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>Ulcinj City<

If you want to spend your summer vacation in the bathing suits of Adam and Eve, the right address for you is Ulcinj, a town in the far south of the Montenegrin coast. The long beaches with fine sand, especially those at the mouth ofthe river Bojana, are the right place for the fresh touch of Mother Nature. There is certainly the place for passionate people, even if you are not that young any more. The Ulcinj sky revitalizes you and reminds you of your younger days in a magical way. “It was only here that we remembered how life is really beautiful”, claims the middle-aged German couple who spend all four seasons here. “We are married to Ada”, they say, miraculously rejuvenated for several decades.

Ulcinj extends along the sea in the shape of a drawn bow. It is actually the remains of the former Colhidium or Olcinium. You can discover its long and dramatic three millennium history. It is one of the oldest towns along the Adriatic coast. There are many traces of beautiful stone constructions. Only a few well-preserved ornaments remain to remind us of the luxurious gothic and renaissance period. And yet some of the buildings have survived like the Balsica-tower or the renaissance church-mosque, where the city museum is located. It is still the dominant oriental style today. Two gates, one from the sea and the other from the land, lead to this cultural treasure.

Velika plaza (Big beach), with sand as fine as flour, is 12 km long and extends as far as the eyes can see. Not very far from the river Bojana, the curious tourist will find Sasko. It teems with fish, and on its shores are the remains of the old town of Svac. Well-informed people claim that it is the most attractive and the biggest “ghost town” in the Adriatic region. If it is too hot on Ulcinj’s sand, then you can find shelter in one of the wooden huts on the banks of the river Bojana. You can see the ancient ways of fishing and taste the good fish specialties.

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