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is 3 km from Tivat city center in Montenegro, 6 km from Kotor. Lapetane, a charming fishing village, is on the Adriatic coast in the middle of Boka Kotorska bay. There are five apart rooms and a swimming pool. Our rooms have a bedroom and a bathroom with an American kitchen.

There is 1 double bed in the bedroom, and a sofa which can be a double bed when opened, so 4 people can easily accommodate each room. The view from the balcony of the rooms will make you live your own fairy tale world. Every time of day the sunlight is reflected in the mountains in different colors is quite magical.

You can go directly to the sea from the front of the TALE HOUSE MONTENEGRO, you can go to the Kamenari on the opposite shore, in this way you can shorten the road to Hesek Novi. You can start the walk right next to our hotel. Nearby points of interest easily: Saint Mark Stradioti Island, Lady of Grace Island, Flowers Island ...

Our hotel is in a lush green bay with old stone houses, high palms and lots of fruit trees. Podgorica is 60 km away from the pavilion, 44 km from the Dubrovnik Airport and 5 km away from Tivat airport. We can help you with your arrival and departure transfers.

When you come to Lepetane, you will feel the calmness of the air and the relaxed, intimate atmosphere will give you time not to be worried, stressed and not chased daily. You can watch the passage of long-distance boats, or you can cruise the whole village boat.

Make Yourself At Home



  • Kitchen in all rooms
  • Free wi-fi
  • Washing machine in all rooms
  • Dish washer in all rooms
  • Owen in all rooms
  • Geyser in all rooms
  • Refrigerator in all rooms
  • Toaster in all rooms
  • Hair dryer in all rooms
  • Room service
  • Tea and coffee facilities in all rooms
  • Balkony in all rooms
  • Sea view in all rooms
  • Garden
  • 150 mt distance to the seaside
  • Airport transportation
  • Terrace bar
  • Pool
  • Pet friendly
In Montenegro there are Top Places


In Montenegro there are Top Places that you must visit, over natural resources, religious and historical monuments, to entertainment, events and activities such as hiking, biking, rafting, paragliding, swimming, skiing, etc. If you prefer active holiday, Montenegro is perfect place, because of very wide offer of tours that contain various types of activities. From adrenaline activities, to very nice hiking or biking tours. One is for sure, everyone can find proper entertainment in Montenegro. From Montenegro Coast over Central to the North, there is so many fantastic places for active holiday. Some Tourist Agencies in Montenegro are specialised for great activities service and many unique tours. Montenegro is a country rich with culture. Each town has its own story, so it can be quite challenging to decide where to go and what to see. We know the struggle, so our editors have made a list ofTop five must-visit places in Montenegro.


For many years,

Kotor has been attracting numbers of tourists from all over the world and for a reason. Over 2000 years old, it is truly a fortification masterpiece.
Located in a surreal and unique atmosphere of Boka Bay, trapped in time, Kotor will tell you about the ancient legends and some amazing stories. Surrounded by dark mountains, the city is remarkably, stunningly beautiful and Kotor’s Old Town is a Venetian maze of cobblestone streets.
Too see it for yourself, we suggest you start packing your things, and do not forget your camera. We guarantee that you will be impressed with Kotor and the entire Boka Kotorska Bay.

Sveti Stefan

One of the most famous

and prestigious places in Montenegro – Sveti Stefan (St Stephen) is only 15 minutes away from Budva.
The tiny island of Sveti Stefan is situated just off the Montenegrin coast and it used to be a fishing village. Today, it’s a luxury resort ready to meet your needs.
The island itself is very small, connected to the mainland only by a narrow bridge, with the stone houses tightly packed together on top of the rocks. Guests who come here can stay in everything from individual rooms to entire villas with private pools and terraces, offering a magnificent view of the sea. The island is a perfect blend of rustic and elegant. If this isn’t enough, Aman Sveti Stefan offers two pools open to all guests, a spa with an infinity pool, a gym and several restaurants.

Skadar Lake

Skadar Lake, also known as Lake Scutari,

Lake Shkodër and Lake Shkodra, is located in the so-called Zeta-Skadar valley. Indescribable and in many ways unique, with a surface area that seasonally fluctuates between 370 to 530 sq km, it’s the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula. Driving through the newly built Sozina tunnel, the lake is only a short 20 minute drive away from the Adriatic Sea.
The river Bojana creates a connection between Skadar Lake and the Adriatic Sea through a large mountain massive that separates the two. Two thirds of the lake belong to Montenegro, while one third belongs to the Republic of Albania.
The Montenegrin part of the lake, at a size of 400 sq km, was declared a National Park in 1983.


Perast is one of the most beautiful

little places in Boka Bay, located just a few kilometres from Kotor. It looks like a piece of Venice that has floated down the Adriatic.
This tiny town boasts 16 churches and 17 formerly grand palazzos.
Perast’s most famous landmarks are actually right in the middle of the waters- two picturesque islands with quite the story behind them – Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Škrpjela) and Island of Saint George.

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