Dijana Petkovic Montenegro
Montenegro: Event venues in the spotlight
06 September 2019 Incentive travel

Montenegro's diverse terrain is matched by its range of special venues for incentives, meetings and product launches. Contemporary sites, historic venues or creative venues like a deserted island or national park – which one would suit your group program best?


Porto Montenegro Yacht Pool

Porto Montenegro Yacht Pool

Set at one of the largest marinas in the Adriatic sea, the chic Porto Montenegro Yacht Club combines an infinity pool, a restaurant, rooftop restaurant and bar De Gustibus, urban sandy beach and a nightclub.

Its star attraction and most sought after event venue is the PMYC infinity pool - spanning for overwhelming 64 meters and featuring a three meter high sculpture entitled “8 Possibilities”. For larger groups up to 350 guests seated, the contemporary venue offers stunning views over the marina and the bay beyond.

Naval Heritage Museum Porto Montenegro

Naval Heritage Museum

Showing respect to the Adriatic's rich maritime tradition, the Naval heritage museum displays artefacts from the ex-Yugoslav naval base and provides a stunning venue for gala dinners, product launches, parties and receptions.

The beautifully restored Austro-Hungarian sawmill with original beams and fittings from the turn of the century spans across two levels in total of 1264 sqm. Standing across the museum, the Yugoslav navy submarine Hero offers a perfect backdrop for cocktails, award ceremonies and gala dinners for up to 120 guests seating.

Budva citadela Montenegro DMC

Budva Citadela

Standing at the highest point of the charming old town, the Budva citadel offers stunning views over the Adriatic sea and the buzzing marbled streets. The medieval castle of Budva features a restaurant, library full of rare tomes and maps as well as an open air terrace. Suitable for receptions, gala dinners, conferences and team building events, the terrace seats 350 guests on two levels. The restaurant spans over three floors with the total of 230 seats.


Aman Sveti Stefan Villa Milocer

Built in 1934, Villa Milocer was once the royal summer residence of Queen Marija Karadordevic, and later of Josip Broz Tito, the former leader of Yugoslavia. Today it forms part of the Aman Sveti Stefan Resort. Surrounded by more than 800 olive trees and cedar and pine forests in 80 acres of grounds, Villa Milocer offers the  Dining Room, Living Room and Loggia with the capacity of 150 seating and 200 standing.


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