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Ulcinj is the southernmost town of Montenegro, on the Adriatic Sea and on the border to Albania, where the Orient and the West meet. The majority (around 75%) of its inhabitants are of Albanian decent, the remainder are Montenegrins, Serbs and other former Yugoslavian nationalities. This provides a colourful society with several languages, although most speak both Albanian and Serb. Bathing beaches in the vicinity vary from fine, grey sandy strands several kilometres in length and small pebbled coves lined with shade-giving trees to tiny coves which can only be reached by boat. The Plaza za Zene is a women’s-only beach where men are not allowed. A nudist beach, also with fine, grey sand, is found on the island of Ada, 15 kilometres south of Ulcinj. In high season the town comes alive with dozens of cafes, bars and restaurants, many with live music. Dance and folklore events and disco evenings are also held in several hotels. The main markets held on Tuesdays and Fridays are full of atmosphere and definitely worth a visit. Ulcinj cuisine is varied but of course there are plenty of fish restaurants, several of which, although pricey, come highly recommended for their ambiance as well as their food. The mountainous hinterland of Ulcinj is also well worth exploring, for example the picturesque Skutari and Sasko lakes. The simplest way is by taxi.
Montenegro minaret
mosque church tower street
Ulcinj, old town Montenegro main beach
old town Montenegro
restaurant Adriatic sea
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