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Ada Bojana
Katič and Sveta Neđelja
Gospa od Milosti
Mamula Island
Sveti Nikola Island
Sveti Stefan
Our Lady of the Rocks
Sveti Đorđe
Vranjina

This is a list of islands of Montenegro. Montenegro's islands are relatively small and they are not as nearly as numerous as in neighbouring Croatia. They are divided in islands on Adriatic sea, and those on Skadar lake:[1][2]

Adriatic sea

Bay of Kotor

Lake Skadar

Records

Largest island - Both Ada Bojana and Vranjina have an area of 4.8 square km.

Largest sea island — Sveti Nikola is about 36 hectares / 90 acres.

Tallest island — Vranjina rises at 303 meters above sea level.

Tallest sea island — Sveti Nikola is 121 meters high. Second-highest is Sveti Marko, at 36 meters.

List of islands

# Island Area(km²),(ha) Coordinates Location
1 Ada Bojana 4.81 (481 ha) 41°51′N 19°21′E / 41.850°N 19.350°E / 41.850; 19.350 (Ada Bojana) Adriatic Sea
2 Vranjina 4.6 (460 ha) 42°16′40″N 19°08′20″E / 42.27778°N 19.13889°E / 42.27778; 19.13889 (Vranjina) Skadar Lake
3 Slansko Island 0.44 (44 ha) 42°45′32″N 18°50′30″E / 42.75889°N 18.84167°E / 42.75889; 18.84167 (Slansko Island) Slano Lake
4 Sveti Nikola 0.36 (36 ha) 42°16′05″N 18°50′58″E / 42.26806°N 18.84944°E / 42.26806; 18.84944 (Sveti Nikola) Adriatic Sea
5 Sveti Marko 0.32 (32 ha) 42°24′40″N 18°41′31″E / 42.41111°N 18.69194°E / 42.41111; 18.69194 (Sveti Marko Island) Bay of Kotor
6 Beška 0.15 (15 ha) 42°09′55″N 19°13′48″E / 42.16528°N 19.23000°E / 42.16528; 19.23000 (Beška Island) Skadar Lake

References

  1. ^ Ostrva u Crnoj Gori, Porto Montenegro
  2. ^ Ostrva, Montenegro Travel