There is a choice of a two bedroom apartment, both within a 7 minutes walk to the beach. Apartment ‘Skada’ - which consists of one double bedroom and a twin bedroom. There is a separate lounge and kitchen area, with terrace overlooking sea views. The second apartment ‘Tara’ - offers one double bedroom, plus a sofa bed, a separate lounge and kitchen with a terrace and a separate patio area. Both apartments have been finished and furnished to exceptional standards making your stay a complete experience.
The beauty of Montenegro is the marvellous diversity from the narrow coastal plane to the lofty hinterland and stunning interior of hills, lakes and rivers. 60% of Montenegro is mountains and high pasture valleys, with over 35 lakes and the World’s second deepest gorge.
Sveti Stefan a jewel of an island: Another 15 minutes drive from Budva brings you to the famous coastal island and town of Sveti Stefan. The island is now a picture book hotel with cluster of roofs and a sand bar linking it to the shore. You must walk from the coastal path of Sveti Stefan to the secluded beaches of Milocer. A must is visit to the Hotel Milocer a wysteria-clad hotel that use to be the property of the Yugoslav Royal Family.
Budva old city - One of the most impressive medieval walled cities, with a similar look and feel as Kotor with narrow streets and small squares and a life of traditional music and dance. Why not grab a boat and take a leisurely sail along the coast line and many small islands.
Petrovac - Further down the coast is Petrovac, one of the most frequented beaches in Montenegro. The pretty little prom is lined with greenery and flowers, the off-shore breeze rosemary-scented cottage gardens. A walled harbour is guarded by a 16th-century Venetian fortress.
The Coast : The coast has the same stunning Adriatic coastline as Croatia with secluded bays and beautiful beaches.
Boka Kotorska Bay - One of the most attractive bays on the Mediterranean which consist of four bays linked together by narrow straits in the sea. You will first see the bay when when travelling south from Dubrovnik towards Sveti Stefan. Stop off en route at the small fishing village of Perast for some refreshments or perhaps a swim. A must is the medieval walled city of Kotor. Behind the mighty 20m ramparts that shield Kotor from the waterfront are vegetable and fish markets, the harbour bustle and a labyrinth of small streets which offer excellent shopping and a great selection of bars and restaurant for a night out. Kotor is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The Central Area of Montenegro: Go and explore the central area of Montenegro where you will find a number of historical and culture monuments including the enchanting Skadar Lake. The National Park covers 40,000 ha and is one of the largest lakes in Europe, containing 40 different kinds of fish. Bordered to the east by Albania the lake is encircled on three sides by the Montenegrin mountains. The national park is one of the largest bird preserves in Europe. Take one of the fleet of boats around the lake and see for you self the sheer beauty the lake has to offer.
The Mountains of Montenegro - The Mountains a offer a diverse range of activities, including magnificent high altitude skiing, white water rafting, mountaineering and hill walking. Tara Canyon is the second largest in the world, the Tara is Montenegro longest river offers not only spectacular scenery and historical monuments, but exceptional white water rafting. Visit Durmitor where you can enjoy about 120 days of snow between Dec and April.
Sveti Stefan is the crown jewel on the Budvanska Riviera. A former fisherman village, mentioned in documents for the first time in 1442, since 1960 represents a world famous town-hotel. According to tradition, the Pastrovici erected this settlement using the treasure they had grabbed from the Turks in the XV century. It is close to the resort of Budva. Swimming is available all along the Beaches of Sveti Stefan and Milocer, these are some of the best beaches in Montenegro. There are two sandy beaches minutes from the apartment, one of the beaches is private.
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