Making up a particularly pleasant stretch of the Budva Riviera are the twin beaches of Mogren. Stretching for around 400 metres the beaches of Mogren 1 and Mogren 2 are connected by a cave-like tunnel through a small headland. It is worth walking the extra bit to the second beach.
Despite being just around the corner from the busy resort town of Budva itself Mogren beach remains comparatively peaceful.The cliffs behind are covered in lush Mediterranean vegetation with pine and oak forests leading to the hills beyond. The beach is golden sand which gently slopes into this crystal clear, pristine stretch of the Adriatic Sea.
There are no shortage of facilities on the beach with snack bars and sun loungers for hire if you fancy relaxing and soaking up the sun. For the more adventurous though, just beyond the second of Mogren’s beaches is Shark’s Rock cliff, a popular spot for jumping (or diving) into the sea below. Not the faint-hearted, this 15 metre (40ft) leap is relatively safe if you jump from the spot marked X.
Apparently, the beach is named after a Spanish sailor called Morgini who was washed up here after his ship was wrecked.
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