About Budva

There is kind of beauty one can never get enough of. It relaxes you, makes you feel at peace, attracts and enchants you.

Exotic sceneries are not necessarily far and inaccessible. In the heart of the Adriatic coast of Montenegro there is a town called Budva waiting for you and a holiday of your dreams may come true.

All you have to do is to decide and there are as many as 35 beautiful sandy beaches (8 beaches are marked with blue flags – a prestigious international award for quality and high standards of service at the beaches). There are the clean and safe sea and beaches along which you can swim as long as you feel like it. There are 84, mostly three- and four-star hotels (capacity of over 13,000 beds), about 100 private villas and bed and breakfast inns and private accommodation (60,000 beds) of various options. The day- and night-life offers unique opportunities to enjoy theatre plays and performances, music events and entertainment programmes.

To understand and to get to know the local people – Pastrovices, Mains, Grbljans and others - and their culture better, you are welcome to try traditional cuisine in a warm and hospitable environment. A visit to the walls of the Old Town of Budva is a must. You will experience the ancient spirit and charm of the renaissance period in Budva. 


Bečići is a relaxed place, just 3 km away from Budva and connected to the old town of Budva by a picturesque seaside promenade. Its beautiful beach and facilities make it an ideal choice for a peaceful vacation.

The Becici beach won the “Grand Prix” in 1935 in Paris, and the title of the most beautiful beach in Europe and, thirty years later, it won the Golden Palm Award as the most beautiful beach in the Mediterranean. It is around 2,000 metres long, and covers an area of around 99,000 square metres. The beach has some of the cleanest water anywhere. The beach extends from the Zavala cape to the Djevistinje cape, and is divided into several hotel and public beaches. It is surrounded by the highest category hotels and excellent restaurants offering both national and international cuisine. There are many hospitality, entertainment and sports facilities on the beach and along the beach, while the promenade alongside the beach leads to Kamenovo in one direction and the Old Town in the other.


For further information on Budva please refer to the following link: www.budva.travel




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