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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 562 reviews
The sculpture is an enjoyable sight, against the backdrop of Old Budva. It is on a walkway from the city to another beach. The sight is sometimes disturbed by silly (mostly Russians) taking pictures and selfies with sculpture......enjoy it in any case......these people will pass
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Located in the most prominent part of the Old Town, the Citadel is a 15th century edifice, which includes the remains of St. Mary's Church, terraced gates, several squares, and a building of the former army barracks.
This is a great place to look at the Old Town. It costs 2.50 euros as entrance fee and there are not only great views of the Old town but also across the Bay
4.5 based on 344 reviews
Being lovers of all things medieval, castles/fortresses/city walls, etc. these are right up our alley. we walked around the outside as much as we could, to fully appreciate the size, even on the inside you can get in amongst the nooks and crannies. Definitely a must do, when in Budva.
4.5 based on 145 reviews
4.5 based on 352 reviews
The party feeling is great. Music, drinks in the pool. The area is over-crowded. The pools have the coldest water ever. Not so many pools for such a large area. Not so many places to eat and drink. in general very average. I wouldn't go unless you are very young and want to drink and dance in the pool in the afternoon!
4.5 based on 109 reviews
This beach is much better than Beaches in Budva center. Water is nice and clear. Whole area is much cleaner than central Beaches. However, during the top summer season beach is full of people and crowded as all other Beaches on Budva shoreline. You can rent umbrella and two sunbeds for 12€, but you can also bring your own beach equipment. You can get there by Promenade, there is a tunnel from Rafailovici.
4 based on 672 reviews
This is one of the main and favourite Beaches of Budva, consisting of two sandy Beaches connected by a short tunnel. The beach is located about 100m west of the Old Town. It is very easy to reach through a well marked coastal path.
This is a pair of two Beaches 1 and 2 connected with a pathway built around and through the rocks, very near the old city. The waters are amazingly clean, the beach is stony, and there are few bars and cafes along. Being so close, it is crowded but the water is very nice for swimming. There are few shades so please bring an umbrella or rent one.
4 based on 291 reviews
The largest island in the Southern Adriatic is also known as Skolj among locals. Its dense Mediterranean vegetation makes it a natural habitat for numerous animal species, especially birds.
Magic Stars Boat Tour from Budva to Sveti Nikola (Hawai) in Muntenegru made us pay the ticket 3 times: 3x3€/pers!
Firstly we have bought a ticket from their tourist checkpoint, then they let us on the boat because we have shown a paper with the payment which they took from us, but right away on the boat the same man, which saw we have given that paper to his colleagues, came to say that we have to pay the tickets on the spot, because we don't seem to have any ticket.
We have explained the situation, but they didn't seem to care, they lied over and over again. We decided to pay the tickets once again. Guess what, they said that they didn't had paper tickets to give us right now...so we would receive them on our way back. This didn't happen, because afterward they made us pay the tickets for the third time, on our way back to Budva.
I' ll show you pictures with the 2 men that work on the Magic Stars Boat and stole our money.
AVOID MAGIC STARS BOAT FROM BUDVA TO SVETI NIKOLA!!!!!
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