You can uncover the secrets of the old olive tree by taking a fascinating tour of the open-air museum within the walls of the Old Bar. The most amazing architecture, which, unlike other similar cities, has escaped the fate of the influence of modernity, will allow you to plunge into the ups and downs of the turbulent history of the Balkan Peninsula.
A trip to the city of Ulcinj is no less interesting. The variegation of city blocks, the bustling din in the market squares, the high tops of white minarets – all this gives a unique oriental flavor to the southernmost city of Montenegro. A mixture of two cultures and religions is the main feature of Ulcinj.
After the narrow streets of the ancient fortress, we will visit the largest and at the same time the sunniest beach in Montenegro. The dark sand of the “Big Beach” spreads like the softest carpet under the feet of anyone who sets foot in his domain, for whom neither beginning nor end is visible. Our path to the south is blocked by the river Bojana, bordering with Albania, which, when it flows into the sea, forms a triangular-shaped island as a delta from two branches. Having made a trip on a fishing boat along the right arm, called Ada, I think you will not be able to deny yourself the pleasure of having lunch on the river terrace of one of the many fish restaurants.