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Kamenovo

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Kamenovo beach is one of the nicer public beaches near Montenegro town of Budva.

This 750m long sandy beach feature it all from decent restaurants and long sandy beach to secluded swimming spots.

Since it faces southeast it has a large number of hours of sunshine and nice sunsets.

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This panorama was taken in Montenegro, Europe

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