Perast is a coastal town set beneath hills in the long bay of Kotor, close to islets of St. George and Our Lady of the Rock (Gospa od Škrpjela). Our Lady of the Rocks is an artificial island made of rocks. Legend says it was made when one of the brothers who lived there was miraculously healed. Perast resembles a mosaic made up of baroque buildings, including Saint Nicholas church on the main square and Bujović Palace, now a museum. Every summer, the Festival of Klapa songs is held in the town centre.After visiting wonderful and charming Perast, we are heading to the fortified town of Kotor. Natural and Cultural-Historical Region of Kotor is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its preserved medieval architecture, which was part of the Venetian Works of Defence between the 15th-17th centuries, harmonious natural integration and rich cultural history. There are many legends and stories about the town founding, one of which is especially interesting. According to this myth, a fairy named Alkima advised king Stefan Dusan to build his town by the sea instead of the surrounding hills, saying that “without the sea, there is no life for them”.Another legend, a Phoenician myth, says the town was founded after Argonauts had conquered the Golden Fleece. This beautiful town still holds remains of the Roman, Gothic and Baroque times. The most notable buildings, to name a few, are Cathedral of St. Tryphon which is the main symbol of the town; Pima Palace, unique for its Renaissance-Baroque architecture; Grgurina Palace, today's Navy Museum; Drago Palace, famous for its beautiful 15th-century Gothic windows, and many more.