“I am filled with fear that this is fantasy… too sweet, too lovely to be reality…”
The town of Budva, heart of the Budva Riviera, has been in existence for 2000 years that have left many traces. A first glance reveals the stone walls encompassing the Old Town.
When you enter the Old Walled City, You enter another world!
Hidden behind these imposing ramparts is a network of narrow streets and squares,home to historic churches, galleries, cafes, bars, restaurants, shops and boutiques. A first meeting opens up a whole world of light, characteristic of the Town – Theater. The events taking place on Poets’ Square, the Song of the Mediterranean international festival, open-air theater performances, plus the traditionally warm hospitality are only a part of inexhaustible charm which Budva bestows on every visitor. The old town is renowned for its historic and artistic heritage and is in perfect harmony with the local landscape of beautiful mountains and magnificent beaches.
The Old Town in Budva has many different tales and stories of its origin. Scholars and historians believe it to have originally been an island, which later joined the shore to form a sand isthmus. The Old Town, along with the city of Budva was said to have been discovered by a Greek sailor by the name of Boutoua. Eventually the Roman empire took over the whole Montenegrin coast influencing it greatly.
Much of the architecture in the Old Town is of Venetian design. Doors, hinges, windows, balconies and many other small but noticeable things seem to hold the Roman style of the Republic of Venice. There are also three main churches in the old town. The first is St. Ivan’s which was built in the 7th century, second St. Mary’s of Punta dating from 840 and the third, The Holy Trinity, which was built in 1804. The Venetian walls of the Old town are a famous tourist attraction.
This town fills its lungs with heady air all year around. It is just made for young people, for those already in love and or those who will fall in love here when they come.
Mogren beach is made of 2 smaller beaches with the total length of 350 m. Beaches are connected with the tunnel.The extraordinary sand makes this beach one of the most beautiful in Montenegro. It is situated at 150m from the Old town of Budva and a concrete strand leads towards it.
Richard’s head beach is small beach located in the center of Budva old town. This pebble beach is just one of the most known and visited in Budva.
Pizana beach is tiny beach hidden in the eastern part of the old city and the port of Budva. Small pebble beach is nearly 50 m long, and is its location which makes it attractive and visited during whole summer.
Slovenska beach is a long beach, 1 600 m in all, that occupies the space from the port to the Hotel Park. It is the well-known beach and it is a mecca for families. The beach offers a well-equipped sports area.
Becici beach is considered as one of the most beautiful and longest beaches on the south Adriatic. It is sandy and 1950m long. It can be regarded as a bathing zone with all accompanying facilities; a zone for sport, recreation and relaxation.
Jaz beach is one of three longest beaches on Montenegro seaside. It is 1200m long and it is 2.5km away from Budva towards Tivat.
Beach is covered with gravel on shore and in the water but when you go deeper you will find sand. 300m of this beach is reserved for nudists.This beach is ideal for campers. In the background of this beach the auto camp is located with a space for some 2000 campers.
And all around you… the sun, the sea and pine woods!
Distance: 91 NM. The SimpleSail Company has developed this route in order to give you an opportunity to enjoy yachting and see most of the major sights of the Boka Kotorska.
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