Herceg Novi Riviera is 25km long, and includes peninsulas, small islands, beaches of different profiles and attractive resorts, with deep mountainous background and picturesque villages and settlements situated among the olive groves and other exotic Mediterranean vegetation.
Zanjic is situated in the Miriste valley, deeply pulled in the dry land of the Lustica peninsula, 3.8 miles away from Herceg Novi. It is surrounded by old olive groves and azure sea water. The beach is covered with white pebbles. It is 300 m long, 15m wide and its capacity is 1000 people. The background of Zanjic is the olive grove where you can find a shade, drink wine or enjoy the specialties of Lustica. Nearby, there are the Blue Cave and the Isle of Mamula with an old Austrian fortress. You can come to them by private boats or as a part of the tour organized by a travel agency. However, the Zanjic beach can be accessed both from the sea and dry land.
There is Miriste valley between Zanjic valley and Miriste cape. It is the most attractive location of Herceg Novi Riviera. The modern bathing beach called Masline has been built in the valley, as a combination of concrete and sand. The beach is separated from the dense olive forest in the shape of steps, and forms a unique harmony with the sea, the harmony which can be created only by nature. As a part of the bathing beach is a restaurant where you can taste the specialties of this place.
Rose is a fishing settlement with the unique architecture, sticked to the sea and leaning on a hill, at the very tip of the Lustica peninsula, facing Igalo. This is one of the most beautiful spots of the Riviera. It’s background is a forest with extraordinary samples of Mediterranean horticulture. The beach is rocky, and the sea is deep with sandy and rocky bottom which is a true challenge for divers and underwater fishing lovers. This place used to be a quarantine for the seamen from all over the world. Nowadays the successors of Portuguese and Spanish sailors can be met here. You can reach Rose both from the sea and dry land.
Igalo encompasses the coast line from the Sutorina river to the Galeb restaurant. This is a bathing beach and a promenade at the same time. A part of the beach is sandy, and the other one is concrete what provides pleasant bathing. For those who like bathing beaches that are part of the hotel, Igalo is an excellent choice. There are many restaurants and cafes which lure with the smell of fish specialties, the sound of good music and pleasant environment. As there are many gorgeous and well dressed girls a lot of people call this beach “the longest catwalk” on the Adriatic coast. The beach is 1500m long and its capacity is 3500 people.
Kumbor-Kamenari & others
This part of Herceg Novi Riviera is decorated with numerous small beaches, pontoons, and small quays with orange, tangerine and olive groves and other Mediterranean vegetation in their background. Almost all of these beaches are in private property, so if you happen to be here you can sunbathe and swim as if on your own beach. The length of this part of the coast is about 3100m, and its capacity is about 6000 people.