RIVIERA OF BUDVA

This tour takes you through stunning Riviera of Budva. The Riviera of Budva is situated in the central part of the Montenegrin coast, together with the main tourist centres: Budva, Becici, Sveti Stefan, and Petrovac.

Riviera of Budva

Occupying 35 km of Montenegro’s 200km coastline, between Jaz and Buljarica, Riviera of Budva has some of the country’s best beaches, from smooth pebble bays to wonderful sandy coves.

Milocer Beach

Becici beach is one of the largest and most beautiful beaches in the South Adriatic, in the 1930’s it was voted the most beautiful beach in Europe and it has not rested on its laurels.

Becici Beach

The towns of the Riviera boast cobbled streets, medieval towers, imposing battlements, formidable city walls and charming terracotta rooftops mixed with the more contemporary restaurants, bars and modern, luxury, up-market boutiques.

Przno - Montenegro

Behind the hotels, and business and residential buildings , closer to the sea, there are a multitude of hidden places nestling close to the villages and blending in with the rocky hills, which are covered in olive trees, coniferous trees, oaks, hornbeam, ash or other Mediterranean and continental trees and vegetation.

Royal Park in Milocer

During the tour, you’ll walk through the Royal Park in Milocer and have the opportunity to enjoy the spectacular view of the attractive island of Sveti Stefan, while relaxing in the shade of old olive trees.

Island of Sveti Stefan

Sveti Stefan is a jewel on the Riviera of Budva. It has everything: a glorious history, famous visitors and stunning beauty, and this is one of the must-see sights on the Riviera.

Budva Riviera

The island belongs to the company Aman Resorts and is closed to the public. It means that it is inaccessible to all, except those who can afford the price of 800,00 € per night.

Aman Resort Sveti Stefan

By 1954 there were only 20 people who lived on the island. In the 50s of the last century the island was renovated and opened 1960 as a hotel.

Sveti Stefan Island

It quickly became a favorite gathering place for movie stars, royalty, athletes, politicians from the 60s such as Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti, Doris Day, Princess Margaret, Alberto Moravia.

Terrace in villa on Sveti Stefan Island

Although you can not visit the island, you will enjoy walking through the Milocer park trails winding through the Milocer park, which is filled with olive groves and various exotic trees.

Entrance in Milocer Park

Walking takes you to Sveti Stefan next to Villa Milocer and the Royal beach, which are also part of the Aman Resort.

Hotel Villa Milocer

A garden of exotic trees and flowers, this green flowery oasis in the heart of the most exclusive tourist zone of Sveti Stefan and Milocer, has been developing for decades around the hotel, which was erected 80 years ago.

Milocer Beach and Villa Milocer

The entire amazingly beautiful area was used as the summer residence of Serbian royal dynasty Karadjordjevic.

Villa Milocer in Milocer Park

Next visit is the Old City of Budva one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic.

Budva metropolis of tourism

This two and a half millennia old town is endowed with the unique beauty of sun, sea and a string of beautiful beaches underneath a mountain massif.

Mogren Beach

The influence of great cultures (Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Slavs…) shaped the past of this town, while the spirit of ancient times and civilizations can be felt even now, lending a special colour to Budva, which has grown into a pearl for tourists, unique in this part of the Adriatic.

Old Town of Budva

In addition to the values of cultural and historical heritage, buildings, archaeological sites, fortresses, monasteries and churches, every corner of the town is a potential venue of the cultural programme, while it’s every plateau is a natural stage.

Citadela of Budva

Budva became known as a tourist town one hundred years ago. The tourism product has become more diverse and rich, which has kept it in the position of the leading tourist town in Montenegro for the last several decades.

Church Square in Old Town of Budva

In this old Mediterranean town you have a great choice of cultural activities, shopping and gastronomic delights. You can visit museums, galleries, churches or just relax in one of the many cafes.

Old Mediterranean town Budva

Price: From 15,00 € per person

The price includes: Bus transport, guide, tourist taxes.

Program excursion Riviera of Budva

Riviera of Budva

Seaside Resort of Budva

Bay of Budva

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