Rijeka Reževići is a small settlement in the Budva Municipality with a wild beach located between the Drobni Pijesak beach and Perazića Do. The Reževići river flows through the village, and on its mouth, where there once was the biggest gristmill in this area, is a perfect restaurant owned by the local painter Savo Pavlović. Savo prepares excellent squid which is served with the fresh vegetables and herbs from his garden.
"The traditional Paštrović-style architecture of Rijeka Reževići differs from the rest of Montenegro, favoring rows of terrace houses with stone walls, small windows, single-pitched roofs and ‘hog’s back’ curved terracotta tiles. This charming village offers some lovely examples, and although gentrification is evident, the focus has been on restoration rather than demolition."
-The Lonely Planet-
It was quite a secret place only a few years ago, but there have been several developments in the area that have made the beach approachable by foot.