Private transfer Dubrovnik to Tivat OR Tivat to Dubrovnik
Distance 70 km
Duration 1h 55min – could be more as routes involves border crossing, and depending on the traffic condition
You can arrange your private transfer to Tivat quickly and easily to any address in Tivat, and of course also to other destinations. One of our English-speaking drivers will be at your disposal.
Tivat, the youngest town in the Boka Bay was established on the plateau at the bottom of the Mount Vrmac, which devides it from the town Kotor.
Tivat is the resort for the contemporary nobility. The largest and the most beautiful yachts, sailing under flags from all over the world would come and stay in Tivat in Porto Montenegro – the most luxurious yachting resort in the Mediterranean Sea.
Tivat’s small airport is only 3 km south of the town.
Tivat has several small hotels, most of reasonable value, and many of them located within close proximity to the waterfront.
Porto Montenegro itself offers luxurious villas with a beautiful see view, as well as modern bars and restaurants with local and international meals.
Tivat doesn’t really have a center. When you come into the town, you should rather ask for Pine, the waterside promenade. Here you can enjoy the walk along the sea or have coffee and cakes in several café bars situated next to each other.
There are some lovely sandy beaches outside of town and on the Luštica peninsula. The city park, founded on the estate of Kotor noblemen in 1892, is a true botanical garden, an expansive area of fir, cedar and pine trees, as well as a range of exotic plants brought here by seafarers from all over the world.
The summer residence of Buća, the noble family from Kotor, built more than half a millennium ago. Nowadays, it is Museum and Gallery with an open-air summer stage in its garden.
The village of Gornja Lastva – an idyllic village with stone houses and a parish church dedicated to the Birth of Our Lady. Just 3 km north of Tivat, on the Mount Vrmac, from where there are marvelous views of the Bay and Lustica peninsula ahead.
*The Island of Flowers – known for the remains of the Holy Archangel Michael Monastery, founded in the 13th century
*Saint Marco Island, the largest one in the Boka Bay
*Our Lady of Mercy, the island where hermit friars erected the Church of Immaculate Conception, which used to be a temple of the Jesuit Order.