What is Montenegro in August?

Montenegro becomes one of the most visited places in the Balkans in August: local beaches are filled, numerous cars and tourist buses accumulate near the sights, and local hotels do not have time to receive new guests. In this article we have collected all the useful information about the rest in Montenegro in August.

 

Weather Montenegro august

The thermometer in Montenegro climbs to its maximum in August. In the daytime, the temperature is at + 30-33 ° C. By night it drops to + 20-22 ° C. The sun shines for days, the rains almost never come. The water temperature remains at + 25 ° C.

In the mountainous terrain a few degrees cooler than on the sea coasts. In high-mountain areas (for example, in Zabljak), the temperature can be kept at around + 20 ° C throughout the day. By the evening it becomes colder, so it's worth taking warm clothes with you to the mountains.

If you are going to rest in Montenegro in August, we recommend that you do not stay on the scorching sun for too long. It is desirable to sunbathe early in the morning and in the evening, and the midday hours to devote to excursions, walks in shady areas or rest in a hotel.

 Weather in Montenegro in August

Beaches Montenegro august

Beaches of popular resorts like Budva and Sveti Stefan in August are completely filled. Vacationers can not always find a free place, there are not enough sun loungers and umbrellas at all. Coastal areas are cleaned regularly, but this does not guarantee their ideal cleanliness in the middle or end of the day.

The sea in August becomes slightly dirty. In particular, this applies to tourist-filled resorts. Visibility also falls a little, but this does not prevent vacationers from diving and snorkeling in the well-heated sea.

 

Accommodation Montenegro august

In August, there is a housing shortage in Montenegro. This problem can be solved by booking a room or apartment in advance, at the beginning of summer. The same goes for treatment in sanatoriums and placement of children in camps. Tickets there should buy in advance.

In August, the cost of living in Montenegrin hotels and apartments is about 25% higher than in June. In the last days of the month, the price is reduced to normal figures. When booking a room or apartments in advance, you can save a lot.

 Accommodation in Montenegro in August

Leisure Montenegro august

A trip to Montenegro in August is suitable for lovers of nightlife. This month local clubs organize loud parties every day, and the music in them does not cease until the morning. Night clubs feature famous European DJs and musicians.

Visiting Montenegrin attractions in late summer is difficult because of the large number of tourists. It is better to come to historical places at the beginning of the day, when there are no pandemoniums at the ticket offices and entrances.

August in Montenegro is rich in cultural and entertainment activities. They significantly supplement the country's budget.

Festivals in Montenegro in AugustEvery year in the last month of summer in Montenegro, a festival of "Tambourine Orchestras" is held. At the beginning of the event, its participants march through the streets. The musicians show their skills of skillful play on a variety of musical instruments.

In August, "Fish Night" is held in Ulcinj. During the holiday, guests taste fine dishes from fresh fish and seafood. The event is accompanied by spectacular performances by folk musicians.

The festival "Tivat cultural summer" begins at the end of June and lasts until September. This event attracts Montenegrin artists and participants from other countries. Within the framework of the festival, theater performances (about 20), music concerts, art exhibitions and literary readings are held.

In August, a number of fascinating events are held in the Montenegrin cities: the Biennale of Contemporary Art, the Herceg Novi Film Festival, a folklore festival, etc.

August is also rich in sports events: swim, race, volleyball tournaments and so on. The sailing regatta that traditionally takes place in Herceg Novi deserves special attention.