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Budva is a coastal city on the Adriatic Sea in Montenegro. The area around the city, along the coast, is also known as the Budva Riviera. The Riviera is the center of Montenegrin tourism, famous for sandy beaches and nightlife. The Budva Riviera occupies the central part of the Montenegrin coast, and covers an area of ​​122km square.


Budva is about 2,500 years old and is one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic Sea. The city has about 10,000 inhabitants and is the seat of the municipality of Budva, which includes settlements Becici and Petrovac.


Budva is open to the sea in its southernmost, hottest and deepest part. The rocky bottom, as it is most commonly before the Budva Riviera, is rich in flora and fauna.

There are 35 beautiful, sandy beaches (8 baths with a blue flag – prestigious international recognition for quality and standard service and offer on the beach), clean and safe sea with unforgettable day and night entertainment, unique theater performances and performances and music entertainment programs.


Because of the favorable geographical position of Budva, everything is more interesting to the tourists of yachting tourism. The modern equipped marina can receive over 1000 boats and provide all services (fuel, water, food …) with modern mototurists.


To penetrate into the soul of the local population – Paštrovica, Maina, Grbljana and others – you must try the specialties of the local national cuisine, experience the hospitality of these hosts. Be sure to visit the walls of the Old Town of Budva and feel the spirit of antique and renaissance charm of Budva.



Budva has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and warm and dry summers. On the coast, sheltered from the interior of the high mountain hinterland, the climate is even milder, more suitable and more enjoyable.

The Budva Coast is among the hottest areas in Montenegro. The tourist season lasts from March to November of the month. Budva has about 2,300 sunny hours a year.


In the spring and early August there are high temperatures and generally range between 26 and 36 degrees. Sea temperature: in February about 11.7 ° C, August 24.7 ° C. From May until October, the sea is on average warmer than 18 ° C. The bathing season begins on May 10 and lasts until November 8, ie 182 days.


You can also take a break on the Budva Riviera to visit tourist attractions. If you are a guest of Budva, then all other destinations around Montenegro will not be far away.

One of the biggest attractions of the municipality of Budva is the island of Sveti Nikola, which you can come by taxi and swimming, if you are an adventurer :). On the island beaches you will enjoy the smell of the Mediterranean, the blue of the sea and the warm sunshine of the sun. This place is also known as the natural reserve of deer paddle and several other animal species.


Other destinations that are visited are widespread across the coast, which are Pržno, Miločer, Sv. Stefan and Petrovac. Boat ride is an opportunity to experience the beauty of the sea, the whole Riviera and its beaches in a special way. Group trips are the most numerous, and at the same time the cheapest, and there are also less taxi boats that can take you to the place you choose.


When it comes to excursions along the coast from the Budva Riviera, Boka Kotorska, the bay of Herceg Novi, Kotor, the islands of Sv. Giorde and Lady of the Scrub.


Trips are organized regularly to visit the biggest Montenegrin sites, the most interesting of which is the visit of the mausoleum to Lovćen and Ostrog monastery. Skadar Lake is another in a series of Montenegrin pearls that need to be visited, because the beauties of the Skadar Lake and the local culinary specialties are an unforgettable experience. The right thing for those who like active holidays is rafting the Tara River, after Colorado in the United States, the deepest canyon in the world.


Stari Grad in Budva (Old town)

Stari Grad in Budva lies on a small peninsula and presents a treasury of cultural heritage. It is surrounded by Venetian walls from the 15th century, and it existed as a fortress in the era of antiquity.


Historians believe that it was originally an island, not far from the coast, and later co-connected with the mainland, so today it is a coastal fort. During the Venetian administration, polygonal ramparts with bastions and towers were built around the old settlement. At the most prominent place in the city, the fortress was built – the Citadel.

Panoramic hiking trails, for all tourists in good condition, move from the sea, the outlines of the mountains at an altitude of 600 to 800 meters, and in some parts they end up as high as 1,200 meters above sea level.


The arranged paths and country roads lead you to stone houses and households where tourism is still nourished by a nice host word, homemade brandy under the line of vineyards, cheese, ham and unusual silence, within a bustling summer breeze.


Old builds start to access from 5 inputs. In front of the Old Town there are many restaurants, cafes and clubs. In the immediate vicinity there is a pier where you can see large luxury yachts in the season that especially come into the night in the night.

Budva has content for everyone

If you are young and eager to spend, there are daily groans at the beaches, clubs that work after 1 am until the morning as well as nightclubs on the promenade.

If you want a quieter holiday variation, there are leisurely walks, old town, restaurants, daily boat excursions …

If you are an adrenaline addict, you have the ability to skip bandage, parasailing, jet-ski ride, and more.