History of Sutomore
Sutomore was called Spizza in Venetian, when it was under the Republic of Venice from 1420 to 1797 and belonged to the Albania Veneta, except for short-lived Ottoman occupations. The Austrian census of 1910 reports that there were Venetian speaking families in Spizza in the twentieth century.
Tourism in Sutomore
It is famous for its 2 km long sandy beach. Low prices (if compared with its neighbor Budva), along with easy access via Belgrade – Bar railway, makes it a very popular budget destination and extremely crowded during summer months. It is a favorite spot for day trips for young people from Podgorica, as it is only half an hour away, either by train or by car.