Located a stone’s throw from the pleasant little resort town of Petrovac is Buljarica beach. One of the longest beaches in all Montenegro, it stretches for nearly 2.5 kilometres.
With so much space it should in theory be easy enough to find a patch of sand to throw down your towel. Whilst this is true it does mean heading towards the southern end of the beach during the summer season as the end nearest to Petrovac is invariably busy.
During the holiday season the contrast between the two ends of Buljarica beach is quite apparent. At one end there is a buzzing beach scene around the bars and cafes, while further down the beach you can find a peaceful spot to relax and take in the scenery.
It is worth noting the beach isn’t quite as wide and is more pebbly as you head away from the crowds, but the backdrop is the same; a verdant plain bookmarked by impressive forested headlands. Beyond the fields the coast rises up to the ubiquitous mountains that define much of the Montenegro coast.
Petrovac na Moru
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