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27 Best beaches in Montenegro

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Montenegro, Sveti Stefan beach, island
Sveti Stefan is an iconic beach in Montenegro with a stunning view of the luxury island resort. There are two beaches: on the left side there is a public one with paid and free areas, while the right side is dedicated for island's guests. Everywhere there are small pebbles with a smooth entry into the water. Good snorkeling spots are available as well. / read more » /
Rating: 8.1 (59 votes)

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Montenegro, Perast beach
Perast is an ancient town in Montenegro, known as one of the major seaport of the Venetian Republic. As there are no beaches, everybody is swimming right from the city's embankment. But this is that rare case, when the quality of the beach doesn't matter. The town is so beautiful, that no one will suffer for sand or pebble. By the way, the sea water is very clean and clear. / read more » /
Rating: 7.8 (154 votes)
Montenegro, Budva beach
Budva is the primary resort town in Montenegro. It has everything: the glorious Old Town, different beaches for every taste, as well as a lot of bars, clubs and night discos. However, you should understand, that there are a lot of people everywhere, while buildings outside the Old Town are not very beautiful by the Montenegrian standards. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (3 votes)
Montenegro, Velika plaza beach
Velika plaza is the longest beach in Montenegro (12 km). The shore is sandy without any pebbles, thus being unique for the country and even for the whole Adriatic. Weather conditions are often perfect both for kite surfing, as well as for swimming. Most of the coast is deserted, without crowds and without any buildings. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (26 votes)
Montenegro, Buljarica beach
Buljarica is one of the longest beaches in Montenegro. The west end features hotels, as well as sun loungers and other amenities. As for the east end of the bay, it is much more wild giving great opportunities for those wishing to escape from the summer crowd. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (26 votes)
Montenegro, Plavi Horizonti beach, sand
Plavi Horizonti is an excellent sandy beach near Tivat airport in Montenegro. Small entrance fee is applied, but there are always a lot of people during the high season. Entry into the water is smooth, that is convenient for children, while adults have to walk a lot to the depth. On the both sides of the bay, there are stones with good snorkeling. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (72 votes)
Montenegro, Kotor, cruise terminal
Kotor is the most beautiful resort in Montenegro with the Old Town being included into the UNESCO World Heritage List. As for beaches, these are below the average standards. So the main attractions in Kotor are sightseeing tours, as well as many shows for tourists. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (33 votes)
Montenegro, Becici beach
Becici is a popular beach to the east of Budva in Montenegro. Though the coastline is very long, there are always crowds of tourists. And only the east end of the beach (Rafailovici town) is relatively secluded. The beach don't have enough amenities, but everything is very expensive. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (21 votes)
Montenegro, Petrovac beach
Petrovac is a typical beach in Montenegro, featured as a location of casino Royal from famous 007 movie (2006). In fact, all casino scenes were filmed in the Czech Republic. However, Petrovac is a pleasant resort town, perfect for a family vacation. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (5 votes)
Montenegro, Canj beach
Canj is a coastal village in Montenegro with excellent pebbly beach, sometimes called as Pearl Beach. The beachfront is heavily built up, but there are many trees in town, filling the air with a pleasant scent. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (92 votes)
Montenegro, Ulcinj beach, Old town
Ulcinj is the main city on the Albanian south of Montenegro. The beach has perfect fine sand and comfortable entry into the shallow water being good for children. There are many people here in August, but this is Ok for the city beach. Though most of the locals are Muslims, the town has many bars and discos. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (4 votes)
Montenegro, Tivat beach
Tivat is a resort near the main international airport of Montenegro. The place is pleasant in all respects, and it is worth to stay here for a couple of days. Right in the town, there are two small pebbly beaches, as well as large concrete embankment, where it is also possible to swim. The city is beautiful with a lot of attractions. And after all of that, it's not owercrowded, and the prices are cheap by the Montenegrian standards. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (15 votes)
Montenegro, Herceg Novi beach
Herceg Novi is a major resort town in Kotor Bay, Montenegro. The beaches are rather mediocre - pebbly or even just a concrete embankment. However, the main feature is Old Town with a lot of historical buildings. It's all covered with exotic trees, that can be rarely met on the whole of Mediterranean. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (22 votes)
Montenegro, Orahovac beach
Orahovac is a small town on the coast of Kotor Bay, Montenegro. This place has rich historical background. In addition, there is a natural source of fresh water supplying most of the neighboring settlements. However, the main attractions for tourists are pleasant secluded beaches surrounded by stunning mountains. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (48 votes)
Montenegro, Baosici beach
Baosici is a small town on the Bay of Kotor, Montenegro. Most of the beaches are pebbly. There is also information that some hotels have artificial sandy beaches, but it is not true. The town is cozy and great for walking along the coast. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (24 votes)
Montenegro, Denovici beach
Denovici is a village on the coast of Kotor Bay in Montenegro. Like everywhere around, it's hard to give correct rating to the beaches. As for the town, it's superb - with cozy buildings and beautiful gardens. But on the other hand, there are no beaches to speak of. These are either small spots of pebbly shore, or concrete embankments, - anyway it's far from the perfect beach paradise. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (34 votes)
Montenegro, Prcanj beach
Prcanj is a small town on the coast of Kotor Bay, Montenegro. The main attraction is a beautiful temple of the Venetian Republic. As for the beaches, these are rather mediocre. There are occasional stretches of pebble, but most tourists sunbathe and swim right from the stony embankment. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (83 votes)
Montenegro, Zanjice beach
Zanjice is a resort village near Tivat airport in Montenegro. Many years ago it was a favorite beach of Tito - the former Yugoslavian leader. However, this beach is far from the best even by the standards of Montenegro. The view of mountains is beautiful, while the sea water is perfectly clear. But it is hard to walk barefoot on a large pebble - both ashore and in the water. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (233 votes)
Montenegro, Igalo beach
Igalo was one of the most luxury resorts in Yugoslavia, but as for now it's quite a boring village even by the standards of Montenegro. Of course, the SPA center is still working, but it is rather mediocre. The beaches are bad and overcrowded. There are no any notable attractions, while all city entertainments are ugly (but at least inexpensive). / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (5 votes)
Montenegro, Veliki Pijesak beach
Veliki Pijesak is a popular beach near the town of Dobra Voda in Montenegro. The place is beautiful, but extremely overcrowded. As a result, everything is very expensive. Try to find another resort. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (104 votes)
Montenegro, Bar, Susanj beach
Susanj is a popular beach in Montenegro being a northern suburb of the city of Bar. Along the coast, there are many trees giving great shadow. But in general, the beach is not cozy. It is hard to walk barefoot on a large pebbles, and there are too many people during the high season. / read more » /
Rating: 7.0 (40 votes)
Montenegro, Mirista beach, clear water
Mirista is a small beach in Montenegro. There is a strip of pebbles about 10 meters long, as well as a concrete embankment on both sides. The legend says, that there are fresh water streams in the sea, so the water is clear, but cold. / read more » /
Rating: 6.9 (80 votes)
Montenegro, Sutomore beach
Sutomore is a beach in Montenegro being very popular among locals and Serbs as well. The coastline is quite pleasant - with good entry into the water and pebbles mixed with sand. Unfortunately, in August, there are so many people, that this place becomes completely unsuitable for a comfortable vaction. / read more » /
Rating: 6.9 (31 votes)
Montenegro, Zelenika, 357 beach
Zelenika is a seaside town in Montenegro with an important regional port. Most of the coastline is not suitable for a beach holiday. But there are few dedicated beach areas, that even have their own names: 357, Lalovina, Plava tisina and Zmijice. / read more » /
Rating: 6.8 (24 votes)
Montenegro, Krasici beach
Krasici is a resort town on the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro. There are no beaches at all. Sunbathing is possible on concrete embankments, and tourists swim here as well. Sea bottom is pebbly, so the water is clear and in many places is good for children. The only attraction are four clubs - with discos and karaoke. / read more » /
Rating: 6.8 (74 votes)
Montenegro, Utjeha beach
Utjeha is a popular beach in Montenegro with many bars and night discos. Pebble coast features perfectly clear water with great snorkeling. Unfortunately, the beach is small and extremely overcrowded during the high season. / read more » /
Rating: 6.7 (68 votes)
Montenegro, Bijela beach
Bijela is a resort town on the Bay of Kotor, notable for its shipyard being the largest one in Montenegro. It does not pollute the environment, but still spoils the view. And after all, there are no good beaches in Bijela, so there's no sense to stay here. / read more » /
Rating: 5.5 (128 votes)
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[2017-09-20] Freddy

Rooms' rates has grown up. Foods' prices in supermarkets are the same.


[2017-09-20] Adelia

Did prices rise in Montenegro in 2017?

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