Budva

Budva

rock peninsula with many layers of history

Location: 

Budva, Montenegro

Duration: 

Monday, October 26, 2015

personal highlights

  1. Budva: new resorts on top of ancient remains (as old as 500 BC)
  2. Old Town: rock peninsula with a long history and countless rulers
  3. Private Host: deep philosophy, great travel tips, utterly hospitable
  4. Sveti Stefan: overpriced parking, no access to island, great swim
  5. Mogren beach: lovely lonely beach, protected behind big rocks

image sources

  1. Private holiday resort @ Sveti Stefan
  2. Date palm tree @ Sveti Stefan
  3. Turquoise water @ Mogren beach
  4. Santa Maria In PuntaOld Town
  5. Overview of Budva @ Road to Lovcen

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