“The part of the Adriatic Coast belonging to Montenegro
is the purest part of the Mediterranean”.

JACQUES COUSTEAU

“In terms of natural wonders, there is little in the southern
Mediterranean to rival Montenegro’s fjord. The part of the
Adriatic Coast belonging to Montenegro is the purest part of the Mediterranean”.

Financial Times

The most beautiful contact between the earth and sea took
place at the Montenegrin littoral

Lord Byron

Biogradska Gora (rain forest)

National Park Biogradska Gora (rain forest) covers area of 54 km2. Basic elements of the Park are: untouched rain forest, large mountain slopes and tops over 2000 meters high, six glacial lakes, five of them with altitude of 1820 meters and one easy accessible located at the very entrance of the park Biogradsko Lake.

Swift streams cut through scenery of Biogradska Gora (rain forest), green pastures and clear lakes reflecting centennial forests. The Park is renowned as a unique geomorphological region and, as such, it is attractive for scientific research.

The national park abounds in cultural and historic heritage consisting of sacral monuments national building and archeological localities.

Numerous authentic buildings of traditional architecture are found throughout the pastures and villages next to the virgin forest reserve on the Bjelasica mountain range.

Biogradska Gora (rain forest) is one of only three existing rainforests in Europe.