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Budva is a municipality and touristic town in Montenegro that lies next to the Adriatic coast which is often called the Budva Riviera. It is also known as “Montenegrin Miami” due to an extremely large number of tourists that gather here especially during the summer. A Mediterranean climate with long and hot summers attracts numerous visitors who are attracted by vibrant beaches and electrifying night clubs. Budva represents this country’s touristic centre, occupying the central part of the Montenegrin littoral. This municipality includes the towns of Budva, Petrovac, St Stefan, Becici and traditional coastal villages that offer this area a medieval aspect and authenticity.
It is an ideal destination for family and group vacations and the perfect environment for a honeymoon. The town of Budva is the most visited location in Montenegro, due to an endless list of charming, historical buildings, notable architectural structures, a wealthy natural heritage, etc. Travellers who will reach this destination will be welcomed into a land of living history, where plenty of archaeological sites and ethnographic exhibits can be seen. The Museum of the Town of Budva and the Historical Museum are two of the main tourist objectives that should not be ignored by history lovers.
This is a romantic town with many treasures to offer. The Stari Grad or the Old Town is a sublime archaeological site where medieval buildings can be closely admired, as well as the city walls ruins. The Budva Citadel is a part of the Old Town and it has been reconstructed after the earthquake that took place here. Also, there are religious sites with a great value for this town’s inheritance, such as the Church of St John, the Church of Holy Trinity, the Church of Saint Sava and other impressive, spiritual places.
Budva has a well-developed tourism and except for historically charged areas and fantastic natural views, it also prides itself with its calm, cobalt blue waters. Boat tours and water sports are popular among active tourists who wish to boost their adrenaline levels and enjoy the beauties of the Adriatic Coast. Its culture is not to be forgotten either, due to the Budva Carnival which is held annually and lasts for three days, from late April until early May. At the same time, when it comes to culture, the Stefan Mitrov Ljubisa memorial house is worth mentioning among other cultural institutions and venues.
Stunning natural landscapes can be admired on this side of the coast. The Tara Bridge unveils superb places that nature lovers will simply adore. This town’s attractions and active resorts attract a large number of youngsters due to the existence of electrifying night clubs and bars where an energetic atmosphere reigns. Pebbly and rocky beaches are quite busy during the summer and beaches like the Ploce Beach, the Mogren Beach, the Jaz Beach, etc., are popular due to amazing views and green surroundings.
The Island of St Nicholas can be visited by those who wish to explore some more of this naturally rich area. Pretentious tourists will also encounter luxury resorts nearby, such as Milocer or Sveti Stefan.
When it comes to spending amazing vacations in Montenegro, Budva’s resorts and hotels meet all requirements in order to make their guests feel special. The Avala Resort & Villas, the Hotel Astoria and numerous other accommodation units offer tourists modern rooms with lovely views. Budva is an ideal destination for groups, families and couples and warmly welcomes anyone who is passionate about historical places in the heart of nature.
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