Faith and monastery solid as rocks
High up in the rocky mountain belt, often hidden by clouds and fog, lies the Ostrog monastery - the largest Montenegrin shrine, built in the seventeenth century. This is the place where the relics of St Basil of Ostrog, the great wonderworker, are kept. After Christ's tomb and the Holy mountain, the Ostrog monastery is the third most visited shrine in the Christian world. It was built in height next to the rock, almost embedded in it, and looking at it fills every visitor with a certain respect for the artist who built this imposing structure and a strong faith that led him on the task. Therefore it is not surprising that the Ostrog monastery is the most visited shrine in Montenegro.
The recommended departure time is at 08:00. In approximately 45 minutes we reach the Montenegro border crossing, where for the crossing it is required to provide the passport or ID card. After we cross the border, we will have a 20-minutes coffee break. Upon the arrival to Ostrog, the client will have 2 hours for sightseeing. Then we will travel to the town of Budva, arriving there a bit before 14:00. In Budva the clients will have free time for lunch and swimming until 16:00. The foreseen return to the town of Dubrovnik is around 18:30.