The Ulcinj Riviera
Ulcinj is the southernmost town in Montenegro and separated from Albania by the Bojana River. It has several sandy beaches including the Great Beach, which at 13km is the longest on the Adriatic. At over 2000 years old, Ulcinj is a mixture of the orient and west, old and new. The old town has ramparts and towers while modern hotels line the beaches.
The coast of Ulcinj stretches from the Cape Stari Ulcinj until the estuary of the river Bojana into the Adriatic Sea, and it is nearly 33 kilometers long. It is decorated by some twenty bays in its rocky part, the peninsulas Marjan and Mendra; the Valdanos beach whose hinterland is called The Olive Bay, two sandy beaches, Large and Small and, as a special attraction, the nature reservation Ada Bojana.