Summer time

The Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor is a World Heritage Site located in Montenegro that was inscribed in 1979. One finds beaches, some protected fishing areas, and there are of course some fine restaurants.
Risan is tucked away with Morinj and Perast, on the other end of the bay lies Kotor.
The old town of Kotor (called historically “Cattaro la Veneziana”[1]) is contained within the city walls and has a well preserved and restored medieval cityscape with notable buildings including the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (built-in 1166).

Karlsplatz terrace

Karlsplatz sits on a local stone plinth, two Vranac vines, quite old now, we have planted jasmin plumbago and two kiwis, Mr & Mrs of course!
The Kiwifruit plant (Actinidia deliclosa) originally stems from temperate parts of southwestern China and was traditionally known in England as the ‘Chinese gooseberry’. In the early 20th century, the plant was exported to Europe, the US and New Zealand, where the vast majority of kiwifruit is grown today.

Lake Skardar, is one of the largest lakes in Europe. In winter, rains make it swell up to 530 square km, it lies on the border of Albania and Montenegro.