Hotel Forza Mare is the first design hotel in the area. This family - owned boutique hotel is situated 3km away from the old town of Kotor, in a small village Dobrota, at the waterfront of the Boka Bay. This stunning five star hotel, luxuriously decorated offers a warm, intimate and friendly atmosphere and is a place where you will find everything that suits your needs and that will make you wish to come here again and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Numerous visits of VIP guests from the world’s Jet Set are the testament to Forza Mare’s excellence both in impeccable service and privacy – namely what your dreamy holiday should be about. People come here looking for fun, safe haven and relaxation and they find it all within this magical place offering breathtaking views of the Bay of Kotor. A word of mouth turned out to be our best recommendation!
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Kotor is the town listed as UNESCO World Heritage site. Surrounded by dramatic Lovćen mountain ranges at the secluded part of the Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska), it is famous for its rich culture and it represents one of the most genuine medieval towns on the Southern Adriatic and is exquisitely preserved. It is only 15 minutes away from Tivat International Airport, and around 2hrs away from the capital city Podgorica. Undoubtedly it’s Montenegro’s must see destination and on every Mediterranean cruise ship itinerary. Boka Bay is Europe’s southernmost fjord and considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world. If you have a heart for romance, living history and architecture you will find Kotor to be the highlight of your Montenegrin adventure. Discover its authentic image within the walls that hide charming piazzas and a jumble of narrow alleyways, hidden pathways, marble squares and churches, renaissance style balconies and houses influenced by Venetian art. The protective walls of Kotor climb up the mountain Lovćen, fortified by towers and citadels, and topped by San Giovanni Castel, reachable by about 1300 stairs. Within the walls, the impressive St. Tryphon’s Cathedral holds a treasury of paintings and relics, some dating from the 12th century.