The whole area around Budva, along the shore, is known as Budva Riviera, famous for its Mogren beach. During Medieval times, Budva was called The Old Town. The most important monuments of the old part of Budva are: Citadel – once a shelter, and today a home to a library and a restaurant; and the Ancient necropolis discovered in 1938 where todays stands the Avala hotel. The biggest attraction of Budva is most certainly the St. Stephen city-hotel, and islet connected with shore and surrounded by sandy beaches. Along with St. Stephen, one of the most luxurious places in the world, the St. Nicholas island stands out with its interesting nickname – Budva’s Hawaii.
High mountains, national parks, rivers and their canyons, lakes and the sea, natural wild beauties, and historical and cultural treasures of Montenegro and its cities to be discovered day by day.