Cheapest car hire in Tivat Airport
*daily rates in Tivat Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Useful things to know about Tivat Airport
- When Tivat Airport opened in the 1950s, your plane would have landed on a grass runway!
- The region saw a near 20% increase in visitors last year but it’s still a tranquil spot
- The airport is only 4kms from the town itself
- It’s not far to Budva, one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Adriatic Coast
- You’ll find the airport very busy but plans are in place for a huge expansion of the facilities
Mini Guide to Tivat
Why Travel to Tivat?
These days everyone is looking for the next ‘new’ destination and Tivat ticks many of the boxes. It’s a beautiful and serene coastal town set on a popular stretch of the Adriatic. Those who tire of the beach will find that a hire car can take them quickly up into stunning mountain scenery dotted with traditional villages, almost unchanged by time.
How Easy is it to Get There?
Whilst traditionally the haunt of Eastern European tourists, the expansion of the Montenegrin economy and the success of its national airline has meant it has opened up to new markets. Montenegro Airlines now fly from Gatwick Airport
into Tivat but travellers from other UK
airports may find flights into Dubrovnik
What’s the Airport Like?
It’s best to say it’s a little crowded as the size of the airport was not intended for the million plus passengers expected this year. Plans are in place for a big expansion but that’ll take some time to complete. For now, it’s a small and busy airport with limited but adequate facilities.
What is There to do Whilst I’m in Tivat?
You can idle away a few hours in the cafes that line the new marina then take a hire car trip up the mountain behind Tivat to see Gornja Lastva, a stunning medieval village that has been untouched by time. For even more peace and relaxation, try Tivat’s Botanical Gardens and in the evenings enjoy a local beer and a delicious local meal in one of the bayside restaurants. Swimming is a popular activity in the crystal clear bays that dot the coast either side of Tivat itself.