The Montenegrin town of Sutomore is located 11 kilometers from Petrovac and 31 kilometers from Budva, with a total population of about 2,000 people. During the summer, most of the city becomes a pedestrian zone. The main street, as in Budva, runs along the coast parallel to the highway. Sutomore is one of the most favorable destinations on the Montenegrin coast. The village is known for its beautiful sandy beaches over 2.5 km long. These beaches are suitable for swimming, diving, as well as for traditional beach activities. There is an opinion that the sand on the beach is healing. During the season, the beach will not suit lovers of a secluded vacation, because most tourists who come on vacation to Sutomore go there to swim. All the necessary infrastructure exists: deck chairs and parasols, changing rooms, showers, toilets, a large number of cafes and restaurants behind the beach, as well as parking for cars. The Coast Rescue Service is on duty for your safety.
The life of Sutomore is known for its large and beautifully landscaped promenade. There are a large number of cafes and restaurants where parties and live concerts are often organized. When it comes to entertainment, Sutomore is a leader in the environment and satisfies the tastes of all populations – from the youngest and teenagers to the slightly older generations. Most cafes are located on the terraces next to the beach. The most famous disco is Havana, and side by side with it is, when it comes to entertainment, the disco Fratelo and other clubs Teatro, Malibu, Mr. Brown, Puki … When it comes to restaurants, the Sirena Marta restaurant and the Galija tavern are in the lead. Sutomore is known for its large amusement park, and along the entire length of the promenade there are souvenir shops.
You can easily see the town of Sutomore from the Haj-Nehaj fortress. The fortress is located on the road to the village of Canj. More than five centuries ago, the Venetians founded the fortress, but 100 years later it belonged to the Turks, who gave it this name. The fortress used to be able to accommodate up to 900 people. Despite many years of Muslim domination in the area of the fortress, the fortifications of the foundations and walls of the church of St. Demetrius of the 13th century with two altars remained. From the road, the fortress looks like an impregnable fortress, but if you look closer, you will see paths that lead to the top.