Follow the coastal path 100 metres west from Budva’s Old Town region, and you’ll feel like you’ve passed into a fantasy land of sand, rock formations, and clear water. Daredevils will enjoy swimming to the nearby cliffs and jumping into the refreshingly cool sea, while others will enjoy snapping photos from the sand or the scenic restaurant above. Legend tells that the beach was named for the Spanish shipwrecked sailor, Mogrini, but you’ll rarely find signs of rough seas in the calm waters of the cape.
Located in the very heart of Budva, Mogren beach is one of the most popular beaches not only in Budva, but in entire Montenegro. Once you reach the bus terminal in Budva proceed to Filipa Kovacevica street and turn right at Jadranski put road E65/E80. It will take you around 25 min of walk to reach the beach. North America, Asians, Australians and travellers from around the globe can travel to European hubs close to Montenegro like Belgrade in Serbia from where they can fly to Tivat Airport in Montenegro.