Iberostar Bellevue

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Plaza Bellevue beach, Porec, Budva, 85310, Montenegro
Iberostar Bellevue
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Excellent
32%
64
Very Good
30%
60
Average
16%
32
Poor
10%
21
Terrible
9%
19

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 67% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples59
  • Solo50
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

from budva to stari bar

by zeynepcelic

Hi!
ı will be in Budva on 14th of september. How can ı go to Stari Bar from Budva and what can ı do to find my relatives in Stari Bar?
İf someone can help to me, ı will be very pleased.
Thanks a lot.

Re: from budva to stari bar

by alan1972

There are quite a few buses from Budva to Bar. I think there are some local buses from Bar to Stari Bar (which is in the hills a few kilometres from Bar) but I don't know how frequent they are. If necessary a taxi shouldn't be expensive.

Re: from budva to stari bar

by pa_leni

Taxi=0,8 euro per km.
This is not so cheap.

Travel Tips for Budva

Beaches

by yumyum

As in all Montenegrin towns there are organised public beaches where there is a stretch of beach where you can hire sunbeds and sun umbrellas and on the other half you may just lay down your towel.

There are beaches behind old town which are very popular. Mind you to reach the second and third beach you need to take the path along the rockface.

Then there is the big beach. First coming from the old town there is the yacht harbour where you may see some pretty fancy yachts, then come various organised beaches with restaurants and other attractions along the promenade right above the beach. There is a second promenade a few meters further inland with lots of stalls/little shops, nightclubs/bars, openair internet cafe etc.

There is a lot of construction of new buildings going on. So apart from the old town, Budva itself is not terribly pretty.

Guard houses

by Aurorae

These were the guard houses for soldiers who were protecting the town, like we have nowadays in military plants. :) But these soldiers have much more attractive view! ;) There are also niches for guns.

Town Beaches

by vesna04

Budva has an outstanding beaches. Some are located in Budva town itself but the best are out (not far) and are part of Budva's riviera. All of them are put under special protection as a natural heritage. Mogren Beaches and Slovenska Beach are the most popular beaches within town. Going further, you can find Jaz Beach, Becici Beach, Kamenovo Beach, Przno Beach, Queen`s Beach, Milocer Beach, Sveti Stefan Beach, Petrovac Beach, Lucice Beach and Buljarica Beach. Beside those main, there are a lot of hidden small beaches to be discovered.
I am not going to write about them individualy here and if you want to find out more, some of them are described in my Republic of Montenegro Generel Tips.

Theater City

by Jeca011

An international, worldly known festival of theater, music, literature and fine arts, is organized outdoors in Budva every summer, from July 1, till August 20. Numerous plays, dominant in theater life in Montenegro and Serbia, have been created on Budva's stages. Owing to the visits of distinguished theatrical ensembles from the neighboring and other countries, this metropolis of Montenegrin tourism becomes an international capital of most distinguished artists during summer. Apart from the plays, numerous concerts of domestic and worldly known ensembles and most prominent performers of classical music, are also held. Often, the artists give a performance in very acoustic ambiance of ancient sacral buildings in Budva. There are also many fine arts exhibitions in Budva's galleries. Already affirmed painters, as well as those just graduated from the Cetinje Academy are presented here.

Perast

by Jeca011

It is situated 12 km west from Kotor and represents the best preserved baroque area in the Adriatic. You should visit Church of St. George and Church Our Lady of Rock built on the artificial islet in front of Perast.

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 Iberostar Bellevue

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Address: Plaza Bellevue beach, Porec, Budva, 85310, Montenegro