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Mogren Beaches

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The beaches around the cape of Mogren are some of the most attractive in Montenegro. They have sand, both on the beach and leading right down under the water, and catch pleasant, gentle winds and the right time of day, as well as having many more sunny days than not. The calm seas and soft breezes are protected from the rear by a pine and oak forest. And the Avala Hotel complex. The main two beaches hug the tip of the cape and are connected by a tunnel through the rocky cliffs.

Between then the beaches run for about 700 metres, but there's one section that's kind of private – it's for the 'risk takers', the divers who like to jump into the water from the cliffs above. They've gained quite a reputation for themselves for entertaining antics.

Written by  Lina Frost.

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