We travel on the southern coast of Montenegro. The road passes along the shore of the Adriatic Sea, at every turn there are beautiful views of the Budva and Bari Riviera. The first stop on the observation deck over the island of Sveti Stefan, then go to the city of Bar.
We visit the Old Bar, the place where the city of Bar existed until the 19th century. The old city suffered from the explosion of a powder warehouse and reached our days badly destroyed, but the ruins are very picturesque, they still discern the former glory. The bishop's house and the prince's palace are well preserved. The old city was famous for wealth and prosperity throughout its history. Each new government introduced something into the city and made it only stronger.
After a walk through the Old Bar we go to the city of Ulcinj. The city was founded by the ancient Greeks, then became the center of the slave trade and the pirate bay. In the Middle Ages, Serbian princes and Venetians ruled here, and in the 16th century, Ulcinj became part of the Ottoman Empire. Ulcinj is not at all like the rest of Montenegro. There are still many mosques and the Muslim population. This oriental city, cozy and colorful.
Next, go to the beach. Montenegro has very few sandy beaches, such is the nature. But there is a place where the sandy beach stretches for several kilometers. It is called so, the Big Beach or Velika plaza, and this place begins right behind Ulcinj. Here you can lazily fall on the sand or do kitesurfing. The beach is also convenient for kids, the entrance to the water is very smooth, the depth increases gradually, and under the feet is the smallest sand. The beach is huge and there is enough space for everyone, you can stay on an organized site with sun beds and a bar or on a deserted stretch of beach.
The beach ends with the most interesting island of Ada Bojana. This island is located in the delta of the river of the same name, where the river flows into the sea. On this beach, going to lovers of relaxation without swimsuits.
Also on the banks of the river Boyana there are more than a dozen fish restaurants that serve both sea and river fish.