A beach festival in Budva
tuesday, may 24th, 2016 / Editors
Sea Dance Festival, a festival located at an amazing beach in Budva, Montengro. Find out what makes Budva so admirable to be hosting an electronic music festival and it might be the right choice for you to enjoy your summer holidays there!
Budva is one of the most beautiful coastal cities in Montenegro, simply by its white sandy beaches, pure and turquoise water and brings in an interesting nightlife with the Mediterranean architecture. The most interesting part of Budva is the Old Town. The best way to enjoy it, is to aimlessly wander around the narrow streets as they are pleasant and peaceful, despite the tourists.
(Photo: Sea Dance Festival 2015, Budva, Montenegro)
#2 Sea Dance Festival
The beaches host music festivals, dances and theatres with international acts during the hot season. The award winning festival Sea Dance is on of them, welcoming Lost Frequencies, Sub Focus, Zomboy, Hurts and more to this year’s edition. The electronic festival with amazing sunsets at the beach takes place on the 14. – 16. July 2016. For more information see the Sea Dance page.
#3 Getting there
Tivat and Podgorica are airports quiet close to Budva. Here the Montenegro Airlines flies from London-Gatwick to Tivat and Ryanair from London-Stansted to Podgorica. Easy Jet offers flights to Dubrovnik airport and bus transfers are available to bring you right to the festival grounds. For more information, see Sea Dance Bus Transfer page.
(Photo: Stevi Stefan, Budva, Montenegro)
#4 Where to stay
Of course it is possible to camp at Sea Dance festival. This is also one of the best ways to meet other festivalgoers and to enjoy the long summer nights. But if you are not a camper, we suggest you to take a look into the Aman Stevi Stefan. A resort on a tiny island, which was once a fishing village and also many villas were built for the Serbian royal families.
#5 Where to eat
For a seafood lover, the Tri Ribara (Three Fishermen) a restaurant known through whole Montenegro serves you right at the beach with fresh seafood. For a more diverse menu including meat, fish, pasta and pizza and also loved by local the Jadran on the seafront promenade in Budva.
(Photo: Ballet Dancer, Budva, Montenegro)
#6 Little Secret of Budva
Take a walk round the Peninsula to find the little treasure of Budva. Here a lovely ballerina bronze statue looking out to the sea is the symbol of Budva.
#7 EXIT Adventure
Want to go on a full festival adventure and expand your trip? Combine your visit to EXIT Festival in Novi Sad with the trip to Sea Dance Festival. The EXIT Adventure includes both tickets of Sea Dance Festival and EXIT Festival for only €143 (£99). The EXIT coach will bring you from Novi Sad to Budva for about €30 (£23).
See you abroad!