BEACHES IN BUDVA
Jaz beach entered history in May 2007 when the Rolling Stones held their concert on this beach, north of Budva. The best way to reach it is to take highway towards Tivat and then, after 2,5km from Budva, look for the sign for a left hand turn. The beach is sheltered from the surroundings by low hill and, for better or worse, still retains the atmosphere of unrefined spontaneity. The 800m long beach consists of large pebbles descending into the turquoise sea. There are several bars and restaurants; rooms and apartments for rent are also to be found here but it majority of its users come from the large caravan site behind it, accommodating some two thousand people.
If you continue behind the camp Jaz you will reach beach Trsteno, a deep inlet of dark blue sea with a 200 m long sandy beach. Due to the bad road leading to it, this beach is a bit more secluded and quieter, though this rule does not apply to the high season.
Beach “Ploče” is located 1km from beach Trsteno (9 kilometers from Budva). It is located in the central part of the Montenegrin coast, with the area of 10,000 m2.The beach is composed of rocky and sandy parts. Rocky part dominated pools for children and adults.
A short walk along a narrow foot path from the old town of Budva and hotel Avala takes you to the Mogren beach, a narrow strip a fine sand lying under precipitous rocks. Its two parts are joined by tunnel cutting through the rock-face. This is a hotel beach and there is a charge to enter. Due to the steep descent, the bright blue sea quickly changes to deeper colors.
RIČARDOVA GLAVA BEACH ( BRIJEG OD BUDVE) AND PIZANA BEACH
There are town small beaches right in front of the old town of Budva. This popular beach lies underneath the walls of the Old Town, next to the square in front of the Land Gate. The hundred meter long pebble beach is almost always packed and is the location for many parties as well as Pizana beach. Pizana is the most popular beach among the local people from the old town.
The main place for enjoying the sea in Budva is the long Slovenska beach, stretching 1600m from the town marina along the bay to Hotel "Park". The beaches is lined with restaurants and serves as a promenade and the place with, on the other hand, means lots of people and noise. But here guests can find all beach entertainments and a lot of restaurants and fast food restaurants.
ST. NIKOLA BEACH
Facing Slovenska beach lies the isle Sveti Nikola with its own beach . This is the largest island of this area of the Adriatic. The length of 2 km and its position closes the Gulf of Budva. The island is covered with grass typical Mediterranean vegetation, most of the conifer tree. Represents a 'haven for birds and is also rich in small game. The island has three sandy beaches 840m long in total, with the surface of 2700 m².
It is considered as one of the most beautiful and longest beaches on the south Adriatic. It is sandy and 1950m long. With its immediate surroundings, it represents a complex tourist settlement. It can be regarded as a bathing zone with all accompanying facilities; a zone for sport, recreation and relaxation, with arranged green areas and various sport fields. In Paris in 1935, the beach of Bečići was awarded a Grand Prix “Golden Palm” as the most beautiful beach in Europe.
This beach is 6 km far away from Budva, easily accessible from the highway. This is 330m long sand beach with crystal clear waters. Facing south, it enjoys sunshine almost all day long.
Once a small fishing village, today, Pržno is dominated by the Hotel "Maestral" and dotted with villas and apartments, though some of the old olive groves still survive. The beach here is 260m long with sandy and rocky sections and is served by several restaurants and cafes.
A short walk from Pržno from its southern tip is Kraljičina plaža ( Qeen's Beach). Queen's Beach is located next to the Miločer beach and its attractiveness to fit into its environment. It is 120m long, with cypresses and olive trees in the hinterland. It was named after that was a favorite place of Queen Maria Karadjordjevic. That beach is forbidden for public.
Behind Quuen's beach is Miločer beach. It is situated beneath a former summer residence of the royal family Karađorđević, built in 1934. The beach is 280m long. It is surrounded by a grove covering 18ha, with rare exotic tree species, such as Lebanese cedar, tropical mimosas, Japanese medlars, cactuses, agavas... The beach of Miločer is a high-category sandy beach, representing, with its beautiful grove and an exclusive hotel, a perfect work of nature and man Entry on that amazing beach is charged by hotel Miločer
ST STEFAN BEACH
Bordering Queen's beach and Miločer beach is St. Stefan where one side of the sandbar leading to the island is a hotel beach while the other one is open to the public. Both are sandy and together are more than 700m long. Thought quite busy, these two are never noisy or annoyingly overcrowded.
CRVENA GLAVICA BEACH
Not far away is the camp Crvena Glavica ( 9km from Budva) with seven beaches of different types and sizes but all with their backs to the reddish rocks and thick gloves.
Next to it is Drobni Pijesak in a well sheltered cove of idyllic appearance. The beach is 240m long and covered with yellowish-white sand. On the beach there is spring of drinkable water. Beach is very well equipped and has a few restaurants.
PERAZIĆA DO BEACH
To reach Perazića Do you will need to take a right turn before Reževići Monastery, followed by steep descent and then another one on foot from the car park to the beach. The small sandy beach is sheltered on all sides by high cliffs and lush vegetation. The works in progress on hotel "As" will considerably widen the beach.
The town beach (gradska plaža) of Petrovac is located in a cove around which the town developed. 600m long and with fine reddish sand it is rather narrow and gets busy in high season but is otherwise clean and tidy.
The next inlet to the south of Petrovac is Lučice, 500m on foot from the town and its beach. Sheltered by a verdant hill on each side, it is 220m long with red sand. Several bars and restaurants operate here during the season.
2 km from Petrovac is one of the largest beaches of the Montenegrin seaside (2400m). Until recently it was wild and with no infrastructure but this is changing fast and hotel development is expected here as well.
Montenegro Hostel Team