On the slopes of the mountain Lovćen above Kotor a picturesque mountain village Njegusi is situated within the homonymous national park.Njegusi are known as the birthplace of the Petrovic dynasty, which ruled Montenegro from 1696 - 1918 years.
With its altitude of around 900m and near the sea, Njegusi is the true air spa where the two climates intersect. It is almost untouched virgin area without any industry.
A special attraction is the old road from Kotor to village Njegusi, famous Lovćens serpentines, which is symbolized by 25 curves and 25 km road.
Njegusi are particularly attractive in summer when the temperatures are much lower than on the coast. This is one of the most beautiful vantage points from which one can have a view of the Montenegrin coast, and if the weather permits even the coast of Italy can be seen .
On Njegusi you can enjoy the famous Njegus smoked ham - prosciutto, the cheese (which entered the German anthology of the wolrd chese in XVII century) and the mead. You could also visit the birthplace of Petar II Petrovic Njegos where the memories of this remarkable man, who was enlisted in the very top of world literature because of his book of poetics called “Mountain wreath”, are kept.