“The part of the Adriatic Coast belonging to Montenegro
is the purest part of the Mediterranean”.

JACQUES COUSTEAU

“In terms of natural wonders, there is little in the southern
Mediterranean to rival Montenegro’s fjord. The part of the
Adriatic Coast belonging to Montenegro is the purest part of the Mediterranean”.

Financial Times

The most beautiful contact between the earth and sea took
place at the Montenegrin littoral

Lord Byron

Ada Bojana

is located at the southernmost point of the Montenegrin coast (18 km from Ulcinj), on a sandy island that is formed in 1852. because Bojana River caused flooding his mouth. Many people consider Ada Bojana nature reserve type of national park. It is a river island, and is located at the end of the Great Beach, where the Bojana River separates from it. The island was artificially created. After a big storm in mid-nineteenth century, a ship called 'Merito' was sunk. At that moment there were two small islands and river for years plied the sand that formed a unique island in the Adriatic, approximately 600 ha. It is characterized by mild Mediterranean climate with over 217 sunny days a year and a bathing season from April to November.

Many people consider Ada Bojana nature reserve type of national park. It has a triangular shape, the two sides by the river Bojana and a third on the Adriatic Sea which is facing the sandy beach 2880 m long, which can accommodate about 13,000 swimmers. It is a real paradise for windsurfing, sailing, water skiing, horseback riding on the beach, for Robinsons and those in love ...

Scattered along the coast Bojana are famous wooden houses "kalimere", from which the locals in a traditional way catch fish that you can immediately try in the seafood restaurants, also built in an attractive setting. Ada Bojana is island of subtropical and Mediterranean vegetation, and some plant and animal species are unique in Europe. Its dense and lush vegetation gives Ada the magic of the Amazon and along with unusual animal life is transformed into a special microecological space.