9 Best Beaches in Montenegro

Sviat Oleksiv
February 24, 2022

Montenegro is a country of mountains and the sea. It hides amazing nature: 20% of the country are national parks, and 85% are mountains. What about beaches? Let's know about them

1. Sveti Stefan Beach

The resort of Sveti Stefan is the most Instagram place in Montenegro. The resort is split into two areas and is connected by a thin natural isthmus in the middle of the Budva Riviera. Locals love this spot because the beach is known for its clean and lovely environment and a peaceful atmosphere away from the crowds.

Merlin Monroe, Sylvester Stallone, Claudia Schiffer, Leonid Brezhnev, Queen Elizabeth II, and others were among the actors and singers, politicians, Hollywood stars, and royal blood figures who stayed here. Nowadays, celebrities frequently visit the island to relax.

2. Becici beach

The Becici resort is famous for its wide beach. It is hidden among the lush mountains where there is an unsurpassed view of St. Nicholas Island and St. Stephen's Island. Length of the beach is 1950 m

3. Milocer beach

The gorgeous semicircular bay of Milocer Beach is located in the resort village of Milocer, 8 kilometers from Budva, and is bordered by light cliffs and rich vegetation. The beach has a length of around 200 meters and is covered with golden sand, with small stones in some sections. Multi-colored pebbles may be seen at the bottom of the pool due to the perfectly clean water. The bay's water is tranquil. Everybody can rent a set of sun loungers with an umbrella. There are fresh water showers, change rooms, and toilets.

4. Plavi Horizonti Plaža

Plavi Horizonti beach is located near Tivat. It has a 350-meter length and is surrounded by olive and cypress trees. The seafloor slope is gentle, and the water gradually deepens, providing ideal conditions for families with little children. The seafloor and the shore are both covered in sand. There are also amazing rocks.

5. Slovenska Plaža

Slavic is Budva's largest city beach, stretching along a scenic promenade from the Old Town harbor to the Astra Montenegro hotel complex. The Citadel of Old Budva, the Monastery of Podmaine, and the Church of the Holy Trinity are all nearby medieval structures.

A 1.5-kilometer-long Slavic beach is divided into two sections. The first is coated in sand and pebbles near the Old Town, and the second is covered in small pebbles from the Becici side. The water's entrance is level, and the bottom is stony and sandy. The depth reaches 30 meters at a considerable distance from the coast.

Tourists and residents alike flock to the beach. Because of the great number of hotels in the area, there are a lot of people.

6. Petrovac beach

Petrovac beach is a free public beach located in Petrovac town. Its length is 600 m, and Its width is 15 m.

The beach is fine pebble and pale gray sand. The water is warm, clear, pure and ideal for families with children. The most crowded tourist season is from June through August, when most visitors arrive.

7. Luchica Beach

Luchica beach is a well-designed beach near Petrovac, which is located in a small Adriatic Sea cove. The infrastructure is well-developed, and there are fewer tourists than on the central beach.

Luchica beach is largely made up of sand and shingle. There are also junipers and pines trees. Because it is not visible from the hotel windows, the beach entices with its peaceful. The length of the beach is over 200 meters, while the breadth is 10 to 24 meters. The water is very pure and warms up to 21-25 degrees Celsius in the summer. The seafloor slope is steep, and seafloor with pebbles. The first 3-5 meters are ideal for the younger visitors' games.

Luchica beach is separated into two sections: It's a sandy beach with well-developed facilities and a rocky side that's wild.

The first is ideal for individuals who like comfort, while the second is ideal for those who prefer nature. On the infrastructural side, there are cafes, bars, restaurants, stores, changing cabins, beach showers, toilets, rental service (a sun lounger with an umbrella), and parking spots. Water slides, playgrounds, and ice cream parlors are available for youngsters.

8. Jaz Beach

Jaz beach, a public beach 3 kilometers from Budva, is surrounded by beautiful mountains.

The 1.5 kilometer-long Jaz Beach is divided into several sections. Large stones and pebbles dominate the rocky area of Jaz I closest to Budva. Lovers of unusual sceneries choose to unwind here. A nudist zone is hidden among enormous boulders. The second, Jaz II, is coated in sand and small pebbles. The most isolated area, hidden behind a short river that runs parallel to the beach, is a magnificent golden sand beach. Relaxing with young children is very pleasurable.

Jaz is one of the most popular beaches on the Budva Riviera, where locals and visitors from all over the world congregate. There are many families with little children, as well as young adults and retirees, among the visitors.

It's best to go to the beach as early as possible - because beach equipment is usually gone by 11 a.m. The coast's remarkable width allows everyone to spread out with towels. Some travelers prefer to stay in a campground near the beach and arrive before the crowds.

9. Mogren beach

The Mogren beach is located 150 m from the hotel "Avala" in Budva. It is a small sandy beach with rocks. The beach also is famous for its attraction called "Door in Stone" where you can take the best photos