Europcar is proud to offer two locations within the small country of Montenegro, one at Podgorica Airport and one serving Tivat airport, which means that where ever you land, world-class car hire service will be available. So, whether you're on a short break, a vacation with the whole family or just travelling for business, we can help with all your car hire needs. Useful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover can help to make your driving experience through Montenegro's rugged landscape a pleasure. Plus, Europcar 's fleet of safe, comfortable and reliable vehicles are standing by so you can select the hire car that best accommodates your needs, however many passengers, however much luggage, or whatever size budget you have.
Montenegro is fast becoming the place to visit in the eastern Mediterranean region, with over 1.5 million holidaymakers arriving every year. And it's not just the 180 miles of sun-kissed Adriatic coastline that draws people either but, just inland, also the most astonishing countryside, featuring majestic mountain scenery, clear lakes and snaking rivers. All of which allows year-round vacation attractions, from sunbathing and swimming to biking and hiking. While the north coast, featuring the resort towns of Petrovac, Budva and Kotor, has been a popular destination for some time, the south coast is now gaining a reputation of its own, thanks to towns like Ulcinj, Bar and Ada Bojana, and offers exclusive restaurant experiences, stunning beaches and vibrant nightlife. However, away from the coast, throughout the Montenegro mountains and forests are five national parks of varying sizes, appealing to the growing trend for eco-tourism. Due to Montenegro's amazing biodiversity, these parks offer hundreds of unusual plants, birds and animals that can be found nowhere else.
Budva and the Adriatic Coast - Although Croatia steals much of the Adriatic's available coastline, Montenegro's small section boasts nothing between the beach towns but sandy shores and simple fishing villages. The prime destination along here is Budva, with its Old Town that is an ancient fortified settlement now filled with lively bars, shops and exciting nightlife. Further south is the luxurious Sveti Stefan island village resort, or keep pressing down towards Albania to the largely undiscovered town of Ulcinj, with its castle-like surroundings, lively nightspots and unparalleled beaches which include the 7.5 mile long Velika Plaza, a stretch of sand that reaches all the way to the Albania border.
Central Montenegro - The spiritual and physical heartland of the country is only reached by going past two national parks, Lovćen and Lake Skadar, both of which offer some amazing scenery and many excuses to get back to nature, and two capital cities, Podgorica that was founded in Roman times and the much more recent 'Royal City' Cetinje. Both of these towns give ample opportunity to experience Montenegrin culture, art and history in their museums and galleries, as well as their more modern shopping and dining facilities.