Tivat - Known for beach, coastal town, marina, orthodox cathedral.
Last updated on: 16 June 2019
The monastery is dedicated to Saint Basil of Ostrog (Sveti Vasilije Ostroški), who was buried here. From the monastery, a superb view can be seen. The monastery is located 50 km from Podgorica and 15 km from Nikšić. Ostrog monastery is the most popular pilgrimage place in Montenegro.
Ostrog related tours
We at Monterrasol Travel welcome you to see Ostrog during multiday private car tour. Contact us if you would like to customize your tour to Ostrog.
We have developed several tours that visiting this beautiful place. But, if you have a special conditions or any from these tours fit you, please do not hesitate to contact us, we can organize a tour exactly as you would like. And remember, we have no problems to take you from almost any place where you stay, hotel or private accommodation.
tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro
tour destinations: Blagaj, Kravica, Mostar, Nikšić, Ostrog, Počitelj, Sarajevo, Slano, Stolac, Trebinje, Tvrdoš, Vjetrenica, Zavala
This 7 days summer discovery tour will come across 2 countries: Bosnia & Herzegovina, and Montenegro. The main attraction in Montenegro will be famous Ostrog monastery. In Bosnia & Herzegovina, we will visit Trebinje, known for its old town and beautiful cathedral. Close to Trebinje is located old orthodox monastery Tvrdos which we will visit also. In Sarajevo, we will walk across historical center and see all main attractions. In Mostar we will see old town and famous Mostar bridge. In the area of Mostar we will visit pilgrimage center Međugorje, natural park Kravica with waterfalls, Počitelj fortress. On next day we need to see old fortress Stolac and Blagaj monastery and castle. On way back we will go to see Vjetrenica cave and Zavala monastery. At the summer period we will stop on a beach to refresh in the Adriatic sea.
tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro
tour destinations: Bar, Blagaj, Budva, Dajbabe, Kotor, Kravica, Međugorje, Mostar, Nikšić, Ostrog, Perast, Podgorica, Počitelj, Sarajevo, Stolac, Trebinje, Tvrdoš, Vjetrenica, Zavala
During this all seasons 8 days tour we going to explore 2 countries, Montenegro and Bosnia&Herzegovina. We will pick you up in Tivat, small town with airport in Montenegro. Within this tour we will visit UNESCO town Kotor, cute coastal village Perast, meet Trebinje, the southernmost town of Bosnia&Herzegovina, visit one of its winery and close located old monastery Tvrdoš; on the way to historic town Mostar we will travel through and see fortress Stolac, dervish monastery Blagaj, and another old monastery built in partially in cave; we will visit natural beauty Kravica waterfalls, fortified town Pocitelj built in 13th century; we will walk in the capital of Bosnia&Herzegovina, multicultural city Sarajevo; on the territory of Montenegro we will visit famous Ostrog monastery built in along the vertical cliff, and another one old small monastery with unusual frescos located in cave; we will walk in streets of ancient town Old Bar, and before we finish our tour in Tivat, we will meet coastal town Budva, full of many narrow streets surrounded by stone walls.
tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro
tour destinations: Blagaj, Budva, Dajbabe, Kotor, Kravica, Međugorje, Mostar, Nikšić, Ostrog, Počitelj, Sarajevo, Tivat, Trebinje, Tvrdoš
This year round tour will pass through 2 neighbors countries of Croatia: Bosnia and Montenegro. During this multi-day tour we will visit main attractions of both countries: old towns include medieval town Kotor which is UNESCO place, climb old ottoman empire fortresses, visit old monasteries.
At first days of tour our aim will be to reach famous town Mostar. On the way to Mostar, after passing border controls, we will visit Blagaj dervish monastery. This night we will sleep in Mostar, and next day will visit pilgrimage center Medjugorje, watch wonderful waterfalls in Kravice natural park, and climb by narrow streets of medieval fortified town Počitelj.
Next day will bring us to the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, multicultural Sarajevo. We will walk over Sarajevo historical streets and Sarajevo market, and
sleep this night also in Sarajevo.
After night in Sarajevo, we will move to Trebinje, the southernmost Bosnia and Herzegovina town, and visit located nearby Tvrdos monastery, Trebinje cathedral and walk over historical center of Trebinje.
At next day, after sleep in Trebinje, we going to Montenegro. After border crossing, we will visit Niksic cathedral and the main attraction of this day will be 17th century Ostrog monastery, carved almost entirety in a vertically positioned mountain cliff. The night we will spend in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro.
After sleep in Podgorica, we will visit monastery Dajbabe which was built within a natural cave. Our next destination is coastal town Budva, where we will walk over his narrow medieval streets. Here in Budva we will stay for night.
Next day after sleep in Budva we will visit UNESCO town Kotor, full of spirit of Venetian empire. If we're strong enough to survive climbing 1350 steps to a height of 1200 meters, we will be awarded to visit Kotor Fortress or otherwise known as The Castle of San Giovanni. If we can do it, we will admire amazing views over the city and harbor. After enjoy Kotor, we will move to neighbor town Tivat, famous with his worldwide recognized marina for mega yachts.
After take a rest and slepp in Tivat, we will start our way back via coastal road of Kotor bay, pass border controls and continue our way already by Croatian territory. On the way, we will pass few nice beaches so at summer time we always can stop and refresh in crystal clear water of Mediterranean sea.
tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro
tour destinations: Bar, Blagaj, Budva, Dajbabe, Doboj, Jajce, Kotor, Kravica, Maglaj, Međugorje, Mostar, Nikšić, Ostrog, Perast, Podgorica, Počitelj, Sarajevo, Stolac, Tešanj, Trebinje, Tvrdoš, Vjetrenica, Zavala
During this out of season 12 days tour we going to explore 2 countries, Montenegro and Bosnia&Herzegovina. This tour is panoramic, to explore the most important places and towns of both countries. We will pick you up in Tivat, small town with airport in Montenegro. Within this tour we will visit UNESCO town Kotor, cute coastal village Perast, meet Trebinje, the southernmost town of Bosnia&Herzegovina, visit old monastery Tvrdoš; on the way to historic town Mostar we will travel through and see fortress Stolac, dervish monastery Blagaj, and another one old monastery built in partially in cave; we will visit natural beauty Kravica waterfalls, fortified town Pocitelj built in 13th century; we will visit 4 medieval fortresses: Jajce, Tešanj, Doboj and Maglaj, and each one played important rolee in the history of Bosnia&Herzegovina; we will walk in the capital of Bosnia&Herzegovina, multicultural city Sarajevo; on the territory of Montenegro we will visit famous Ostrog monastery built in along the vertical cliff, and another one old small monastery with unusual frescoes located in cave; we will walk in streets of ancient town Old Bar, and before we finish our tour in Tivat, we will meet coastal town Budva, full of many narrow streets surrounded by stone walls.
This 14 days tour will allow you to meet amazing south Balkans countries: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, and of course beautiful Greece. The route will pass through Trebinje, Podgorica, Durres, Ioannina, Nafpaktos, Olympia, Sparta, Nafplio and other towns. We will see old castles, monasteries, archaeological sites, and amazing coastal line. At summer time we will stop on beaches to take a rest, refresh and enjoy the crystal clear water.
In this tour we will travel 15 days by Adriatic coast of Montenegro and Albania, and discover Greece mainland and Peloponnese. Meet during the tour ancient monasteries and castles, enjoy amazing beaches, touch stones of old places in 3 countries.
Balkan route from Dubrovnik to Athens in 16 days. Visit Bosnia, Montenegro, pass hills of Albania, and discover fortresses and ancient towns of Greece. Bosnian old towns and monasteries, Montenegro oldest monastery, hills of Albania, and discover greek fortresses, beaches, monasteries and archaeological sites.
June 24, 2020 Radimlja, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Radimlja is a main UNESCO World Heritage Site where is possible to see so called Stecci, a monumental medieval tombstones. Radimlja necropolis located near town Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is one of the most valuable monuments of the medieval period in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
June 22, 2020 Apollonia, Albania. Apollonia was an ancient Greek city located in the Fier County, in modern-day Albania. The Museum of Apollonia (also called Fier Archaeological Museum) contains artifacts unearthed from the ancient Apollonia. Apollonia flourished in the Roman period and was home to a renowned school of philosophy, but began to decline in the 3rd century AD when its harbor started silting up as a result of an earthquake. It was abandoned by the end of Late Antiquity. Apollonia is UNESCO tentative list site.
June 5, 2020 Reszel, Poland. Reszel is a small medieval town situated in the historical Warmia region, in northeastern Poland. The town Reszel is known for the gothic castle dating back to the 14th century, the main square and the historical center surrounded by brick defense walls.
May 21, 2020 Banská Štiavnica (Banska Stiavnica), Slovakia. Banská Štiavnica is a town in central Slovakia, in the middle of an immense caldera created by the collapse of an ancient volcano. For its size, the caldera is known as the Štiavnica Mountains. Banská Štiavnica is a completely preserved medieval town. Because of their historical value, the town and its surroundings were proclaimed by the UNESCO to be a World Heritage Site on December 11, 1993.
May 21, 2020 Spiš (Spis), Slovakia. The ruins of Spiš Castle in eastern Slovakia form one of the largest castle sites in Central Europe. The castle is situated above the town of Spišské Podhradie and the village of Žehra, in the region known as Spiš. It was included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1993 (together with the adjacent locations of Spišská Kapitula, Spišské Podhradie and Žehra). This is one of the biggest European castles by area (41 426 m2).