Nomad Capitalist, the world’s leading offshore consulting firm recognized Tivat as one of the potential destinations for digital nomads.
Andrew Henderson, it’s founder said: “If you want the beauty of Monaco but hope to keep a lower profile, then this town in the Bay of Kotor is ideal for you. It has everything you could ever want, including a yacht club, but it barely has 14,000 people.
Tivat is surrounded by beautiful mountains with sand-swept beaches, but without the hordes of tourists you would see in comparable locations.
The one mark against this location is that, since it uses the Euro, it’s not one of the cheapest places in Europe, or at least the Balkans.
But it more than makes up for it by being very business-friendly, and it is among the best places to live in Europe.
And to top it all off, for a short period of time, you can qualify for citizenship by investing in real estate in Montenegro. So, if you decide to live in this peaceful town on the marina, you might as well pick up a second citizenship while you’re at it!”
More about this at the link: Nomad Capitalist