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Winter Wonders in Montenegro

From SUNRAF's Coastline to the Northern Peaks
Winter in Montenegro: A Season of Enchanting Beauty
Winter in Montenegro is a symphony of contrasting landscapes. While much of Europe is blanketed in snow, the coastline where SUNRAF is situated showcases a different side of the season. Yet, venture north, and Montenegro's snowy peaks offer an array of winter activities.
Winter in Rafailovici
SUNRAF's Coastal Embrace

Nestled on Montenegro's coastline, SUNRAF provides a unique winter escape. Instead of snow-laden landscapes, expect mild temperatures, serene seascapes, and a peaceful atmosphere as the tourist crowds thin out.

This is the time when the Adriatic Sea, though cooler, retains its azure allure, and the historic towns nearby, like Budva and Kotor, take on a quiet charm. Strolling the cobbled streets, you can savor the rich history without the bustling crowds of summer. The winter sunsets, with hues of orange, pink, and purple, are especially mesmerizing when viewed from SUNRAF's vantage points.
Autumn along the Montenegrin coast has its unique allure.

As temperatures gently recede from the summer highs, the climate remains pleasantly warm, perfect for enjoying the outdoors without the summer crowds.

The crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic remain inviting, and the vivid autumnal hues paint the landscape in shades of gold, amber, and russet.
Venturing North: A Snowy Adventure
For those craving snow and winter sports, Montenegro’s northern region is a haven. The mountains of Durmitor and Bjelasica come alive with snow-covered peaks, offering:
  • Skiing and Snowboarding: Resorts like Kolašin and Žabljak cater to both beginners and experts. With well-maintained slopes and modern facilities, they offer a great skiing experience.
  • Snowshoeing: Explore the snow-laden forests and meadows of Durmitor National Park with a snowshoeing expedition. It's an immersive way to connect with nature.
  • Ice Skating: Some areas, particularly around Žabljak, offer natural ice-skating opportunities when conditions are right.
  • Winter Hiking: For the adventurous, certain hiking trails remain accessible, offering breathtaking vistas of the winter landscape.
Savoring Winter Delights
Terrace at SUNRAF in autumn
Sunraf Terrace in the winter - a perfect place for sunset gazing
Whether on the coast or in the mountains, winter is also the season to indulge in Montenegro’s culinary delights.

Warm up with traditional dishes like "pasulj," a bean soup, or "sogan-dolma," stuffed onions.

Coastal restaurants might offer freshly caught fish, making for a perfect seaside winter meal, while the northern taverns provide heartier mountain fare.

Winter vibes by SUNRAF
Montenegro in winter is a tale of two experiences – the gentle coastal embrace of places like SUNRAF and the exhilarating snowy adventures of the north.

Together, they offer a winter escape that caters to relaxation and thrill-seekers alike.
So, whether you envision your winter by the calming sea or amidst snowflakes, Montenegro welcomes you with open arms.
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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