I discovered Montenegro about ten years ago and I'm lucky enough to have a house overlooking the Bay of Kotor. The Great Gatsby claimed to have fought there in the First World War but few people visit preferring it's tourist friendly neighbour Croatia and the walled city of Dubrovnik.
Montenegro is a land of contrasts. The coastline is rocky and savage but overlooks the peaceful Adriatic and the serene Bay of Kotor.
Kotor is a miniature Dubrovnik clawing its way up the mountains that have forever isolated the country from the rest of Yugoslavia. It's walls at times impossible to separate from the rocky escarpment.
The bay is the southern most fjord in Europe and today huge cruise ships pull up on the road side next to the medieval gates of Kotor taking advantage of the deep water.
Here is an excellent piece on Montenegro from the BBC - Cheese, beer and a wonderful view