• Becici beach

    • 400 meters
    • 4 minutes

    The long sandy beach of Becici is located on the shores of the resort village of the same name, 2 km from Budva. Becici is very popular among tourists from all over the world. Convenient location, clean sand, developed infrastructure and gently shelving water are especially appreciated by families with small children.

  • Budva old Town

    • 3,8 kilometers
    • 11 minutes

    The old town is Budva’s trademark. It is raised on the island, which used to be connected with the land by a sandy covering and so it grew into a peninsula. The Old Budva’s town is a unique architectural and urban entity which is mentioned as a lodgment even in the antique period. According to those sources, Budva is one of the oldest urban centers in the Adriatic - it is more than 2.500 years old. When for the first time you visit the old Budva’s town maybe you will think that you are in a labyrinth, because of the braided streets, squares, bulwarks and towers from the late middle century. In the Old town a city fortress Citadela (Citadel) is placed, which dates from the V – VI century B.C., which is today a stage of the famous City theater.

  • Sveti Stefan

    • 6,3 kilometers
    • 10 minutes

    The small medieval village of Sveti Stefan, translated as St Stephen, is characterized by a set of small houses with terracotta tiled roofs, alleys and courtyards that have kept their original beauty over time. It is the perfect place to admire the islet in its entirety and enjoy the splendid reddish sand beaches that frame the coast.

  • Kotor Old Town

    • 27 kilometers
    • 30 minutes

    Located in one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Kotor, the city of merchants and famous sailors has a lot to tell. The old town of Kotor is the best preserved medieval urban environment typical of cities built in the twelfth and fourteenth centuries. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have included Kotor in the UNESCO list of "World Natural and Cultural Heritage". Buildings, intertwined with streets and squares, stretch throughout the city. On one of them is the Cathedral of St. Tripun is a monument of Romanesque culture and one of the recognizable symbols of the city.