Foreign property demand is expected to continue rising, due to the launch of several new
flights from across Europe (such as from Brussels, Milan, Barcelona, London, Oslo and
Stockholm). In 2016, tourist arrivals rose by 10.2% y-o-y to 808,788 people. Then during the
first three quarters of 2017, tourist arrivals surged 18% to 737,753 people from the same
period last year.Montenegro property offers an excellent investment opportunity. The country
has a burgeoning tourist industry, bolstered by the government's Tourism Masterplan
2007-2020, which aims to develop high-end hotels, golf courses and other luxury facilities
in order to attract affluent tourists.