Budva/Becici information


Until recently, Bečići was referred to as a small village as it is separated from the main area in Budva by the narrow peninsula known as Zavala.

Today, however, several exclusive hotels in Bečići run along the Budva ave, connecting it with the larger city, and Zavala has become more of an architectural landmark shared by the two, with a short tunnel on the peninsula to connect the two.

Coming from Budva, the path splits just outside the tunnel—one path leading through the hotel complex and out on the Bečići beach, and the other out to the tip of the peninsula.


For those tourists who choose to walk from Budva to Bečići, the biggest dilemma is whether to walk the additional 1950 meters down the paved path to Rafailovići or to explore the beaches—in summer, the choice is clear, as the beach and the sea offer limitless beauty and opportunities.

The beach is the crown jewel of Bečići with some parts of the beach an impressive 100m wide. Area is loaded with different activities and offerings, even for the most imaginative visitors.

The beach at Bečići is itself around 2km long and has several streams running across it into the sea. These streams are active only in the winter, and the riverbeds are virtually unnoticeable during the summer months. These streams are as much a part of the beauty of this beach as the pebbles, the sand and the sea perhaps this is why the Hotel “Splendid” in Bečići was featured in the 2006 James Bond film, “Casino Royale”.


Budva is the metropolis of Montenegrin tourism thanks to the great number of beaches and hotels that make this a most desirable tourist destination.

Apart from its natural beauty, its bay islands and beaches for example, Budva is rich in historic monuments.

Budva Old Town lies on a small peninsula and represents a treasure chest of cultural heritage. Crossed with narrow streets and squares are famous buildings, the Church St. Trojica, housing the tomb of the exquisite writer Stjepan Mitrov Ljubisa, the Churches of St. Ivan, St. Bogorodica and St. Sava.


During the summer months it turns into a City Theatre with numerous local performances and shows from home and abroad. In the Stari Grad (Old town) you can also visit many shops, cafés, restaurants and galleries. Monasteries Stanjevici, Podostrog, Rezevici and Gradiste are important historic and religious monuments of Budva.

The Budva coast is 21 km long with 17 beaches. It is among the most beautiful coasts in the world and its beauty will not leave you indifferent. Also, wide range of accommodation, from very affordable to exclusive and luxury.

Budva is a must visit place in Montenegro and the whole city is dedicated to provide best tourist offer.

From best events to best hotels, from best restaurants to best discotheques, everything can be found in Budva, and everyone can enjoy in great holiday.

Budva does not offer only modern tourism, Old Town Budva is an amazing place, where you can discover history and tradition of this great but small Montenegrin town.