is a hamlet across the bay from Kotor
, on the opposite (western) shore of the gulf of Kotor
This village is famous for attracting many wealthy sea captains in centuries past. When the Bay of Kotor was part of the Austrian empire, Emperor Franz Josef came here and was greeted by several dozens of uniformed ship captains.
By bus, Prčanj is well connected from Kotor. 4km (10 mins).
Otherwise, taxis can be arranged in Kotor. A trip to/from Kotor old town/bus station by meter run taxi will cost around EUR 5 (summer 2016).
St Peters Church - Orthodox Church
Bogorodičin Hram - Catholic Church
Nautical Museum - Dedcated to famous sailor from the area
Hire - Bicycle, Canoe, Vespa, Boat
Sport - Football, Tennis, Table Tennis, Basketball, Sailing, Water Volleyball, Fishing
Souvenirs - the post office is a good place for souvenirs, internet and phone cards.
- Restaurant Center - Good seafood, lamb, grill. Pizza, pasta (great quality and cheap!)
- Restaurant Lanterna - Great location on the water. Pasta and extra Seafood (mussels and crab recommended). Montenegro wine (Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet and extra good Black Montenegro (Vranac) and Apéritif (Kruna and Prvijenac).
- Snack Bar
- Mini Market - Three!
Accommodation in Prčanj varies from renting a room for €10 to a four-star hotel. There are big differences in prices of accommodation depending on the time of the year.
- Hotel Splendido - 4 Star hotel at start of town.
- Mirella Appartments, +381 (032) 337307 or Mobile: +38 (0) 169631418, email: [email protected] Friendly family-run apartments catering to a wide range of budgets (Rooms from €10-50). The hosts are excellent and treat you like royalty - their personal touch of food, wine, literature (in English, German and Italian), free WiFi plus local insight will make your visit to Montenegro truly memorable. If you wish they can plan your day - free transfers into town (15mins), boat hire, bicycles, fishing trips and excursions to Perast, Kotor, Budva and Island of Sveti Stefan (€20-30).