Herceg Novi



Herceg Novi is a major Montenegrin tourist destination. The most famous tourist attractions in Herceg Novi are castle Forte Mare built by the Bosnian king Tvrtko I in 1382, a clock tower built by Austrians in the 19th century, the Kanli tower built by Turks, and the Serbian church St. Michael Archangel in central Belavista Square. Herceg Novi is well known as a spa and health center; nearby Igalo has an abundance of healing sea mud called "igaljsko blato" (Igalo mud) and mineral water springs called "igaljske slatine" (Igalo water springs).


Whilst the city itself is not a major destination for sunbathing, with no long sandy beaches along the rest of the Boka Kotorska bay, many beaches are reachable by boat. Tourist companies organise one-day boat trips 

Herceg Novi Montenegro


Herceg Novi Old Town



Herceg Novi Stari Grad



Herceg Novi Crna Gora


Herceg Novi Letovanje




Herceg Novi Stari Grad


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