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Travel Blogs from Sveti Stefan
... Apparently it's one of the most photographed places in Montenegro and a former vacation place of people such as QEII, Sophia Loren and Sylvester Stallone.
It is obviously very popular with the locals too, especially for weddings. Even though it was only 10.30 am, one wedding couple was being photographed when we arrived and a wedding place was being set up for a second couple about to arrive.
We were surprised you ...
... stopping for a moment, and taking a picture of.
Unfortunately, our first day in the village (the village grew up to serve less noble tourist visiting the area) is rainy. We have real bad luck since it hasn't rain for 3 months! I'm getting used to such situations... Our ambitious plan to lay down on the beach and relish the sun has been smashed. That is why we decide to make a trip to the nearby town of Bar. To my dismay, it is not called "Bar" because of ...
... backed down a ways to let some buses pass...then up up up some more...then down down...then up up. You get the picture.
We eventually made it to the top, which was home to a cloud just then, meaning we couldn't see 10 meters in front of us, never mind views of Kotor. That's ok; we saw fantastic views from the road until nearly the top, and after stopping at a restaurant near the summit the cloud magically cleared and we had sunniness the rest of the day.
... you could spend the whole day just wandering around and chilling out at each and every one. Of all of them, Przno was probably the most disappointing, and Queen's beach was the best.
A couple of loungers and an umbrella went for 15 Euros on one of the beaches. On the private side of Hotel Milocer's beach, they were going for 50 Euros!!! If I paid 50 Euros for that, the second lounger ...
... windy mountain road we splashed out and paid 2.50 Euros to travel through the tunnel that got us to Petrovac in no time! We found a fairly basic campsite near Sveti Stefan and collapsed after a hard days driving. Sveti Stefan is a walled town on a little island linked to the mainland by a walkway that before the war was a resort for the rich and famous. It's very picturesque, and although we didn't go for a walk around it, it was an attractive view from ...
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