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Murici

by Discover Montenegro
The village of Murici.

“The whole Montenegro was lying in front of us like on a relief map. The sun was playing quietly with waves of Boka, the surface of the Skadar lake was glittering there, and the blue Adriatic was fading on the horizon. In the wild luxury, the Albanian Alps and the coastal mountain Rumija were rising. The eyes were roaming through enduring series of mountain chains and valleys, while in the background, the snowy crests of the Durmitor and Komovi mountains were sending their last regards. Podgorica was ascending from the green valley. I could not take my eyes off that beautiful sight”

Murici, a picturesque place on the Skadarsko Jezero surrounded by intact unspoiled nature. The life itself is a natural habitat of many rare bird species like pelican, heron, cormorant, ducks, snipe, partridge and stork. For hunters and fisherman, it’s a real paradise.

The Murici beach is the biggest one at the Montenegrin part of the Skadarsko Jezero. It is situated beneath the village Donji Murici on the north-west coast of the lake. This sandy beach is 600 meter long and 7 meter wide, with a shallow sandy bottom that goes far into the lake. There is a well of clean and cold water at the very beach, and a dense forest of old oak and chestnut trees in its background.

Beste accommodation in Murici

  • B & B Skadar Lake Murici – B & B Skadar Lake Murici offers a garden. This 3-star bed and breakfast offers air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. The bed and breakfast has a terrace and a 24-hour front desk.
    At the bed and breakfast, each room includes a terrace with mountain views. All guests can use free Wi-Fi and some rooms have a balcony. All rooms have a wardrobe. A continental breakfast is served every morning at the property.
  • Location – Murici.
  • Facilities : Balcony, Garden, Terrace, Lake view, 24-Hour Front Desk, Secured parking, Beachfront, Sun loungers or beach chairs, Canoeing (surcharge).
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