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THE LITTORAL
THE LITTORAL
THE LITTORAL

ABOUT LITTORAL IN MONTENEGRO

THE LITTORAL IN MONTENEGRO

For all those who yearn for sun, sea, and beaches this is part of Montenegro to come to. From Platamuni Points just north of Budva to Bojana River, which forms, the border with Albania, you will find views across the open sea, mild climate, olive groves, and all other things one associates with the Mediterranean. Most of the Littoral (Primorje) is a narrow strip of land between the sea and the steeply descending mountains with just a few small plains, the largest of which have now been taken by the cities of Budva and Bar. Other towns are passed into the sea, with new hotels, villas, and apartments and their back and old villages draped on the mountainside above them. Once the rural part of the Littoral was important as the urban one, but today most of the inhabitants have moved to the urbanized coast. Furthermore, the towns of the Littoral receive a steady influx of people from all of Montenegro due to the good possibility of finding work and a favorable climate. 

m DSC 3240 001All of these novelties and the orientation of the regions towards tourism have drastically changed the region's appearance and the places untouched by commercial developments are becoming rarer. The beauties of this area have drowned attention from people throughout the ages. The oldest cities- Budva and Ulcinj- were founded already by the Ancient Greeks as trading outposts with the inland tribes. Roman presence left a mark much deeper than the few ruins and mosaics remaining to this day: after the downfall of their Empire and the barbaric invasions, the Roman population withdrew to the fortified maritime towns keeping their Latin language and close ties to Italy. During the course of centuries, the population was slavized and Roman Catholicism gave way to Orthodox Christianity. The Latin and Catholic legacies have survived due to the rule of the Venetian Republic which ruled a lion’s share of this region from the mid 15th century. 

m DSC 2912 001The towns of Ulcinj and Bar were taken by the Turks in 1571 and changed their character completely, which is evident to this day, but Budva and its environs are in the grasp of the Venetians. Montenegrins liberated bar and Ulcinj in 1878 winning access to the sea for their small principality, while the rest on the Littoral was joined with Montenegro in 1918 when Yugoslavia was formed. The northernmost town in the region is Budva, the undisputed capital of Montenegrin tourism. On the elegant stone streets of its walled old town and in its fine restaurants one will find tourists throughout the year. The Budva Riviera around the town is a series of large and small beaches served by a multitude of hotels and apartments-to-let. The first one is Bečići with its long beach and many top-class hotels and surrounded by 2km of sandy beaches. 

m DSC 6091 001Close by is Petrovac, a smaller and much calmer city than Budva, but equally nice in terms of nature and tourist commodities. Further to the south is Bar, the largest city of Littoral. The modern part of the city is centered around its large harbor and shipyard. However, nearby is its historical predecessor, The Old Bar (Stari Bar), with its fascinating ruins of the medieval town amidst its strong walls. The strip of coast south of Bar (Dobre Vode) equals in beauty the one of Budva but lacks the picturesque small towns except for summer houses and auto camps. Ulcinj differs from the rest of the Littoral as the only town with an ethnic Albanian majority and a strong oriental character. This is reflected both in its mosques of trading, small coffee houses, and kebab restaurants.

m DSC 8917 001On the top of the hills in Ulcinj opens a coastal plain with many villages still focused on agriculture. The coast forms into a single 13 km long beach, deservedly called the Great Beach (Velika plaža). At its southern and lies Ada Bojana, an unusual feature. This is a river island at a confluence of the Bojana River and the Adriatic Sea. Used to be a nudist-only resort but nowadays is also known for the excellent fish restaurants and apartments lining the banks of the river Bojana. The Adriatic Highway (Jadranska magistrala) runs the full length of the region following along the coastline. Smaller roads branch off from it leading on one side to numerous coves and beaches, and on the other to the monasteries and rarely visited villages imbued with peace of the olden times.

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