In addition to a good service and beach safety, the Montenegrin coast also boasts quality seawater!
Results of the first water quality tests conducted in May 2018 have shown that seawater along the Montenegrin coast is of exceptional quality. Subsequent tests have been conducted in 15-day intervals and will be conducted until October.
The 2018 program envisages monitoring of seawater quality at 100 locations in total along the coast, namely in the following municipalities: Budva, Tivat, Kotor, and Herceg Novi.
Information about seawater is available to all Montenegrins and tourists concerned through an app they can download from www.morskodobro.com.
Respecting High Standards
Seawater quality, a good service, safe beaches, and high standards of environmental protection have resulted in 30 Blue Flags being awarded to Montenegrin beaches in this seasons. Bathing spots with a Blue Flag include, among others, Stevuzo in Herceg Novi, Almara beach, Plavi horizont and Kalardovo in Tivat, Blue Beach, Escallera, Poseidon, Time out, Dolcevita, Sveti Toma, Queen of Montenegro and Lučice in Budva, Centar and Paradiso in Bar, Toni gril, Miami, Evropa beach, Mojito, Safari and Copacabana in Ulcinj.