According to the legend, Ada Bojana appeared on a place, where in the 17th or 18th century a ship called Merito wrecked during a storm. For years the rivers flow washed out the place of the shipwreck slowly making a sandbank and eventually an island. After many years the river divided the island into two parts.

Ada Bojana, Montenegro and Albania, foto: eutrophication&hypoxiaWikimedia

Ada Bojana is famous for its nudist sandy beach which was opened in 1973. Tourists can stay in a camping, bungalows and also in wooden houses along the river bank.

Maria:”The restaurant located on the river bank. The gentle wind blows from the West. The calming sound of the waves. The sun that magicly disappears into the sea. Fantastic atmosphere, lovely cuisine.”

The Bojana river, that starts from the Skadar lake, is well known for numerous wooden fish houses located on its bank. Fisherman catch fish in the traditional way for this region. Afterwards you can try the fish specialties in one of the restaurants on the rivers bank. You can also find various seafood delicacies.

The river Bojana, Montenegro, foto: Milan B., Wikipedia

Ada Bojana is a spectacular place due to the diversity of subtropical and mediterranean plants, some of which are unique for Europe. One has a feeling of being in the middle of a jungle due to the rich flora and the vivid and diverse fauna forms an exceptional microecological climate.

One other adventure that is not so well-known in Montenegro, but which you can enjoy with our agency is visiting the natural habitat of the pink flamingo. Real, pink flamingo in Montenegro!

The sandy beaches have very fine sand similar to milled flour. In the summer time the water becomes a little bit cooler due to the river flow, but that can’t ruin in any way your swimming in the shallow sea water with sandy ground. Kilometres of fine sand turning into long sandbars provide all the needed conditions for a wonderful rest in the clear sea water and the gentle wind Maestral quarantees a nice coolness in the summer heat.

Beach, Ada Bojana, Montenegro, foto: Mladifilozof, Wikimedia

Anyone who has visited Ada Bojana will assure you that it is ideal for sunbathing. Wide beaches, sand-dunes and a unique flora and fauna will guarantee the feeling of being on the other part of the planet, aspecially if you arrive from the flat of the country.

Dragan: “I can describe windsurfing at Ada with only one word – it is fantastic!”

Ada Bojana is a popular place for the windsurfing lovers.Don’t worry if you are just a begginer, there is a wonderful shool of windsurfing here. The winds provide perfect waves, which are as great for the begginers as well as for the experienced tourists. The begginers can hone their first steps in windsurfing on the flat surface of the pond. Within a week of training you will already surf on the shallow water and after one month you will have the ability to try yourself out on the open water!

There is a school of horse-riding opened on Ada Bojana from 1975.

The most beautiful time of the day at Ada Bojana is sunset – the sun looks like it dives straight into the sea and encolors the sky with bright magical colours. This is a magical place which you will fall in love with from first side.

Ada Bojana is appx one hour from Petrovac ( Ada Bojana is located within 30 min from the town of Bar). Enjoy the trip on our comfortable, air-conditioned car. We can also visit Ulcin on the way.

Ulcin is the most southern city of the Adriatic coast. According to the legend it was found in the 5th century BC. Due to its strategical position it has been the aim of Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Venetians, Turks, pirates and italians.

Panorama, Ulcinj, Montenegro, foto: Dudva, Wikimedia

The Old City is surrounded with cyclopean walls and it can be reached either from the North-Eastern side by land or by the sea.One of the most important historical places of value is the Slave square, where pirates used to have brought and sold their slaves. There is a legend that the famous Spanish writer and poet Miguel de Cervantes was held as a slave here for 5 years. It is believed that he wrote the major part of his book “Don Quixote” while he was in slavery and he named the heroine Dulcinia after the former name of Ulcin – Dulcinium.

The city museum is situated on the Slave square. It consists of three buildings. One of them is the 14th century mosque with many arheological relics: illyrian ceramics, catherdal columns and turkish headstones.The other building of the complex is Kula Balsicha ( 12th century) – here you can find some interesting artistic exhibitions, this is the place for secret prayer of the famous dissident and reformer Sabbatai Zevi. You can find an etnographic exhibition in the third building of the complex, with articles of fishing, hunting and national costumes. In the western part of the city you can find majestic buildings – the Balsicha palace – a former residence of the Montenegrian rulers and the Venice Palace – the sitting place of the city authorities.

Erica: “The city is a spectacular sight at both day and nightime”

The new part of Ulcin is aslo very interesting for sightseeing. First of all we recommend you to try the local sweets and also take a walk along the famous street with jewellery stores where one can find something very special and rare.

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