The oldest city in the Adriatic Sea (over 2000 years) Ulcinj is the southernmost city on the Montenegrin coast. The influence of the Orient and Western civilization has left a significant trace on this wonderful town.
Ulcinj is also known as the dangerous Pirate’s Nest (inhabited by pirates from Algeria, Tunisia and Malta) which are ravaging the middle of the seventeenth and early eighteenth century. Also, even today you can hear a story that the famous Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes was one of the imprisoned pirate captives and slaves in Ulcinj. Cervantes spent 5 years in Ulcinj, and on his return to Spain, he wrote his famous novel “Don Quixote”.
Today, Ulcinj is after all, one of the most beautiful places for tourists. His nature and the environment, provide an unforgettable vacation for all who visit. Valdanos bay, City beach, Long Beach, Ada Bojana, Old Town are just couple of MUST-VISIT places in Ulcinj.