Villa Budua

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Sleeps: 6 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 4

Overview

Pool
Wow Factor
Modern Beach Nearby Ideal for Kids Walk to Village

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With stunning views in every direction and sparkling interiors, Villa Budua is the perfect spot for a Balkan getaway.

Spread across three floors, this villa has been designed in shades of ocean blue and fresh white with inspiration from the Mediterranean Sea. Each floor is handily equipped with its own kitchen, dining area and bathroom. Open the floor-to-ceiling windows to reveal a private terrace. Absolutely ideal for families travelling together, this setup offers privacy, yet many areas to socialise together. The villa was completed in 2017, so the facilities and fixtures are all modern.

Outside, the large terrace complete with a beautiful plunge pool rests proudly above the Lazi Hill, with sweeping views of the glittering Adriatic Sea and dramatic green mountains. Take a refreshing dip in the pool to cool off from the Mediterranean heat, then enjoy the view on the sunbeds or on the nautical-themed striped sofa. The exterior of the property is painted in dazzling shades of cobalt and ocean blue, with a veranda that wraps around the side.

In the airy living room, kick back on comfortable sofas scattered with bright blue cushions. There's plenty of room to enjoy some downtime and socialise around the sleek white coffee table. Billowing cornflower blue curtains open out onto the balcony - breathe in the mountain air and enjoy the calming atmosphere.

The three bedrooms sleep six people in supremely comfortable double beds, while a further three guests can stay on the spacious pull-out sofas. Decorated in a neutral colour scheme, the luxurious bedrooms feature crisp white walls and cool tiled flooring, teamed with fawn and taupe soft furnishings. If you're lucky, you might receive a romantic rose petal welcome. Bathrooms are minimal and chic, decked out in cream tiles and glass. Here, you'll find a luxurious rain shower inside the sleek glass and a large mirror for getting ready.

The kitchen is well equipped for home cooking and boasts an oven, so you can rustle up a family feast. Alternatively, bring a takeaway of delicious Montanegrin cuisine from one of the delightful restaurants to enjoy around the dining table. This villa is truly the epitome of a relaxed, sun-soaked Mediterranean holiday.

Oliver Approved

What you should know…

  • For those who have their own car or have rented one, a private garage is available for use at this property
  • Families with little ones should make sure they take care getting in and out of the pool steps, as they could get slippery
  • The cobbled streets of the Old Town make using a buggy a little challenging, so parents might like to bring a baby sling or carry cot with them to make getting around easier

Property Features

Private Pool Wi-Fi/Internet Ground Floor Bed & Bath Satellite TV DVD

The Villa

Villa Budua is a truly impressive 3-bedroom villa on top of Lazi Hill, overlooking the Old Town. Each floor guarantees complete privacy for guests!

Ground Floor
- Double bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Communal bathroom
- Dining & living area
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Terrace

First Floor
- Double bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Dining & living area
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Terrace

Second Floor
- Double bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Dining & living area
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Terrace

Exterior
- Private swimming pool, with ladder access
- Outdoor dining & furniture
- Parasols
- Private Parking
- Sun loungers

Additional Facilities
- Air-conditioning
- Television
- Wi-Fi internet

Location

About the surrounding area of Villa Budua
Beach Nearby Walk to Village Walk to Restaurant <1hr to Airport Watersports Walking/Hiking Paths Wine Tasting Tennis Nearby Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages Historical Sites
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Oliver's Insight...

Nestled close to the lush greenery of the mountainside and the stunning Adriatic sea, this villa is beautifully located for a fantastic holiday in Montenegro. It's just 1km from the centre of lively, charming Budva that has become especially popular with holidaymakers. With its imposing stone Venetian walls that once guarded the city from intruders and its cosmopolitan cafes and nightlife, Budva is the beating heart of this stunning Balkan country.

Delicately cradled on a peninsula, theres an ancient seaside citadel in a prominent part of the medieval Old Town, known as the Stari Grad. Here, you'll find historic churches such as St. John the Baptist, which has parts dating back to the 9th century and Holy Trinity, made of beautiful pink and honey coloured stone. There are also four monasteries called Stanjevići, Podmaine, Reževići and Gradiste.

Get pleasantly lost, discovering hidden nooks and crannies around the narrow streets and alleyways that make up the pedestrian-only Old Town. There are many boutiques and street stalls to discover here, and several piazzas to enjoy a coffee and people watch.

Known as the Budva Riviera, there are no fewer than 17 named beaches that stretch along the coastline from Jaz to Buljarica. Some great choices for a beach day include Becici beach, where you can go paragliding, and Kamenow, with its crystal clear turquoise waters and powdery sand. Mogren beach is the closest to the Old Town. Stop at a seaside cafe for some fresh seafood and a glass of local wine.

There are a myriad of scenic hiking trails around the local area, including the Seven Bay Trail, with dramatic sweeping landscapes from Buvan to Sveti Stefan, a luxury resort. Take in several of the region's most beautiful beaches along the way. Another impressive and challenging hike is the Buvan to Majstori trail, which climbs over 3000m in elevation over the sea and its coastline, dotted with tiny local villages.

For art lovers, visit the Modern Gallery that features work of Montanegrin and former Yugoslavian artists. History buffs will love the ethnographic City Museum of Budva, which has a comprehensive overview of the town's past.

In summer, the town has a summer festival, with open air theatre and plenty of opportunities to see local dancing displays and folk music. International DJs play at beach parties - particularly Jaz beach - while revellers sip cocktails and dance the night away. There's an infectious festival atmosphere around the whole town - it's easy to see why Budva is Montenegro's most-visited holiday destination.

Day trips from Budva include Tivat, which could be mistaken for Monaco, due to the luxury yachts that bob in Porto Montenegro, the famous marina. Sunsets over the bay are often spectacular - park yourself at a seafront cafe for a coffee or some delicious local ice cream and watch the sky light on fire.

Another lovely place to explore is enchanting Boka Bay. Encircled by mountains, the bay is also known as the 'Bride of the Adriatic' and is a one of a kind geological formation similar to a Scandinavian fjord. A riot of colourful flowers bloom every spring around the jagged coastline, and the bay is dotted with tiny medieval villages, looming cliffs and with bright blue inlets. There are plenty of boat trips you can take to neighbouring bays such as Kotor and Cetinje, or even as far as Dubrovnik in Croatia.

Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Tivat Airport/Podgorica Airport

(21.5km/72km)

Nearest Town/City

(Walking Distance)

Nearest Restaurant

(Walking Distance)

Nearest Bar/Pub

(Walking Distance)

Nearest Beach Beach Greco

(1.5km)

Nearest Tennis Budva Tennis Courts

(2km)

Nearest Ferry Port Port of Bar

(40.2km)

About the Region & Getting There

About Budva

Budva has been celebrated for its remarkable Riviera for decades! Not only are the beaches pristine and spoilt with turquoise waters, holiday-goers are continually reminded of this destination’s antiquated past wherever they look. With mesmerising streets in the Old Town and Monasteries rising over the symbolic Adriatic rooftop-slates, tourists unite in this glorious city for treasured holidays.

First stop, the Beaches! Budva’s coastline stretches for over 20km, so you will have to meander out of the city’s medieval walls to enjoy your choice of seventeen beaches. By far the most popular of these beaches is Jaz – here you will find lots of water-based activities that extend over the 4km shore. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, a day trip to the charming island of Sveti Nikola is urged. Not only will you experience stunning scenery, which locals liken to Hawaii, but you’re likely to see deer and rabbits. If the heat and sand is all becoming a little too much for you and the family, make sure to visit Aquapark Budva. This impressive facility not only has restaurants, shops and great views, but it also has a superb range of water related activities.

During the day, feel free to explore the Old Town. There’s lots to see and you will learn about this unique town’s history, so visit the numerous museums, the Citadel and Santa Maria del Punta Church. After some sightseeing, stretch your legs along the promenade that acts as a walkway between Budva and another of our favourites - Sveti Stefan. Perhaps stop off half way down this coastal boulevard and familiarise yourself with the Montenegrin food, which includes the well-known Njeguski Steak (schnitzel filled with Njegusi prosciutto & cheese), Buzara (shellfish & prawns) and Ispod Saca (a hearty stew). If shopping is your thing, we suggest a trip to Petrovac in order to explore the dozens of unusual boutiques that are still spoilt with prominent coastal views.

Budva does have a recognised nightlife scene, so if you fancy a cocktail in the evening then check out Mogren Beach or Maltez. Festival goers are drawn to this part of the world during late August for the intimate Sea Dance Festival.

Budva has seen some developed over recent years, but that hasn’t taken away from its 2,500-year history. If you want to be wowed by architecture, beaches and wonderful food & drink – we think you’ve found your next holiday!

Prior to Booking

As many of our regions in Montenegro are coastal, there can sometimes be some adverse weather. This tends to only really occur outside of the Peak Season though. When thinking about booking your holiday to Montenegro, please consult Foreign travel advice for more information.

Entry Requirements

Tourists who are British Citizens will not require a visa upon arrival, unless their stay lasts longer than 90 days. Please check Entry Requirements before departure.

2020 Local Public Holidays

1st January - New Year's Day
2nd January - New Year's Day Holiday
6th January - Orthodox Christmas Eve
7th January - Orthodox Christmas
8th January - Orthodox Christmas Holiday
20th March - March Equinox
10th April - Good Friday
13th April - Easter Monday
17th April - Orthodox Good Friday
19th April - Orthodox Easter Day
20th April - Orthodox Easter Monday
1st May - Labour Day
2nd May - Labour Day Holiday
21st May - Independence Day
22nd May - Independence Day Holiday
13th July - Sovereignty Day of Montenegro
15th July - Sovereignty Day of Montenegro Holiday
31st December - New Year’s Eve

Getting There

Sveti Stefan, Bar & Ulcinj are served by Tivat Airport and Podgorica Airport. Please note that Tivat is a smaller International Airport, which can experience overcrowding in Peak Season. Due to its proximity to Orjen & Lovćen Mountains, flights are sometimes re-directed to Podgorica Airport or cancelled in the case of bad weather.

From the UK:
Direct flights are available from London on Montenegro Airlines, easyJet, TUI, Ryanair and many others. Chartered flights are also available from several other UK airports.

From Dubrovnik, Croatia:
Connecting flights are available from Dubrovnik Airport to Podgorica Airport.

By Bus:
GetByBus operates from Dubrovnik, Tivat and Podgorica to Sveti Stefan, Bar & Ulcinj. Journeys can take up to 4 hours and 45 minutes.

Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

A holiday in Montenegro is a brilliant choice for a family trip. Children always receive a warm welcome from locals, particularly in restaurants and cafes. In Budva, there's a great atmosphere and plenty of activities going on during the Summer Festival. Open air theatre, local dancing displays and folk music demonstrations are perfect for children of all ages. Teenagers and older children will adore the buzz and lively atmosphere of Budva.

A beach day is always a winner in Montenegro and the stunning beaches around Budva are no exception, with both sandy and pebbly beaches on offer. Mogren, which is actually two beaches joined by a tunnel is a beautiful and peaceful beach ideal for families. Mesmerising Jaz beach is perfect for active kids, as you can rent paddleboards, kayaks and even jet skis here! This beach won the top spot in Lonely Planet's best beaches in Europe. A boat trip to a nearby bay is also a lovely idea for a day trip with little ones in tow.

There's plenty of tasty treats such as flaky borek pastries for them to try all over the city - the famous bakeries are often popular with children. Adventurous kids will love gulaš, a stew served with mashed potato, while there are many Western options around town for convenience.

Strolling around the labyrinth of walled lanes in the Old Town is an ideal activity for kids who love to explore and imagine themselves in medieval times, fighting off invaders. There are plenty of little shops and hidden corners to discover.
The villa itself is a homely and welcoming place for children to enjoy their holiday. They'll love splashing around in the pool and cooling off from the day's activities, and the novelty of staying in such a traditional Balkan stone house is bound to impress even the smallest of visitors. The pool table and television room is bound to be a big hit with kids of all ages.

Montenegro famously has a lot of kids' playgrounds to keep them busy while the grown ups are enjoying a coffee in peace! In Tivat, there are two outstanding children's playgrounds, perfect for little ones. One is by the Naval History Museum and submarine themed, the other is in Magnolia Square.

In Budva, kids will love strolling around the labyrinth of walled lanes - an ideal activity for kids who love to explore and imagine themselves in medieval times, fighting off invaders. There are plenty of little shops and hidden corners to discover around town. Kotor is home to the Cattoro of Kotor, a quirky cat museum full of cat paraphernalia and artwork.

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Beach Nearby
  • Walk to Village
  • Walk to Restaurant
  • <1hr to Airport
  • Watersports
  • Tennis Nearby
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages
  • Historical Sites

Onsite Facilities

  • DVD

Extras

At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to babysitters we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting/childcare services

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit €900 to be paid in cash upon arrival
Arrival time 5.00 p.m.
Departure time 10.00 a.m.
Energy costs included? Included in the rental price
Linen & towels included? Included in the rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Included in the rental price
Tax Included in the rental price
Changeover day Flexible
Minimum stay 7 nights
Internet access? Wi-Fi connection included
Pets welcome? Pets are not allowed
Smoking Allowed? Smoking & Vaping is not permitted inside the villa
Insurance It is recommended that all guests take out insurance to cover against potential cancellation and any accidental damage caused during your stay at the property.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period Weekly
Sep 26th 2021 - Sep 30th 2021 £4,805
Sep 30th 2021 - Oct 31st 2021 £4,119
Oct 31st 2021 - Mar 30th 2023 £3,432

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period Weekly
Sep 26th 2021 - Sep 30th 2021 €5,268
Sep 30th 2021 - Oct 31st 2021 €4,515
Oct 31st 2021 - Mar 30th 2023 €3,763

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period Weekly
Sep 26th 2021 - Sep 30th 2021 $6,174
Sep 30th 2021 - Oct 31st 2021 $5,292
Oct 31st 2021 - Mar 30th 2023 $4,410

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

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