Earthquakes nearly destroyed the secluded seaport of Kotor in 1573 and 1667. Situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, this port city historically has a strong Venetian influence which is clearly seen today in its architecture. Built in 1166, The Cathedral of Saint Typhoon is the city’s main tourist attraction. Inside Saint Typhoon, there’s an impressive collection of 14th century frescos and other artistic works. Popular destinations to also visit are the Gulf of Kotor and the well maintained medieval old town.