Back in May Montenegro became the first country in Europe to declare itself free of Covid-19, and as a result it’s borders were opened to tourists again on the 1st June, a massive positive for a country that relies so heavily on International visitors, and up until Covid-19 struck, had been becoming increasingly popular year on year.
Montenegro is a country well known for its stunning scenery and pristine beaches, and since the Internationally accepted & recognised Blue Flag scheme was introduced in Montenegro back in 2003, 32 bathing areas have now come under the spotlight, and have met the necessary criteria to be awarded ‘Blue Flag’ status.
On our journey throughout the coast of Montenegro, 30 minutes from Herceg Novi into the Bay of Kotor we are stoping in Risan. Founded as a small but beautiful village, Risan traces its origins to the ancient settlement of Rhizon, the oldest settlement in the Bay of Kotor. Lying in the innermost portion of the bay, the settlement was protected from the interior by inaccessible limestone cliffs of the Orjen mountain, the highest range of eastern Adriatic, and through several following narrow straits in the Boka Kotorska from the open sea.
We are delighted to share with you that the reputable investment consulting agency Remote Ventures has indexed Montenegro as the second most lucrative destination for investing in real estate in the year 2020, among 25 top real estate markets in the world.
Ready to check-in for Montenegro again? In the eve of the new sparkling season 2020, we would like to humbly share with you the very fantastic news. Montenegro, the majestic top-destination that was the last on in the queue of countries to have reported the cases of the intimidating virus, is officially the first corona-FREE country in Europe, cordially sharing our commitment to provision the very safe environment for our residents and guests.
Starting our journey through the cities of Montenegro we make the first stop in Herceg Novi. This coastal town is located at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor and at the foot of Mount Orjen. It is also recognisable by the abundance of mimosa trees and its numerous flights of stairs. The medieval town was founded on a small fishing village as a fortress in 1382.
We had the opportunity to give a lecture where the company leaders shared tips and experiences with students about a recipe for success of a young person in business. Students were able to hear an example of sector development from scratch as well as the bene
The festival of flowers in honor of the flower of Mimosa was established in Herceg-Novi in 1969. The idea came to life that year and since then it has been celebrated as a tourist event which makes the city of Herceg Novi full of numerous cultural and sporting events during the winter months as well as with inevitable festival of fish, wine and music, costume ball and carnival parades.
‘Stars of Wild Beauty’ will be held for the first time in Montenegro, from November 25 to 30, with members of the judging panel being eminent representatives from both foreign and domestic production companies, who will give awards to the best films in 30 categories.
The International award ceremony was held in London on October 24, 2019. This award is an even greater incentive for us to develop.
СММ Group representatives participated in the ‘’Place in the Sun’’, arranged in the UK. Exhibition in Birmingham is the biggest real estate abroad stage in Europe. This is a perfect place for foreign property search.
Representatives of CMM Company participate in the exhibition Place in the Sun, which takes place in London, Olympia.
Place in the Sun is the largest fair of foreign real estate in Europe, which is has gathered more than 150 exhibitors from all over the world.
With the program of economic citizenship, for the next three years 2,000 investors will get the opportunity to receive the passport of Montenegro.
Sunny Side Resort is located 400 meters from the sea and it has its own territory. Apart from the pool, the complex Sunny Side Resort will include a wellness center, with a Finnish sauna and a gym, as a gift which company CMM Investment Consulting Group gives to its customers.
Montenegro attracts not only numerous Russian tourists. A large number of Russians are investing money in the purchase of real estate in this Balkan country and seek to obtain a residence permit. Montenegrin authorities have decided to simplify the procedure for obtaining a residence permit and foreigners adopted amendments to the existing law on foreigners.
According to the experts of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), Montenegro takes the first place in the world in terms of growth of the tourism industry.
In the latest report of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), growth of the rates is predicted in the economy of Montenegro, and in 2014 the rates were increased from 2.4 to 2.8 percent.