According to information received from the Coastal Area Administration, 95% of the bathing water was of K1 class and 5% of K2 class. These data confirm that seawater in Montenegro meets all sanitary standards and is safe for bathing and rest.
Analysis of the quality of sea water was carried out by the Institute of Marine Biology on 19 and 20 July on 100 public beaches of the coast.
In Ulcinj on 16 beaches the water quality was of class K1. Of the 12 beaches of Bar, 11 have the quality of water of class K1, and on one was class K2.
A similar situation was in Budva. Out of 27 beaches at 26, the water quality was of class K1 and one had class K2, and in Tivat out of 9 beaches, the bathing water was of class K1 on 8 beaches and of class K2 on one beach. In Kotor at all 15 beaches the quality of sea water was of class K1, and in Herceg Novi on 19 beaches the water quality was of class K1 and on two beaches the water quality was of class K2.
The results of sanitary quality of sea water, as well as data on the temperature of the sea, air and salinity in each bathing place can be viewed through a special application, which is on the site www.morskodobro.com
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