The oldest church with the precise date of constructing in Budva is crunch of St. Maria’s. It’s placed in Old Town of Budva. This is a short Latin inscription in stone about the building of a church in 840.
The comparatively large Orthodox church of the Sveti Trojica is distinctive in architectural design. It is also in the middle of the citadel, in the group of ecclesiastical buildings.
Seven kilometers from Miločer towards Petrovac is monastery Reževići, near the Adriatic highway. It was named after a Pastrovsko tribe – Reževići. The exact time of establishment of this important religious center is not known with absolute certainty, we can not ascertain who were his patrons. It is difficult to determine whether it is the place where in the past was some ancient temple (according to one of the many legends Pastrovic).
Praskvica Monastery is a Serbian Orthodox monastery in Čelobrdo, a village in the Budva municipality in modern-day Montenegro. It was a spiritual and political center of the Paštrovići clan. The name of the monastery is taken from the peach-scented water of the nearby spring (praskva, diminutive praskvica, meaning a “peach”).
In the northeastern part of the field of Budva, on the right side of the road that leads to Podostrog, is the monastery Podmaine. There are no information when was it built but judging by it’s appearance can be assumed that it was a very long time ago.
The Old Town in Budva has many different tales and stories of its origin. Scholars and Historians believe it to be originally an island, which later joined the shore to form a sand isthmus. The Old Town, along with the city of Budva was said to have been discovered by a Greek sailor by the name of Boutoua.
Sveti Stefan, pronounced, now Aman Sveti Stefan including the Villa Miločer; is a small islet and hotel resort in Montenegro, approximately 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southeast of Budva.
The resort includes the islet of Sveti Stefan and part of the mainland, where the Villa Miločer part of the resort is located.