Discover a selection of 2,500 vacation rentals in Montenegro that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and kitchens. Prices start at $34 per night, and villas and houses are popular options for a stay in Montenegro. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
Destination guide

Amazing Montenegro

It might be small, but Montenegro packs a hefty punch. This is a land of glimmering limestone peaks, of cerulean Adriatic waves that slosh against carved fjords. It's a breath-taker, a gasp-inducer. You can pick Montenegro vacation rentals that spill onto the pebbly coves of Kotor Bay or highland cabins that stud pine-forested peaks. Mystical cathedrals wreathed in tales of Byzantine empires and Ottoman Turks all make an appearance. Cobbled towns topped with castles are on the menu. And there's wine and food to die for.

Things to do

Don't miss Montenegro's Kotor

If you had to pick 1 truly bucket-list-worthy spot in Montenegro, it would surely be the Bay of Kotor. It's a bona fide wonder of Europe, carving inland between peaks with its beautiful and glimmering waters. Deep within is the town of Kotor itself. It's like a living museum, home to a rabbit warren of streets in the Old Town, where cobbled lanes open onto cafe-dotted piazzas. Head there to delve into the beautifully Baroque Maritime Museum and learn all about the seafaring feats of the locals. A glimpse of the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon is a must – it's considered one of the Med's most handsome churches.


Montenegro – a Mediterranean playground

Montenegro is a playground for lovers of the Med. Book yourself a Montenegro vacation rental in Budva or Kotor and you'll wake to the sound of the lapping Adriatic Sea. Boating outings mean finding empty pebble coves to call your own for the day. Local taverns mean uber-fresh seafood grilled on a BBQ. A host of excellent beaches means there's always time for a sunbathing session or a snorkel before lunch. Then come the mountains, soaring with lookouts, castles clutching to the rocks and hiking routes aplenty.


Montenegro's unmissable summers

Montenegro's riviera is the place to be in the summer months, between June and August. Everyone from jet-setters to yachties to sun-seekers flocks to the pebble coves and bubbling bars that range from Kotor to Budva – it's when Montenegro vacation rentals are at their most popular, for sure. That said, you could be in for hot weather and plenty of rays in fall, this far south in Europe, which makes September and October an option, too. Winter, running between December and March, heralds the rise of the ski resorts in the mountains.

Natural features

Montenegro is mountains and seas and more

Montenegro has it all, from soaring alpine mountains clad in pine forests and dressed in snow come winter, to shimmering Mediterranean beaches of blinding-white pebbles. Untouched wildernesses pop up with the primeval woods of Biogradska Gora, where old-growth woods straddle highlands and lakes. The Durmitor National Park is home to carved canyons that clock up some of the highest cliffs in Europe. The Lake Skadar National Park has the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula. The coast, meanwhile, sees Montenegro vacation rentals pepper postcard-worthy sands and islands, all spilling down to a sky-blue Adriatic Sea.

How many vacation rentals are available around Montenegro?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 2,298 vacation rentals around Montenegro. From 203 villa rentals to 487 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent a beach property in Montenegro?

If you're a pushover for seaside horizons and the sound of crashing waves, you're in luck! Fortunately, there are 604 beachside getaway properties to spirit yourself away to. Searching for a different vacation vibe? See if any of our other properties catch your eye. Our selection here includes:

  • 478 seaside vacation rentals.
  • 344 mountain-view vacation rentals.
  • 332 ocean-view vacation rentals.

Can I rent an apartment in Montenegro?

Forget about sterile hotel rooms. Explore this destination from the comfort of your very own apartment. You can choose from 1,614 different options on Vrbo. If you make your booking quick, you could spend as little as $18 per night. If that doesn't match your posse's taste, we have a range of other property types to pick from, such as:

  • House: 417 vacation homes. Prices start from $19 per night.
  • Villa: 196 vacation homes. Prices start from $30 per night.
  • Hotel: 183 vacation homes. Prices start from $33 per night.

Can I stay in Montenegro in a large group?

There's nothing quite like staying somewhere entirely new with close friends and family. The best news is Vrbo has some places suitable for big groups. 229 apartment vacation homes are ready to be booked. Currently, they're the top choice here for big groups. Rental accommodations in this area that can house large groups include:

  • If yours is a party of 6, we have 341 vacation homes suited to that size. Spend a night from just $31.
  • Require a place for 5 guests? We have 300 that will work well. You can get one for as little as $38 per night.
  • Planning a trip away with 8 guests? We've got 137 vacation homes that will be ideal. Prices begin at just $39 a night.

So don't fret! When you travel with us you'll be able to bring your mom, your grandma and all your mates to Montenegro.

Where are the cheapest rentals in Montenegro?

Bid farewell to sterile, drab chain-hotel rooms! Appreciate the charm of staying like a local in a great value rental instead. Get a load of the amazing options available for you now on Vrbo. Ulcinj has bargain written all over it. And with 99 Vrbo rentals at an average price of $81 a night, it's not difficult to see why. Podgorica is another place to check out. Vrbo has 547 rentals here, and the average price is around $84 per night.