The shore line of Montenegro offers a great diversity of beaches. While the Boka bay is more cliffs and rocky beaches, the side facing the open sea is pebblier and there are some fine sand beaches. The most beautiful are:
This is one of the longest beaches in Montenegro, and certainly one of the most bellowed by visitors. It some 10min drive form the Old town of Budva. The beach is divided in two parts, one is 500m and the other is 300m long. The beach has a lots of cafes and restaurants by it upper side. And offers a splendid variety of water activities.
Miločer is famous for two beaches one of them is Queen’s beach. It is a sand beach around 280m long and it was made around the summer palace of the Karađorđević dynasty in 1934.
The other one is closer to St. Stefan island and is called King’s beach. The base of the beach is extra fine sand, the waters are azure and extremely clear. But both of the beaches are mostly for the guests of the Aman Resort operated island of St. Stefan.
The Great Ulcinj sand beach
The biggest sand beach in Montenegro is close to the town of Ulcinj, situated between the town and the river Bojana. It runs for more than 12 km and has beach bars all along its shores.
The most well-known beach is “Copacabana” beach that received the Wild Beauty award of Montenegro’s national touristic board for 2105