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Aqua Park Hotel Mediteran
Montenegro

http://www.hotelmediteran.info

Hotel „Mediteran“ is located in attractive touristic place Bečići , 2 km from Budva and 5 km from St. Stefan. The distance from Bečići to the Tivat airport is 23 km, Podgorica airport 70 km, while the port and railway station are situated in Bar, 40 km away.

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Tags: montenegro; adriatic; budva; mediteran; hotel; becici; pool; spa; wellness; aqua; park; congress; center; crna gora; jadran; more; kongres; centar; bazen; restaurant; azzuro; beach; plaza; restoran
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