British Telegraph: Budva on the second place of the best hidden seaside resorts

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In a series of positive articles published about Montenegro is also the one published in British Telegraph. Author of the article Jane Foster in a picturesque way describes natural beauties of Budva riviera with providing tips for all those that decide to spend their vacation in Budva this summer. This magazine positioned Budva at the second place of the best hidden seaside resorts.

“Founded by the Greeks in the fourth century BC, and then fortified during the Middle Ages, the town forms the heart of the “Budva Riviera”, which runs 22 miles from Trsteno to Buljarica, and is dotted with a series of sheltered coves and eight miles of sand and pebble beaches” says the author of the article Jane Foster.

For many people, as she stated, the highlight is Sveti Stefan, a small island 6 miles from Budva which is connected to the mainland by a sand spit.

“The island is is home to the superb Aman Sveti Stefan island-hotel which has exclusive right for using several spectacular beaches at the island – but there are public beaches too”, says the author.

“West of Budva, the Blue Flag Jaz is a curving arc of fine pebbles and sand, ideal for children, with pedal boats, kayaks and jet-skis for hire. It is backed by a campsite, and hosts open-air summer concerts and the annual Sea Dance Festival”, emphasized Foster.

Source: Cafe Del Montenegro