Saint Nicholas Island
The largest island in the southern part of the Adriatic, the island of St. Nicholas (named after the homonymous church located on it) is less than a kilometer from Budva and has three sandy beaches. Tourists from Budva and the surrounding beaches are brought to the pier at the popular “Školj” by boats and boats. The smaller beaches on the southern side of the island, under the vertical rocks, can only be reached by boat.
The island is overgrown with Mediterranean vegetation, has numerous hidden bays, so it is attractive for excursionists, romantics and adventurers. Beautiful sunsets create the impression of the exoticism of distant regions. On the island, which is also a hunting reserve, there are deer, mouflon and rabbits and several species of birds. The beaches are 840 m long in total, and the area is 2700 m2.