Budva is above all Montenegro’s most popular seaside resort town. Part of the Budva Riviera has famous sandy beaches and recognizable nightlife. Venetians built Stone walls surround the narrow streets of the medieval old town. This historic district is home to a seaside citadel and religious sites. For example, one of them is Church of Santa Maria in Punta from the 9th century.
The entrance to the town walls is in the corner where the citadel meets the outer wall. Budva’s town walls date back to the 9th century and in the 16th century had six watchtowers. A huge earthquake in 1667 damaged the walls, but they were rebuilt. From the top of the walls you’ll get certainly the most beautiful views of the town and coastline.
Sveti Stefan is the jewel in the Budva Riviera’s crown. Therefor it’s one of the must-see sights on the Riviera. The little islet’s history dates back to the 15th Century when the Ottoman Turks were out to conquer the Adriatic Sea. According to a legend recounted by Stjepan Mitrov Ljubiša the town fortification was funded after Paštrovići looted Turkish ships moored in front of Jaz during Barbarossa’s siege of Kotor in 1539. However brave locals razed the town shortly after fourth Ottoman-Venetian war.
Near Sveti Stefan the road winds through Milocer park which is filled with olive groves and exotic trees. It takes you past Villa Milocer which was a royal mansion and now is transformed into a luxury hotel. Property has two beautiful pebble beaches. Famouse Queen’s Beach and King’s Beach.
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