Savills | Residential Complex, Becici, Budva Riviera, Montenegro, 85316 | New homes for sale
42 sq m
Guide price €117,600 -​ €390,999(฿4,280,221 -​ ฿14,230,970)

Residential ComplexBecici, Budva Riviera, Montenegro, 85316


    Key features

    • 400 metres away from the beach
    • All apartments are either sea-facing or have mountain views
    • Year-round seafood restaurant, Palma, 150 metres away
    • Rafailovici is 1 km away, with many nice cafes and restaurants
    • Budva Old Town is 3.5 km away
    • Modern fittings and recently renovated

    A beautiful residential complex situated in Budva, one of the oldest cities in Montenegro - the perfect getaway or second home to soak-up the Mediterranean lifestyle and relax.

    About this property

    • The apartments are situated near to the Queen of Montenegro hotel in Becici, on the Budva Riviera. It is a quiet area near one of the widest beaches in Montenegro. All apartments have high quality features: Spanish ceramics, natural wood parquet, complete bathrooms, air conditioning in every room. There are large, spacious balconies in many of the apartments with either amazing sea or mountain views. The building also has two elevators. There are studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and also penthouses that have their own elevator with access from the parking lot directly to the apartments. Garage spaces are sold separately.

    Local information

    • The Budva Riviera is anchored by one of the Adriatic's oldest settlements. Today, the historic, walled-in Old Town is enveloped by a modern coastal community and offers every amenity such as charming fishing villages, deserted coves and UNESCO World Heritage sites, to the lakes, national parks and ski resorts of Montenegro's equally stunning interior landscape.
    • Legend says that Budva was founded by Cadmus, one of the three sons of the Phoenician king, Agenor.
    • Budva's rich Greek and Roman history is well-preserved at the town's Municipal Museum, and influences from Greece, Rome, Serbian countries, the Byzantine Empire, the Venetian Republic and the Austro-Hungarian Empire can be seen throughout the town. Lined with boutiques, bars, cafes and restaurants and rife with seasonal events and festivals, Budva enjoys a well-deserved reputation as the country's liveliest resort town.
    • The newest parts of Budva are littered with fabulous pebbled beaches, luxurious hotels, beautiful villas, renowned restaurants serving fish and local cuisine, gorgeous Mediterranean vegetation, services and shops, craftworks, exclusive boutiques, perfumeries, souvenir shops, nightclubs by the sea and many other tourist attractions. In close proximity to the two international airports and fronted by a harbour with a full service marina, Budva is easily accessible and ideally located.