I must confess that Montenegro was on my trip list for a while thanks to all the good things I heard about this country. Finally this year my desire became reality and I managed to take a trip there. After my experience in Montenegro I definitely recommend a visit there.
When it comes to pleasant ways of spending your summer what can be better than let yourself caressed by the sun on a beautiful beach? On this note, I made a list of my favorite three beaches in Montenegro.I am talking about Trsteno Beach, Sveti Stefan Beach and Zanjice Beach.
An important detail is that all of them are located near Budva, the most famous Montenegrin holiday resort situated on the Adriatic coast.
1.Trsteno Beach is the first beach that impressed me with its idyllic appearance. I was fascinated by the clear water, the fine sand and the lovely mountains that surround this small piece of land. Situated in the region of Donji-Grbalj, at about a 10 minute drive from Budva, this lovely beach seems to be guarded by the beautiful wooded mountains. Even if Trsteno Beach is only 100 meters long, it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches on the Montenegrin coast.
2.Sveti Stefan Beach is another Montenegrin jewel situated in the small peninsula of Sveti Stefan, at about a 15 minute drive from Budva. The beach lies on both sides of the narrow isthmus that makes the connection between the mainland and the famous resort Aman Sveti Stefan. My advice is to choose the right side of Sveti Stafen Beach because the scenery is more impressive. A stretch of pink pebbles washed away by the crystal blue water will be lying in front of your eyes. The entire scenery is embellished by a few asymmetric cliffs and by the lovely image of Aman Sveti Stefan Resort. Refinement is in my opinion the word that perfectly describes Sveti Stefan Beach thanks to its distinguished appearance. I must say that Sveti Stefan Beach is my favorite beach in the area of Budva.
3.Zanjice Beach is the most famous beach in the lovely Lustica Peninsula, the place where you can visit the Blue Cave, the famous Mamula Islet and the town of Herceg Novi. This beach is a little farther from Budva, at about one hour drive, but it’s definitely worth the effort. The clear greenish water which washes away the shore is the most important aspect of this beach. The 300 meters long beach is naturally covered with a multitude of pebbles of different sizes and it is surrounded by beautiful olive groves and by a variety of dwarf plants. This lovely scenery will give you the feeling that you are in the middle of an oasis of peace.
All things considered, you should definitely choose these three lovely beaches if you are planning a trip in the area of Budva, on the beautiful coast of the Adriatic Sea.