Cottor Bay is like a green emerald surrounded by mountains. On the coastline where mountains and seas meet, there are small fishing villages, towns, or towns, like pearls of different sizes strung by the coastline. As the most jagged coast on the Adriatic coast, Cottor Bay is sometimes called the southernmost fjord in Europe (in fact, Cottor Bay is a hidden valley). The Bay is 32 kilometers inland, with high mountains on both sides, narrow and long Straits and 3 kilometers wide at the exit. The scenery of the lake and mountains is like being in Switzerland. There are two beautiful islands in Cottor Bay, Our Lady of Rocks island and St. George Island.
The city faces the mountains and faces the sea. The mountains are green and grey, and the sea is blue and green. Two adjacent aquatic buildings really surprised me. It seems that one is a monastery and the other is a mosque. I'm not sure if I can climb along the ancient stone wall of the back hill to a chapel halfway up the hill overlooking the old city and Cottor Bay.