Montenegro motorhome country guide

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Overview of Sveti Stefan island Montenegro
View of Sankt Georg island from boat Montenegro
Podgorica telecom tower light up at night Montenegro
View of fort from budva beach

Montenegro is not part of the EU but its currency is the Euro. On entering Montenegro you will need to pay €10 for ecology tax and you receive a sticker for the windscreen. Third party insurance is €15 for 15 days, extra days are charged at €1 per day.

Campsites, Motorhome Stopovers and Offsite-Parking in Montenegro (free wild camping)
Campsites are often described as Autocamp. www.montenegro.com lists Autocamps, including Autocamp Naluka in Morinja and Olivia Autocamp at Bar as well as detailing tourist information. 14 autocamps are listed on www.montenegro-travel.org/Camps.php. There are no motorhome stopovers in Montenegro and Offsite-Parking is likely to be tolerated away from touristy areas and out of season.

Driving your motorhome or campervan in Montenegro
Roads are of an average European standard. The coast road has fantastic scenery and takes one day to drive. Dipped headlights must be used at all times. LPG autogas is increasingly available.