Becici is a good-looking town on the coast of Montenegro. You’ll find it nestled between cloud-tickling mountains and the glistening waters of the Adriatic Sea. Becici’s beach is a real talking point. It unravels along the coastline for nearly three kilometres, and comes with a wide belt of sand and pebbles. So, there’s plenty of space for sunbathing during the summer months, followed by sipping sundowners at the beach’s very own cocktail bar. The main street of the town is the promenade, skirts the sands. It’s lined with pocket-sized shops selling souvenirs and local crafts, and there are plenty of Balkan restaurants to try, too. Fancy a daytrip? Sveti Stefan is a 10-minute taxi ride away – here you’ll find a tiny island topped with pastel-coloured buildings, only joined to the mainland by a sliver of sand. Plus, Budva is only a 20-minute walk away and it almost looks like a miniature Dubrovnik. Built in the 15th century, this terracotta-topped town is home to a Medieval citadel and pretty harbour.
Your Becici questions, answered
Between April and September. During these months, Montenegro enjoys toasty Mediterranean temperatures, but the warmest weather comes in July and August.
Becici’s known for its dramatic scenery – think tree-blanketed mountains and sweeping sea views. It’s a crowd pleaser for sunbathers and hikers alike.
Montenegrin food focuses on bringing the freshest local ingredients to your table, which includes everything from net-fresh seafood to hearty stews.
Best things to do in Becici
Shop on the promenade
Becici’s locals are into the arts and crafts. In the town’s gift shops, you can buy everything from handmade lace to natural soaps.
Take a daytrip to Budva
Here, you can climb the Medieval walls left behind by the Romans, where you’ll have a birds-eye view over Poet’s Square and its time-stamped churches.
Wander the town
Enjoy taking time out to wander the town, take in the sights and enjoy the local cuisine.