‘Bokelj’ seafarers, as sailors from the Bay of Kotor were known, risked life and limb at sea, but the spoils for the successful were grand. Tripkovic Palace near Kotor is a prime example of the grandeur and luxury that abounded in the bay. The baroque palace was built from Korcula stone from Croatia at the end of the 18th century by Captain Andrija Jozo Tripkovic. The palace covers four floors and has sprawling, terraced gardens. Inside there are seven bedrooms, and, for the right price, the palace is looking for a new owner.
Tripkovic Palace, Put 1 Bokeljske Brigade, Dobrota, Montenegro