Shower in the hostel. I payed 5€/person & 5€/camper van
Big grassy campsite with big trees in the Tara gorge. Clean toilets and showers, restaurant. Covered picknick tables with electricity available. Access to Tara river and tiny beach via steep 400m footpath. Hardly any noise from the road. No wifi available when we were there due to heavy rains. English spoken. Very nice owners. We paid 11 Euro for car + 2 p. without electricity. Well recommended.
Rafting camp, but very suitable for camping. Huge grassy terrain for tents or campers, lots of space. Little beach on the river. Very well kept. Camping 10Euro for two persons. Beautiful surroundings. Activities also include hiking, photo safaris, biking and canoeing. Set dinner is 5,60 Euro. Very good food. Note: to acces the road to Grab, drive past the Montenegro side of the border stating that you want to go to Grab. Before the river turn right, the customs officer will open the gate for you.
5 euro per person per night. If needing electrical hookup there are three plugs in the grass area. Large grass area with some shade trees and picnic tables. Place to do dishes and laundry. Two squat toilets. Hot water shower. The toilets do have a urine smell to them though are clean. There are rooms as well. Laundry, washing machine available for 5 euro per load. No dryer. The owners are really nice. The onsite restaurant has excellent food. And wifi was good speed; upload photos to Internet fairly easily and skype call no problem.
We slept next to a Turkish couple. From here, just In a few minutes you arrive to the walls of Kotor, shaken by an earthquake in 1979 and declared a World Heritage site later on. In one of the entries there is a tourist office where you can get some information and a city map. There are old buildings and a great labyrinth of cobblestone alleyways and streets where it is advisable to get lost.
Right on the same beach, and although there are several car parking with shade on the way to here, we prefer the intimacy of this spot. Returning to the main road R-17 there are several shops to buy what essential goods if you want to remain here for several days.
A beautiful place close to the ocean. You stay on gravel, almost level having plenty of space with a wonderful view. Most of the streets around are gravel roads (don't worry if you drive through a gravel pit, that's normal), but the last few hundred meters are paved because it's quite steep. At the end there's a turning bay and underneath the pitch.
Maybe there are some locals here in main season, but we were alone in October.
Follow down a rugh gravel road until you see the framing of a round tower. It seems like the working on it stopped some time ago. Underneath of it there is a flat surface made out of the buildings waste material and concrete. Perfect camping place even for bigger vehicles. You get more than 180° view and silence.
If you follow down the road further 1km you find a nice beach, but no good place to park there.
If you want to pitch a tent, do it in the penthouse of the tower (picture)!
Nice hostel run by expat couple Martin and Carmen. Martin is true overlander so he will help you with any questions about your trip.
They can arrange also propane (they have adapters), insurance etc.... Just ask for Martin.
Very convenient place to stay. They have also space for big rigs outside and you can use hot shower, toilet, kitchen and fast wifi. We paid 12EUR a night.
Location is not exact so better to contact them on email@example.com or Whatsapp: +38670691215