Montenegrin coast

Tourism Lifts Montenegro, but Unevenly
The government and private investors are benefiting from the Adriatic country’s blossoming tourist industry, but locals are facing pollution and traffic The drive south along Montenegro’s cobalt blue Adriatic coastline through the burgeoning resort town of Budva will surely be a pleasant affair one day, but at the moment it’s only slightly more enjoyable than Los Angeles gridlock. Traffic is stop-and-go over the short stretch of road through town; a cacophony of drilling, hammering, and laboring diesel engines harasses... Vazhdo

June 6, 2008  :: Shtypi / Mediji, Turizmi / Turizam :: Comments Off on Tourism Lifts Montenegro, but Unevenly
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Ulcinj is a coastal town and municipality in Montenegro
Ulcinj is a coastal town and municipality in Montenegro. The town of Ulcinj has a population of 10,828 (2003 census), and it is the centre of Ulcinj municipality. This southernmost municipality of Montenegro has a population of 20,290. The wider area of Ulcinj has been inhabited since the Bronze Age. Illyrian tombs (tumuli), found in the village of Zogaj, in the vicinity of Ulcinj, date back to the Bronze Age. The town is believed to be founded in the 5th century BC by Greek colonists from Colchis. The Colchian colonization is mentioned... Vazhdo