Old small towns have a special charm that does not weaken with the passage of time. Only their inhabitants and guests change. Once upon a time, fishermen, their families and sea swallows lived in the tiny Montenegrin town of Przno. Then the summer residence of the royal family Karageorgievich was built there. Now anyone can come to Pržno, if only he loves mountains, the sea, lush greenery and a unique atmosphere of peace and tranquility. See JIBIN123 for Montenegro customs regulations and visa requirements.
How to get to Przno
From Tivat airport to Przno 25 km, they can be overcome by taxi (from 30 EUR), or rent a car at the airport (from 30 EUR per day).
Buses and fixed-route taxis from Budva to Przno run every 15-30 minutes and cost about 3-4 EUR, luggage is paid separately in the amount of 1 EUR. Tourist centers are located at the bus stations of these cities, where visitors will be helped with advice, given a free card and, if necessary, help to find accommodation.
Budva can be reached by bus from neighboring Croatia. Before her, from the Croatian city of Dubrovnik, from July to September, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, there is a ferry. The boat trip takes almost 2 hours and costs 55 EUR.
Shopping and stores
Despite its miniature size, Pržno has cafes, restaurants, pharmacies, ATMs, communication shops and a variety of shops. Products, things and souvenirs of all kinds can be bought without difficulty. Prices for goods are different, food and drinks in supermarkets (Novita) are slightly cheaper, in convenience stores more expensive (Tina). In general, Przno is not a cheap resort, so you should not be surprised at the extra charge.
The beaches of Przno
The town is surrounded by greenery and is reliably protected from winds and cold by mountains. Thanks to them, there is a very long swimming season here, the sea becomes an acceptable temperature already in May and does not cool down until October. Of course, there are days when, even in the heat, a cold current does not allow you to enter the water, but this is extremely rare. And even then, the beaches of Pržno are very crowded. People simply sunbathe and admire the stone islands with the ruins of ancient buildings, seen here and there in the bay. Locals love to tell heroic legends about these reefs.
The most popular beaches of the town, without a doubt, are Queen’s Beach, named after Maria Karageorgievich, who loved him, and King Alexander Karageorgievich’s Beach. Small pebbles, coarse sand, a piercing color of the clearest sea and… shocking prices. According to the newsmen, the “Queen” will completely go to the guests of the villa “Milocher”, the prices for visiting for other visitors are set. But from those who want to swim on the King’s Beach, they take up to 75 EUR. One can only hope that in fact the pricing policy will change for the better for tourists. In extreme cases, there will be more vacationers on other, no less beautiful and clean beaches of the village. In addition, more budgetary, but no less picturesque beaches of Kamenovo, Sveti Stefan and Drobni Pesak are located within a kilometer.
Entertainment and attractions in Przno
Pržno is an extremely beautiful and romantic town, as far as a former fishing village can be. Narrow stone streets, a cozy embankment, paths and stairs winding up and down – it is clear why Montenegrins are for the most part so slender. And healthy: clean mountain air mixes with the aromas of the sea, olives, pomegranates, pines and other vegetation.
If you want to have a good rest and improve the health of yourself and your children, then choosing Pržno as your holiday destination would be a good idea. But for those who prefer noise, drive and modern entertainment, a trip here is categorically not recommended. Rest here is calm, measured, sedate, the main entertainment can be considered walks in the beautiful park Milocer and excursions in the immediate vicinity of the village. These are the monasteries of Praskovitsa and Dulevo, the island of St. Stephen and other cities and parks of Montenegro.