Several kilometers up the coast from Budva and south of Sveti Stefan lies Petrovac - one of the coast`s more laid back and stylish resorts. Yet unblemished by high-rise hotels, it retains a tranquil air absent from many of the other resorts along this particular stretch of coastline. The town's main beach is a magnificent crescent-shaped bay formed of a reddish gravelly sand and is backed by an attractive green tree lined promenade. Along the promenade, and particularly at the north end of the bay, you will find an abundance of bars, cafes and excellent seafood restaurants. Right on the top of the north bay, visitors will find the remains of a sixteenth-century Venetian fortress (Kastel Lastva) sheltering the tiniest of harbors.