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Trsteno Beach

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Trsteno Beach

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Krimovice, Kotor Municipality Montenegro
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Budva Boat Trip - Ploce beach, Saint Nikola island and Saint Stefan peninsula
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Budva Boat Trip - Ploce beach, Saint Nikola island and Saint Stefan peninsula

Take a moment and enjoy the best boat tour in Budva. Our boat is big enough for 15 guests and it is equipped with fridge and other essentials for your joy, as well with music so you would enjoy summer hits. Tour is 3 hours and you would be able to visit the most interesting places in Budva. We start from Old town marina and heading behind city walls, passing Jaz beach and reaching beach Ploce. Here we make pause for swimming and sunbath. After that we are going around Saint Nikola island to the Saint Stefan peninsula which is the most luxury resort in Montenegro. This place is very nice for swimming and snorkeling. Later on we are heading back passing by Milocer beach and reaching to the island Saint Nikola. There is small cave where you can swim and snorkeling, as well to visit some hidden wild beaches behind island. From this place when you get ready we are heading back to Old town Budva, and finish this amazing adventure. You are allowed to bring your own food and drink on boat.
US$80,12 per adult
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AliTaha wrote a review Aug 2019
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The music on the beach is torture and the managers should be charged with abusing guests. Besides that, it's really crowded and we even saw a human guano floating around in the water.It could be a nice place, but it's not. Avoid if you don't like Serbian turbo folk, mixed with eurotrash.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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MrMarioo wrote a review Jul 2019
London, United Kingdom90 contributions28 helpful votes
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Avoid Avoid Avoid!!! Worst beach I have visited in my whole life. Looks like a building site, post nuclear landscape, iron rods sticking out of the derelict road surface! Rusted metal scraps, litter everywhere, beach itself full of rubble, extremely overcrowded! To make the things even worse, you are not allowed to consume your own food or drinks - ridiculous. Sun bed and umbrella cost staggering €15!!! Plus €3 for car park!!! It is the shame, because this place in good hands with right management could be a real gem. I'm affraid than once you in Budva and especially with young kids Jazz beach is the only option.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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IdeaF wrote a review Jul 2019
5 contributions2 helpful votes
Once upon a time Trsteno beach was my favorite place in Montenegro but now it is complete disaster!! Landscape is devastated. It looks like abandoned construction site. Sad how people destroys nature and no one cares!!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Viorel Iosub wrote a review Jul 2019
Sibiu, Romania1 581 contributions61 helpful votes
Nice small sandy beach with shallow waters, perfect for kids. The water is clean. Parking area is available.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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soringrigore wrote a review Feb 2019
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In 2015 it was an excellent location that deserves to be frequented!The main attraction was the pontoons with sunbeds!In their absence, it has reached what is today, a desolate, dirty beach with a poor restaurant!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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