Camping in Montenegro
At Spottocamp you can find 54 fantastic campsites in Montenegro. Whether you go by tent, camper or caravan, we find the best places to give you a great holiday.
What is the best period for camping in Montenegro?
The best time to camp in Montenegro is the months June to August. This is when there is less rain and the most hours of sunshine per day. With a maximum temperature of 29 degrees, July is the hottest month in Montenegro.
What does camping cost in Montenegro?
The average price of a campsite in Montenegro is €14.91 per night. This is an average price based on a car and two persons with a tent, caravan or camper.
On holiday in Montenegro.
In the Balkans lies the relatively small country of Montenegro, which is about two-thirds smaller than the Netherlands in terms of land area. Montenegro is situated on the Adriatic Sea, where it has approximately 294 kilometres of coastline. There are various beaches along the coast. The more than twelve kilometres long sandy beach Velika Plaža is the longest beach of the country and can be found in the southwest of Montenegro. Behind the relatively narrow coastal strip the landscape of Montenegro consists mainly of karst areas. Many areas are on average around one thousand metres above sea level, but there are also peaks within the Dinaric Alps that reach two thousand metres.
The climate in Montenegro
On the Adriatic coast lies the country of Montenegro (Crna Gora), which used to be part of Yugoslavia and separated from Serbia as an independent state in 2006. A large part of Montenegro consists of mountains and hills belonging to the Dinaric Alps. The lower-lying area along the coast has a Mediterranean climate (type Csa), with warm, dry summers and mild winters. The higher areas have a temperate maritime climate, with on average mild to rather cool winters and mild summers with an increased chance of very high maximum temperatures. This is because the cooling effect of the Adriatic Sea is much less pronounced in the mountain areas than along the coast and because warm air from the northeast and east lingers, as it were, against the mountain walls and can cause the thermometers to rise significantly. In Central Montenegro in particular, July and August can be scorching hot, with daytime temperatures rising to as high as 40 degrees Celsius.