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Fab 3* Sea facing Studio with a large private terrace with free Wifi

Perast, Montenegro
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The Villa Perast Apartments are set within a large, old stone-built house, brimming with character, perfectly located in the charming Unesco Protected baroque-period town of Perast. Two thirds of the stone house is separated into the three apartments, named after special people. This is Apt Sachi.

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A no fuss simple air-conditioned studio apartment, with its very large private terrace is perfectly located in the heart of Perast. Just a short stroll to the ‘pirate’ Beach Bar (3 minutes), Museum (2 minutes) and Old Town Square famous for its well-preserved baroque architecture.

Apartment Sachi looks directly out to the Bay of Kotor Fjord (less than 30m from the front entrance) and but a short stroll to all the local café’s, restaurants, shops and amenities.

Perast is a small town, benefiting from many local restaurants who only use local produce. There are also many summer festivals that appear on the calendar every year and are very popular with the locals and neighbouring sea side villages.

You can find out more about local festivals and when they take place by looking up Perast Festivals in any search engine.

Perast itself has many interesting sights to visit. The Museum - which has interesting old artefacts, the many churches and ruins that are dotted around, along side the two very famous islands that you can visit by jumping on a hired boat for a couple of euros. The Fyord is a sight in itself - changing dramatically with the weather and beautiful and extreme in every light.

Situated in Perast, 28 miles from Sveti Stefan, Villa Perast Apartments features a terrace and free Wifi.
Each unit has a fantastic view, a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave, a seating area with a sofa, a flat-screen Tv, a washing machine, and a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. A fridge, a stovetop and toaster are also offered, as well as a kettle.
A car rental service is available at the apartment.
Budva is 22.4 miles from Villa Perast Apartments, while Kotor is 8.1 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Tivat, 14.9 miles from the accommodation, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.

Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate on the coast, with alpine conditions in the mountains. The average summer coastal temperature is 27°c (81°f), and this is peak season (jul-aug), when the majority of visitors come here. ... The weather remains mild, with the average daytime winter temperature being 7°c (44°f).

If you’re a fan of festivals, then you’ve made the right decision for your vacation, as numerous celebrations take place all over Montenegro every month. Montenegro holidays and events here are based on religious occasions, beloved folk traditions of music and dance and the changing of the seasons. Two of the favorites are the Kotor Carnival and the Mimosa Festival.

St Tryphon Festival

This February religious event in Kotor commemorates the martyrdom of the popular saint with processions, church services and folk performances in front of the cathedral.

Kotor Carnival

Kotor Carnival is one of the liveliest festivals in Montenegro, kicking off every February with masked balls for adults and children. Theaters put on traditional shows, concerts are held in the streets and venues, restaurants offer special menus, and the streets throng with costumed revelers enjoying performers, fireworks and parades. Another similar carnival is held in Kotor every August.

Mimosa Festival

The Mimosa Festival, held all over Montenegro in February/march, celebrates the coming of spring with the appearance of the first fragrant, yellow mimosa blossoms. The event lasts for several weeks with fine art exhibitions, traditional and modern theater, music and dance, and street fun. Flower shows are a highlight, and costumed girls holding branches of the flowing shrub travel between towns to visit friends and relatives.

Easter

Orthodox Easter falls on average two weeks later than in Catholic and Protestant countries, with Holy Week usually held in late April. Processions carrying images of Christ and local saints wind around the streets to the churches and cathedrals, and candlelit services draw huge crowds.

Music of the Summer

This iconic event is held in Budva over the four summer months, beginning in June to celebrate the traditional musical heritage of Montenegro in all its forms from brass bands to vocal groups, traditional ensembles and more. The concerts are held in various venues, often in the open air main squares, and is welcomed by a huge musical parade to the Old Town to the Square of Poets.

Kotor International Fashion Festival

Another Montenegrin event popular with visitors is July’s International Fashion Festival, held annually in Kotor over several days. Top designers from the Balkan nations and the rest of the world attend to share their designs with fashion-forward locals.

Perast Music Festival

Held in the charming town of Perast, the annual Montenegro music festival takes place every August, and is a focus for internationally-known singers, musicians, instrumentalists, and orchestras. Concerts are held in venues all over town, and the event attracts a large number of overseas visitors.

Gornja Lastva Fiesta

Gornja Lastva is a tiny village near Tivat, known for its August fiesta week dedicated to the preservation of traditional musical and dance in Montenegro. Balkan circle dancing and unique klapa male a-capella songs are the heart of the festival and the iconic Clapper music and other traditional Lastva folk songs draw visitors from Tivat and overseas.

Christmas Day

Orthodox Christmas falls at the end of the first week of January, and is a family-oriented time for church visits, celebrations with friends and carolling in the streets. Special meals are prepared, homes are decorated and gifts are given.

New Year’s Eve

New Year celebrations on Montenegro begin on December 31 and end on January 2 so you’ve got plenty of time to welcome in the new year with Montenegrin friends. Everything from street parties and entertainment to the traditional fireworks displays, concerts and other events are held, and hotels and restaurants host special events and parties.

Visas and Vaccinations
Visitors from the Us do not need a visa to enter Montenegro for a stay of up to 90 days. Citizens of the Uk, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and a long list of other countries may also enter visa-free for 90 days. Nationals of other countries will need to apply to their nearest Montenegrin Embassy for information on visa requirements and costs.

Health and Safety

Although no specific vaccinations are required for travel to Montenegro, routine shots should be kept up to date and hepatitis A and B, typhoid and rabies are recommended for those wishing to do more active, outdoorsy pursuits. Travelers’ diarrhea is a risk, and bottled water should always be consumed. If you’re traveling in rural areas, there’s a slight risk of tick-borne encephalitis. Although major hospitals have well-trained medical staff, some equipment may be outdated, and outside the cities, expert hospital care is rare. Those on regular medications should bring enough to last the entire vacation, and full health insurance is recommended. Visitors from the Uk can get free medical treatment via a reciprocal agreement, but Us nationals will need to pay cash upfront.

Montenegro is a relatively safe country, although tourists should take care of their valuables and cash as pickpocketing in crowded areas around the beach resorts and major attractions does occur. Beggars are a problem, and are invariably part of a local crime syndicate. The Kosovo border should be avoided as unexploded munitions and landmines are still being found, and stay away from areas where there is military activity. Driving at night is not recommended, nor is walking alone down dark streets.

Entertainment and nightlife in Montenegro are at their best in the capital and the beach resorts, with lively dance clubs, friendly pubs and buzzing live music offering a taste of local brews and a chance to interact with the residents. In general, bars close around 1:00 a.m., although many revelers continue on to the basement clubs in the city centers. Friday and Saturday nights are the wildest, with half the town in summer crowding the open-air bars open only during the high season. Restaurants in the cities and resorts offer a good choice of local dishes and international foods, and trendy cafés serve snacks along with strong coffee.

Bars and Pubbing in Montenegro

Most of Podgorica’s cafés and bars are set around pedestrianised
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The Villa Perast Apartments are set within a large, old stone-built house, brimming with character, perfectly located in the charming Unesco Protected baroque-period town of Perast. Two thirds of the stone house is separated into the three apartments, named after special people. This is Apt Sachi.

Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 0; Number of other rooms with beds: 1
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