The town of Ulcinj is the southernmost coastal town of Montenegro, directly on the Adriatic Sea not far from the border with Albania. 75 percent of the population there already speak Albanian. The touristically well-developed town of Ulcinj is known for its oriental flair, numerous mosques, the old town, the harbour and for the longest sandy beach in Montenegro. Outside the town begins the "Copacabana of Montenegro", as the locals call it. This beach stretches for 13 kilometres to the Albanian border. It also includes the nudist area on the island of Ada and the mouth of the Bojana River. The beaches around the town of Ulcinj are famous for their beauty, diversity and healing properties. In the summer months, Ulcinj attracts entertainment and cultural events, music, film and international competitions. In terms of cuisine, the region around the town of Ulcinj offers many facets. Numerous bars and restaurants along the Copacabana in Ulcinj are also very popular with Albanian tourists.
On the coast in Montenegro, the climate is Mediterranean: summers are hot and dry, winters moderately cool with relatively heavy rainfall. Maximum summer temperatures reach an average of 25 to 30 degrees Celsius, while winter temperatures drop to a relatively mild 4 °C to 11 °C. Snow can be found on the Montenegrin coast. Snow is rare on the Montenegrin coast. The coastal strip is very narrow and bordered by steep mountains to the east. Cold downdrafts, bora, often blow here, mainly in autumn, but can also occur repeatedly during the rest of the year. For surfers, the region around Ulcinj is therefore a perfect holiday destination. The best time for mountain climbing, hiking or mountain biking in the hinterland of Montenegro is spring, summer and autumn. The ski season in Montenegro invites you to ski from December to April, only 50 kilometres from the coast.