Montenegro - “Black Mountain” has a fairy tale quality – this patchwork of shipwrecks, cobalt fjords, palaces and rocky paths is one of the last truly unspoilt enclaves in the Mediterranean.  This enchanting backdrop is home to what has become – thanks to a fantastic new marina – a top superyacht destination. TheBay of Kotor forms an idyllic nautical playground and Montenegro’s town itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nearby, at the end of a thin causeway lies the rocky islet of Sveti Stefan. In the 1950s this fortified village was turned in its entirety into a hotel; and is now experiencing a renaissance as an Amanresorts spa retreat.  If you like to dine ashore this is the place to do so. The Cigar Room serves Cuban cigars, vintage Armagnac and single malt whiskeys. Otherwise the nearby Queen’s Chair serves pan-Adriatic fare with breathtaking views on the side.

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