Montenegro, that is, Montenegro, with its magnificent beaches and historic tiny towns, is a must-have place on your holiday list!
Budva is also a holiday destination, one of the most famous music festivals of the European coast, which is also of interest to the Sea Dance Festival. We can remind you that this summer falls on August 30 and start with suggestions!
Here are suggestions that could fit into a short weekend getaway:
“Beach hopping” at Budva”
You can start your trip by taking a 2-hour tour with sightseeing boats departing from Budva Marina; you can explore all the famous bays and Islands briefly, especially the island of Sveti Stefan, wandering by the sea and photographing it. Sveti Stefan island, which was home to many celebrities at the time, currently operates as the world’s luxury hotel chain Aman resort.
Budva should be on your list at Morgen Beach near the center.
Walking through the narrow tunnel overlooking the Old town and the famous ballerina statue, the beach will admire the volcanic rock structures, you won’t want to get out of the clear water…
Paradise Island: Sveti Nikola
Another favorite beach is Sveti Nikola island, which local people call Hawai’i, where you can reach by taxi boats departing from Budva Marina every half hour ( 3 euro round trip only)! You have to go underwater and explore caves by snorkeling, paddling or canoeing around the island. Make sure your sea shoes are on your feet!
It’s hard to get out of the water, but you can take a break and throw in the famous beer ‘Niksicko’ at the beach bar.
If nature and caves tell me enough to partake in a little bit, Ploce beach is the right place. Although Jaz beach has lagged behind in the rankings relative to other beaches, its history may be intrigued by the fact that it has hosted Madonna and The Rolling Stones concerts…
Time for exploration in the city
In the evening (and early in the morning if you are an early bird ) you must disappear through the narrow and historic streets of Budva old town and follow the sea through the castle walls.
You can find traces of Mediterranean architecture and different cultures in this city, which is rich in history and has been home to various civilizations.
When the sun sets, Budva’s sweetest Square, under the Vine Restaurant Feral’da local wines with the pleasure of dinner with the fatigue of the day can throw … after dinner in the Marina, Il Gelato di Salvatore ‘ de, you can not find elsewhere in the flavor of Ferrero and Raffaelo ‘lu ice cream taste.
Now it’s Kotor discovery
The city, whose history dates back to antiquity, has witnessed 2 millennia… over the years, it has a very rich architecture and air, as it is home to different cultures such as Illyrians, Italians, French and Austrians.
The Budva-Kotor highway is one of the most scenic routes in Europe, don’t forget to stand on the road and take pictures and enjoy the view !
In the evening, Kotor’s Marina in the form of a sheltered bay, the city walls and the castle between the Old Town’da lost time… the region between the mountains, the sea and mountain views across every narrow street is surprised.
For sunset, you can choose from one of the street musicians in Saint nicola Square for dinner… with an aperitivo on the terrace of the Hotel Varder, against the historic houses and the castle.
Montenegro, which has made plans to go back on the road to return, really deserves all the praise with its uncompromising beauty.