Here we present campsites and pitches in Montenegro - ranging from charming small campsites to large sites in good locations. We also offer personal tips on things to see and do nearby, while you're on the road. Campsites and pitches in Montenegro are presented from north to south.
Why camp in Montenegro?
Many campsites in Montenegro are located near the coast, and camping is a great way to experience the country. Some sites also have caravan parks so you can explore towns and cities. In Montenegro, you can explore the Bay of Kotor and the city of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Campsites and pitches in Montenegro - from north to south
- DescriptionNice and well-maintained campsite by a small canal and a short walk to a nice little beach on the Bay of Kotor. Buses run outside to Kotor.
- Service: Electricity, water, service building with fresh toilets and showers and WiFi included in the price.
- Price: €18/day excluding electricity and €20/day including electricity in September 2015.
- Find here: Drive to Morinj. There is a large sign by the road.
- See and do in the neighbourhood: Experience the glorious Bay of Kotor.
- DescriptionParking space in a nice location by the water, short walking distance to the old town. We didn't find many organised sites in Montenegro, but here it is allowed to stay overnight with a motorhome.
- Service: None.
- Price: 20 euros/day in 2015.
- Find here: Drive to Kotor. The car park is along the road, towards the water.
- See and do in the neighbourhood: Kotor with city wall, mountain and stairs up the mountain.
- DescriptionLarge and well-maintained campsite near a relatively nice beach.
- Service: Electricity, water, service house, WiFi included in the price and good place to empty/fill tanks.
- Price: €16.50/day in September 2015.
- Find here: Buljarica bb 85 300 Petrovac. Located just south of Petrovac. Signs with "camping" are visible by the road.
- See more and do more in the neighbourhood: Sun and swimming. Not far from here you can visit Sveti Stefan and Budva.
- DescriptionBig and nice campsite right next to a long sandy beach.
- Service: Electricity, water, service centre and WiFi included in the price (reaches only a certain part of the campsite).
- Price: 21 euros/day in high season (until 15 Sept) 2015.
- Find here: Drive towards Ulcinj. The campsite is clearly signposted.
- See and do in the neighbourhood: Sun and swimming
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Car and camping in Montenegro
- Capital city: Podgorica
- Language: Montenegrin, Albanian, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian and Romani.
- Residents: 620 000 (2017)
- Currency: Euro
- Price mode: Cheap (cheaper than Sweden)
- Religion: Christianity (mainly Orthodox). The Albanian minority is mainly Muslim
- Flag: The flag of Montenegro is red with the coat of arms of Montenegro and a yellow stripe.
Roads and driving in Montenegro
- Border crossing: Montenegro is not part of the EU. Passports and vehicle documents are checked on entry, and you should get an entry stamp. A green card is required, and it is also good to have an international driving licence.
- Roads: The quality of the roads varies. The road around the Bay of Kotor is very beautiful, but it can be crowded in places for meetings.
- Speed limits: Passenger cars drive on motorway 100 and country roads 80. Motorhomes, regardless of weight, must not exceed 80 km/h.
- Per mille limit: 0.3 (0.0 for professional drivers)
- Traffic rules: Talking on a handheld phone and sending text messages while driving is prohibited. The right-hand rule applies in roundabouts, unless otherwise signposted, so vehicles in circulation must give way to those wishing to enter, i.e. the other way round as in Sweden. Vehicles with trailers must carry two warning triangles.
- Fuel: Diesel and 95 and 98 octane.
- Parking rules: Feel free to use fenced or guarded car parks.
- Security: Make sure you have Roadside Assistance, so you can get help on the spot in case of an accident. The emergency number is 112. Telephone numbers for the police 122, ambulance 124 and emergency services 123.
Rules on camping and pitches in Montenegro
- Camping: There are plenty of campsites around the country, but perhaps mainly along the coast.
- Parking spaces: There are limited pitches in Montenegro but you can find some, for example via the CamperContact app.
- Free camping: Free camping is only allowed with the permission of the landowner. Free camping is not allowed on public land.