So Many Ways to Explore Wild Beauty
Budva Bay

You must have heard about Budva, also called the ‘Miami of Montenegro’. This medieval city is more than 2,500 years old, making it one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast. Budva is located in the central part of the Montenegrin coast, the area surrounding the city is called the Budva riviera, and it is the center of Montenegro tourism.


Budva Old Town

Budva Old Town is the place where you could spend most of your time and it still wouldn’t be enough. It lies on a peninsula in the center of the city. Old Town consists of narrow cobblestone streets, alleys and little charming squares.


Milocer Park

A favourite holiday destination for the royal family, in 1934, the royal family of Serbia founded the exclusive resort town of Milocer, parts of which have been opened to visitors. The central chateau, looks out over a manicured park, white sand beach, and stunning blue waters of the Adriatic. The park is landscaped in the French style, and framed by stone arches. Bursting with vegetation, Mediterranean pine trees are mixed with rare and exotic plants imported from America, Asia and Africa, such as Lebanese cedar, Japanese medlar, magnolia, agave that grow here naturally.


Sveti Stefan

Sveti Stefan is a small island connected to the mainland, located approximately 6 kilometers southeast of Budva. This fortified island village with its 15th century villas is known as ‘the most photographed site in Montenegro. Today, the island is a part of a luxurious resort, and only guests of the hotel or one of the restaurants in the resort can enter Sveti Stefan, the most photographed place in Montenegro.


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