About Petrovac

Petrovac is a town that belongs to Budva Municipality, located 18 km far from Budva in a valley, bordered on two sides by hills that go into the sea and separated from the sea by two sandy beaches.

There are traces of Roman Empire Period from the 3rd century (mosaic of Hipnos), Venetian Republic remains (fortress Castio), remains of fishermen's heritage, beautiful sand beaches and modern tourist facilities. The town itself was described in "Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja" from 17th century and in works of famus Montenegrin writer Stefan Mitrov Ljubiša (19th century). 

The guests usually choose this town because of its splendid city beach. It is 600 m long, with sand and approachable access to the clean sea water. Along the city promenade, there are numerous cafe bars, restaurants, pizza places, snack bars and street vendors selling corn, donuts and other treats. The town is well-connected with Bar and Budva by bus lines and affordable taxis. 

When it comes to places of interests, history-lovers would enjoy visiting Castello Fortress or Monastery Gradište. Holly Sunday Island with a small church on it and Katic Island are natural islands, aligned as if they are parts of Japanese stone garden. Beaches Lucice and Buljarica are in the vicinity of Petrovac. Lucice Beach is more approachable and more popular, so there is a possibility of crowds. Buljarica Beach is not completely adapted for tourists - only northern part is convenient for non-adventurous visitors and those who want to swim, sunbathe or simply enjoy the beauty of clean sea water. There is also a camping site close to the beach. 

The town is perfect for those who choose tranquility, amazing landscapes and kind hosts. The first impression of the town, seen from the highway above it, will surely confirm once you visit it and enjoy the hospitality of local people! 

 

 

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