Ulcinj is located in the southernmost part of the Adriatic seaside. The old part of the city sunk into the sea in a strong earthquake in 1444. Contemporary Old Town was built in 12th century, and it is surrounded by large walls on the edge of a sea cliff.
New Town is built in eastern style. For a long period of time, Ulcinj was a nest for pirates who horrified the merchant ships in the Adriatic and Mediterranean seas, until Suleiman Pasha defeated a fleet of Ulcinj’s pirates. There is a legend that says how enormous pirate’s wealth sunk at the sea bed near the city.
The city has the longest beach on the Adriatic coast – The Great Beach. It is 12,500 meters long. Ulcinj is both a city and a wharf. It was mentioned first by Pliny the Elder by the name Colhanium.
Skadar Lake – nthe biggest lake in the Balkans on which there are about 70 islands.
Površina Skadarskog jezera iznosi od 391 do 540 km², u zavisnosti od godišnjeg doba i padavina.
Biogradska gora – – Near the city Kolašin, national park Biogradska Gora is located. It is a part of the mountain Bjelasica, half of which is covered in woods (around 6425 acres).
Durmitor – jone of the earliest national parks, it was declared a park-reserve in 1952.
The biggest depression in Montenegro (898 meters) can be found here.
The canyon of the river Tara – it is 1300 meters high, which makes it one of the deepest canyons in Europe, and in the world. At 141 kilometer of the river, Tara merges with the river Piva, and together they form the zone of “The Great Canyons of Europe.“
Cetinje – At an altitude of 680 meters above sea level, at the brink of the mountain Lovćen, lays Cetinje. The first records of the city are found in 15th century, more precisely in the year 1440.
Podgorica – in 40 minutes you can get from Podgorica to the sea, as well as to the highest Montenegrin mountains.
Nikšić – developed as industrial city, as well as cultural, university and sports center. In its vicinity, there are monasteries Saint Luke and Ostrog, as well as the ski base.