ENJOY IN EVERY MOMENT
Forte Rose boasts activities for culture, nature and sports lovers. Surrounded by the most famous sites of Montenegro - Blue Caves, Mamula Prison Island, World War 2 Submarine Caves, shipwrecks, the nature of Lustica and secluded private beaches.
Feel the wind on your back!
SailingIf you never sailed before, you will have a chance to do so this summer at Forte Rose. We have our own sailing ship which is available to our guests, as well as few catamarans. For those who enjoy wind sailing across the Adriatic, we prepared sailboats to provide them with a movie-like experience. You may also anchor your vessel here at the Forte Rose pier which supports ships up to 30 meters in length. Daily sailing price across the Bay of Boka Kotorska - €450. In addition, our facilities offer 10 safe moorings for speedboats, sailboats, and yachts.
Sailing – 2-3 hours, 4 people max, price €300
Into the blue!
DivingIn the last couple of years, scuba diving in Montenegro has been in full development. The Adriatic Sea is a heaven for scuba divers. Along the Montenegrin coastline you can chose to go cave-diving, wreck diving, reef diving or to take part in an underwater dive safari. Two divings > 70 € Instructions about diving and equipment + one diving > 60€
Boat fishing or underwater fishing?
FishingYou've been wanting to try finishing for a long time? Rose locals will be happy to accompany you together with Rose's fishermen and take you out to sea for an adventure. Maybe even try underwater fishing - here you can experience it all!
Fishing – 3 h (09:00-12:00) – our equipment, rods, fishing tackle (bait), 3 persons max – price €200
Let's explore the bay!
Boat toursThe Blue Grotto is one of the most attractive in a series of caves located on the peninsula Luštica. It was named the Blue Grotto because of its unusual blue color which is the result of the reflection of sun rays on clear sunny days. The cave is attractive for divers and for the others. The next stage of the journey will take you to the infamous Mamula Island. A huge 90% of the island is made up of a fort first built in 1853 by Austro-Hungarian general Lazar Mamula to provide defense against enemy ships. During World War Two the fort was converted into a concentration camp known for its brutal torture and cruelty towards prisoners. Well preserved and completely open for exploring, the island is sure to impress even the most seasoned of travelers.
Biking & HikingMontenegro’s naturally mountainous landscape and rugged terrain give way to challenging, yet beautiful hiking trails that weave across the country. Breath-taking scenery, rocky landscapes and dramatic mountain views define the country and are testament to the definition of Montenegro, or ‘black mountain’. For hiking lovers, and bicycle passionist this natural paradise will give you an unforgettable experience. We recommend several walking and biking trails.
Cycling – 5 h (09:00-14:00), price €10 – along the paths defined on the website.