Jaz is one of the most beautiful beaches that I've been to, it's about 2,5 km away from Budva in the direction of Tivat, and there is alos an auto camp in the woods.
The beach is very long (about 1km) with crystal clear water and very small pebbles, almost sandy, and in the part towards Budva there is a nudist section, not crowded and very peaceful.
Another gorgeous beach in the near vicinity of Budva! It is right between Budva and Sveti Stefan. It is also hidden among the pines and cypress trees, in lush Mediterranean vegetation and beautiful shore, sandy/pebbled with emerald waters and crystal clear sea!
It was named after queen Marija who loved to go there so much, it was her favourite place.
Milocer is a place right beside Queen's beach, and it is another spectacular beach that together with its classy accomodation (a very expensive hotel on the beach that used to be a royal villa) is another pompous destination for spending your vacation.
Island Sveti Nikola (Saint Nicholas) is the biggest Montenegrin island, 2 km long, with the highest point of 120 m. It is connected with Budva with the stripe of land above which sea is only 0.5 m deep during low water. Legend says that this stripe is deed of Saint Sava. Island is known by rich fauna and the church of the same name – Saint Nicholas Church.
We had a little wander around the beach/promenade of Sveti Stefan on an extremely hot day. In the peak season there is a Olimpia bus for Euro 2.50 from Budva to Sveti Stefan, where you may enjoy the beach to the left in front of the closed island.
Access to the island is for hotel guests only. For the bus back to Budva you may have to climb all the stairs up to the main road as we didn't see any official bus stop further down. It's best to ask someone.
SVeti Stefan is a beautiful little island just a couple of kilometers after Budva. It used to be a fishermen's island, but 40 years ago it was turned into a very pompous luxurious hotel of 5*, where the extra royal suite costs 1500 EUR per night!!! (the famous villa 118) The access is forbidden for non-guests of the hotel, but if you want, you can make a tour around the island for 6 EUR.
Hotel-town Sveti Stefan is situated in the middle part of Budvanska Riviera. A former fisherman village, mentioned in documents for the first time in 1442, since 1960 represents a world famous town-hotel with comfortable villas and luxurious apartments. The statesmen, high officials, industrialists, film stars, the best sportsmen are its clientela, especially in the prestigious and the legendary villa #118.
You can take excursion to Kotor from Budva. The old town of Kotor is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in this part of the Mediterranean. It was succeeded in preserving its original form, so typical of towns between the XII and the XIV century. The asymmetric structure of the narrow streets and squares, combined with the numerous valuable monuments of medieval architecture, contributed to Kotor being placed on UNESCO's "The world natural and cultural inheritance" list.
Saint Nicholas Church is on the island of the same name, near Budva. It can be seen on print from 16th century, but it is considered to be quite older as tradition connects it with Crusaders buried on the island in the 11th century.
I am not truly sure if those are real fjords and they call them that way. Now for someone who been driving around Norway and seen the real fjords those here are not really impressive, but I look at them in a regional view and without the comparing and this all were look very beautiful to me, beautiful sea, interesting old cities and of course the great weather make it all very charming.
This is not really off the beaten path, just to mentioned those lovely small streets in the old city where you can just stroll around and around. It is also a way to escape the heat of the mid day as it is shady and cooler sometimes.
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.
Approximately 6 kilometers south of Budva there is Svetji Stefan resort.
This resort initially was a vilage acquired by Yugoslavian governament when Tito was in power. History says that this fortified village was built in 15th century to defend against the Turks.
Today it's a 5-star franchise hotel of the international group of Aman Resorts