Slovenian beach

Slovenian beach

The largest city beach in Budva, stretches from the city harbor to the “Park” hotel. It got its name from the first tourists from the Czech Republic who stayed here 80 years ago, and earlier it was called the Pod Polje beach because in its hinterland there was a large field which today is mostly covered by tourist-catering and residential-business facilities.

It is pebbly and sandy in places. The beach is divided into several rented swimming areas, with numerous catering facilities and sports courts (basketball, volleyball, bocce). There is a promenade along the beach, which can be used to reach Kamenovo from the Old Town through the tunnel at Zavala and along the Bečićka beach. It is 1,600 m long, with an area of ​​24,800 m2.

Source: The Tourist Organization of the Municipality of Budva