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Beaches in Montenegro: The Top 10 Pick Of For Summer 2021

Here are the top 10 beaches in Montenegro. It’s amazing how Montenegro’s 300 Km-long coastlines have so many picturesquee beaches. Whether you're looking for a family place, the best place to surf, or just a relaxing sunbathing we will give you recommendations to help you explore this country. Entrance to all Montenegrin coast is free of charge.

Sveti Stefan

Sveti Stefan is divided into two parts. The left part is free for all tourists. The right side is equipped with deck chairs and parasols for tourists. The price is 50 euros. Next to the beache, there is an excellent restaurant with Mediterranean food. Near this area, there are Milocer and the queen's beach. These are beautiful but also exclusive seaside surrounded by dense forest.

Becici beach

Becici beach is one of the longest in the country. Part of the sand is free for tourists. The rest is well covered with all the equipment for visitors. On this beache, you will find a rich offer of sports and water fun. Parking is paid 3-5 euros per day.

Jaz Montenegro

Jaz is located 2 kilometres away from Budva. It is surrounded by nature, so the water is extremely clean. The are is a part of the beache that is free, and a part where you can rent an umbrella and deck chairs. At the very beginning of the sand, there are restaurants. In the hinterland is a car camp.


Petrovac is one of the most visited beache on the Montenegrin Riviera. The entire length of the promenade, which houses numerous restaurants and hotels. The beache is covered with fine pebbles and has a rich offer. Sunbed and an umbrella can be rented for 10 euros.

Plavi horizonti

Plavi Horizonti is located on a Lustica peninsula, 14 km away from Tivat. The beache is suitable for families with children, it is covered with fine sand, and part of the coast is shallow. Parking is free of charge.


Kamenovo is located next to Budva. Deck chair and sunshade are rented on the coastline. Parking is free. All kinds of marine entertainment devices are available on the beache. Tourists can eat in the restaurant which has a rich offer of food and drinks.

Long beach Ulcinj

The long beach Ulcinj is about 12 km long. It has a large number of tidy parts with parking, bars and restaurants. It is known for its excellent conditions for surfing, sailing and other sea sports. The water is extremely clean and the lido is covered with fine sand. The water is shallow in most places, which suits children.

Kotor Montenegro beaches

There are several small beaches in and around Kotor. They differ in size and composition. The part is sandy and the part is concrete parts, or rocky. There is also a smaller beache along the road. You can swim, but remember to take sea shoes, the pebbles are tough on feet.

Bajova kula -On the way from Kotor to Perast there is a small pebble sand surrounded by greenery. It is very popular for its cafes and daily entertainment, restaurants and clear sea. The place is mainly intended for couples, not for families with small children. Parking is not organized, so it will be a problem to find a free place.

The beaches of Ljuta and Orahovac can be found at 9 km from Kotor towards Perast. Both beaches have sunbeds and umbrellas for rent. They are sandy and are characterized by clear water. The best restaurants are located nearby, as well as a wide belt of greenery.

Rafaello-Herceg Novi

Raffaelo is very popular beache on the border of Herceg-Novi and Igalo. It is filled with sand, 3,000 m2, near the plage there are cafes and restaurants. There is the possibility of renting deck chairs and parasols.

Lustica peninsula

We especially emphasize the Lustica peninsula. Known for its untouched nature and a large number of the smaller beaches. Zanjice beache stands out, which is surrounded by forest and greenery. You can also reach it by boats that drive from Herceg Novi. There is a good restaurant close, and you can rent deck chairs and parasols.

Montenegro sandy beaches

Mogren beach

Mogren beach is located near the old town of Budva. It can be reached by a narrow path next to the Avala Hotel. The length is 350 meters, and fine sand covers the beache and the entrance to the sea. Tourists can dine at a restaurant nearby, while parasols and deck chairs are also available. Water cannot be reached by car. The first parking lot is about 400 m away near the old town.

Drobni pijesak

Drobni pijesak is a small and tidy beache between Petrovac and Sveti Stefan. It is covered with fine sand of golden colour, and the water is extremely clear. There is also a great restaurant here. The price of parking for the day is 4 euros, and a set of sunbed and umbrellas are 10 euros.


Trsteno has located 6 km from Budva. It is covered with extremely fine sand. It has sunbeds and umbrellas for rent. Parking is free. There are also two restaurants. Part of the beache is free for visitors who do not want to rent sunbeds.


Lucice are located next to Petrovac. There is a possibility to rent sunbed and umbrellas, parking is free. Tourists have at their disposal several restaurants nearby. In the background is a dense pine forest where children and people with sensitive skin can stay. A water slide has been installed for children - great fun for the little ones.


Copacabana are located on the sixth km of Long Beach in Ulcinj. It is covered with the finest fine sand. There are 500 sunbed and 800 umbrellas. It has its parking lot which is free for guests. Tourists can have lunch and drinks in the restaurant. There are playrooms for children and a volleyball court for adults.

How to get to the beaches in Montenegro?

There are several ways to get to Montenegro beaches. You have the choice of hiring a car, boarding the bus or taking a taxi. In the period April-October, all roads in the state are clean and passable.

There is a large number of bus lines to all cities in the country. Ticket prices range from 1 euro to 10 euros - how much is a bus ticket between the two most distant cities on the coast: Ulcinj-Herceg Novi. However, some of the most beautiful strands cannot be reached by bus.

Taxi prices range up to 1 euro per kilometre. Taxis are ordered by phone, or on-site if you are close to a taxi stand. Car rental agencies offer cars at different prices and this is the result of an agreement. If you rent a car, it is important to know the basic traffic regulations.

You can also visit some lido by boat. There are certain places from which boats transport passengers. These are checkpoints on the major city coast. The ticket price is around 3 euros.

Which part of Montenegro is the best?

Which part of Montenegro is the best is a difficult question. Each area is a whole for itself and has a special value. When we talk about the coast, there are exceptional beauties of the Bay of Kotor and the Lustica peninsula. The second part consists of Saint Stephen and his surroundings. The third part to visit is the area of Ulcinj and the old town of Bar.

In the central part of the country, there is the old capital of Cetinje and the national parks Lovcen and Skadar Lake. This region connects the coast and the mountains have famous wineries and national specialities.

In the north are areas for lovers of mountains and nature. There are national parks Biogradska gora and Durmitor. They are famous for the mountains, beautiful lakes, Tara canyon, hiking trails, lookouts.

Every tourist makes the right choice of what he wants to visit. However, if you are well organized, during your vacation you can visit all the most important places in this territory.

What is the best time to visit Montenegro?

The best time to visit Montenegro depends on your wishes. The bathing season in the state starts in the evening in May. In June, the water is already warm, so it is perhaps the most beautiful month for swimming lovers. It can be said that May and June are the best times to our state. In August, there is a large number of tourists, so the crowds prevent a complete introduction to the natural beauty.

For lovers of national parks, both untouched nature and the postseason is a great period. In September and October, air temperatures are as high as 25 degrees. There are no traffic jams and all places are more easily accessible. In September, the seawater is still warm, so this month is also great for swimming.