Set between high mountains from one side and a vast blue sea from the other, Montenegro represents an ideal destination for vacation as well as for fun which can last up to the morning hours.
Becici beach, almost 2 km long, is among the most beautiful beaches in Montenegro and the Adriatic. In 1935, she received the Grand Prix in Paris for the most beautiful beach in Europe. Only 500 meters from Bečići is the island of Sveti Nikola or as the locals call it Školj. The island is overgrown with lush Mediterranean vegetation, mostly evergreen trees. It represents a real bird kingdom, and it is rich in smaller game. A special attraction are the mouflons that inhabit the most forested part of the island. On the island is the church of St. Nikola, after which the island was named, and which was first mentioned in the 16th century. The church is surrounded by a large number of old graves, which legend says were buried there by participants in the crusade, which was hit by an epidemic while they were camping in Budva.
On the island you can find several paradise beaches that can be reached exclusively by boat. Next to Bečić beach, on a hill among pines and cypresses, is the Church of St. Thomas. According to some sources, it dates from the 14th century and was dedicated to the apostle St. Tommy. The church was dilapidated and in its place a new church was built in 1910, dedicated to Stefan Štiljanović, the last Pashtrov prince, Serbian despot and saint, born in the immediate vicinity of this church. Every year, the faithful gather here on October 17, on the day of St. Stefan Stiljanovic, and on October 19, on the day of St. Thomas, Tomindan.
Budva Riviera is the center of the Montenegrin coast and is the center of Montenegrin tourism. There are 12.5 km of beaches on the Riviera, of which the longest is Bečićka beach. The main tourist centers are Budva, Petrovac na Moru and Sveti Stefan. It offers a variety and abundance of beaches on the 25 km long riviera (Mogren, Jaz, Becici, Kamenovo, Buljarica ...) Tourists can enjoy with thousands of others in the city center, at after beach parties or in intimacy, in quiet coves in places where once bathed by the Yugoslav queen Marija Karađorđević (Maria of Romania). Budva is about 2,500 years old and is one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic Sea. The name Stari Grad, Budva was worn in the Middle Ages. Most of the architecture of the Old Town is of Venetian origin. Doors, windows, balconies and many other small but noticeable things are of the Roman style that characterized the Venetian Republic.
Along the narrow streets, small squares and squares, there are cafes, boutiques, bars, restaurants, galleries ... so that during the summer months, thanks to performances, concerts and exhibitions, the Old Town really becomes the City Theater, as the festival is called since 1987. years ennobles the old coastal town and gives it a special color and charm. Sveti Stefan is an island not far from Budva, today connected to the mainland by a narrow land. This island is the most luxurious resort in Montenegro and one of the most luxurious resorts on the Adriatic Sea and in Europe. Among the celebrities who visited St. Stephen's are Dolores Ibaruri - La Passionaria, Yuri Gagarin, Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis, Sophia Loren, Jeremy Irons, Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Sylvester Stallone, Claudia Schiffer one, Ronaldin of the best tennis players in the world - Novak Djokovic - chose Sveti Stefan as the place of his wedding.
Legend has it that God’s sachel was torn above Montenegro when he shared the gifts of nature, and in one place fell mountains, plains, rivers, sea an ideal combination for everyone's pocket and everyone's wishes. Small, hidden beaches for those who want to escape from everyday life and stress, kilometers of sandy beaches for parties and parties all day and night, fast rivers for rafting and kayaking, landscaped ski resorts and untouched expanses; carnivals, concerts, festivities, theaters in the squares ...
A country with a long tradition, a meeting place of various cultural and religious influences, on the border of East and West, Montenegro is today a multi-confessional and multi-ethnic environment, known for tolerance and harmonious relations of its peoples. The most attractive localities: Lovćen, Cetinje, Ostrog Monastery, national parks Biogradska gora (one of the last three rainforests in Europe), Skadar Lake and Prokletije, Tara, Boka Kotorska, Sveti Stefan, Porto Montegro…