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This historic coastal town is nestled along the picturesque shores of Montenegro’s Adriatic coast. With its interesting history, stunning bays and beaches, and vibrant culture, Ulcinj offers an ideal mix of relaxation and adventure.

Explore the fantastical historic Old Town, where the ancient stone buildings reflect the multicultural influences from various time periods, and let the narrow cobblestone streets transport you back in time. Walk up to the iconic Ulcinj Castle perched atop a cliff, for views looking out over the sparkling turquoise sea.

If you want to feel the sand between your toes, Ulcinj is surrounded by some of Montenegro’s most beautiful stretches of coastline. Head to Small Beach, a stone’s throw from the Old Town, or spend hours on the sandy shores of nearby Velika Plaza and the pristine beaches of Ada Bojana.

When the sun sets, immerse yourself in Ulcinj’s lively atmosphere, with bustling cafés, restaurants, and bars, all offering delicious local food and drinks. From sun-drenched beaches to curious cultural experiences, Ulcinj has something for everyone, making it a must-visit destination in Montenegro.

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Flights from London to Tivat take around three hours. The transfer time from Tivat airport to the centre of Ulcinj is around one hour and 40 minutes.
A 20-minute drive gets you to the vast golden sands of Velika Plaza, which has become a leading kitesurfing location of the Adriatic coastline. 
Montenegrin cuisine includes fresh seafood and slow-cooked meat dishes. Try njeguški pršut (smoked ham) and local wines at restaurants and cafes throughout Ulcinj.

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