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This fortress, with a vast panoramic belvedere from which the entire coast of Budva can be seen, was erected by Austrians on the Kosmac hill in the late 19th century, at an altitude of about 800m above sea level. This place above the village of...more
We saw this fortress while driving from Cetinje to Budva and decided to stop - definitely a good choice! You can drive most of the way to it (albeit on a one lane road through a village), and then walk <1/4 mile up to the...More
The ascent is not very difficult and it takes about 15 minutes, but you need to beware of snakes (we saw only one at the fortress). The fortress may be dangerous to enter. Nevertheless it is a nice trip (you need a car to get...More
You really need a car to get here! The bus from Budva will stop at Braici and you can the walk to the fort. Buses going back to Budva seemed less inclined to stop, so I ended up thumbing a lift.
Quite a lot of...More
Fort Kosmač is situated adjacent to the village of Brajici, near Budva, on a hilltop. Sadly, the building is totally abandoned and in a poor condition. A spacious courtyard is situated outside the fort where a nice photos can be done. The views are great!...More
I'm so glad my husband and I stopped off today on our way from Cetinje to Budva. We parked at the trailhead and walked the 1.4km to the fortress. The path is paved with homes along the side until it turns to gravel and then...More
We found this by the odd chance as it was hidden in cloud when we first drove past! It is well worth the hike to see the structure of this old fort and the stunning views. Again no plaques detailing the history of the old...More
Kosmac fortress can be reached by car from the coastline near Budva, or by foot by walking up from Kamenovo through the forest and up the mountain (3 hours hike from the monastery). I have done both, and if you have the time, the hike...More