The latest analysis of seawater done by the Institute for Marine Biology for the needs of Public Company Morsko Dobro, showed that the seawater on the Montenegrin coast is sanitary and qualitative for swimming and recreation. "The results of the analysis of seawater quality for 100 public baths, which the Institute for Marine Biology conducted in the period from 16 to 17 July showed the sea-water quality of K1 class at 98 bathing places, while two baths are of K2 class. These results confirm that the seawater on the Montenegrin beaches is of excellent quality, that is, it is sanitary correct and safe for bathing and recreation," said the Public Company.
On all 16 baths in the municipality of Ulcinj, the water was of excellent quality K1. Out of 13 locations in the municipality of Bar, where water quality was monitored, 12 of them were of excellent K1 quality, while in one location water was K2 quality.
A similar situation is in the municipality of Budva, where the water quality K1 is on 25 locations, while in one location the water is K2 quality. When it comes to the Bay of Kotor, in Tivat the water was of excellent quality at all 9 bathing areas, and the same situation was in Kotor, where the water quality is K1 class at all 15 sampling locations.
When it comes to water quality on Herceg Novi coast, the analyzes showed excellent quality K1 on all sampling locations, i.e. at a total of 21 beaches.
Text by Vuk Lajovic, on July 22nd, 2019, read more at Vijesti