Cycle the Ladder of Kotor
Enjoy a cycling downhill tour from the National Park Lovcen to the old town of Kotor. The road you'll cycle on is an absolute "must see" of Montenegro. Before your ride, explore the Njegusi village, birthplace of the Petrovic dynasty, which ruled Montenegro from 1696 to 1918.
The picturesque mountain village of Njegusi was birthplace of the famous Montenegrin ruler and poet from the 19th Century, Petar II. The fine Mediterranean and Mountain climate also meets here, providing the perfect conditions for drying prosciutto and cheese. Before the cycling portion begins, you have a chance to explore this elevated village.
Next, board your bike for a fun cycling adventure. Follow the old Austrian road once connecting Cetinje (the Old Royal Capital) and Kotor. While cycling this road, you'll find 26 serpentines offering many jaw dropping vistas to the Bay. Be sure to bring your camera to take pictures of the magnificent views! The trip concludes in the Old town of Kotor.
Book this Kotor cycling tour today for a perfect day of fitness and sightseeing brought together.
Reviewer: Roberta Klein
Quite the experience - memorable, surrounded by incredible beauty AND exciting. Promptly met on time by our guide , we were taken to a van and drove up...up...up the mountain. Watching as the cruise ship below became the size of a pea. We were fitted with helmets and the bikes adjusted painstakingly to our varied heights. Then began a comfortable ride down 25 plus hairpin turns. Allowed frequent stops for photos. Fabulous experience and worth every penny.
Reviewer: Greg Levy
The boat we were on had older people, so my wife and I found out that we were the only two on this bike tour. Zahir met us on time and drove us to the top of the mountain 15 miles up. He then fitted us to the bikes, gave us helmets and guided us down this narrow road with 25 hair-pin turns. Zahir was great! He's apparently a 4 time biking champion for Kator - and was easy to understand, great to talk to and rode within our capabilities. This was a great tour - one I would suggest to others. Even my wife enjoyed it.