Old Town Budva
A recognisable attraction of the Old Town is the high wall, dating from the Middle Ages when Budva was under Venetian rule. In the earthquake of 1667, Budva was demolished and on the foundation of the old walls, the new ones were built. But they were once again damaged in the 1979 earthquake, after which the whole city was rebuilt.
Kosmac Fortress is located 800 meters above sea level on the same-named hill above the village of Brajici near Budva. It was built between 1841-1850 by the Austrians, and the location chosen for the construction of this impressive fortress, was important from a strategic point of view because it dominates the Budva Riviera.