Tranquil and exclusive
Milocer, located in the centre of the region known as the Budva Riviera along the Adriatic coastline, is best known for being the former summer retreat of the royal Karadorevic family. With its lovely sandy beach surrounded by lush Mediterranean parklands full of exotic plants and trees, and upmarket accommodation, Milocer is ideal for those looking for a tranquil and exclusive base in the Adriatic, amidst some stunning scenery.
Former royal retreat with glorious sandy beaches
Built in 1934, the regal resort of Milocer is situated between the resorts of Sveti Stefan and Budva, and still retains its air of exclusivity by welcoming the Montenegrin President every summer. Holidays here are centred around the wonderful sandy beaches, with the main beach (known as the Queens' Beach) a 380m stretch of golden sand, perfect for relaxing sunbathing or active watersports. Other beaches, which include the Kings' Beach and nearby Przno, sit against the wonderful scenic backdrop of the Milocer Forest, with its pines and cypress trees and impressive collection of rare plants. Sveti Stefan, the fishing village built on an island sitting opposite Milocer, also boasts fantastic sandy beaches. Accommodation here is upmarket, with the former royal residence on the beach now a luxury hotel.
Ideal for relaxing, with an unhurried pace
Milocer offers a relaxed and unhurried pace of life, with the emphasis on the glorious beaches and wonderful scenic countryside. The nearby fishing village of Przno offers seafood restaurants, bars and cafes along its' promenade, and the island of Sveti Stefan is home to a number of restaurants, with great views. Milocer is ideal for those who enjoy coastal and country walks, and activities such as scuba-diving and deep-sea fishing are available. For those looking for a little more life, visit the nearby resort of Budva, with its busy streets, and modern shopping and entertainment.
Milocer enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild wet winters. Situated on the coast of the Adriatic sea, temperatures are hotter than in inland mountainous areas. Summer temperatures easily reach over 30°C and rainfall is low in the summer, with an impressive average of just three wet days in August.