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Weather in Montenegro

The Golden Season of the Budva Riviera

Find out more about the weather in Montenegro including seasons and locations and when is best to book a holiday here

Weather Data Source: Wetter Budva 30 tage
Montenegro's climate is influenced by its unique geography, marked by a blend of mountains, valleys, dense forests, and a notable coastline.
The country is primarily bifurcated into two distinct climatic realms - Mediterranean and Continental.
However, nuances exist within these zones, such as the looming Durmitor Range which is blanketed with expansive forests and experiences an alpine climate.

Seasons in Montenegro

Seasons in Montenegro

SUNRAF in spring
The Montenegrin coastline, particularly along the Adriatic, is characterized by a Mediterranean climate, with sizzling, arid summers and mild, wet winters.

During summer, temperature averages range from 26 to 30°C along the coast, 22 to 26°C in the continental parts, and a cooler 15 to 20°C in the mountainous areas.

Winter averages fluctuate between 5 to 10°C on the coast, -1 to 3°C in the continental territories, and a chilly -5 to 0°C in the mountains.

High Season in Montenegro
July / August

Montenegro's prime summer months, July and August, beckon with splendid weather and lure a plethora of tourists.

The days are exquisitely warm, and the sea temperatures are just perfect for a dive.

The island of Sveti Stefan boasts the highest sunlight hours, followed closely by areas like Budva, Kotor, and Herceg Novi.

This is also when prices peak and coastal areas hum with activity, enriched by various outdoor cultural events and an invigorating nightlife.

Mid Season in Montenegro
May, June, September, October

Road to Kamenovo beach
Road to Kamenovo beach
The intermediate months of May, June, September, and October in Montenegro offer delightful sunny days, optimal for immersing oneself in the Adriatic's waters and basking under the sun.

Tourist amenities are in full swing, but the crowd density is less, and so are the prices. It's a preferred period for outdoor enthusiasts looking to indulge in hiking, mountain biking, rafting, or sea kayaking.

The consistent maestral wind during late spring and early summer enhances the sailing experience.

Low Season in Montenegro
November to April

Inland Montenegro witnesses chilly winters, and this reflects in the pricing. Podgorica's streets come alive during Christmas, even amidst occasional snowfall, and winter sports enthusiasts can indulge in skiing.

However, several coastal accommodations and attractions shut their doors for the season, and the coastal weather takes a cooler turn.

Recomended seasons in Montenegro
With Montenegro's diverse climatic zones, travelers can choose a season that aligns with their preferences and indulge in the myriad experiences this Balkan gem has to offer.

Whether it's the allure of sunny beaches or the call of snowy peaks, Montenegro promises an unforgettable weather experience.
See also:
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

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