Prcanj Travel Guide

  • The Terrace at Hotel Splendido
    The Terrace at Hotel Splendido
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  • The Terrace at Hotel Splendido
    The Terrace at Hotel Splendido
    by peterdhduncan
  • The Terrace at Hotel Splendido
    The Terrace at Hotel Splendido
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Prcanj Things to Do

  • Rose on the Lustica Peninsula

    Not worth a page on its own but we travelled to Rose on the edge of the Lustica Peninsula for an evening. This small village had a quayside front with no traffic. You have to park on the road on the edge of the village and walk in, it will take you about 2 minutes to walk. The front during the day was packed with families who were swimming. If you...

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  • Go to Kotor

    Kotor is between 5 and 8 km from Prcanj, depending on which part of the town you start from. Kotor is the town that dominates this part of the bay. All roads lead to Kotor from Prcanj. I should rephrase that and state that the one* road in Prcanj leads to Kotor. We took a few visits to Kotor for evening dinner and sightseeing. You can get there by...

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  • A trip to Przno Beach

    This is a popular beach and rightly so. The beach is found on the Lustica Peninsula and is well signposted. The road takes you right into the car park, there is no view of the beach from the road. You enter the car park, pay if necessary and get out...still no view of the beach. Go for a walk toward the font of the car park and yes there it is, the...

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  • Gospa od Andola

    At the top end of Stoliv there is a nearly hidden sign to this old and ruined chapel. A short little walk to the chapel gives a nice view over the bay over toward Perast. There were a couple of people fishing when we got there. A few other people arrived to take advantage of the quiet spot to sit and enjoy the sun and the view. If you travel past,...

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  • Watch the cruise ships

    One thing you can see from Perast is the cruise ships that make their way to Kotor on a daily basis. If you time your visit to Kotor right you can avoid the cruise ships crowds and the evening visitors. We found the best time to be in Kotor old town was about 4pm.

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  • Go for a hike

    There a number of pathways that are marked out that lead away from the bay front and into the hills behind. They are signposted with green signs and hikers pics. The one that I took to was a walk to Gornja (Upper) Stoliv, a barely inhabited old village. It was uphill for around half an hour and tough work for my basic fitness so take it slowly. The...

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  • Go to Church

    Prcanj has a number of churches but dominating the central part of the town is the Church of the Birth of our Lady (Crkva Rodena Bogorodice). It has a rather grand stairway leading up. The view from the terrace is also very nice and worth the effort to get to the top. It is unlikely that you will find the church open though save for the Sunday...

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  • Go for a swim

    There are plenty of places to go for a dip in the Bay along the single track road. There are a terraces along the road and a few small areas where you can walk into the sea. On our stay, many people just plonked down on the quayside.The main beach is at the north end of Prcanj either side of the border with Stoliv, two beaches around a small...

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  • Facilities to get by

    You can get by in Prcanj very easily. There are a few 'markets' or local stores that sell fresh fruit and veg, bread, cooked meats, milk and diary products and other foodstuffs and essentials. We found this one close to the Lantern restaurant the best laid out and with some English spoken to help us out. There is a bakery down the road with great...

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  • Relax on the Terrace of Hotel Splendido

    The Hotel Splendido, which is across the road from the Bokeljski Dvori Hotel where we were staying, has a superb terrace fronting onto the bay with a swimming pool and sunbeds, (including large four-poster ones!), which we were able to use for 8 euros a day with towels provided and drinks and food available from the bar.

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  • Franjevacki Manastir Svetog Nikole

    The town has several splendid monuments, such as this Franciscan monastery of St. Nicholas (Franjevacki manastir svetog Nikole).

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  • Župna Crkva

    The parish church dominates the town. It's situated on the Vrmac hill and is the biggest in the Kotor Bay.The New Church of Our Lady was built in 1789, following the plans of Bernadino Maccaruzzi.Next to the church, you can see the busts of Njegoš, Andrija Zmajevic, Josip Juraj Štrosmajer and other important people from the past.

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Prcanj Restaurants

  • The Bokeljski Dvori Hotel Restaurant

    We really liked this restaurant, the service was good and the food very well prepared. There is a terrace that looks out over the Bay opposite the car park of the Splindido Hotel. There is an extensive menu of local specialities of grilled meats and fish. The 'steak in lambs intestine' was one that added a bit of flavour to the grill that I...

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  • Relaxing view

    This restaurant was part of the Hotel Splendido. There is no real indication that it is there from the hotel entrance but the staff were very helpful and directed us to the terrace. The draw of this place is definitely the view. The hotel is built on the bay side of the road and there is nothing to block your view of the bay. The staff were very...

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  • Lantern Konoba

    We did not eat here but as the place was close to our accommodation, we ended up here for an evening drink. One night it was cool and we ended up inside which was great, a good vibe as they say. Local draught beer on sale as well as bottles, spirits and soft drinks.Food menu included pasta, pizza, grilled meats

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  • Restoran Kroket

    Good food and service at this restaurant. There is a terrace that looks out over the bay with seating areas inside and out. There were a variety of dishes here that we did not see anywhere else such as Pork cooked under the bell which is what I had. In our accommodation comment book there was a warning about asking for wine - they brought a €40...

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  • The Bokeljski Dvori Hotel Restaurant

    The Bokeljski Dvori Hotel is recommended as a place to stay in the Bradt Guide to Montenegro. During our visit to Montenegro in 2007, we stopped there for dinner one evening. From the terrace restaurant at the front of the hotel, there is a very extensive view over the bay to Kotor and the surrounding mountains. We were given a very good meal, and...

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  • Restaurant Tramontana

    The Restaurant Tramontana is situated at the front of the Hotel Splendido looking out over the bay. On the one occasion that we ate there, we sat at a table on the terrace close to the water, and the position, food and service were all superb: definitely one of the best meals we have had in Montenegro.

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Prcanj Transportation

  • Single Track Highway to Hell

    Prcanj and neighbouring villages Stoliv and Muo are all connected by one single track road. You take your insurance excess into dangerous territory when driving down here, there are some passing points but with buses, coaches, camper vans and impatient drivers and motor cyclists it is a tough few kms. To drive along here you need your wits about...

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  • View or Queue?

    Travelling to Prcanj from Heceg Novi direction leaves you with two choices1. Ferry at €4 per vehicle but free for foot passengers that connects Kamanari and Lapetani at teh neck of the Bay2. A 1 hour trek around the Bay of KotorWhen we took the ferry about 8 times during our stay and the most we waited was 10 minutes, and this was the height of...

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