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The coastal area of Montenegro is comprised of six municipalities: Herceg Novi, Tivat, Petrovac, Budva, Bar and Ulcinj; it has 293 km of coastline boasting 117 beaches that stretch 73 km altogether. The longest beach is the Large Beach in Ulcinj -13 km; the largest bay is the Boka Petrovacska, which, due to its layout and precipitous mountain slopes descending to the sea, resembles a fjord. This magnificent Riviera, with old mediaeval towns, coastal places, beaches, bays, peninsulas, headlands and cosy coves one after the other, is characterised by features unfailingly stored in the minds of visitors for a long time, with a desire to return to it and relish its charms again. It is hard to say what aspect of this coast is more enthralling and inviting: its history and precious cultural monuments testifying to it, luxurious vegetation with something flowering each season, the translucent blue sea, or the mountain chains inland shielding the Riviera from chill northern winds, thus contributing to its mild Mediterranean climate with long and warm summers and mild winters.
The annual number of sunny days and average air and sea temperatures may rival those on the Cote d'Azure, enabling a gratifying stay throughout the year. Guests are welcomed by agreeable and hospitable people who do their best to ensure a quality stay in accommodation varying from high category hotels to cosy private apartments and attractive campsites in the shade of olive groves.


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On the other side of the massif dominated by Mount Lovcen lies the town of Cetinje, the historical capital and cultural and historical centre of Montenegro. This museum-town with its cultural and historical institutions testifies to Montenegro's rich history: to the turbulent and hard times, but also the times of prosperity, developing diplomacy, education, theatre and the arrival of the world's technical achievements in Montenegro.
This town with its edifices - former embassies, King Nikola's palace converted into a museum, a well-known monastery and the mausoleum on Lovcen as the resting place of the celebrated poet and ruler Petar II Petrovic Njegos - is a place that no visitor to the Montenegrin coast should fail to visit. Today Cetinje is also a town of artists creating their art at the Faculties of Fine and Dramatic Arts, for, remember that Montenegro is a country of artists finding inexhaustible inspiration in its outstanding beauty.


Petrovac is town full of spirit, a famous for its historical and cultural heritage and beautiful surrounding. Petrovac Montenegro website is part of larger network of Montenegro web sites.