The coastal town of Ulcinj is located in the municipality of the same name in the southernmost region of Montenegro. There are about 21,000 people in the municipality, about 11,000 of which live in the city. There have been settlements in the area since the Bronze Age. In fact, a number of Bronze Age Illyrian tombs were found in the nearby village of Zogaj. The current city was first founded as early as the 5th century B.C. but has also been influenced by Greek, Byzantine, and Ancient Roman occupations.
Today, Ulcinj is becoming a popular tourist destination because of its beaches. They have been called the most beautiful in all of Montenegro. From May to September, budget Ulcinj hotels may be difficult to find. However, EasyToBook.com will help you find the best deals on discount Ulcinj hotels no matter what time of year it is. The Plazha e Madhe is the longest beach on the coast. The Plazha Vogel is smaller but also very popular with tourists. The boardwalk area of the Korzo is where tourists and locals alike will spend their summer evenings strolling, people watching, and listening to music. Also visit the medieval Castle of Ulcinj for an interesting bit of architecture and a great view of the beach below.
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