Hotel Pljevlja

Address: Kralja Petra Prvog, Pljevlja, 84210, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Kralja Petra Prvog, Pljevlja, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Pljevlja

The Most Beautiful Place You've Never Heard Of...

A travel blog entry by rosinski218 on Oct 03, 2014

60 photos

We woke up really early to get to the airport to get our rental car. We had a long drive and a lot of things to see. Our first stop was Ostrog Monastery. This monastery is embedded high up in a mountain in central Montenegro. It was a quiet place with a great view of the valley below. The religious chants played over the speaker while we walked around really gave the place a great atmosphere. Our next stop was Black Lake in ...

Marvellous Mountainous Montenegro

A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 01, 2014

18 photos

... the Bosnian boarder before turning back to the city of Niksic, the former capital of Montenegro. The land is back to the almost inhabitable rocky landscape that, somehow, people manage to inhabit. Ostrog is a large structure built at the face of a cave where Vasilije Jovanovic, a well known saint is buried. High up a cliff face above a large church this place of pilgrimage is one of the holiest places of the eastern church. I was surprised by the number of ...

The Alps of Montenegro

A travel blog entry by bostonk on May 18, 2013

12 photos

... also amazingly tasty and as cheap a Maccas. We thanked our takeaway host, our lucky stars.....and moved on as quick as we could heading further north to Zabjlak.

I am calling Zabljak the capital of the Alps of Montengro because essentially this region is their Alpine region. You can still see the snow capped mountains driving towards them. Whilst the area is not littered with chalets and cute hostels etc, you can see the whole town itself ...

Tara Canyon

A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Sep 23, 2012

23 photos

... 360 turn my jaw dropped at the natural beauty of my surroundings. Behind us was a green plateau with rolling hills on the horizon, to the left the craggy rocks gave way to a massive drop with tree covered mountain opposite, and in front was the impressive gorge with the river passing through and weaving off to the right between more spectacular mountains.

I'm not sure how long we were there for, absolutely mesmerised by the sights surrounding us. ...

High N' Dry in Durmitor National Park

A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Sep 01, 2012

85 photos

... go tomorrow. We continued on up the path, taking in the breath taking landscape as we ascended. At points, it looked like we were on a different planet!

Passing over mountains and through valleys, we eventually reached a marker point which seemed to contradict with the OS map that we had. We decided to go with the OS map, which turned out to be a major mistake! After trekking up quite a steep slope, we ended up at some cave on the top of another ...