Are you looking for a family beach destination, with incredible landscapes, all the services you need and places where peace is breathed? If so, there is a destination in Eastern Europe that has everything you are looking for. This is one of the biggest resorts on the coast of Montenegro, which is also the sixth largest town in the country: the surprising Budva. So that you can discover its numerous attractions at your own pace and with all the comforts of home, you have the chance of booking your room at the Iberostar Bellevue; one of the best hotels in Budva.
Located on the southern coast of the south of the country and with a population that barely reaches 20,000 inhabitants, Budva, and its surroundings have become an important pole of attraction thanks to its 11.3 km (7 miles) of sandy beaches, its lively nightlife and the undeniable charm of the nearby towns.
What is more, with average temperatures of 23.1 ° C in summer and 9.3 ° C in winter, it is one of the warmest cities in the Mediterranean region; ideal for those who don't want the weather to ruin their well-deserved holidays.
These are the reasons why there is no doubt that you will not find a more suitable alternative for your next romantic getaway or your Easter or summer holidays.
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Budva oozes history on all four sides. In fact, there are documents to show that this city was one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast. And that is not all, according to local legend; the town was founded by Cadmus the Phoenician, an exiled hero of Thebes who found refuge there for him and his wife, Harmonía.
The area has also been influenced by Ancient Greece and Rome, as well as other subsequent European empires. At present, Budva is the sum of all its visitors, who arrive there from various points of Montenegro and Europe in search of peace and tranquillity.
For all the above, visiting Budva is like taking a trip to the past. Studded with Mediterranean-style buildings, it is known for its spectacular old town, whose Venetian origin can be seen in doors, frames, windows and balconies. Its streets are dominated by a multi-coloured atmosphere, since many of its buildings have been decorated with all the colours of the rainbow.
Among the places to visit in Budva, are three beautiful churches. The oldest, is that of Saint Ivan, from the seventh century. It is followed by the church of Santa María in Punta, a complex built by Benedictine monks that dates back to the year 840. This list is completed with the Church of the Holy Trinity, which was completed in 1804. From a single nave, its interior accommodates the remains of the writer Stjepan Mitrov Ljubisa (1824-1878), born in Budva and considered one of the first realist authors of Serbian literature.
However, the list of things to see and do is not limit to the town itself. If you travel just 8 kilometres southeast you can visit Sveti Stefan, a picturesque fishing village originally from the fifteenth century which has become one of the most visited places of the Budva Riviera (Budvanska Rivijera). Strolling through the streets of this town, you can take in the old-fashioned atmosphere and admire many magnificent examples of popular Montenegrin architecture.
Not far from Sveti Stefan, we find another town with similar characteristics: Miločer, which is often frequented by businessmen and local politicians.
And if you don't mind travelling further afield, you must squeeze in an excursion to nearby Dubrovnik, in neighbouring Croatia, or the photogenic bay of Kotor, both of which have been UNESCO World Heritage sites since 1979.
In Budva and its surroundings, you will enjoy 35 first-class beaches, fine sand and warm waters. Moreover, 8 of them have the distinction of Blue Flag, which ensures the quality of the beach in terms of infrastructure, as well as water quality, access and services, among others.
Undoubtedly, the most famous is Mogren Beach. Surrounded by breath-taking cliffs, it is accessed through a 500-metre footpath that starts in the old town.
Other nearby beaches worth visiting, are Ričardova Glava, Pizana, Slovenska and Guvance. However, there are many others further afield, the most outstanding of which are Becici - where the Iberostar hotel is located - Maestral, Jaz, Trsteno, Miločer, Sveti Stefan, Pržno and Kamenovo.
On another note, don't forget that the extensive offer of nightlife in this town has become one of the biggest attractions for young tourists and the local clubs are packed every day of the week. There are also all kinds of other establishments such as cafes, restaurants, shops and pubs right on the main street.
In order to enjoy all these attractions and more, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts offers you the Iberostar Bellevue, a 4-star hotel located right on the seafront. There you will find all the facilities to make your family holiday in Montenegro an unforgettable experience.
And so that you do not have to worry about anything other than what to see in Montenegro, we have the option to enjoy our All-Inclusive accommodation, staying in spacious, fully equipped rooms with sea views. There are also a host of services and leisure activities for the whole family provided by our highly qualified team.
If you're wondering how to get to Budva, you'll be pleased to know that the airport of the capital of Montenegro, Podgorica, is just 65 km away, with regular flights to many different parts of Europe throughout the year. There are two ways to access Budva from Podgorica by road: through town of Cetinje or through the new Sozina tunnel. It couldn't be easier!
Don't think twice: check out our discounts and hotel deals in Iberostar Budva Montenegro and book your room as soon as possible. This way, you will benefit from the best price and you will ensure an unforgettable stay in Montenegro. Are you ready?
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