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Beach Becici
Montenegro

Floating pier at beach in Becici, Montenegro

Located in front of Hotels Splendid and Mediteran, this jetty is used to launch jet-ski and para-sails.

Becici beach is one of the longest continuous beaches on Budva riviera.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2012
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