Must see attractions in Adriatic Coast

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    Modern Gallery

    An attractive gallery displaying temporary exhibitions.

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    Mother Theresa statue

    Aptly located at Ulcinj's medical clinic is a statue of Mother Theresa, the most famous Albanian of recent years (although she was actually born in North…

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    Budva Museum

    This archaeological and ethnographic museum shows off Budva’s ancient and complicated history – dating back to at least 500 BC – over four floors of…

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    Red Commune Memorial House

    Petrovac became the first communist-run municipality in the Adriatic following an electoral victory in 1919. That auspicious event is celebrated in the…

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    Jaz Beach

    The blue waters and broad sands of Jaz Beach look spectacular when viewed from high up on the Tivat road. While it's not built-up like Budva and Bečići,…

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    St Nicholas’ Cathedral

    Colourful frescoes fill this Serbian Orthodox cathedral, set among a picturesque grove of gnarled olive trees just below the main gate to the Old Town. It…

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    Liberty Monument

    On the cliff above Mala Plaža, this imposing monument is a lovely piece of socialist art that’s now neglected and covered in graffiti. Its two V-shaped…

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    Crvena Glavica

    A short hike south of Sveti Stefan will bring you to this collection of small beaches with rocky red sand (crvena glavica means 'red head'). It's a steep…

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    Aquarius Beach

    If you care more for socialising than sand, this one's for you. The rocky little cove is renowned to locals as the young folks' beach; ear-shatteringly…

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    Sailors' Mosque

    Right on the waterfront, this imposing stone structure was completed in 2012, replacing a mosque (destroyed 1931) which predated the Ottomans. The…

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    Ulcinj Museum

    Just inside the Old Town walls, this small museum houses Roman and Ottoman artefacts and a relief map of the town.

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    Lamit Mosque

    Lamit Mosque dates from 1689 but was substantially rebuilt after the 1979 earthquake. The ceiling has interesting green-painted geometric wood panelling.

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    Mezjah Mosque

    Set back slightly from the road, the 1728 Mezjah Mosque is Ulcinj’s main Islamic place of worship. Inside there's a sloping floor and wooden mezzanine.

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    Main Gate

    The remains of the emblem of Venice – the winged lion of St Mark – are still visible over the main entrance to Budva's Old Town.

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    City Beach

    With a large industrial port and marina on its doorstep, Bar’s City Beach is not the most appealing option for swimming.

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    Pasha’s Mosque

    The 1719 Pasha's Mosque is an elegant complex with a defunct hammam (Turkish bathhouse) attached.

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    Pizana Beach

    By the walls on the northern side of the Old Town, Pizana is a popular 100m stretch of sand and pebbles.

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    Just outside the Old Town museum, this 17th-century fountain (these days it's more like a tap) has an Arabic inscription, a crescent moon and flowers…

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    Upper Gate

    The entrance to the Old Town is reached via a steep slope.