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January in Montenegro

A Coastal Gem Meets Alpine Wonderland

Why choosing Montenegro, and more specifically the Budva Riviera, in January

When the calendar page flips to January, Montenegro presents an intoxicating blend of coastal tranquility and alpine exhilaration.
The Budva Riviera, with its Mediterranean charm, harmoniously coexists with the snowy peaks of Kolašin, making January in Montenegro an adventure-seeker's dream and a relaxation enthusiast’s paradise.
Autumn along the Montenegrin coast
Sunlit January Days on the Budva Riviera

If winter blues have you pining for sun, the Budva Riviera in January might just be your panacea.

With approximately 120 sunlit hours throughout the month, visitors can still enjoy leisurely walks along the coast, the golden rays casting a soft glow over the Adriatic.

The average temperatures hover between 6°C to 12°C, offering a mild winter feel that is crisp yet pleasant.
Why Budva Riviera Shines Brightest in January:
  • Tranquil Coasts: Experience the serene side of Budva without the bustling summer crowds. The beaches, quieter and more reflective, provide a perfect setting for introspective beachcombing or meditative moments.
  • Gastronomic Delights: Montenegrin cuisine in January leans heavily on hearty winter dishes, with local restaurants in Budva serving up warming stews, fresh seafood, and an array of baked goods to complement the chill in the air.
  • Cultural Deep Dive: January is an ideal month to explore the historic nooks of the Budva Riviera, from churches to museums, minus the tourist throng.

From Seashore to Slopes: Embracing Kolašin's Winter Sports
Terrace at SUNRAF in autumn
Sunraf Terrace in the autumn - a perfect place for sunset gazing
A standout advantage of vacationing in Montenegro's coastal region, especially from the vantage of SUNRAF, is the proximity to the country's winter sports capital, Kolašin.

A mere two-hour drive, and you transition from the mild coast to the snow-clad mountain ranges, ready for skiing, snowboarding, and more.

Kolašin, bathed in snow in January, becomes a hub for winter sports enthusiasts.

Whether you're a seasoned skier or a first-timer, the slopes cater to all levels. Plus, the après-ski scene, with cozy chalets and hot cocoa, adds to the wintry allure.

January's Dual Appeal

The beauty of Montenegro in January lies in its dual offerings. In the span of a day, you can bask in the mild sun on the Budva Riviera and later carve out snow trails in Kolašin.

It's this juxtaposition of seaside calm and mountain thrill that makes January in Montenegro a unique and unforgettable experience.
In Summary
If your January desires oscillate between sunlit coastal retreats and adrenaline-pumping alpine activities, Montenegro, with its proximity benefits from SUNRAF, presents the perfect solution.
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Sunraf - complex of apartments on the Adriatic Sea, combining comfort and closeness to nature.

We offer our guests special conditions for long-term rentals of apartments outside the tourist season.

Discover life among the picturesque mountains, where the birds sing and the fruit trees grow, and the feeling of tranquility arises on the soul.

Apartment №36

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The management company takes care of your property. If you wish, we will undertake to rent out your apartment while you are away, so you can earn additional income.

Renting your apartment out can provide you with a stable income of 4-6% per year, let alone the increase in the value of the property itself.

70% for the owner
30% for the management company