Beach in Becici/Boreti Montenegro
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Beach in Becici/Boreti Montenegro

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Long pebble beach in Becici,Montenegro(near Budva) offers fun to swimmers and non swimmers of all ages. Being less crowded than similar beaches in Budva it is nice place to come with small children.

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B: Restaurant 2 Hotel Mediteran

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