The beaches in Montenegro, especially in the region Budva, are famous for its beauty and are very popular among the beach ehusiasts. Although the coastline here is very steep and rocky, there are some places where the nature has created some eye catching beauty. This is also true for the beach plaža Crvena Glavica, which is located near the famous village Sveti Stefan. The beach is easy to reach with any kind of vehicle. In the summertime, when you drive down the road to the beach, you need to trespass a camp before you reach the final parking place. The road to the parking is made partly of concrete partly of dirt and is sometimes narrow and steep. To get to the beach from the parking you need to take a small path some 20 meters in height difference. On the beach itself you have as a surface small pebbles, some rocks and also a concrete terrace. All together the beach is 100 m long and some 15 meters wide. The water entry is very nice and you have multiple options to get into the water and start swimming almost immediately. The beach is very organized, and you have some beach infrastructure available, as well as a restaurant directly on the beach. The closest accommodation is in the form of a camp or some apartments, nearby the road to the beach.