One of the perks of visiting Montenegro, and its coastal towns like Ulcinj in particular, is the proximity of its attractions and their accessibility as well.
The fact that you can embark on discovering thousand-year-old settlements, history, and tradition with such a short travel time makes this area of Mediterranean even more attractive to time-strapped visitors from all around the world.
On the far east of Montenegrin coast, surrounded by the never-ending sand beach on one side and the untamed, unspoiled wilderness on the other one, stands the town of Ulcinj.
The ancient town of Ulcinj had often been a place where the east and west collided through the course of its long, turbulent history. Due to its geopolitical position, mild Mediterranean climate, as well as the astounding nature, Ulcinj was a target of numerous conquerors who wanted to settle in this resplendent part of Europe.
Relax on one of Europe's longest beaches. Velika Plaza (which means Long Beach in Montenegrin) spans from the area of Port Milena in Ulcinj all the way to the Bojana River, which separates the beach from the island of Ada Bojana, described below. This makes it one of the longest beaches in Europe, extending over the 12 kilometers long, and is located within the Ulcinj municipality.
Step foot into a natural paradise. This peaceful triangle-shaped island, on the mouth of the river Bojana in the Adriatic sea, is well-known to be a Montenegrin island paradise.
Ada Bojana, the uninhabited pearl of the Montenegrin shore, consists of charming, rustic wooden fishermen booths available for renting and authentic and quirky restaurants and bars. It also has a large nudist beach resort with a campsite and beach as well.
Relax and enjoy the hippie vibes. The eccentric pub called Dom Kulture on Ada Bojana proudly presents alternative culture with its positive vibes and pure, bohemian energy. This is a not-to-miss spot when visiting Ulcinj, and it will leave you with plenty of memories and at least a couple of new friends.
Live music, a friendly atmosphere, a great choice of high quality craft beers and Montenegrin traditional rakijas, as well as campfire nights: these are only a couple of reasons to visit Dom Kulture!