Accessed through an arched doorway marked “Cold Drinks” in the seaward city walls, Buža comprises a terrace built into the rocks, shaded by a couple of towering palm trees and several big white parasols. Expect a dozen or so tables, absolutely stunning sea views, and pricey drinks served in plastic cups. The crowd is mainly tourists (it’s relatively expensive for locals), varying from young backpackers to couples all the way through to elderly cruise passengers (Buža appeals to everyone because of the amazing view and the utter simplicity of the bar). The soundtrack is mellow jazz around and after sunset.
- Frommer's Staff