Must see attractions in Adriatic Coast

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    Old Olive Tree

    There are over 100,000 olive trees in the Bar area, many of which have seen more than a millennium. At Mirovica near Stari Bar is a living witness that…

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    Miločer Beach

    At the northern end of Sveti Stefan Beach, a path leads over a headland draped in pine and olive trees to the turquoise waters and pink sands of Miločer…

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    Ploče Beach

    If the sands are getting too crowded in Budva itself, head out to this little pebbly beach at the end of a scrub-covered peninsula, 10km west of town …

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    Podostrog Monastery

    From Podmaine Monastery, a walking track leads up the mountains for 2km to the fortified Podostrog Monastery. This was once a residence of Montenegro’s…

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    Šušanj Beach

    Šušanj Beach is popular with Serbian holidaymakers. Beat the crowds in the succession of rocky coves that follow; they're perfect for snorkelling and…

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    St John the Baptist’s Church

    Budva's largest church was built towards the end of the 12th century, and served as its Catholic cathedral until 1828. Parts of it possibly date from as…

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    Podmaine Monastery

    On the surprisingly peaceful northern slopes of town, this Serbian Orthodox monastery features the same stripes of pink and honey-coloured stone as the…

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    Ladies' Beach

    This lovely, boulder-strewn little cove – and its cave – are strictly for the ladies. It was given its name and status thanks to the high level of sulphur…

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    Ričardova Glava

    Immediately south of the Old Town, this little beach has the ancient walls as an impressive backdrop. Wander around the headland and you'll come to a…

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    Slovenska Plaža

    After the marina, the long sweep of Budva’s main beach commences, heralded by blaring local pop and endless rows of sun umbrellas and loungers (available…

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    Milena Canal

    On the drive out to Velika Plaža, keep your eyes out for the murky Milena canal, where local fishermen use nets suspended from long willow rods attached…

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    Town Walls

    A walkway about a metre wide leads around the landward walls of the Stari Grad, offering views across the rooftops and down on some beautiful hidden…

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    St Nicholas’ Church

    Bar first became the seat of a Catholic diocese in the 9th century and in 1089 it was elevated to an archdiocese, with the archbishop given the title …

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    Sapore di Mare

    This pine-fringed rocky beach makes for a good break from the blaring pop and incessant preening of some of the more populated strips of sand near Mala…

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    Mala Plaža

    Come July and August it's hard to see this little grin of a cove under all the suntanned flesh. If you're after a little more seclusion, go for a…

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    Hotel Albatros Beach

    If you feel like getting your kit off without making your way to Ada Bojana, this bare-bum beach just down from the large Hotel Albatros is the place to…

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    Slovenska Obala

    In summer, Budva's main beachside promenade morphs into a bustling, hustling strip of fast-food outlets, beach bars in the guise of pirate ships and…

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    Church of St Jovan Vladimir

    This huge, modern, gold-topped cathedral can be seen from all across Bar. It's dedicated to Jovan Vladimir, the patron saint of Bar, who is considered to…

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    Elijah’s Church

    Dedicated to the Old Testament prophet Elijah, this Orthodox church dates from the 14th or 15th century. It's often open, revealing some beautiful old…

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    Holy Trinity Church

    Constructed in 1804 out of stripes of pink and honey-coloured stone, this Orthodox church has beautiful frescoes covering its interior walls.