The village promise of a life less ordinary keeps on delivering with exciting new openings this summer, serving to cement the resort’s reputation as a world-leading shopping and leisure destination in the heart of the Adriatic.
Five Star Fashion boutique housing Ralph Lauren, La Martina & Gant, to BAGSY, a multi-brand accessory store and the village’s own literary hub, Kosmos bookstore, welcoming international book signings and other gatherings for book lovers. What’s more, the village introduces a gourmet super Voli – Montenegro’s beloved supermarket with a touch of added luxe to meet the needs of a growing luxury community.
A new eco-conscious, health-food shop, Portokali, meets the demands of the gluten-free, buckwheat-loving and raw-food crowd, with an on-site bakery, dairy corner and green market, as well as serving traditional hot and cold cuisines, salads and even an in-store winery. What’s more, Stories is a boutique new concept store, supporting homegrown and handmade Montenegrin products all under one roof – from art, jewelry and homeware, to skincare, handcrafted toys and accessories.
For gastronomes, Forza Porto brings authentic Boka delicacies with a modern and sophisticated twist, whilst its sister Marea, a new waterfront address, combine traditional Mediterranean cuisine with a blend of northern-inspired culinary specialties, meat dishes and specially curated wines.
Meanwhile, Montenegro Charter Limited, Vitreum Montenegro, Tabacco shop and Efel Nautic join the extensive list of retail businesses in Porto Montenegro.
An Open Art Studio by the Art Academy of Cetinje and Gayo Gallery will add to the artistic flavor of the Strada Navale street with the new Navale gastro bar, series of sculptures, street performances and live art classes.