Ulcinj is located in the southern region of Montenegro, it boarders with Adriatic Sea, Skadar Lake, Republic of Albania and city of Bar. Being very rich in history and culture, it is one of the most well developed multi-cultural city in Balkans. Its origin dates back from Illyrians, followed by Hellenic, Roman and lastly Ottoman Empire which have mostly influenced the history of this city through years. Today, Ulcinj represents the soul of Adriatic and Mediterranean culture, inhabited by 20 00 people, mostly specialized in hospitality, tourism and agriculture.
Once being the city of pirates, olive trees and 365 churches, today represents the perfect place where to get inspired and fulfill the relaxing stay. Inside the old city, where he was kept in captivity, Miguel de Cervantes was inspired to write his well-known novel, “Don Quixote.”