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The Adriatic Sea, which washes the coasts of Montenegro, is considered the cleanest in Europe. And the beaches in the country are mostly free, yet varied and really picturesque. There are small and cozy beaches, hidden between the cliffs as well as spacious ones that may be several kilometers long, with beautiful seaside landscapes. There are some beaches wrapped in concrete, having stairs to the water. Pebbled, mixed and sandy, equipped and wild. The total length of the beaches in Montenegro is over 70 kilometers. When travelling around the country by car, you can discover new places for swimming at least once a day.
On the Lustica peninsula, in the bay of Přzno, there is a sandy Plavi Horizonti beach. This beach won the annual Blue Flag World Honorary Award, for its clean water, safety, and developed beach infrastructure. It has a cozy slope it is comfortable for swimming with children. Plavi Horizonti is not just a place to swim and sunbathe; it also has hiking paths in the shade of Mediterranean pines, olives, and other southern trees. This beautiful park is also adjacent to the beaches of Sveti Stefan resort, near Budva, on the shore of the Budvan Riviera. However, some of them are paid or only available for guests of certain hotels. These beaches with limited access are rare exceptions for Montenegro.
The beaches in Ulcinj are also regularly awarded with the Blue Flag. They all part of the huge Velika Plaža beach area, stretching for 13 kilometers. The smooth coastline without coves and bays makes this place ideal for surfing — the wind always blows here, bringing the waves. The depth changes slowly, the shore and the seabed are covered with black volcanic sand. The best bathing areas located in Budva, Becici, Kamenovo, and Petrovac, as well as in the Yaz spa area, also win the international award for quality. These places belong to the Budva Riviera, the beaches here are mostly wide and long, with fine pebbles mixed with sand. There is «Ploce» equipped for parties: with concrete platforms of different heights, dance areas, and swimming pools with seawater.
Budva is considered the center of beach recreation. Right in the city, there is a spacious Slovenska Plaža, you can swim with a view of medieval architecture around by a small beach near the Old Town. In the rocks, there is a picturesque Mogren, on the way to which you can take many great photos. You can swim here and by the island of St. Nicholas, where they come by boat. From Budva you can walk to Becici, Kamenovo, and Sveti Stefan, the other way is to Yaz, Trsteno and «Ploce. Guests of our apart- hotel love to swim on the beach in Becici, one of the biggest and best in Europe. It’s only 5 minutes to walk to it. Thanks to the cozy slope and the sandy surface it is comfortable to relax with children. In the Bay of Kotor the beaches are mostly concrete-clad, but equipped with everything you need. The cost of a set of two sunbeds and an umbrella in Montenegro varies from 8 to 30 euros, in some places it can reach 150 euros. However, there are always areas near the sun loungers where you can sit on towels.