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Blue Horizon, Montenegro Location
Beneath pointed peaks of Mt Lovcen rising from the sea, there is the Budvan Riviera. After Budva, anchored on the shore with their own coastal luxury, the Queens of the Mediterranean, picturesque towns Sveti Stefan, Milocer and Petrovac lie in a row. Harmoniously fit into the rich Mediterranean vegetation and washed by abounding sun, around forty settlements and hamlets and twenty beaches give their special contribution to the scene. Looking at the slopes of Lovcen, breathing the scent of cypress forests and enjoying the charm of the girls from the coast would make even the biggest pessimists believe Dostoyevsky who said that beauty will save the world.
Viewing from the sea, you will immediately notice two specific features of this coastal part: the jagged coastline and mountainous hinterland.
Approaching the shore, you will notice high cliffs ascending steeply above the sea frequently replaced by low sandy strands. The beauty of the constant change of the relief and the whole landscape of this Mediterranean area cannot be truly experienced if one does not walk along the coast.
The sea created oval coves with sandy beaches in the soft sandstone and steep cliffs in the firm limestone. Thus, the sea has created 17 first-class, mostly sandy beaches. Notable in terms of the quality and length in meters are: Jaz 1200, Mogren 350, Slovenska plaza 1600, Becici 1950, Kamenovo 330, Przno 260, Milocer 280, Sveti Stefan 700, Drobni pijesak 240, Petrovac 600, Lucice 220, and Buljarica 2000 meters. The total length of all 17 sandy beaches comes to 13 kilometers. In 1935, the Becici beach was proclaimed the most beautiful beach in the Mediterranean.
Sveti Stefan is connected to the mainland by a limestone reef like bridge and it presents a special attraction and the most exclusive summer resort in the Mediterranean.
In this area, the air temperature in January is 7.7C°, and in July 24.1C. According to the average annual temperature, Budva is ranked before Nice (Budva 15,8, Nice 15,2). The bathing season lasts from May until the mid of October.
Nature takes care of the plants’ survival. Most Mediterranean plants have leathery thick leaves to withstand the sun. Under the influence of sunshine and warm air, plants produce various resins and etheric oils, flowers bloom luxuriantly spreading their strong scents.
Milocer’s landscaped park covers the area of 18 hectares with flowerbeds and trees of exotic species: Lebanese cedar, tropical mimosa, Japanese medlar, cactus, agave, pittosporum and others.
Petrovac boasts fabulous flower gardens. From distant coastal countries, sailors brought all kinds of rare exotic trees and planted them along the Riviera: different African palms, eucalyptus from Australia, cypress, oleander and mimosa from different parts of the Mediterranean.
During summer, this area is not only attractive for tourists but also for numerous artists.