Budva is considered one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic. In the Sophocles tragedy “Oikles”, written in the century BC, the CITY OF ILIRY is mentioned. The legend, which has its confirmation in many Greek myths, says that Budva was founded by Kadmo, the son of the Phoenician king Agenor. . Out of Thebes, with his wife Harmony, he arrived at our region on a volcano and founded Budva.


The Budva Riviera occupies the central part of the Montenegrin coast with an area of 122 km2 with its 17,000 inhabitants.
It is located at 42 ° 10 ‘- 42 ° 20’ north latitude and 18 ° 49 ‘- 19 ° 00’ east longitude.
On a length of 25 kilometers there are 17 smaller and larger beautiful sandy beaches, starting from Jazz in the north, to the beach in Buljarica, the extreme south of the municipality of Budva


Budva has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild but rainy winters and long warm and dry summers. The average temperature in January is 8 ° C while in July it is 23.8 ° C. The average annual temperature is 15.5 ° C (23.1 ° C in summer and 9.3 ° C in winter). Budva has 2,300 hours of sunshine per year, which puts itself at the very top of the tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. The winds in this region are: BURA – the northern wind. During the summer months, the MAESTRAL winds, the northwestern gentle wind, refreshing, ideal for sailing. Sea temperatures range from 11.7 ° C in February to 24.7 ° C in August. In the period from May to October, the sea has an average temperature of more than 18 ° C, which means that the bathing season lasts for six months.

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