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The coast-line of Ulcinj is 32.70km long, spreading out from Stari Ulcinj Cape to the mouth of the Bojana river into the Adriatic Sea. There are 18 inlets in the cliff part, the peninsulas Marjan and Mandra, Valdanos Beach, two sandy beaches-Great Beach and Small Beach.

A special attraction is a natural reservation Ada Bojana on this part of the coast. The Great and Small Beaches, Ada Bojana, Valdanos and the beaches along the pine forest are distinctive for its beauty, size and environment.

The Ulcinj Beaches are very sunny with a lot of subtropical vegetation. Owing to the configuration of the beach, Ulcinj Riviera has great possibilities for organising sports on the beach and water.

The Valdanos Beach

The Valdanos Beach together with its background is a true olive reservation. It is covered with big pebbles as well as the sea bottom and in a mild semicircle it is pulled into the land. There is a tourist settlement of bungalows surrounded by olive trees, as well as a restaurant in its background. There is also a campsite but not a very big one. The beach is 400m long, and on its endings there are cliffs, distributed like vines what is a dream of every fisherman, diver and a researcher of sea depths. The sea is clean, dark green. The inlet winds are convenient for sailing.

Small City Beach

This is a city beach with a sandy strand. The sand is fine, of high quality and the sea bottom is sandy too, because of what the color of the water is dark green-blue. This beach is distinctive for the shallow bottom which goes far into the sea. That’s why it is very convenient for children. The Small Beach is 360m long and its capacity is 2500 people. At the very end of the beach, beneath the Old Town, the walls of which as if emerging directly from the sea, is a small Ulcinj port (360m) with well managed pier. In its background there are restaurants, beer bars, cafes, and towards the inside is the town Ulcin-the most south spot of the Montenegrin coast-line. Ulcinj is built in sea-oriental style.

Along the pine forest, between the hotels Galeb and Albatros, is a succession of small natural and hotel beaches: Skalic, Birici, Ludvig’s beach, Zenska beach…Further, there are pebbly and rocky beaches for those who want mysterious and quiet spot in a perfect natural environment: Maslinjak, Opaljice, Dzemina Beach, Ljana, Crnogorsko guvno. In front of these beaches there are terrains convenient for underwater fishing.

Woman’s Beach

Along the pine forest, between the hotels Galeb and Albatros, is a succession of small natural and hotel beaches: Skalic, Birici, Ludvig’s beach, Zenska beach…Further, there are pebbly and rocky beaches for those who want mysterious and quiet spot in a perfect natural environment: Maslinjak, Opaljice, Dzemina Beach, Ljana, Crnogorsko guvno. In front of these beaches there are terrains convenient for underwater fishing.

Long Beach

It is a natural phenomenon of beauty and abundance. It is 5km away from Ulcinj, 13km long, 60m wide, so the locals call it “Kopakabana of Ulcinj”. It spreads out from Djerane Cape to Ada Bojana. It is covered with the finest sand (the diameter of a grain is 0.1-5mm) and it is estimated that its capacity is 15000 people. The quality of the sand is such that is has medicinal features. It is rich with minerals, it is good for those suffering from rheumatism and other illnesses. The Great Beach is distinctive for a long shallow belt of sea water.

A 100m away from the sea there is a hotel complex with terrains for tennis,football, baseball, volleyball, handball… in the background of the Great Beach. It is rich with subtropical, Mediterranean and decorating plants. Beneath the Djeran Cape, at the very beginning of the Great Beach there is a marine Porto Milena, deeply pulled in the dry land. There are numerous wooden keels built for fishing in a traditional way, called “kalimera” by the locals.

Various sport equipment can be rented at the beach. You can sail, surf, water ski, play football or volleyball on the sand, or just recreate.

Ada Bojana Beach

Many people consider Ada Bojana to be a natural reservation of national park type. This is a river isle, at the very end of Great Beach, at the spot where the river Bojana gets separated from the beach. The isle is a triangle, with the Bojana River from two sides and the Adriatic Sea from the third one. This side is a sandy beach, 2880m long, with the capacity of 13000 people. The beach and the sea bottom are covered with fine sand. There are parasols made of reeds and rods on the beach. Ada is the most beautiful in sunset-when the incredible dance of colours starts creating a unique picture of the sea, sand and the sky. It is a heaven for windsurfing, sailing, water-skiing, beach riding, for all the adventurers and lovers…

The beaches that are pounded by Bojana river are famous for wooden houses, from where the local people fish in a traditional and specific way. You can taste the fish in the restaurants which are also built in an attractive environment. There are a lot of subtropical and Mediterranean vegetation, and some plant species are unique in Europe.


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