The beaches of Herceg Novi consist of the ones that take up the shoreline of the city itself, as well as the beaches on the Luštica peninsula. There is a total of 70 beaches, and they are separated into sandy, gravely, concrete and stone beaches, with many of the beaches combining two and even three types of surface.
Žanjice and Mirišta are two beaches on the Luštica peninsula, across a portion of the sea from Herceg Novi. Boats take tourists to these two beaches every day, with the meeting point being the Škver pier in Herceg Novi, and the two-way ticket fee is €5 per person. The two beaches are favorite holiday spots when major national holidays are being celebrated. Barbecuing and camping are permitted on the two beaches, back between the olive gardens and the old trees. The beaches are covered in gravel, surrounded by grey stones, and the water is truly exquisite, with a transparent blue color, where one can see the clean, pristine sea floor.
The Mud Beach, belonging to the Dr. Simo Milošević Institute, is located in Igalo, one of Herceg Novi’s neighborhoods. This beach is easy to find, as it is the only one of its kind on the Montenegro Riviera, and is a favorite site for both tourist and locals.The Institute for physical medicine, rehabilitation and rheumatology was established in 1949, and is listed in the most famous institutions of its kind in the Balkans. The institute houses a school for physical therapists, as well as the College of Applied Physical Therapy.