In a world of growing cities and growing populations, it’s hard to find a little respite to rest your mind, body, and soul. As Montenegro’s popularity grows, travelers can sometimes be a bit disappointed by the hype. The main reason is that they stick to crowded places and city beaches that locals usually avoid.
I love my readers and my homeland, so I would like to share top secret information about the most beautiful beaches of Montenegro. Here you can find Montenegro’s lesser-known and less crowded beaches.
my favorite beach! I may be biased, but Trsteno has it all. Hidden in a small bay. It features a beach bar, restaurant, white sandy beach and crystal clear shallow waters. It’s very close to Budva and Kotor, the most touristic towns on the Montenegrin coast, so you won’t have to travel more than 20 minutes. Cheap beach loungers and free parking are also available.
2. Queen’s Beach
Kralhisina Plaza and Queen’s Beach have been closed to the public for nearly 20 years. It was reserved for prime ministers, presidents, and people like Beckham because you had to pay huge amounts of money to get it. Currently, anyone can visit for free. It is located in a small bay surrounded by two hills. The only downside is that there are no shops or cafes nearby and as it is public there are no beach loungers.
Nizvice is located at the very entrance of the Bay of Kotor. The closest city to Herceg is Novi, which is very close to the borders of Montenegro and Croatia. It consists of several beaches, one of which is a nudist beach. The water is clean and shallow, making it perfect for swimming.
4. Sveti Stefan
Another beach that has opened to the public in the past two years is Queen’s Beach. Sveti Stefan is a peninsula near Budva made up of medieval houses turned hotels and now reserved for some of the wealthiest people on earth. Dan Bilzerian, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have been guests, but the beach is public. I recommend visiting once before it closes again.
5. Bajoba Kula
This is the most beautiful beach in Montenegro, but we had to lower the ranking due to the price. Beach loungers cost him more than $50 per day and have been for the past 10 years. Food and drink prices are also high, but the views are amazing. Located near the medieval village of Perast, Bajova Kura is the perfect place for wealthy hedonists.
6. Kings Beach/Milosar
Kings Beach is located in the bay between Queen’s Beach and Sveti Stefan. Like them, it was recently opened to the public. Beautiful yellow gravel and a white palace just a few inches behind the beach. As the name suggests, like Queen’s Beach, these beaches were reserved for royalty and were closed to the public for a long time.
Vardanos is a bay near the town of Ulcinj. He is one of the rare places in Ulcinj that is not crowded. There is a beautiful beach bar where you can sit and relax all day long.
8. Ada Bojana
In the delta of the Bojana River, where it meets the Adriatic Sea, there is a river island called Ada Bojana. Ada means “delta” in Montenegrin. Located on the border of Montenegro and Albania, it is characterized by strong winds, perfect for kitesurfing. If you’re interested, there are also nudist beaches on some parts of the island.
9. Mogren Beach
At the very edge of Budva town, hidden behind high cliffs, lies Mogren Beach. He is one of the beautiful beaches of Montenegro, with deep and clean water, a restaurant and a beach bar. Beach loungers are available at affordable prices, which is unexpected considering the beauty of this place.
10. Puravi Horizonti/The Blue Horizon
If you have small children who like to roam and you are worried about them wandering around, Pravi Orizzonti is the beach for you. It has shallow turquoise water and white sand, perfect for building sandcastles. This beach is located on the Ruštika peninsula near Tivat.
11. Palmon Bay
Palmon Bay is the name of a beach and also the name of a hotel in Igalo. He is one of the few beaches in Montenegro where people with disabilities can enjoy the sea. However, it is quite expensive due to its proximity to hotels and spas. The beach is very beautiful, so it might be worth going.
12. Golden Coast/Zlatna Obara
Zlatna Obara is located near Sutomore and is one of the beaches that only locals know about. When I say locals, I mean people who live minutes away from there. I found out about this beach last year and I have to say it’s worth a visit. The beach is gravel so it’s a bit unsuitable for people with flat feet like me, but if you can tolerate the discomfort you’ll have a great time.
13. La Bamba
La Bamba beach itself is a concrete beach in Igalo, so it is not very beautiful, but it is a dream destination for young people. There seem to be concerts every night and parties with loud music every day.
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