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Castle at Petrovac
Montenegro

Petrovac is small picturesque town along the Montenegrin seashore, only minutes from Budva. With mild mediteranean climate (almost 300 sunny days per annum), with beautiful logn beaches and small inlets Petrovac is a place that impresses its visitors and makes them retuning back - many foreigners bought a property in Petrovac not as an investment but as a lifelong resort to keep coming back.


Petrovac is full of olive trees, with very dense vegetation. Petrovac has very good geographic location, close to airports, close to the largest international port in Bar. You can reach Cetinje in about 1 hour.

As a turistic destination Petrovac has been discovered in the last century, but today Petrovac is totaly dedicated to its touristic future.

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On Petrovac Montenegro web site you will find newly updated property listings from Petrovac and whole Montenegro, Petrovac accommodation offers (rooms, apartments). Property and accommodation listings for Petrovac and Montenegro are pulled from the biggest and daily updated property database in Montenegro.

Petrovac Montenegro website is part of the largest network of web sites in Montenegro.

http://www.petrovacmontenegro.com/

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Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 17/07/2011
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: petrovac; na moru; sea; adriatic; jadran; jadransko; montenegro; crna gora; castle; cannon; vacation; travel; holiday
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