Petrovac, Montenegro - Beaches & Bays Coastal Town near Budva
Petrovac is a small coastal town that has a mild Mediterranean climate with almost 300 sunny days a year and it is characterized by numerous bays, long beaches and small sandy bay, most beautiful in this region. It belongs is to the municipality of Budva and is part of the Budva Riviera.
Petrovac - a small town on the shores of picturesque bay surrounded by mountains and among the lush pine forests and olive groves. Petrovac resort was founded in the late XVIII - early XIX century on the ruins of settlements Lastva. The main attractions of the resort - the Venetian fortress Castello (Castello 16th century), where the Museum of Roman mosaics with swatches of papers relating to the 3rd century BC.
About 1000m in the sea there are two small islands that substantially contribute to the exstetics of the village: Holy Sunday (with remainings of a small chappel at the top of the island built in thanksgiving for a shipwrecked sailor's life), and Katich (with a few pine trees). Petrovac adorn many natural, cultural and historical monuments that show the rich history of this place. Petrovac has two sand/pebble beaches. The main Petrovac beach is approx. 800m long. The second beach, Lustice, is located 500m further SE from the main beach. It is approx 200m long.
The resort has several hotels, including the most famous 'Palace', 'Riviera', 'Villa Oliva', ” Monte Casa'. Tourists at the resort are attracted by many comfort apartments and villas.
Throughout the city passes a pedestrian seaside boulevard, reconstruction of which was made in 2011. Located along the boulevard restored old building with lots of shops, restaurants and cafes where you can relax and enjoy national and European cuisine.
Resort is recommended for fans of quiet, relaxing holiday with children.
Distance from airports: Tivat - 48 km, Podgorica - 55 km.