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About Budva Riviera

The coastal area around Budva, called the Budva riviera, is the center of Montenegrin tourism, known for its well preserved medieval walled city, some of the most attractive beaches of south Adriatic and beautiful examples of Mediterranean architecture. Scuba-diving in Budva is a special experience, where divers may explore wrecks, caverns, caves, tunnels, walls, reefs and see a variety of marine species (corals, dentex, mullet, gold-fish, cantor, barracudas, moray eels, crabs, octopus and quite a few others). The most popular dive sites are Oreste wreck, Mogren, Tuneli, Galiola near Sveti Nikola Island, Platamuni, and a bit further –Svetionic and wreck Minolovac situated near island of Sveti Stefan. Mogren is one of the most beautiful sites in the area, where divers can find two mainsail and two caves, in one of them fresh water creates one of the wonders of nature - the halocline (maximum depth of the site is 18m/59ft). Platamuni is a system of underwater caves; its entrance is located at the depth of 7m/22ft and from there begins a gradual rise to the top cascade inside the cave. The maximum depth of the site is 50m/164ft. Generally, currents range from low to medium.

When to go to Budva Riviera

Budva has a typical Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and mild winters. Daytime highs in the summer range from 24C/75F to 32C/90F and from 6C/42F to 14C/57F during the winter months. Diving period runs from May to October (the average sea temperature stays around 19C/66F), but the summer months are the most comfortable period for scuba-diving (the sea temperature ranges between 21/69F and 25C/77F); water temperature during the winter rarely goes below 13C/55F. Visibility ranges between 10m/32ft and 35m/114ft.