"God created the world in 6 days, and on the seventh day, without haste, he created this fjord under Lovcen" - Boyd

In this fjord, created by the hand of God, is Tivat. The Tivat Bay with its beauty leaves all visitors breathless. Clear sea, invigorating the air and the evergreen vegetation of this city provide a desire for rest in the embrace of a sense of freedom.

Virtual Tour Tivat

Virtual Tour of Tivat is a 3D presentation from the air of Tivat municipality. Complete Virtual Tour anticipates realization of few houndred panoramas 360° taken from the air, at altitudes of 25 to 500 meters, as well as their connection in a complex.
This presentation allows a guests to visit virtualy Tivat, and to have a detailed view of all settlement on the coast, essential tourist sites both - on the coast and in the hinterland, as well as all important historical and cultural sites (churches, fortresses, monuments, archaeological sites).

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Present yourself on Tivat Virtual Tour

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  • 1 - Virtual walk through the city and its surroundings

  • 2 - Touring and choosing
    hotel or apartment

  • 3 - Inform about
    the offer

  • 4 - Accommodation reservation


Guide to using the Virtual Tour

The Virtual Tour is interactive content, which means that the visitor selects the content to be viewed, as well as the type and zoom level of the display. It consists of a large number of interconnected panoramas 360°, and each of the panoramas allows the visitor to view the environment from one point to all directions.

Main menu

At the main menu at the top of the screen is located a list of all the locations covered by Virtual Tour. All 360° panoramas are grouped by zones and thematic entities. This subdivision allows you to easily find the desired location, as well as visit the territory according to your personal interests.


Rotating of 360° panorama is possible with mouse movements (all time left mouse button should be pressed), or by the arrows on the bar at the bottom of the screen. Zoom in and out is done by turning the mousewheel in one or other direction (or by clicking on the + and - signs in the bar at the bottom of the screen).


Moving through a Virtual Tour represents the transition from one point (panorama 360°) to another, thus making a virtual walk through the covered area. Moving from one point to another can be done in several ways:

  • by clicking on the mark that is appears on the screen,
  • by clicking the arrows at the ends of the bar at the bottom of the screen,
  • by selecting a 360° panorama from the list that is located on the same bar (another icon in the row).


The area covered by Virtual Tour is also on the map, which can be open with a click to the globe icon located in the bar at the bottom of the screen. All the points where panorama 360° was taken have marks on the map, so you can change panorama 360° by clicks on those points..

Virtual reality - VR


The Virtual Tour also provides a stereoscopic view (the glasses icon on the bar at the bottom of the screen), which (with special glasses) creates the observer experiences a very real presence at that point - Virtual Reality (VR). The second and third icons on the tape on the right, enable full screen view, or temporarily remove the icon bar.


All published footage (panorama 360°) are authored work of Falco Nero company. Tourist organisation of Tivat is the owner of website, any unauthorized copying is forbidden, and retains legal responsibility. Subsequent interventions that include inserting or deleting objects didn't use on the panoramas, so published panoramas 360° displays the actual situation on the location at the time of photographing (June 2019). If on some location were important changes on the objects or the environment, you can invite us to reiterate photographing.
All panoramas are taken from a larger range of random passers-by, so that recognizability of the persons at the Virtual Tour is practicaly impossible. However, if a person, vehicle or activity can be undoubtedly recognize, you are free to inform us about unwanted information being removed. All information on Virtual Tour are provided from public sources (mostly Wikipedia) and do not represent the copyright of the site, which also does not assume responsibility for the accuracy of the published information.