The church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Our Lady's Temple) in coastal town of Prcanj is the largest sacral building in the Bay of Kotor, with a dome height of 31 m is one of the largest sacral buildings on the east coast of the Adriatic.In the curch you can find numerous works by Venetian painters of the 17th century: Piazzetta, Tiepolo, Balestra, Molinari, as well as numerous works by Yugoslavian artists: Kokolja, Mestrovic, Rosandic, Stojanovic, Milunovic and Lubarda.
Church of the Virgin
- 1,1 km
Church of St. Nicholas
- 1 km
The Church of St. Nicholas was built in the Baroque style, right next to the abandoned Franciscan monastery from which the last monks left in 1908. The church was severely damaged in the 1979 earthquake, and its restoration was completed only recently, in 2011. In the church you can find high altar made in Venice, with a picture of St. Nicholas, surrounded by a wooden carving on which are painted St. Peter and St. Paul.
- 230 m
The Tre Sorelle Palace (three sisters) is located in the southeastern part of Prčanj, right next to the coast. In written sources, the palace was first mentioned in the 16th century as Villa trium sororum, and that name has been retained to this day. It was the summer house of the Kotor noble family Buća, whose coat of arms can be found in several places on the building. This palace of unusual appearance and modest dimensions is the oldest building in Prčanj, and at the same time the only preserved Gothic palace in Boka, outside Kotor.
Kotor Old Town
- 4,3 km
Located in one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Kotor, the city of merchants and famous sailors has a lot to tell. The old town of Kotor is the best preserved medieval urban environment typical of cities built in the twelfth and fourteenth centuries. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have included Kotor in the UNESCO list of "World Natural and Cultural Heritage". Buildings, intertwined with streets and squares, stretch throughout the city. On one of them is the Cathedral of St. Tripun is a monument of Romanesque culture and one of the recognizable symbols of the city.
- 16,1 km
Perast, a sleepy baroque town not far from Kotor. The most beautiful buildings of this small town were built in the period from the 17th to the 18th century. At that time, the seafaring became stronger and the captains built magnificent villas that still captivate with their beauty. Perast is a quiet and peaceful city. It abounds in sacral monuments: the church of St. Nicholas, Parish Church, the island in front of Perast where the church of St. Djordje (XII), Our Lady of The Rocks: a baroque church built on an artificial island.
Our Lady of the Rocks
- 18,5 km
Our Lady of The Rocks, which stands proudly opposite the Old Town of Perast, is one of two charming islands located in the Bay of Kotor. There is a Roman Catholic church (with the same name) and a museum on this artificial island. It is considered one of the main tourist attractions in this part of the Adriatic due to the legend of its origin and unreal beauty. There is also an altar with rich details, made of Carrera marble sculpted by the famous sculptor from Genoa, Antonio Capelano. Legend has it that if you put your hand in the opening behind the altar where the icon of the Mother of God is located, the wish you imagine will be fulfilled.
- 12,1 km
Located in the spectacular Bay of Kotor, under the protection of UNESCO, Porto Montenegro is a synergy of attractive lifestyle of the world's clientele on this Mediterranean coast, marina and luxury nautical resort with real estate for sale and rent. Impressive marina with 450 berths, residences, attractive world brands, international gastronomic experience, elegant bars, sports, entertainment and art points, create a striking identity of the main promenade of Porto Montenegro.
- 4,4 km
The first on our list is the story of the Kotor fortress and the way to the medieval stairs that rise high above the city. This is an indispensable part of Kotor, which is described in old medieval documents as the ‘city-fortress of Kotor’. The ramparts were built as fortifications to protect and defend against attacks by various invaders of these areas from the sea and from the land. Around the Old Town of Kotor, the ramparts were built from the 9th to the 19th century. The majesty and spectacular form of the main walls surrounding the city were given in the XIII-XIV century while Kotor (Cattaro) was under the rule of the Venetian Republic (Republic of Venice, from northern Italy also called La Serenissima).