Przno Beach (look out for signs reading Pržno Plaža) is situated within a small fishing village that couldn’t be more Mediterranean in style if it tried. Part of the Budva Riviera, the village remains quiet and largely traditional, with artisan fishing boats still moored in the harbour formed by the bay, protected from both wind and waves.
This protection is equally valid for swimmers who make it down Pržno’s gravel to the gentle incline into the waters of the Adriatic Sea. There is no steep drop off to worry about hidden beneath the waters.
It’s 350 metre length is enhanced by the presence of amenities including beach showers, sun loungers, and a beach bar and restaurant. However, parking can sometimes be an issue as it relies on finding a free spot on a nearby street.
As well as having its own merits, the beautiful surrounds of cypress trees and palms around Pržno are also used as a launch point for journeys by boat to the beaches of St Stefan.
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