3/5 - Okay
Verified travelerAug 31, 2019
Budva was ok. If I was to return to the area I would likely stay outside of Budva in on of the neighboring beach towns.
Budva is one of Montenegro’s favorite vacation destinations. Beaches fringe the long Budva Riviera, along which hotels, restaurants and bars bring a joyful, easygoing atmosphere. Wander the streets of the magnificent Stari Grad (Old Town), lounge on the beaches that line the Budva Riviera or spot celebrities in the bars and restaurants of upscale resorts.
Located just south of Croatia’s famous town of Dubrovnik, Budva is growing. The sparkling blue-green water and clean beaches combine with historic Old Town and modern facilities to create an irresistible destination. Stay within the medieval walls of Budva, where chic cafés line the waterfront or head out to one of the newer developments.
Old Town is located on a small peninsula with many cultural highlights tucked away along its narrow streets. Seek out the Church of Sveta Trojica, Church of Sveti Ivan and Church of Sveta Bogorodica or visit the stores, galleries and restaurants. The Monastery of Stanjevici is also interesting.
Make a daytrip to Sveti Stefan, which is 3 miles (6 kilometers) away. It is almost an island, joined to the mainland by a sand spit, and is utterly picturesque. Most of the island is today part of the Aman Sveti Stefan island-hotel but you can see the Villa Miločer, the former summer residence of Queen Marija Karađorđević, and pretty little King's Beach.
For something a little closer, visit Sveti Nikola, a small island just off Budva’s coast. Hop in a taxi-boat from the promenade and enjoy a day exploring the pinewoods, kayaking the coastline or savoring fresh fish in one of the restaurants.
Budva is 12 miles (19 kilometers) from Tivat Airport, 40 miles (64 kilometers) from Podgorica and 60 miles (96 kilometers) from Dubrovnik, meaning you have plenty of flight options. Arrange taxis or private shuttle transfers to reach the resort. Most of the main town is easily walkable. To get farther away, rent a car or use the efficient public transportation system.
Cafes, Historical Buildings and Churches
If you decide to book this excursion you will have opportunity to discover beautiful canyons of river Tara in Montenegro. Tara Canyon is the deepest one in Europe and second deepest in the world (after Grand Canyon) with deepest point of 1300 m.
If you decide to book this excursion to Albania you will have opportunity to explore this small Mediterranean country, famous for virgin nature and cultural mysteries.
Dubrovnik (lat. Ragusium) is a city in south of Croatia, administrative center of Dubrovnik Neretva County and one of the most historic Croatian tourist destinations. In 1979. the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
Unique journey to the ancient Montenegro well known locations which will give you opportunity to experience a wonderful connection between historical cultural natural and gastronomic treasures of our country.
In this unique and exciting trip you'll have the opportunity to visit Boka Bay from all perspectives.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Our Lady of the Rocks, Island in Boka Bay, Perast, Kotor Municipality 85336 Montenegro Feel the charm of the small town of Perast, the former port of the great Venetian Republic, which together with the two islands (the island of Saint George and the island of Our Lady of the Rocks) resists the time and represents the pearl of the Boka Kotorska Bay.
Verified travelerJul 15, 2019
It’s a hidden gem