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List of islands of Montenegro

 

List of islands of Montenegro

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:

Islands on Adriatic sea

In Bay of Kotor

Islands on Rivers and Lakes

Islands on 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 296 meters or about 971 feet (296 m) above Lake Skadar.

Tallest sea island — Sveti Nikola is 121 meters or about 397 feet (121 m) high. Second-highest is Sveti Marko, at 36 meters or about 118 feet (36 m).

List of islands

# Island Area(km²),(ha) Coordinates Location
1 Ada Bojana 4.81 (481 ha) Adriatic Sea
2 Vranjina 4.6 (460 ha) Skadar Lake
3 Sveti Nikola 0.445 (44.5 ha) Adriatic Sea
4 Slanko Island 0.44 (44 ha) Slansko Lake
5 Sveti Marko 0.32 (32 ha) Bay of Kotor
6 Beška 0.15 (15 ha) Skadar Lake
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