Boka Kotorska (in Italian bocca meaning “mouth”) is a region surrounding one of the grandest natural features of the east Adriatic- the Gulf of Kotor, a series of four bays penetrating 25 km inland, making the unique landscape,
The central part of the country is a distinctive whole easily recognizable for its mild climate, rough karst terrain, and lack of woods, different from both the lush seaside and the cold north and east. Yet, Central Montenegro is itself a mixture of several smaller regions that differ both in landscape and history.
The north of Montenegro consists of contrasting sights carved and arranged to their magnificent perfection by nature. The high mountains are joined by vast tablelands and deep river canyons, all mixed in a memorable array of experiences. The ideal example of this is Mount Durmitor, which together with the small town Žabljak is in Montenegro.
The region’s main artery from times immemorial is the river Lim which spills out from Plavsko Lake, flows northwards passing Andrijevica, Berane, and Bijelo Polje, and continues further into Serbia. Most of its flow passes through a valley, not particularly wide but wide enough to constitute the flattest piece of terrain in the whole of his mountain region.