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Budva tourist attractions: Three places you must not miss


Budva is known for its beautiful beaches, clear sea, and good nightlife, but what is certainly less known, but no less important, are its "hidden" treasures, which tourists find more and more often. 

Church of St. Sava in Đenaši

The Church of St. Sava and the viewpoint in Đenaši are located above St. Stephen. From this place there is an incredible view of the Budva coast, Sveti Stefan, Miločer, Reževiće and Budva.

This vantage point is a favorite among newlyweds, who regularly choose this spot for their wedding pictures, with St. Stephen's in the background.

The place experienced real "fame" thanks to numerous photos of tourists on social networks, which show a beautiful panorama and an incredible sunset typical of this part of our coast.

Photo: Ljepota_svakodnevice 

Rock in Miločerski Park

When you take the path through the Miločerski Park, which connects Sveti Stefan and Kraljeva Beach, and opposite the city of the "Sveti Stefan" hotel, you will find a rock that is already famous on social networks.

This rock for photography is equally inspiring to both domestic and foreign tourists, and they often come to Miločer with the desire to take photos right here. 

Photo: sashaorpaul 

The island of Sveti Nikola Školj

Sveti Nikola or Školj (Italian: scoglio – rock), as the locals call it, is the largest Montenegrin island in the Adriatic. The island covers 47 hectares and is almost 2 km long, and it is a whole mile away from the Old Town in Budva. It got its name from the church of the same name located on it, which is dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors.

Locals like to tell the legend about the formation of the sandbar that connects the island of Sveti Nikola. Namely, Saint Sava twice - in 1229 and 1234 - tried to leave Budva for Palestine to visit the Christian sanctuaries in the Holy Land.

However, a big storm and waves did not allow him to board the ship that was waiting for him sheltered in the lee of the island of Sveti Nikola. Waiting on the shore, St. Sava threw pebbles into the water and thus created a path to the island, which he and his companions then used to reach the ship.

Today, that bank is called Tunja, and during low tide the water level drops to only half a meter, so you can almost walk over that road.

The island of Sveti Nikola is overgrown with dense forest, mostly evergreen trees - thick conifers, pine and spruce. 

Photo: ottorvald 

Covert photo: dijeteprirode

Source: Rtv Budva


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