Kids love running around in plain air, so take a stoll along the Tivat sea promenade and enjoy this live-full small town.
2) Visit the Naval Heritage Collection Museum at Porto Montenegro
This large and spacious museum showcases old shipping equipment and artefacts, including models of the old ships and ancient documents. See inside ancient submarines and the diving equipment used. They also hold themed exhibitions. If the children become bored with the exhibitions there is a playground outside with a climbing frame in the shape of a pirate ship where the children can play while the parents wander further through the museum.
3) Visit the botanic garden
Tivat’s City Park – the largest landscaped park in Montenegro
4) Stand up paddle boarding
4) Sailing and rowing activities
Sessions are available at the exclusive Porto Montenegro Yacht Club.
5) Boat tours and day cruises
Enjoy the true Mediterranean panorama renting a boat or go for a organized boat tours.
In Summer, small cruise boat leave at 9.30 am everyday from the Tivat’s Setaliste (Seapromenade), and return at 5 /6 pm, for a quick tour of the Bay of Kotor. Price is approx 15/20 € per person. If you have an evening walk trough Tivat, you will find the boats docked in front of the cafes and you can ask there for more information.