Montenegro is a popular country among Russian tourists, located right on the Adriatic coast. The swimming season usually opens here in May, and tourists who come here in September often doubt whether the water will be warm enough.
Montenegro, also called Montenegro in some European languages, is a relatively small European state, with an area of less than 14 thousand square kilometers. It is located on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, therefore tourism is one of the main sectors of the country's economy. There are several well-known sea resorts on the territory of the state, among which are the sea coasts near the cities of Herceg Novi, Budva and others.
In addition, a stable flow of foreign tourists is important for Montenegro for another reason: the fact is that the country is not one of the countries that are members of the Schengen Agreement, but only claims this status. At the same time, the main currency circulating on the territory of the country is already the euro. However, being not a member of the Eurozone, Montenegro does not have the right to independently issue this currency on its territory, therefore, cash receipts from foreign tourists are the main source of euro inflow into the state.
In addition to the beautiful beaches and warm sea, tourists to the country are attracted by its cultural diversity and national identity. Thus, the capital of the country is Podgorica, and some of its ancient cities, for example, the settlement of Cetinje, are wonderful examples of traditional architecture, complemented by a developed tourist infrastructure that allows you to appreciate the national cuisine, music, clothes and other elements of the country's culture.
Weather in September
September in Montenegro is traditionally considered the velvet season, which is preferred by those who want to enjoy comfortable weather in the absence of tourist excitement. The average temperature in Montenegro in September becomes lower than in July or August, but it still rarely drops below + 25 ° C during the day, that is, it is quite comfortable, including for swimming.
An additional argument in favor of visiting Montenegro as a beach resort in September is the sea temperature, which has managed to warm up perfectly during the hot summer months: by September it reaches + 23 ° C, thus becoming almost equal to the ambient temperature. air. This provides bathers with exceptional comfort both at the moment of entering and exiting the water, which can be very important for tourists with children.
Rains at this time of the year are quite rare, and if they do happen, they pass quickly enough. If, during your vacation, one or two cool days stand out, this will not in the least interfere with a rich rest: on the contrary, these days can be used to give the skin a rest from the sun and get to know the numerous historical sights of this peculiar country.