Kotor beaches close to Kotor town centre are mostly rocky. The sandy beaches are found in Budva or Ulcinj. In Perast there are jetties along the shore where you can swim. There is a beach called Pirate Beach in Perast which is appropriate to spend time with small children. Budva has a 35 km long shore with 17 beaches. Budva is another nearby option for beaches. However the most popular destination is Ulcinj, which is famous with its sandy beaches.
The prices for sunbeds and umbrellas differ from 10 Euro to 120 Euro for a day depending on the beach and the season. Aman Sveti Stefan beach may cost 120 Euro. Most beaches providing sunbeds have cafes.
The Bay of Kotor beaches are open between May and October. Most visited months are July and August.
Morinj Beach: It’s a sandy-pebbly 1km long and 15 metre wide beach. It’s 23 km / 14.5 miles to Kotor.
Risan Beach: It’s a pebbly 1km long 10 metre wide beach. It is 18 km / 11 miles to Kotor.
Bajova Kula Beach: It’s a pebbly 60 metre long beach. It is 11 km / 7 miles to Kotor. It’s an ideal beach for picnics.
Orahovac Beach: It’s a pebbly 1km long beach. It’s 9 km / 5 miles to Kotor.
Marko’s Cape Beach: It’s a pebbly 1km long beach with a hotel for medical tourism. It is 7 km / 4 miles to Kotor.
Bigova Beach: It used to be a fishing port, now inhabited. It’s a rocky beach 14 km / 9 miles to Kotor.