Budva's beaches occupy over 38 km of shabby coastline with many sandy coves,capes and smaller islands. All beahces, in their own way, show the irresistible charm and beauty, and it seems that the longest vacation is too short to visit and enjoy each of them.
Located around 150 meters from Budva’s historical district, this beach surrounded by rocks is a true sandy beauty. Mogren beach offers you an escape from the noisy town streets and beaches, but is still close to anything you may need. Mogren is one of the most prestigious beaches in the Adriatic, with its fine sand and clear blue sea and the view of the Sveti Nikola Island. Mogren beach actually consists of two beaches connected via a tunnel, and its entrance is situated adjacent to the Avala Hotel in front of the walls of the historical district. The beach is sunny all day long, and its position supplies it with gentle wind from the south. Mogren got its name thanks to Mogrini, a Spanish sailor, who found safety on the beach after a shipwreck, even building a small church there, dedicated to his patron saint, Saint Anthony.
Slovenska or Slavic Beach is located right next to the walls of the historical district of Budva and is part of the Budva Riviera. This beach is actually a resort, as it offers accommodation, tennis and volleyball facilities, restaurants, cafes, as well as a 1.6km-long beach. The Slavic Beach tourist resort is host to many conferences, student field trips, as well as sporting events and festivals. The name comes from the first tourists who enjoyed the beaches 40 years ago, who happened to be from the Czech Republic.
Jaz Beach is located only 2.5km away from Budva, spanning over 1200 meters, 300 of which is a nudist beach. The beach is a popular place for swimming, sunbathing, as well as camping just behind the beach. Interestingly, The Rolling Stones held a concert at the beach in 2007, followed by Madonna in 2008, whose concert attracted around 50 thousand people. Madonna’s concert was followed by performances by musicians such as Lenny Kravitz, Armand Van Helden, Dino Merlin and Goran Bregović,
Known as “The Hawaii of Budva”, this island is located in front of the historical district, connected to land via an underwater sand shoal and it truly can remind one of Hawaii, being separated from Budva’s shore. On the island, there is a sandy beach called Hawaii, as well as a restaurant in the shade of pine trees. The island is perfect for spending a whole day with your family, and boats take passengers from the pedestrian zone next to the historical district to the island every day, with a two-way boat ticket costing €4, the ticket being valid from morning until dark
Situated 10km away from Budva, this beach is located next to the luxurious Sveti Stefan island hotel, to which it is connected via bridge. The bridge separated the beach into two different sections. To the left of the bridge, there is a public beach, whereas the right side holds a private beach reserved only for guest of the hotel. The entrance fee to the beach is €50, and an added bonus to this beach is that, thanks to the fact that the number of people on the beach is limited, you are sure to enjoy your time there. It is no rare occurrence that celebrities seek peace from paparazzi on this exact beach.