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Forte Mare fortress offers truly beautiful views to its visitors. The cost of entering is a symbolic sum and is definitely worth going for a nice little stroll through the Old Town to this important historical site. In the summer months, the fortress is used...More
Visited Herceg-Novi on a warm October afternoon, parked at the top near the main road and then walked down the steps and almost past this place. I decided to go in and have a look around and I'm glad I did.
It costs 2 Euros...More
One of the ports on our Mediterranean itinerary was Kotor however due to a bad storm the ship could not enter Kotor harbour. Instead, the captain decided that we would moor at Port Zelenika for us to visit Herceg Novi. We visited 2 forts, Forte...More
Not really sure what I expected but after climbing up stairs there wasn’t really anything there apart from the views.
There was a video to watch with English sub titles but only watched a bit of it.
There wasn’t anyone to tell you where to...More
We visited this fort in our way down the hill so were a little tired from the steps. There is an entrance fee if 2 Euros. You get excellent views across the bay o. A clear day. We didn't see all the fort and I...More
The first one who ordered a fort to be build in what is now Herceg Novi was the Bosnian king Tvrtko in 1382. After his rule various European powers and the Ottomans left their marks in altering and adding to the fortifications.
Forte Mare, also...More
The views are terrific from up here, but also go around the bottom and look up. A great photo op is down on the road underneath and also don't miss the video inside. You might miss going inside, but usually I heard the ticket taker...More
I think that those who mention an admission fee may be getting Fort Mare mixed up with the Citadel as I don't recall seeing anything about having to pay, or for that matter any reason why you would need to. The Fort is really no...More
At 2018, entrance cost is 2 euro. You don't really get much for that! There are views to be had over the bay and town, but that special.
There's Kanli Kula (citadel) at the top of town for the same price and that's far better...More