Vegetation

Three vegetation belts have been created under the influence of such a climate: the first belt with permanently green vegetation (up to an altitude of 300 m) dominated by trees like the olive tree, the fig tree, the citrus (tangerines, oranges, lemons), almonds, kiwis.

The second belt consists of: chestnuts, pommegranates, vine and grains and the third belt is made of: pears, apples, plums etc. The coastal belt is decorated by pine trees, agaves, palm trees and other beautiful plants. Ulcinj is widely recognized on the tourist market for its huge areas of agricultural land, a clean and unpolluted environment that no industry or anything else has ever spoiled, being exploited by the hard-working residents, who produce ecological food. 

The Ulcinj agricultural products (water melons, tangerines, oranges, kiwis, figs, pommegranates, then greenpeppers and tomatoes) used to fill up the markets of the Yugoslav republics such as Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia. When these products are combined with various fish caught in the sea, the river Bojana or lake by the hands of industrious Ulcinj fishermen, as well as with the home-made brandy and wine, the Ulcinj cuisine is made recognizable through the hands of the skillful chefs with their domestic specialities to which nobody can stay indiferent, especially when served by experienced waiters.

Green Culture Fest

Third Green Culture Festival ( GCF ) will be held in Ulcinj from 10th to  12th of September.

Several hundred participants are expected to participate at this "  green economy " Fair. 

 

Attractions

Long Beach

There are hardly any tourists who have spent their holidays in Ulcinj without visiting the Ulcinj Long Beach. Thus, should you decide to spend your holiday on Velika Plazha,

you will certainly be charmed by the miles-long sandy beach which joins the crystal clean sea with a masterful painter’s line. 

Interesting

MIGUEL de SERVANTES

According to the legend in the end of the XVI century the well-known Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes was a slave in Ulcinj.

Some investigators recognized a woman from Ulcinj in his Dulcinea of Tobosa, the leading role in his novel.