Nomad Bay Tour 

A Stroll through Little Venice

Embark on an unforgettable passage through the city labyrinths, past fairytale baroque palaces and admire monuments to the naval heritage of the Bay, a stoned patchwork of beautiful churches and cobbled lanes. Two thousand years of history and centuries of tradition have left their mark in every stone of the Bay’s buildings – thanks to this, the Bay is proud to be on UNESCO’s list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage. 


Take a stroll through the narrow streets and embrace the colourful masks and vibrant crowds of the Bay’s carnivals, sure to leave their imprint on your experience the Bay. A former home to sailing ships, the Bay now more commonly houses world tourist yachts and cruise liners. 


Live and breathe the Bay of Kotor with the help of our Nomad storytellers, well-versed in the legends and mythical tales that represent the distinct culture of the Bay.

Tour duration


 Min. number of passengers 





35 €





The medieval town of Kotor, nestled between the broody mountains and the shady side of the bay, is embossed by ancient city walls protecting its cultural heritage. The well-preserved, crisscrossed avenues, squares and cultural heritage render Kotor a UNESCO listed site, and its architecture is reminiscent of the Venetian empire. 


The Bay of Kotor is deeply engraved into the cliffs of mountain massifs by the Mediterranean waves – a vast aquarium scattered with coastal towns and unique architectural villages and rich in maritime tradition and turbulent history, gastronomic identity and a distinguishable local mentality. This angel-shaped bay represents an anchorage of civilization and culture. 



The strongest carrier of identity in the Bay of Kotor is the old Venetian merchant town of Perast, also home to two distinct islands – St George, an introverted and strong island with stone walls and tall cypresses, and Our Lady of the Rocks, extroverted and floating, the patroness of all sailors. The oldest settlement on the banks of the Bay, Perast marks the core of the historical identity of this part of the coastline, with many churches, an iconic bell tower and crumbling facades oozing character. 



The largest archaeological site in Montenegro can be found in the town of Risan, founded in the 3rd Century BC. The Illyrian Queen Teuta is said to have sought shelter in the town to escape Roman persecution. It was the centre of maritime trade and craftsmanship of the Illyrian state and to this day, still harbours the remains of the splendid Roman mosaics.



Located in the centre of the Bay, the town sits at the foot of the Vrmac hill and boasts the greatest number of sunny days on the Bay. Home to Porto Montenegro superyacht marina village, Tivat is the beating heart of the luxury Boka Bay lifestyle. An up-and-coming nautical community, buzzing with restaurants and bars, balanced by the magnificent views of the natural amphitheater that is the Bay of Kotor. 


Whats included?

Tourist guide


Tickets and taxes

Boat ride to the Our Lady of the Rock island

Medieval Kotor Museum entrance

Not included


Personal expenses



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