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Guide > Beaches > Boka to Budva
Njivice is the westernmost beach in Montenegro, only a few
hundred meters from the
Croatian border, below the Hotel Riva. The main part is
reserved for nudists.
2. Igalo/Herceg Novi:
The Riviera there is about 25 kilometers long. There are
deserted gravel beaches as well as real “tourist grills”.
3. Perast has a small
concrete platform a hundred meters outside of town. Quiet.
offers from small gravel stretches to concrete platforms, a
total of 31,000 square meters of beaches.
Kalazdovo: The well maintained gravel beach is near the
airport on the Prevlaka peninsula.
From turquoise to deep blue, the water in the bay is a
symphony of colors. For many Montenegrins this is the most
beautiful beach in the country, but it’s not that easy to
get to. From Tivat it’s a half hour drive. A must see is the
Blue Cave, an up to 30 meter high hollow on the water.
Blue Horizon is the translated name of the bay on which there
is also a major hotel complex. Cool pine forests offer shade,
fine gravel, restaurants.
is small and family friendly. The 200 meter long gravel beach
runs vapidly into the water. The bay is well protected from
wind and waves. Simple restaurant.