As the most visited destination in Montenegro, Budva offers a variety of beach bars, restaurants, clubs, and shops to visit. Budva’s main attraction is The Old Town, surrounded by ancient walls and containing many beautiful cobbled streets, palaces, and churches. Budva is filled with historical sites waiting for you to visit them.
Budva Citadel is located in The Old Town and dates back to the 15th century, today it contains the Maritime Museum of Budva. The main symbol of the city is considered to be the statue of The Dancer from Budva. There are many legends about the statute, among the locals, but all of them agree that rubbing the figure gives you good luck.
The former fishing village of Sveti Stefan is located on a peninsula surrounded by breathtaking pink pebble beaches. The small walled village of Sveti Stefan became a glamorous tourist destination connected to the cost by a causeway.
Today Sveti Stefan is one of the most luxurious destinations on the Adriatic Coast and was named one of the most photographed sites of Montenegro. Although the island is closed to non-guests, the beaches north and south of the island are open to the public.
City walls surround the picturesque town of Kotor, and it deservingly found its place on the UNESCO World Heritage site list. Beautiful Bay of Kotor offers many beaches and stunning views of the thousand-meter high cliffs.
Among many attractions in Boka Kotorska bay, Porto Montenegro in Tivat is a must-visit – this luxury marina offers a variety of cafes, restaurants, and yachting outlets. Kotor is a perfect destination to lay back and enjoy the true beauty of the Balkan lifestyle.