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Budva – and ancient towns at Adriatic sea has a rich historical background. The Budva coast, also called Budvansk Riviera is 37 km long with 17 main beaches. The climate in Budva is typically Mediterranean, with hot dray summers and mild winters. Budva has 2.300 sunny hours per year.

Mogren Place in front of old historic old town Budva Montenegro

Mogren Place - Budva Stari Grad Old Town

Flora and fauna in Budva are similar to all other coastal towns in Montenegro. In Budva there are palm trees, oleanders, mimosas and wild and domestic pomegranates, figs, oranges, mandarins, grapes and olive trees. Rare examples of flowers and decorative trees are cultivated there.

Sveti Stefan near Budva in Montenegro Sveti Stefan

Budva and Budva's riviera is locatd in the center of the Montengro coast between 42 10' - 42 20' north latitude and 18 49' - 19 00' east longitude.

For many, a holiday to the world renown beaches of the middle coast of Montenegro would be heaven enough, but any one who wants a little diversity may be surprised but what else this region has to offer.

In Budva are plenty of other tantalising beaches along this 37 km stretch of coast Budva Riviera which less expensive and easily reached by car. The waters range in colour from the pale blue sea of Sveti Stefan and Jaz beach to the rich turquoise of Kamenovo Beach and Drobni Pijesak Beach, which lap against dreamy, olive trees and offer idyllic locations to release any pent up tension.

The coastal area around Budva, called Budvanska rivijera, is the most important centre of Montenegro's tourism industry.

Mogren Beach Budva in Montenegro
Cristal clear Water at Morgren Beach in Budva

You will find plenty of small quite bays with fine stony gravel and edged with steep lime cliff along the Riviera Of Budva. One of the attractions in Budva you should not miss is Stari Grad, actually the old Budva city center, for a strong bite of the Montenegro history. The old Town is actually a labyrinth of cobbled streets and charming light white stoned houses.

Historic Property in Budva Montenegro

Historic Property in Budva. < Properties for Sale in Budva >

The Old town (Stari Grad) is based on a small peninsula and represents a treasure chest of culture heritage. You will find many shops, cafés, restaurants and galleries in small romantic streets.

The best time to visit Budva in Montenegro is after and before the holiday season from February to May and from September to December. The city cools down and is turning in to a quite romantic holiday destination. Believe it or not in Budva almost living over 200 millionairs. < Guide to rent a Holiday Accommodation in Budva >

The city Budva is the fastest growing coastal town in Montenegro. It has around 14,000 inhabitants, and is the centre of the Budva municipality.

Historic old Real Estates in Sveti Stefan Montenegro

Historic Real Estate in Sveti Stefan Budva

We provide a complete guide to planning your stay in Montenegro Budva, Ulcinj, Herceg Novi, and Bar including accommodation, hotels, dinning, shopping, nightlife, getting there and getting around Budva and Sveti Stefan.

Budva – and ancient towns at Adriatic sea has a rich historical background. The Budva coast, also called Budvansk Riviera is 37 km long with 17 main beaches. The climate in Budva is typically Mediterranean, with hot dray summers and mild winters. Budva has 2.300 sunny hours per year.

Budva Stari Grad Old Town

Flora and fauna in Budva

Budva are similar to all other coastal towns in Montenegro. In Budva there are palm trees, oleanders, mimosas and wild and domestic pomegranates, figs, oranges, mandarins, grapes and olive trees. Rare examples of flowers and decorative trees are cultivated there.

The municipal of Budva is really ongoning on many international festivals and celebrations like ballet performances, classical music concerts and has plenty of clubs and open air discos. Like many seaside old fortresses in Montenegro, the Citadel hosts evening open air movies and concerts.

Budva hosts many festivals and celebrations like international Rock and Pop Concerst (Rooling Stones, Madonna), classical music concerts and has plenty of clubs and open air discos. Especially during the holiday season (May to October) when a variety of cultural events take place, Budva turns in to vibrant melting point.

During the main holiday season (May to October) when a variety of cultural events take place, Budva turns in to vibrant creative melting point for artist who join to artistic happenings from all over the world.

Climate & Weather in Budva 

During the winter the temperature at Montenegro coast is mostly between 8-14 C and during summer between 25-34C. Budva has a mild Mediterranean climate, crystal clear sea water, long beaches, rich flora and fauna, are the reasons having an unforgettable vacation at the Budva Riviera.

The climate along Budvai is a typical Mediterranean one, with mild winters and hot and dry summers. Summer temperatures in July can rise up to 34°C to 36°C. 2300 hours of sunshine a year. Budva ranks among the sunniest towns of southern Europe.


 
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