In Boka Kotorska bay there are no long sandy beaches which are characteristic of other parts of Montenegrin coastline. What makes this Riviera special are numerous pontoons and smaller sandy or pebbly beaches. One of the most popular beaches in Bokokotorska bay is the beach called Bajova kula or Bajo’s tower.
About ten kilometers from Kotor, on the way to Herceg Novi, there is a place called Drazin vrt and a famous beach Bajova kula. Within the beach, hidden in the shade of laurel, there is a restaurant and a café; here visitors can rent sunbeds and parasols (the cost of a sunbed and parasol is € 20.00 - 2 sunbeds and a parasol).
In Kotor, the most famous beach is seven kilometers long and it is extending from the old town of Kotor to the settlement of Saint Stasije. There is a long promenade by the sea; on one side are villas, houses and apartments, and on the other, a pebble beach and several beach bars and tavernas along the coast. The most popular is the beach bar within Huma Bay's luxury accommodation.
Not far from the beach Bajova Kula there is a small fishermen village Orahovac. Orahovac beach is about 800 meters long, with two beach bars ("Grota" and "Galija"), as well as a hotel with its own beach "Amfora". Within 800 meters of the beach, visitors can find all they might need for an idyllic stay.
Along the coast of Perast, there are numerous so-called ‘’rocky beaches’’, which are public, but it is important to note that you cannot rent sunbeds or parasols here, anyway you can bring your own. The sea is rather deep in Perast, and there is only one place with shallow water on a pebble beach.
Just three kilometers from Perast, there is a small settlement Risan. Along the coast of this place there are all pebble beaches. Most interesting ones are of course those with beach bars: Fashion Beach, River Beach, located both on the sea coast and partly on a small river coast, and Smokvica Beach Bar.