Budva Riviera | Holiday Villas and Apartments
The Budva Riviera, with its approximately twenty mile long coastline from Jaz to Buljarica, is one of the most popular holiday destinations not only in Montenegro but in Europe. Montenegro's largest and most beautiful beaches are found in a landscape of numerous bays between the limestone cliffs and protected by the Lovcen mountain chain from cold north winds. Nearly two miles of the Budva Riviera are fine beaches, of which Mogren, Becici and Petrovac are the most famous. Individual beach sections are awarded with the Blue Flag; an international award awarded for clean waters, high quality service standards and good environmental management at the beaches. Some of the beaches are open to the public, while the others are accessible only against fee.
The town of Budva
Budva is a beautiful coastal town, situated in the heart of the Adriatic coast of Montenegro. The city is one of the oldest settlements on the entire Adriatic coast. The historic old town of Budva, known for its red roof tiles, was built around 500 BCE.
Its most famous buildings are the three-nave church of Saint John the Baptist and the Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity. A medieval city wall surrounds the old town. All around, it offers beautiful views of the surroundings. The wide variety of cultural activities and facilities for young and old make Budva a particularly popular holiday destination, especially among cultural lovers. The famous citadel in the old town is the square where many concerts, theatrical performances, literary ceremonies or art exhibitions take place.
Island of Sveti Stefan
About five miles south of Budva you will find the exclusive and world famous island Sveti Stefan. Sveti Stefan became famous over the picturesque fishing village with the same name, with houses from the 15th century, which since the 1950s have been transformed into an exclusive site, preserving the original character of the streets, roofs and facades of houses. The small island town is connected to the mainland by a short dam and is now actually a peninsula. You can visit and admire it against fee. On your trips, you should also visit Milocer near Sveti Stefan, the once royal summer residence and the "Queen's Beach" in one of the most beautiful small coves on the Mediterranean.
Admire the local charms and the typical Mediterranean architecture of stone and wood, and discover the local customs and traditions, as well as taste delicious local cuisine.
Activities on the Budva Riviera
The surroundings and beautiful scenery offer numerous possibilities for an active and relaxing holiday - hiking, cycling, beach volleyball, kite flying, fishing, swimming, sailing, windsurfing, diving, water skiing, tennis.
Entertainments and events
Discover nice and tastefully decorated bars and cafes on the spectacular beaches and refresh yourself with a delicious cocktail. Relax on a walk along the wide and long promenade of Budva. Stop by at the famous citadel and explore the old town and enjoy a relaxing evening at a theater, concerts, or art exhibitions. Numerous clubs, discos, bars and cafes ensure the vibrant nightlife and offer a lot of fun and entertainment. The night of the masks in April, the international carnival at the beginning of May, as well as various music festivals, such as the "Mediterranean Songs", an international dance competition, an international folklore festival in June are worth seeing in your holiday on the Budva Riviera.
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