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Budva Riviera - Ploce Beach - April 2014
Montenegro

In 2 km (1.2 mi) from the beach Trsteno, is another attractive place for swimming - stony beach of Ploče. Beach, he took to the sea cape. Place the beach unique, high seas, he cape, rock, partly bulk schebenochnye descents into the sea. Amazing purity of water clarity which exceeds 35 m (115 ft). A cafe, restaurants, untouched nature. The quality of sea water are not comparable to other beaches. Wonderfully equipped, with great parking, excellent restaurant with beds and umbrellas against the sun. There are swimming pools for adults and children, large parking lots.

link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budva_Riviera

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