Finally rushed to the mountain top fortress early in the morning before leaving, and looked at the magnificent Kotor Bay from another angle. The sea view here is really superb, the blue water is very beautiful, it is a paradise on earth! Although the town itself is not as spectacular as King's Landing, it is the most indented coast of the Adriatic Sea, and it is full of Mediterranean style to look at the small towns in the distance.
Kotor Bay is like emeralds surrounded by mountains. And on the coastline where the mountain and the sea meet, there are dotted with small fishing villages, small towns, or small cities, like pearls of different sizes strung by the coastline. As the most indented coast of the Adriatic Sea, the Bay of Kotor is sometimes referred to as the southernmost fjord in Europe (in fact, the Bay of Kotor is a hidden river valley). The bay is 32 kilometers inland and has high mountains on both sides. The strait is long and narrow, and the exit is 3 kilometers wide. The lakes and mountains are like Switzerland. There are two beautiful islands in Kotor Bay, Our Lady of Rocks island and Island of St. George.
The pearl of the Adriatic Sea, the blue sky and white clouds and the bay, luxury yachts converge. It is said that Tito’s yachts are parked in the bay. It is estimated that they have changed hands. There are two ancient cities along the bay, the ancient city of Kotor and Budva. Ancient city.
Montenegro has both majestic mountains and nearly 300 kilometers of charming coastline. The magnificent Kotor Bay and the tall city walls built by the ancient Venetians describe the rich natural and cultural landscape of Montenegro. The Kotor city wall was first built in the 9th century AD and was not fully completed until the 19th century. The city wall was built on St. John’s Hill, surrounding the entire mountainside and winding to the top of the mountain. Visitors can climb 1,300 steps to reach the highest point of the fortress. , From here you can overlook the depths of Kotor city and fjord.