As you know, the eco-status of our hotel Carrubba has been confirmed by the Green Key certificate for many years and this year we have again showed our compliance with the standards. We believe that the current situation in the field of tourism and hospitality will soon end and we are ready to welcome our guests and provide them with an eco-friendly holiday.
Rocky landscapes, sharp peaks, wild and difficult to access nature, are the reasons why Prokletije got its name, which is associated with the cruelty of this mountain massif and the hard life of the people who are living in this area. On the other hand, the visual impression you will experience during the first encounter with Prokletije very quickly changes the impression of the natural beauties of this area, magnificent lakes, pastures, and forests. The geographical position of Prokletije and the relatively poor traffic connection with the surrounding places have made this mountain still a very interesting and inexhaustible source of exploration of untouched nature, especially attractive to nature lovers, mountaineers, and alpinists, people with an adventurous spirit.
Everyone drinks coffee. But tea is for philosophers!
We hasten to inform that the bar Punto Crudo is open again and is waiting for you.
We send you lots of positive energy, nice thoughts, best wishes and unconditional love.
Photo: Fedor Swarovski
Due to the current situation with the Coronavirus, our hotels and restaurant are closed until the end of April.
We send positive thoughts to all of you and waiting for you after the situation will be under control.
See you soon!
Did you know that the name of the Carrubba hotel appeared due to the proximity of a huge one and a half-century-old carob? In the Sicilian dialect of Italian, this tree is called that way. It is really magnificent and inspires our guests, as a result of which the following pictures appear:
In the period from Catholic to Orthodox Christmas, the Kotor touristic organization offers residents and guests of the city an extensive entertainment program – join us!
The Tivat Tourism Organization informs the public that five New Year’s bazaars will be held as part of the Tivat Winter Fairytale 2020 project. These bazaars will be organized by the NGO Harlekin every Sunday of the month at Riva Pine starting at 11 AM. The first in a row will take place as early as Sunday, December 1, with the next ones coming on December 8, 15, 22 and 28. Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy a rich offer of handmade souvenirs, decorations and various themed handicrafts, which will be found on the ornate stands along the Pine promenade.
Come and be part of the Winter Tale in Tivat.
Summer is over, but Montenegro is still waiting for you! In addition to its impressive cultural and historical heritage and natural beauties, Tivat offers its guests winter entertainment: exhibitions, concerts, and – attention – ice rink!
September, 23 at 18:30 Hotel ZEBRA
The Russian sound is «Volga»! Listen to the sound of The Russian Earth!
«Volga» is an ethnic-electronic project founded in Moscow in 1997. The project has recorded several albums and gives concerts in different countries of the world.
The music of «Volga» combines industrial electronics (multi-instrumentalists Roman Lebedev, Alexei Borisov), elements of ancient Russian folklore (owner of a soulful, bewitching voice, singer Angela Manukyan is fluent in different vocal techniques) and ritual motifs of world music (artist and creator of original musical instruments Yuri Balashov – a sound souk and a Tibetan bowl).
The first 50 people are free! For all next 10 Euros for entry.
For reservation please call +382 69 184 400