Located in the central Mediterranean, Montenegro is one of Europe’s youngest countries, though not without a wealthy history of tradition. Its picture-perfect coastline and dramatic landscapes have earned this little country two sizeable achievements – the UNESCO-protected sites of Durmitor National Park in the north, and Bay of Kotor in the south.

Small in size, but rich in untouched nature and beautifully preserved ancient towns, Montenegro attracts a portfolio of high-end investors in search of luxury, privacy and quality of life.

With just a few hours’ flight separating the country from major European capitals, Montenegro is serviced by three international airports – Tivat, Podgorica (capital) and Dubrovnik (Croatia). Meanwhile, the destination is only several hours’ boat trip away from some of the most popular Mediterranean sailing grounds.

The Montenegrin government’s elite tourism strategy seeks to facilitate the great potential of its country to attract overseas investment and provide a haven for its ultra-high-profile clientele.