“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

Ulcinj

Ulcinj is the most southern city of the Montenegrin coast once famous and powerful pirate center with centuries old tradition. Ulcinj is characterized by mostly sunny days on the Adriatic, an average annual sunshine is 218 days.
Ulcinj has famous sights such as: Ada Bojana, Velika plaza, Kalimere, Sasko lake and beautiful Old Town of Ulcinj, where is situated the fortress, which is rich with unique natural stone walls that are in constant battle with the sea waves.

Ulcinj was founded in the V century b.c. by Greek colonists, in the II century b.c.was taken over by the Romans. Until medieval period Ulcinj was one of the pirate towns on the Adriatic, from 1423 it was under Venetian rule until 1571 when it was conquered by the Turks.
Exempt from the Turks in 1878 was annexed to Montenegro after decision on the Berlin Congress.