Herceg Novi Tourist Board

Herceg Novi Tourist Board

Herceg Novi Security Center is located in the vicinity of the Health Center Herceg Novi.

Website http://www.domzdravljahn.me/ Email Address Nikole Ljubibratica 1, Topla, Herceg Novi Phone 1 +382 (0) 31 343 111 Phone 2 +382 (0) 31 343 027

Private medical institution “Meljine” hospital is located on the sea coast 3 km from the center of Herceg Novi in ​​a beautiful park of 50.000 square meters with 19 facilities of about 20.000 square meters. It has 92 beds in the hospital part and 150 in the area of ​​rehabilitation. It consists of the following health facilities: Department of Medical Rehabilitation, Internal department with coronary unit, Surgical Department, Oral and ORL sections, Gynecology and Obstetrics Department, Department of Radiology, Biochemical-Hematology Department, Microbiological department, Pharmacy, Transfusion Service, Dermato – venerology unit, Psychiatric unit, Department of Hyperbaric and Underwater medicine.

For all emergencies, Emergency Medical Service is continuously working and it is also located in the central building of the Health Center Herceg-Novi, and you can make a call on the number 124. * Note To emergency intervention teams is greatly helpful if at least a basic history of illness or medical information is entered into the mobile device. If they have to provide first aid to a person who is unconscious, it is good to know, for example, which medications that person is allergic to.

full-monte-campCamp Full Monte is an off-grid, clothing optional, eco campsite situated in an area of peaceful natural beauty in the hills above the main Montenegro/Croatia border. We are 5 minutes drive from the border and only 15 mins drive from the main town of Herceg Novi. Off-grid means we have no mains power, water or sewage but this does not mean luxury and comfort are compromised in any way. We have used modern alternative solutions to solve these problems. The result is an eco campsite that reduces the impact on the environment but that has all the facilities you would expect from a luxury campsite. We use solar power to generate our electricity and heat our water. Our compost toilets and urinals are odourless and waterless. You use them like an ordinary toilet you just don’t flush! You’ll also be providing fertilizer for our organic gardens and grounds. An ingenious “grey” water systems allows us to re-use all our waste water for irrigation. Wherever possible we reduce, re-use and re-cycle. Clothing optional means that from June 15th – September 2nd there is no obligation to wear clothes on site. It’s a great opportunity to be totally natural in nature but you wear as much or as little as you want. The choice is yours. If you don’t want the inconvenience of getting dressed before taking a shower & having breakfast, or want to avoid ugly tan-lines in the heat of the day, that’s fine. If you’d rather remain clothed then that’s fine too. All we ask is that you don’t make other people feel uncomfortable if their choice is different to yours. At times most guests will be naked, other times, particularly in the cooler evenings, most guests may be clothed. We are not a sex or swingers site, guests are expected to behave as they would at any other campsite or public place – they just might not wear clothes. After the first few minutes it seems perfectly natural. To ensure you have a quiet and peaceful camping holiday we do not allow vehicles on-site. There is parking outside the site. We are a small site so you are never more than 200m from your vehicle. We cannot accommodate camper vans or caravans. Bring your own tent or rent one of ours (advanced booking essential for tent hire). Prices start from 12 euros per person per night. For full details of our offer please click on the link to the Camp Full Monte website. If you’re still not sure then follow the links to our reviews on sites like Trip Advisor (we are rated number 1 in Herceg Novi), camping.info or Google business.
The second place for entry into the depths of the Orjen massif is the Vratlo notch, the meeting point of Mediterranean and crude and mountainous interior. Access is possible by a marked hiking trail (1h), or by weak macadam road (only for SUV) from the site Borici.4 There is a mountain lodge “Za Vratlom” (1160 m), an excellent starting point for many destinations located deeper in the mountain. Marked hiking trails lead to the speleo-archaeological site Zlijebi barrow (1300 m), 40 min. away from mountain lodge (light path), as well as to the peak Grab (1383 m), with the remains of the Austro-Hungarian watch-tower, at distance of 1 hour from mountain lodge by labeled mountain pPath (easy path). The medium-difficult paths include climbs to the surrounding peaks: Velko Cedilo (1446 m), Odljevo (1571 m) and Subra (1679 m), the most favorite hiking destination on t Orjen. It is 2: 30h from mountain lodge by labeled mountain path. There is an exceptional karst relief and endemic forest of pines (Pinus heldreichii). Subra is also a famous lookout. Be active!

The massif of Orjen belongs to the outer, coastal part of the Dinaric mountain system and its main peak, Veliki Kabao (1894 m) is also the highest point of the coastal Dinarides. It occupies an area of over 400 square km, of which the peripheral southwestern edge belongs to Croatia, northwestern to Bosnia and Herzegovina (Republic Srpska) and by far the largest part is part of Montenegro. Even though it does not belong to high mountains, Orjen in its relief gives just such an impression. From the main peak, numerous ridges diverge in almost radial direction of expansion, building in-betweens the area of Crkvice , Vrbanj and Zubci region, as well as the area of Bijela Gora.

Owing to their favorable position, Orjen and Herzegovina’s hinterland were in the past also interesting for Herceg Novi conquerors and especially for Austro-Hungarian Empire, which capacitated some of the hinterland springs and made functional roads, so that the army could easily reach strategic positions at that time. For this reason, the access to Orjen is enabled from all sides. From whichever side you come to it, it will welcome you with open view to the natural beauties of this area, as well as with its favorite view of the entrance to Boka and the sea. Massif Orjen is a part of the wreath of the coastal mountains of Montenegro and certainly its most interesting part. It occupies the south-western part of Montenegro. Considering the area, it is the largest mountain massif on the Adriatic. It is situated on the triangle border of Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, on an area of ​​about 400 square km. It is accessed from Vrbanj by hiking trail or by (poor) macadam road (10 km) to Orjen notch, from where there is another 1h by marked hiking trail to the main peak. There are three mountaineering huts on Orjen, of which the most representative is “Za Vratlom” (1160 m), and there are also mountain lodges „Vrbanj” (1010 m) and “Orjen sedlo” (1600 m). These lodges are not permanently opened and the prior announcement is preferable!

Vrbanj is the favorite mountain resort of citizens from Herceg Novi and their guests. There are restaurants, taverns, apartments, hiking lodges and sports grounds. Also, apart from the destination, Vrbanj is the starting point for going to the depths of Orjen. For walking, there are marked hiking trails to Katun Zukovica (1h), Vucji do (1: 30h) and Poljice (2: 30h). For more ambitious mountaineers, the most attractive route to Veliki Kabao (from Zubci) (1894 m), the main peak of Orjen massif and the highest point of the coastal Dinarides (4 h) and even more demanding trail to Subra (1679 m), also is 4 hours away.

Church of St. Varvara is located along the road, in the hamlet Gojkovici. A harmonious stone building is from the 17th century, renovated in 1849. GPS 42.502848, 18.495596 Vido’s peak site is located above Topla Bay and Sutorina field in the area of the village Svrcuge, near the village of Mokrine and Mokrine’s hamlet Lazarevici. From the architecture, there were discovered foundations of the church dedicated to St. Martyr Lazarus, prince of Serbia from the 15th century, which base belongs to the type of churches with arched holes characteristic for the period 15th -17th century on the territory of Old Herzegovina, part of the walls from the time of its reconstruction in 1889 and part of the Illyrian walls that served as foundation for the northern and southern walls of the church. Vido’s peak (781 m), with the recently renovated church and remains of the ancient site around, is a prime point of view. It is approached from the crossroad at the church of St. Varvara on Mokrine, initially of concrete an after that by steep macadam road, surmountable by walking, mountain biking, or by driving an off-road car and to the site itself there is another access to the mountain path leading through the village Svrcuge to the very top. GPS 42.500045, 18.465402 Be active!