Palas Hotel

The Palas Hotel combines stylish interiors with uninterrupted sea views. It’s surrounded by manicured gardens that feature orange and olive trees. Inside, the rooms are dressed in a palette of whites and warm browns. Plus, the modern bathrooms have walk-in rainfall showers.

The main pool has a mushroom-shaped fountain that kids love to splash in. There’s also a bar where you can grab drinks during the day. The indoor pool is kitted out with massage jets.

Breakfast includes all the ingredients to make a full English breakfast. At lunch and dinner, you can help yourself to a selection of local and international dishes.

Overview of Petrovac

Petrovac is an elegant seaside resort that’s just a short drive south from the lively and energetic Budva.

Home to beautiful beaches and sandy coves, Petrovac is a popular destination with people looking for relaxing holidays to Montenegro.

Days in Petrovac are often spent on the beautiful sands, where the sun always seems to shine. Holidays at the Palas Hotel don’t just have to be relaxing, though, as you also have the chance to explore the surrounding islands, bays and fortresses that make this destination truly special.

Things to do in Petrovac

The Palas Hotel is only a two-minute stroll from Petrovac Bay. On the front, you’ll see two tiny islands that go by the names of Katic and Sveta Nedilja. If you’d like to experience their charms, you can hire a boat.

Holidays in Petrovac are all about the beaches. There are three along its horseshoe-shaped bay and they’re all packed with water sports.

If you’re interested in exploring further afield, Budva is only a 25-minute journey away. A holiday spot for the rich and famous, you can tour the old town’s relics or enjoy a meal and watch the yachts bob in the harbour.

Experience the best of Montenegro with a stay in Petrovac. You’ll love every second of your stay in this peaceful town.

Resort Summary

Surrounded by olive groves, pine forests and soaring mountains, Petrovac is a tranquil town, nestled around a curved bay. The Romans first settled here almost two millennia ago, building roomy villas to occupy during the summer months. Then it was the turn of the Venetians, and there’s still a stunning Venetian fortress in the harbour. Climb up its crumbling steps for amazing ocean views.

These days, Petrovac is a popular seaside resort, although it never gets too crowded. Modern houses line the hillsides, while the harbour is surrounded by pretty stone villas with terracotta roofs. The picturesque waterfront promenade is decorated with colourful Mediterranean flowers and lined with restaurants offering delicious cuisine. Spend a few days here and you’ll feel yourself begin to relax.​