Bečići (Serbian Cyrillic: Бечићи, pronounced [bɛ̂tʃitɕi]; Italian Becici) is a town within Budva Municipality, Montenegro. It is located south-east of Budva, and has 895 permanent residents (2010 census).
Restaurants in Becici
4 based on 383 reviews
Plenty of eating places around and hotels have their own areas cordoned off for guests with sunbeds and brollies. sand is rough and the usual small shingle at the shore so water shoes makes it so much easier and dignified trying to exit the water.
4.5 based on 182 reviews
I always recommend this on the Montenegro Messageboard. You can take the little shuttle bus that runs every 10 minutes from Budva to Sveti Stefan, walk down to the beach from the Sveti Stefan exit, have lunch at the little beach bar in fron of Sveti Stefan. Enjoy the views and walk thru the Pineforest to Milocer. The views are stunning(the walk is 10 minutes). It makes a great half day trip or lay on the beach all day afterwards. It is one of the most beautiful places on earth
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Old walled town of Budva sits on a promontory just steps away from its far more modern counterpart but is quite separate and distinct from it. An archway, one of several, takes you into a positive Dreamland of alleyways and cobbled squares with something new to see at every turn from glorious architecture to quaint shops. My wife and I spent a good couple of hours window shopping, visiting the " museum ", watching a wedding, having a meal and taking photos. It was a lovely day and a great experience. I enjoyed it more than Dubrovnik which was too crowded for my liking. The only word of warning I have is that if you go through one of the portals to the beach side of the old town to stand there and take photos watch out for the tide....I didn't and promptly got a good soaking!!!
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Worth the walk through the tunnel to this beach. Nice restaurant with friendly staff and sun beds were free when we visited in early June.
5 based on 43 reviews
Pro Diving Montenegro Dive Center was founded in 2002. Our headquarters is located in the Hotel Maestral in Przno – Sveti Stefan. Since 2013 we are an active member of the PADI diving association and the only internationally certified dive center in Montenegro. We are engaged in organization of scuba diving trips, renting dive gear and scuba lessons according to PADI standards.
This was our daughter's first experience of scuba diving and I'm glad we picked Pro Diving. Radan is an outstanding instructor - thoroughly professional and very friendly. We went from our pool practice to a shore dive, then the next day was more adventurous with...MoreTnx Jo Absolutely it was my pleasure. I wish u all a good a happy life. )))))
4.5 based on 107 reviews
The causeway that runs along the bays Budva & Becici linking them via a tunnel also extends to two other bays either side via another tunnel on the Becici side and just beyond the old town in Budva. Although the causeway is not in perfect condition at all points it's makes for a good walk or ride. There are a lot of vender stalls at the Budva end but generally there are plenty of places to get refreshment and frequent WC's ($0.5). The tunnel can be a little hard to locate traveling Becici to Budva but about 200m before the end of the path you need to walk away from the sea to a small road that services the back of the Ibostar hotel and the tunnel can be located just before the security gate.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
At the end of the beach. Amazing rock formations to look at and admire. Very unusual. Amazing strata.
4 based on 53 reviews
I have been there with friends and kids. The place is very nice and it was not too crowded even if it was Sunday. there are many restaurants and bars around so we had breakfast, lunch, appetizers and we got sun beds, which are not expensive and we had some drinks directly at the beach. Cool!
4 based on 43 reviews
We walked from one end of the park to the other. There is beautiful landscaping throughout the park and great views of Sveti Stefan from different places.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Guessing from memory about 50 steps up from the seafront. The bells chime at noon. Unfortunately the church was locked when we visited
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