The village of Bigova (or Bigovo, as it is also known) is situated in a small, sheltered bay with rocky beaches and clear blue water. A tranquil seaside resort, it still retains the authentic identity of an ancient fishing village which attracts holiday-makers from around the world.
They enjoy modern amenities together with the timeless feel of an unspoilt seaside village which once used to be visited by pirates and today attracts sunseekers from EU, Russia, US and other corners of the globe.
Relaxing by the clear seawater, here you can forget all the worries of the world and truly rejuvenate. You can enjoy the privacy of your self-catering holiday home or mix with the other holiday-makers and the locals in one of their welcoming seafood restaurants. The sea is calm and perfect for swimming - choose an intimate, wild beach in Bigovo Bay or one of the long, sandy beaches along the Budva Riviera (a short drive away). Walking the scenic hills around Bigovo you'll enjoy spectacular views and discover other pretty villages of the unspoilt Lustica peninsula with its olive groves and meadows, secluded coves and blue flag beaches. Also within easy reach is the medieval walled town of Kotor, with its winding alleyways, Renaissance and Romanesque buildings.
Or perhaps you'll scuba-dive, take a trip on a local fishing boat, head for the vibrant nightlife of Budva, or for a white-water rafting adventure up north - whatever your choice of holiday activities you won't regret making Bigova your home base.
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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